A Whole Day's Instruction
I've just signed off the latest issue, not just the magazine but also this year's Women & Golf Traveller - a 48-page holiday guide - it's made me want to book a holiday myself!
As I've been exceptionally busy, I haven't had much time to play golf, although in mid September, whilst I didn't play golf, I was on the course all day at The Bedfordshire Golf Club for an instruction shoot with Sam Head. We started at 8am and worked through until late afternoon, covering all sorts of subject to fill the magazine over forthcoming issues, along with videos. Fortunately we were blessed with good weather, in fact this shoot had been postponed since August. Yes, you wouldn't believe it, given all the hot weather we'd had, then it decided to rain for the first time in as many weeks - typical... As you can imagine, when an instruction shoot is approaching I become slightly obsessed with the weather forecast, checking it hourly!
Thanks to Sam and our photographer, Paul Severn (pictured below), we always have fun, even if sometimes it can be really frustrating when it becomes a bit stop and start when we have to let golfers through.
I cannot help but mention the Ryder Cup - what an amazing event, I'm envious of anyone that made the trip to Paris. I'm playing a mini Ryder Cup match tomorrow - it's part of the Team Naga Munchetty versus Team Clive Woodward challenge at Batchworth Park Golf Club. Team Naga is still lagging behind Team Clive slightly, but it's not over yet and there's still time for us to catch up. I'll let you know the result in my next blog.
Early night for me then!