If you couldn't play golf,what would you be doing?

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I'm limited to what I could be doing be cause of my physical health, maybe try to work in a pro shop or something,I would still try to remain around the game.

Lou G


My other passion - music.    Bust out the Taylor GS Mini or Fender Telecaster guitars and pick a little bit. 

 

Remember that golf, guitars and gunnery have a similar thing: deliver ordnance on target (golf ball, musical notes, 5"54 HE VT-frag or 20 mm DU CIWS rounds).  Go figure - I am a retired U.S. Navy Chief Firecontrolman.

 

Andy Y


Continue to stay involved in the game of golf in some way shape or form. When I'm not golfing I'm fishing. So I would fall back on fishing. Honestly no one could ever tell me I couldn't play golf. I would find a way.

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Barry O


If I couldn't swing a club any more, I'd go crazy....... Working at the proshop as I do now would help to keep me sane a little bit, but if I had to choose a second hobby it would be fishing! My pro and I try to go fishing together as much as he can find time for. Spring is on the way, I hope. 4" of the white stuff still on the ground here in South Central NY so my sanity is in question, LOL.....

Jake O


I would play football and try to go to a college and get my degree

richard p


hang in there buddy. golfing is around the corner. there is more fishing to do to.     it will warm up next month.

Christian J


My life would be over.. haha no, just kidding.  I love the outdoors, so I'd probably be fishing, hunting or riding my four wheeler.  I also like to build stuff, so I'd be doing some carpentry/woodworking stuff.  

Francisco B


Lou G

My other passion - music.    Bust out the Taylor GS Mini or Fender Telecaster guitars and pick a little bit. 

 

Remember that golf, guitars and gunnery have a similar thing: deliver ordnance on target (golf ball, musical notes, 5"54 HE VT-frag or 20 mm DU CIWS rounds).  Go figure - I am a retired U.S. Navy Chief Firecontrolman.

 

Rock on!!!! I totally agree

Duane J


I think I would try to work in the pro shop and on my days off I would fish.

Lou G


Francisco B

Lou G

My other passion - music.    Bust out the Taylor GS Mini or Fender Telecaster guitars and pick a little bit. 

 

Remember that golf, guitars and gunnery have a similar thing: deliver ordnance on target (golf ball, musical notes, 5"54 HE VT-frag or 20 mm DU CIWS rounds).  Go figure - I am a retired U.S. Navy Chief Firecontrolman.

 

Rock on!!!! I totally agree

And if I really want to go bonkers, run the Tele through my Taurus overdrive and Capricorn Rock Distortion (www.celestialeffects.com) and do some "in your face" shredding (including use of the vibrato tailpiece I recently outfitted to it).  Maybe the mood may dictate Surf music, blooz or whatever.

Eric B


I was a bowler before I pick up golf, Try to qualified for three professional tournament on the west coast. Was a lot of fun then.
Eric B.
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Justinu3


Take up Mini Golf!  :-)  

Connor I.


That is cool Lou! I occasionally pull out my traditional Les Paul.

Lou G


Connor I.

That is cool Lou! I occasionally pull out my traditional Les Paul.

I had a Gretsch Nashville Jr.   Sold that, put a B5 Bigsby on the Tele and got the Taylor with the ES Go pickup.  Bigsbys definitely beat the floating bridge on a Strat and stay in tune better.  I had a MIM Strat for a year before getting the Tele - used to have to keep an inline tuner at gigs.

David B


Honestly, I would probably have to cut the grass more often.  I have a long list of honey do's, and I would lose my weekly excuse for putting them off!  Or I would put all of my energy into making my children (2 year old and a 1 month old) great golfers so I could live through there successes.  Neither of these sound like my preferred situation.  Maybe I would volunteer for some of the USGA events.  Who am I kidding I have two small kids, I already can't play golf, so my life would probably not change.  I would keep reading TT and deciding what club to replace in my bag next.