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Save me please from the crazy golf marshal My golf game’s back

Save me please from the crazy golf marshal My golf game’s back

Have you ever noticed how a person handed a little bit of authority will abuse it? In an ironic twist of fate, some of the people with those sort of traits I’ve run into over the years have been golf marshals patrolling the same grounds on which I’ve come to experience some peace and quiet. They are either of the snowbird variety or the people who have lived here all their lives but have recently retired. Their former co-workers are probably thinking, “Thank God he’s gone.”

How are these athletic events supposed to work?

How are these athletic events supposed to work?

At a time like this, when cities across the country are up in flames, people who love sports would typically use athletic competition as an outlet for their collective depression, either as a participant in some church softball league, or as a couch potato tuning into the boob tube to watch a pro or college event. Now, though, even that has been taken from us, courtesy of COVID-19, or has it? Time will tell.

Brady rips pants playing golf

Brady rips pants playing golf

The misery tied to COVID-19 may actually change the way sports fans look at professional million-dollar players. Fans may really start to think, amid the misery now being felt around the world, why are we paying so much to watch adults play a kid’s game, with so many of them raking in multi-million-dollar paychecks? I know the unemployed fans are going to feel that way.

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