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It's Golfer's Day - how appropriate for a Sunday.

Posted Apr 10th, 2016 in Sports and Recreation

It's Golfer's Day - how appropriate for a Sunday.

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Today is Golfer's Day - how appropriate for a Sunday - albeit a little cold today. 

by Debi Katsmar | PRowl Communications

Everyday we find interesting tidbits to talk about. Today, grab your sibling (Sibling Day) and head out for a round of golf (Golfer's Day), and don't forget a safety pin (Safety Pin) day, just in case it is needed. 

Today, we thought we would write a little more about golf - mainly because we saw a very funny Robin Williams video on the topic earlier in the week. The video was shared by a friend and the owner of Turf Net Sports Supplies on Hwy 20 in Fonthill. We're not sure which golf courses are open today with it being a little chilly outside. However, Turf Net is definitely open for indoor golf on one of two simulators - choose your favourite golf course in the world to play. Or, try your stroke in the batting cage so to speak.. Any way, here is the Robin Williams Video -- it is quite funny: 

So, there are a few theories about where golf came from. Some believe from the Scottish word 'goulf' (to strike or cuff), others believe from the Dutch - a stick or a club is 'kolf'. There even a few acronyms - but I won't get in to those.... 

Today is for celebrating the golfer - we bet you know a few.. 

So, if nothing else, send them this video - they will get a chuckle...

Debi KatsmarDebi Katsmar is a Niagara Ambassador, always helping and sharing information with everyone she meets. She is the owner of PRowl Communications and has been sharing Niagara news, events and information through Connecting Niagara's social sites since 2011. On March 31st, this website was launched to bring even more to the Niagara community. 

PRowl Communications | Debi Katsmar | @prowlmarketing @connectniagara @debisentyou

Golf image from photo by: montse teixidó abella

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    ~ Dan M.


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