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$1 million hole in one, down the street from HOG world headquarters

Written by: Tony Korologos | Wednesday, September 23rd, 2009
Categories: HackersMiscellaneous

I’ve seen this video floating around for a couple of days but I never watched it.  I finally did and realized that it was shot at a course about 30 minutes from HOG world headquarters!  The announcer, and host of this celebrity tournament is Mark Eaton.  I’ve met Mark a couple of times on the golf course.  He’s the 7 foot 4 inch tall former center for the Utah Jazz NBA team.

Reflection Bay Las Vegas Photos

Written by: Tony Korologos | Sunday, September 20th, 2009
Categories: Golf CoursesTravel

FYI amongst my golf photo gallery of nearly 11,000 images, I have a photo gallery from my round at the Jack Nicklaus designed Reflection Bay.

This is a very cool course with many water and desert hazards.  There are some very scenic shots.

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To visit the whole gallery of of over 100 photos, click here or on the photo above.

Las Vegas travel guide

Automated Post: Canyonlands National Park

Written by: Tony Korologos | Sunday, September 20th, 2009
Categories: LifeMiscellaneous

This is a pre-published post. I’m currently in the red rock desert of southern Utah camping and hiking. Today I’m at Canyonlands National Park. Here’s a photo of one of my last trips to Canyonlands below. See me on the cliff?

Automated Post: Arches National Park

Written by: Tony Korologos | Saturday, September 19th, 2009
Categories: LifeMiscellaneous

This is an automated post. The PGA Tour is off this weekend and so am I!

I’m currently camping and hiking in Arches National Park, my favorite place on this planet. I’m off the grid. No computer. No cell phone. Here’s a picture from one of my last visits to Arches below. I may be in this same place right now!

Sometimes you have to let it go

Written by: Tony Korologos | Tuesday, September 15th, 2009
Categories: HackersLife

Today I played my Tuesday league with my friend Bryant from the previous post. He and I both didn’t have much of our games today. My swing was MIA and every shot was causing me pain in my golfer’s elbow. The farther off center my shots are, the more they hurt. My shots were very off so I was in quite a bit of pain mentally and physically.

We both decided by the back nine that we’d forget about our scores and just have fun. So I started trying to drive all the par-4’s and doing other odd things. I was 40 yards short of the green on #11 and used my putter. I made par!

By the 17th hole something finally clicked. I found my swing, which was missing for 16 holes. I three putted for par on the 17th, and made par on the very tough 470 yard par-4 we finished on…

Moral to the story, don’t fight it too much. Let it go. It will come back eventually.

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