The golf course behind my house, which has not been in operation the past couple years after its owners went bankrupt, has been purchased! Hopefully by next season golfers will once again tee up here. When a golf course doesn’t get constant maintenance, it deteriorates quickly (as my photos from last year show; see them here) and it takes considerable effort to restore the fairways and greens. As I type this, I’m looking out my sliding-glass doors onto the 14th fairway. It looks like a normal lawn. That’s not how a fairway is supposed to look!
The upside, if there is one, is that I haven’t had a single broken window in the two seasons the course has been shut down. I’ve had a few broken by wicked slices over the years.
This fence is inside the golf course, and I shot it last year on a Minolta AF-Sv, which is a surprisingly capable point-and-shoot camera.
Last updated on 19 March 2020 by Jim Grey