Have you ever been so out-of-your-mind-excited that you made a bad decision? Or did something stupid?
Sometimes the best moments and worst decisions go hand-in-hand.
Every summer I visit Melbourne Beach, FL to spend time with my family. This trip, at the last minute, my mom and I entered a Fourth of July golf tournament. It was the first time we’ve played together in ten years.
Wearing borrowed clothes, my running shoes, and armed with my new lucky pink glove, I joined my mom and her friends at the shotgun start. Our team made birdie on the first hole. It wasn’t a pretty birdie, but we felt good.
The next hole was a Par 3, 145 yards uphill to the pin positioned on the back of the green. I pulled out my mom’s 5 iron and walked up to the tee box. When the club face struck the ball, I knew I had hit it well. [Read more…]