Monthly Archives: June 2018

Walking on a Course

A young man walks on a golf course and sees a flag blowing in the wind; an old Superintendent walks on a course and hears a choir singing in the breeze. (6/30/18) Advertisements

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Strength

One Superintendent feeds on the weakness of others; another nourishes from his own strength.  (6/29/18)  

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Dangerous Refuge

One Superintendent views nature as a place of danger; another treats it as a place of refuge. (6/28/18)

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Silent Words

A young Superintendent hears a ‘never’ and schemes to present a logical argument; an experienced one hears an ‘always’ and searches for words of encouragement. (6/27/18)      

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Goals

A young Superintendent tries to change the way greenkeepers act, while an old one aims to change the way people think; I say it again, a young Superintendent tries to control the way greenkeepers act, while an old one aims … Continue reading

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Missing

An expensive mower without a gas gauge is like a pricey golf course without an 18th hole. (6/26/18)      

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Thinking

Thinking a lot is different than overthinking. (6/24/18)  

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