Sunday, September 20, 2009

An Island View Yahoo!

Having over 55 miles one-way to commute to my job has its challenges. Case in point: Now that road construction has come to one segment, my commute has increased from one hour to, at times, nearly an hour and a half. That's up to three hours of window time a day.

Given this, I'm lucky enough to work from home every Friday, and many Wednesdays. It does wonders for my productivity - both at work, and at home.

One of the benefits of this is that some days when I work from home I'm able to get the first tee time off at Island View. If I use a cart and am first off, I can get a round completed in about an hour and a half, and be back in my home office by 8:00.

Since the days are getting shorter, I'm no longer able to do this for the remainder of the season, but I was able to get out last Friday for one last pre-work round. And this, ladies and gentlemen, is the result:
This marks my best score, ever. I'm an 18 handicap, and this was a real treat.

The numbers blow my score allow me to track my performance with regard to breaking 90 - a goal I have every round. Usually that number is in the plus range, and sometimes way up there.

It was a nice way to cap my best year of golf, ever, and hopefully something of which I can take advantage of next year.

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