Make a health history for your kids.
What to love about Copper Point Golf Course? Everything.
We love surprises in my family. My friend Ruth and I drove up to surprise Bridget and Lily at the Wakesurfing Competition in Arizona.
Gerald McManus became Gerald Patrick Merlin O’Shea after he was put up for adoption by his mother, Mary McManus, in 1931, and adopted by the O’Sheas.
On Wednesday morning we had a tee time at The Wilderness Club where we’d play the Sir Nick Faldo designed course and met the Director of Golf, Adam Long.
We spent Tuesday night at The Wilderness Club in Eueka, Montana and I just can’t say enough about the beds there. Here’s what I learned…by Maureen O’Shea.
There’s nothing worse than a scorching-hot golf car seat – except a freezing cold one. Here’s sewing instructions to make a golf car seat cover of your own.
I surffer from positional vertigo, and as we saw with PGA Tour player Jason Day, vertigo can be agony. Here’s how I get rid of it, even on the golf course.
I had been making golf car seat covers for many years before I wrote the post Make Your Own Golf Car Seat Cover on July 27, 2015. I gave them to my friends as gifts and one time I made one for a friend of mine to give to her favorite golfing couple. Since July 2015 I have written 278 posts. Since that time every year, except 2015, this post Make Your Own Golf Car Seat Cover, has been the most popular.
The list below shows the most popular post by year and views.
- Positional Vertigo and Golf Views 721
- 1956 and the Rider Train to Edmonton Views 563
- Day 2 – Eau Claire Wisconsin Views 522
- Make Your Own Golf Car Seat Cover Views 505
- Make Your Own Golf Car Seat Cover Views 2703
- Make Your Own Golf Car Seat Cover Views 3646
- Make Your Own Golf Car Seat Cover Views 3768
- Make Your Own Golf Car Seat Cover Views 3482
- 2020 to December 17
- Make Your Own Golf Car Seat Cover Views 4525
- The largest number for one month was July of this year with 622 views.
- The total views since July 2015 to date is 18427
You can see this post has been very popular and I would be most interested if my viewers would tell me if they have made a golf car seat cover as per my instructions. How many have you made? Have you changed anything? Have you made any as gifts? I would love to hear from YOU.
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A couple of my favorite seat covers
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2020 has been a tough year for everyone with the Covid-19 pandemic.
A trip to BC’s Columbia Valley last week for golf began with a visit to The Ridge at Copper Point followed by beautiful Eagle Ranch…