I had decided to play Greer on Christmas morning if the weather held out. Christmas Eve was pretty wet but it was supposed to clear off for Christmas. It was still damp out on Christmas morning and slightly foggy, so I decided to give it a shot. As I approached Greer from Greenville the fog grew thicker and thicker. Even though it was hazardous to drive my truck, I figured that since I am such a short thrower that I would have no trouble following my throws to their conclusions. I stepped up to the first tee and let a sidearm fly. I saw it level out and begin to make its break as it disappeared into the fog. I followed its logical path and went straight to it. By the 5th hole the fog was lifting and by the middle of the back nine the sun was shining brightly.
I was throwing pretty well for me. I was -1 on the front nine and +5 on the back. I had birdies on 7 and 9 with bogeys on 3, 10, 12, 14, 15, and 18. I missed an easy par putt on 18 and hit the basket with long putts/short approaches on 3, 10, and 15. Overall my tee shots were good and my putting has improved a lot.
As I returned to Greenville and drove back into the fog. The fog was heavier at home when I returned than when I left. I also found a putter on the course with a partial name and number, so I left him a voice mail hope to hear back from him. If not, I will add an Omega putter to my collection and eventually will pass it on to a newbie.