I took the afternoon off today and met my friend and colleague Sandy Schenck for a round of golf at Old Landing Golf Course.
It was a hot afternoon, but there was a steady breeze to cool us off as well as drifting almost-thunder-heads to cut the sun's heat. Old Landing is also well shaded with trees, so we were fairly comfortable.
The course was in tolerable shape, though the greens had just been sprayed with some sort of pesticide with a strong green hue. It caused grubs to flee to the surface where the local crows were having a feeding frenzy. The grubs themselves, and the holes dug by the crows looking for more, made putting a bit of a challenge on some of the greens.
I started poorly, but settled down somewhat over the first nine and finished with a nice par 3 on the 9th hole for a total of 54.
The second nine holes were a bit better. I scored another par on the 15th and managed a 51 to finish the round at 105.
I find it interesting that I've carded my personal best in two games in a row now.
Sandy played well, he broke 100 with a 99; it included an impressive birdie on the 15th.