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At the driving range

We're talking sports on Mommy Moments this week. When I dug my archives I found something that serves two purposes: a flashback entry and a reminder that I just don't have a sporty bone in my body. This was during my married days, when I would go along with the then hubster as he played golf. Yummy food and boredom were main motivators in my involvement, not the playing.

This was Top Golf Driving Range 9 years ago, before it became a 'licensee of World Golf Systems UK, making it the first in Asia and the third in the world to use microchip embedded in the core of premium golf balls accurately reporting its distance, location and score instantly to personal bay monitors.' (source)

The range is part of Piyarom Sports Club where Thailand's foremost tennis player, Paradorn Srichaphan sometimes plays. I recognized Paradorn when he beat Andre Agassi in 2002
~ Visit Alicia @ More Than Words for more flashbacks ~


Joops said…
Whoa so you are a golfer eh? Golf is good but a stressful sport to play hehehe..

Would you like to see how I look like 29 years ago, come and see!
chubskulit said…
Aha magkadugtong ang mommy moments saka FPF hehehe.. ganda naman, you look like a pro sis hahaha.. Paturo naman ako one day..

I am sharing my early twenties
Alicia said…
I always wanted to try golf!!

That's a great picture of you!
Hazel said…
Joops, not at all :-) But I agree golf is stressful. On the wallet, lol!

ah, grabe naman yang pro sis hahahah.... halika't dalawa tayong mag 10 inches away =)

Alicia, no time huh? :-) maybe when the kids are all grown then
Thom said…
I like the food part of this the best. I'd drive the cart around with the beer in it LOL. Have a great weekend :)
wow, you're a golfer...yah I guess, I wanted to try it if I have a chance.
Hazel said…
Oh Thom, me too hahahah... I drove the cart because the caddies were females and I noticed something funny LOL!

Unfailing Love, nahhhh... try it, you'll probably like it :)
Anya said…
Its the first time I see you sports
I don't like golf
Its so boring.
I must have a sport where I really get tired of.

I run almost every day and then for my age hahaha ...
Next year I'm 50 :(
Then I go to gym for 50 plus.
Erin said…
Glad to hear I'm not the only one without the sports gene...Good food is much more of a draw to me.
You look like such a pro!
Ebie said…
apil unya ko ani, kung maabot na si Zee next week kay dad on niya akong mga old pics.

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