Saturday, 11 June 2016

Golf is not my cup of tea.

11th June 2016

In 2013 golf course was built in my city. Golf is becoming more and more popular here. It seems a lot of people love playing it. Honestly I don't like this sport maybe because I don't know rules.

In the afternoon I was walking with my dog between golf courses. Today it was not crowded because weather was cloudy and it is going to rain. But tomorrow it is going to be sunny so golfers will come here.

The first flag on the board represents Silesia. 




Have a nice Sunday

16 comments:

  1. Golfing rules are not too hard. Patience and steady eye/hand
    co-ordination is imperative and re-place divots.
    I loved to play golf when young but I was never very good,
    now with my busted back it is out of the question - COMPLETELY!
    But I do watch the 4 Majors on TV.
    Cheers
    Colin

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    1. colin I think I should try one day

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  2. Interesting that your city did not have a golf course until 2013! Just about every small town around here has at least one. I don't golf myself. It doesn't look very exciting to me (I'd rather play chess :D).

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    1. Bethany it is not typically european sport but it is very popular in Great britain

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  3. I've never played golf either although we have 3 or 4 golf courses within a couple of miles of our home. Swimming was my sport when young.

    Diana

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    1. I think golf is a sport which does not require a lot of stamina and strength

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  4. Don't care for golf myself. Tasmania has the oldest golf course at Bothwell in Australia.
    I'm amazed that golf is relatively new in your area.

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    1. Margaret it is a fashion aftter 1990s when we have become an independent country and join to European Union.

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  5. We have many golf courses here. We consider golf to be an expensive game.

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    1. Nancy it is not cheap but co,pare to sjkiing it is really cheaper

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  6. Watch out for those flying balls when walking near the golf course, there may be people like me playing ie useless!!! I would love to love golf, but it is such a frustrating game, I feel golf takes time, something I don't have much off!
    Wren x

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    1. My dear friend there is a warning there watch out for flying balls. So you are definitely right

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  7. American author Mark Twain once said, "Golf is a good walk spoiled".

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    1. Andrew, I totally agree with him most golfers are in midlle age or they are sennior citizens

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  8. I've never been much of a fan of golf either. But some golf courses are really beautiful for walking.

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    1. mitchell our golf course is great located and what is interesting it was built by American company. Neat the golf course was built a new housing estate which look lovely

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