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One of the reasons we decided to retire in Southern California was so we could play golf year round. But once we got here, we ended up playing tennis 5-8 times a week, leaving little time for golf. Now, neither one is available. 


Many others are in the same boat. While the act of actually playing golf is probably relatively risk free, getting a pencil, a score card, a cart, paying, picking up a stray ball, going to the toilet, picking up the flagstick could be problematic. Meanwhile, we can still enjoy the memory of golf. And what better way to do that than with a few Hi-Golf-Kus? Feel free to add your own in the comments section. 

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You live on the edge,

Fall instead! You’ll be safer

Off that fearful ledge.

brown and white snake

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Putt: Why do you go

In, around, and out?  Afraid

Snakes may live below?



Driver, you drive me

Nuts! I swing you straight. And yet…

You go your own way.

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Bunkers: small, sandy.

Beneath grains lies mud, concrete, 

Netting, rock, Surprise!

four rock formation

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Golf rules are many;

Bound by one Great Principle: 

If you could, you can’t! 

icra iflas piled book

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A rose is a rose

Is a rose. But grass? Grass grows


cattail plant

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The price of golf? High.

Enjoyment of golf? Iffy.

Addiction? Certain.


Golf advice is free! 

Given — two stroke penalty! 

Taken — two strokes, too!

woman playing golf

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New white ball glows bright!

Hides in grass just like it’s night.

Burrows out of sight. 

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Cheating’s not rare; yet — 

Only Trump claims wins when he

Didn’t even play.



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