Ray Bangs has been ga-ga over golf ever since that first lesson at the age of nine. Seven years later, he had a chance for the course record on his hometown nine-hole track in northern Wisconsin, but now looks back with a laugh as he recalls how he blew it on the first tee. "It think the first hole was named Mulligan Madness, and fittingly, for my opening drive, I overswung and faded the ball into the swamp. I was young and a little too ambitious, so I tried to play it instead of taking a stroke and dropping. Well, that was a double-par snowman, but I had seven birdies and a par for the rest of the nine. Two solid seven irons and two putts on that first hole would have put me one better than the course record 30." Such is golf...
As much of the country is getting hit hard with blustery blizzards and finger-freezing cold, I am happy to report that Arizona's prime golf season is rolling into the full swing of things.
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