The humidity here in Puerto Rico is about 4,000,000%. I don’t normally sweat much, but today was so bad my Sumi-G belt is hanging out to dry. There’s a whole other dimension to playing golf in high humidity which I’m not exposed to much, living in a mountain desert. It took a while to adjust. I tried to keep myself hydrated, but I must have failed or just the brightness all day got me. My right eyeball feels like Joe Pesci has it in a vice and is slowly tightening it more and more.
I’d love to post a bunch about today’s round on the East Course here at Dorado Beach, and also the quick nine on the front of the West Course. Unfortunately my body is telling me to shut down. However, I have loaded a TON of photos to the East and West Course Dorado Beach HOG Galleries so check ‘em out.
I’m going to try to hit the East course for a few holes in the morning tomorrow before my flight home. Then on the plane I’ll do some commentary on the rounds today, the place, the people etc. Hope to post Sunday if possible.