Now that the regular season has come to an end, with four majors, all standing out for their own reasons, we get to one of my favourite events, the Ryder Cup. Shame it is only held once every two years, but this only helps with the excitement leading in.
Ever watched one of those funny video clips with golfers and wonder how the hell did they do that? You know the ones, standing on the edge of a water hazard about to hit the ball then the player falls in. Thinking how did they do that?
An open day was being held at one of The Melbourne Sandbelts highly rated courses, Metropolitan Golf Club. When ever an opportunity arises to play Top 100 golf courses in the Sandbelt, I jump at the chance.
Another opportunity arose to play at Terrey Hills Golf and Country Club, so I didn't hesitate to join. This Top 100 Golf club is set in the hills on the outskirts of the city, the course can prove to be quite challenging.
Aiming to complete all the Western Australian courses in one last trip, it was straight to Araluen Golf Resort after an early morning flight from Melbourne. I was hitting the course after a cold snap had hit the west coast so it was extremely nippy.