“Golfers will play golf; it’s just a matter of where and how many times.”
As PGA sponsorships falter nationally, Travelers checks into Fairfield County.
Weather wreaks havoc with area golf courses.
Forget those golf tips about keeping your elbow stiff and your weight forward, the real tip is the Rondout Golf Club has tee times aplenty.
Al Morales is in the business of organizing sports events – for corporations, that is.
On a good day at the D. Fairchild Wheeler Golf Course in Fairfield – actually two courses and 36 holes – 400 golfers will play 18.
If the longstanding mood behind high country club hedges was one of confidence, even self-satisfaction, the current economic climate has altered the equation like the report of a shotgun start.
It is the time-tested, gallows humor of a recession – getting laid off at least leaves spare time for some extra rounds of golf.