Oh, Thursday, you bedeviler . Yep, it’s martini time again. I often go months without a martini and now here I am hitting them twice in the same week. If blame must be placed, I lay it on Vito. Well, maybe only for the first night. Tonight’s probably a little Grey Goose and a little me – or should that be the other way around?
Right right right. Blogging about golf. That’s what I’m here to do. Better I don’t get started about my perfectly timed American Idol TiVo experience last night and the confessional that goes with it. Oops. Maybe I need a blog to ramble about off topic stuff. I must have laughed for 5 minutes straight over the debacle, but I have to get to the golf connection!
Speaking of off topic golf blogging – but golf blogging nonetheless
There’s a strange cat on the golf blogging scene and his “name” is Speedcat Hollydale. This nonpareil golf blogger doesn’t always stay on our favorite topic, but he has a clear golf obsession which I dig. Plus, a lot of the time he’s blogging about chicks. Oddly enough, his post subjects are truly fowl and not necessarily the baby version. But hey, which came first – the chick or the golf chick? So what if he has what one might call an unnatural attraction to chickens? He’s an avid golfer, writes funny stuff, digs chicks, and writes about golf. Sometimes.
He even branched off and started a golf-only blog (or two), and while I’m not sure if all his golf posts are located there, I still get a kick out of his all-encompassing site. To my nerdy and somewhat linear eye, his site baffles my senses with all its colors and images, so admittedly I haven’t read a lot of what’s there. But I understand blog readers have a lot to digest and tend to “skip to the nut” and/or get a lot of content through feeds or feed readers. If you like variant content in your golf blogs, you will probably be pleased with Speedycat (or is that Speedcat – I still don’t know). The guy writes entertaining stuff whether it’s on or off the topic of golf. To my knowledge, he has yet to write about the culmination of his golf and chick obsessions. But his [golf] blogging career is relatively young… stay tuned.
I honestly can’t remember how I found this cat, but I think Hollydale might be the town or county he’s from. I like to think that speedycat or speedcat (seriously- which is it?) has to do with how quickly he can play a round of golf. But perhaps it’s none of my business.
*Note – Speedycat is not actually a southpaw, and the image above is from his own site.