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Swinging start of the weekend


Not the same as "Swingers' start of the weekend", but enjoy it anyway.



comments (18)

  • Beth
  • United States
  • 17 Feb 2017, 01:25
My hubby would definitely enjoy that beautiful course.
Louis: He should. It is the course at Sun City where the $1 million competition is played, at the beginning of December, every year. The winner takes home $1m
even the water is green...
Louis: ... but doesn't need to be mow smile
  • Ray
  • Thailand
  • 17 Feb 2017, 01:38
Louis: That is not me playing, Ray.
Bit of a waters obstacle here Louis.
Louis: Magnetic water in my experience, gutteridge.
Ahh, spoiling a good walk...smile
Louis: My brothers never believed me, Frank.
  • Martine
  • France
  • 17 Feb 2017, 03:32
Maintenant, il faut récupérer la balle dans l'eau.
Louis: Personne ne me croit, quand je leur ai dit, ils doivent être capables de nager, pour jouer au golf.
smile Very good, Louis!
Louis: Thank you Elizabeth.
  • Lisl
  • Bath, England
  • 17 Feb 2017, 06:22
I could tell by the selective thumbnail that he was golfing, Louis
Louis: Bending his back in sunshine smile A reasonable conclusion, Lisl.
Indeed so, Louis. HA! You, too.
Louis: Thank you, Ginnie. I will do my best.
  • Philine
  • Germany
  • 17 Feb 2017, 07:22
Ook een heel mooie weekeind voor jou!
Louis: Dankjewel, o globetrotter smile De woord "globetrotter" is echte moderne nederlands ...
  • Chris
  • England
  • 17 Feb 2017, 07:22
I wonder how many balls are in that water?
Louis: Many, I am sure, Chris.
  • Kay
  • United States
  • 17 Feb 2017, 07:29
Love the caption, Louis! I hope you have a great weekend.
Louis: Thank you Kay, glad to have you around, again.
I just know I would fire the ball straight into the water. Enjoy your weekend and avoid any obstacles
Louis: It is that kind of self knowledge that keep people like you and I from golfing, Bill. I would rather stick to cameras - best way to make the weekend enjoyable.
  • Astrid
  • Netherlands
  • 17 Feb 2017, 08:05
I wonder about the same thing Chris is wondering.... but then, I 'have nothing with golf'....
Wonderful picture and I do understand it is a 'challenge' to get that ball in the 'hole'..
Louis: I can promise that there are many balls in the water, Astrid. The more challenged a person is, the more the person will be challenged by golf. So I stick to my cameras.
I like the crane across the way and other birds on the rocks that I do not recognize other than they might be geese.
Louis: The birds on the rocks are African sacred ibis, also known as chimney sweeps, locally. The brownish bird on the fairway is a hadeda ibis. They are all the size of large ducks.
If the first obstacle is getting the ball over the water then I'm on a loser for a start, good shot though photographically.
Louis: In my younger years, I played some golf and was always amazed by the magnetic qualities of water, Brian.
i'd love to be doing that today Louis... good timing you captured the ball in the air...

we play snow golf with a five iron and a tennis ball at winter festivals up north...

they put up 9 holes and paint the snow around the pin to show the green/whitegrin
it's just a hoot....petersmile
Louis: Just what a hibernating golfer would think up - snow golf. Thank you, peter.
That's a very offputting hole! I played one like that several times at the Univ. of Maryland course - lost a number of balls in the process!
Louis: In my younger years, I played some golf and was always amazed by the magnetic qualities of water, Tom.

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