The weather of late has been gradually improving. Temperatures reaching the high 70’s and the winds low ~ less than 10MPH. Ideal golfing weather and with ‘The Masters’ this week, it makes life Buzz………..
All I need now is a positive telephone call from a special place, to top it off……….
What a lovely day – the weather is starting to change for the better – Must be in anticipation of
What a Very True Statement by Kris
I have incorporated a small but significant addition to my golf bag this week -
The Littlest Golfer logo.
It is a pleasure to be associated with such a Company.
My P1-A visa has been approved.
The P1-A visa is for Internationally Recognised Athletes.
Individual Athletes Eligibility Criteria
You must be coming to the United States to participate in individual event, competition or performance in which you are internationally recognized with a high level of achievement; evidenced by a degree of skill and recognition substantially above that ordinarily encountered so that the achievement is renowned, leading or well known in more than one country. The Littlest Golfer Inc. (Sponsor)
This will allow me to continue to work as part of the USPGA, allowing me to compete at local and national events from sectional up to and including the major tours when eligible. The visa is granted for 5 years and can be renewed for another 5 if required.
The Littlest Golfer makes resort-quality golf apparel, accessories, toys, books and equipment for infants and children—the fastest growing segment in golf. The company’s golfing turtle mascots, Putter and Sandy, invite young children to explore the world. The Littlest Golfer’s educational books are designed to give children the tools they need to succeed in golf and life. Although the company made its national debut at the 2010 PGA Merchandise Show, The Littlest Golfer has already been featured by style editors at every major golf publication including Golf Magazine, Golf Digest, Golfweek,Golf Business Magazine, Golf and Leisure Magazine, The Apparel Wire, PGA Magazine and Arnold Palmer’s Kingdom Magazine. The Littlest Golfer has also been featured on numerous TV and radio shows, including Speaking of Golf, Where To Play Golf, Goldie Bounce Golf and Tee It Up radio programs and Michigan Golf Live and SD Golf TV.
Living and working in the USA does have it’s benefits but working up in the Mountains of North Carolina -
“Sometimes it just seems like home”.
Snow fall on the golf course in the morning but gone by lunch time is the only difference to the North East of England.
It sometimes takes several weeks for the snow to melt away back home. I certainly have 4 seasons here whilst back home it appears that they all merge into one.
What can be guaranteed here in NC – give it a few weeks and the big yellow orb will be glowing once again and the temperatures will rise ~
“Back home ~ That could be a different story”.