Carolina Valdez on Hole in One

Filed under: Guest Posts Jun 14, 2017

Have I played this game? You bet! And I loved sharing it with you in this story, which was written for a collection of gay stories with a sports theme.

Golf was my dad’s only hobby. Although not a professional, he was a scratch golfer, meaning he could hit a tee shot 250 yards and be on the green in two. It’s a pity he never had much time to play. When I was in high school, he managed the food concessions at a San Diego country club, where one of the top women golfers in the US practiced. Over dinner I’d listen to him rave about her skills. We attended the same school, but she was two years ahead of me, so I knew of her, but she didn’t know I existed. I regret I never got to see her compete.

With that connection, I’ll never know why it didn’t occur to Daddy to teach me to play. I finally learned the game years later in a community college course, and my first set of clubs bore woman golfer’s name. I’ve haven’t played with my father, but I understand why he loved this sport. It has painted my life with fun and relaxation, bringing hours of pleasure as my very athletic husband and I travel up and down both coasts, hitting little white balls across lush green courses in the fresh, open air.

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