tikay wrote:I really want to learn to play golf...it seems like a great thing to do with your clutch of best buddies. I used to think it was moronic but that is just because I thought that only wealthy people played it and I was against it on those grounds. Plus I just loved other sports too much to consider it and goodness it is really boring to watch if you know nothing about it.
I am going to go try it soon.
I didn't grow up playing golf. It wasn't in my family. None of my relatives played. My husband introduced me to golf. His first pair of golf shoes were used golf shoes and the ugliest old fashioned golf shoes you've ever seen. But he didn't care what anybody thought because he was determined to learn golf. He started learning golf in his late 40's. He has become an excellent golfer. As a matter of fact, he is going to retire teaching golf. I have become a good golfer as well. Of course, we practiced alot. Nearly everyday we went to the golf course. I recommend golf for anybody any age, if they enjoy being outside.