Somewhere Over the Rainbow...


There's nothing like a beautiful rainbow at the end of hard day of golf. The courses we played on the RTJ trail were just gorgeous! I'll be showing you more of them and Birmingham this week.


My golf scores were okay considering that I didn't know the course at all. I still didn't make that elusive hole-in-one, but I had a couple of chip-ins which were great. The courses were all in great shape as well with really fast greens. Although my body feels like it was run over by a golf cart, I'm still looking forward to more golf this weekend. That's the problem - the game is so addictive!

8 comments:

Jacob said...

You could be "addicted" to many worse things. Great shot. As I've said, I'm a wee bit jealous that you get to play these wonderful courses...keep writing about them and I'll have to get the old clubs out, dust them off, and go ball hunting in the woods like I used to do!

Olivier said...

superbe on dirait une bulle, magnifique cet arc en ciel

Halcyon said...

Jacob - if your "woods" are still made of wood, I'd suggest buying new clubs! :)

Seriously - there was a lady in a golf class I took once who brought some old antiquey things to use. She had real wooden woods! I'd keep those for the museum!!!

Per Stromsjo said...

Jacob is right, this has got to be one of the healthier addictions available in this earthly life of ours. And I do like your title for today, it always tends to lift my spirit.

Vogon Poet said...

Everybody has already written wverything I wanted to say! I approve unconditionally and, on my own, add this: nice rainbow!

D said...

Hey! I looked for this rainbow all weekend. Everytime it stopped raining BRIEFLY and the sun peeked out, I was looking. Glad you found it!

Jim said...

Wonderful looking rainbow, maybe you will get that hole in one this weekend.

Hilda said...

Golf and a rainbow? Your weekend sounds like it was fantastic! :)