Rethinking the scramble
Yesterday, I played an interesting round of golf at a club owned by American Golf called Oakhurst Country Club south of Columbus. Two of the guys I played with hadn’t been on a golf course for two years, and neither of them wanted a competitive, grinding round. They asked if I would mind playing a scramble.
I felt odd about it, but I agreed. I have to say that it was enjoyable. We played fast and never from a bad spot. The two who hadn’t played much were at ease and actually performed better than any of us thought they would.
Some of the other golfers on the course thought we were crazy, I’m sure, but that embarrassment wasn’t too degrading. After the round, over a few drinks, they raved about how much fun they’d had - so I guess that evened out the day.
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