One of favorite hobbies is golf. Anytime I am vacationing, I seriously try to golf. The Kohanaiki Beach golf course was lovely! Visiting my friend in La Quinta, California, we golfed at the La Quinta Country Club. Love my home state and it’s beautiful sunshine! From now on, I will try and blog about where I (we) golf when we are on vacation or out of town. I feel like I’ve been just about everywhere!
Why do I love it so much? It requires concentration and skill; it has a fantastic, sophisticated social aspect to it, and I love that you can be competitive and play for fun at the same time or at separate times. I just love that my friends play with me, my boyfriend plays with me, and you could play with anyone! Plus…I love that golf courses host different events that support particular causes. If someone wanted to raise money for awareness or for a cause/cure, golf is a great sport to help with that. ANOTHER great reason: networking. Businesses meet other businesses, employees meet (potential) clients, employers meet potential employees, etc. These days, it’s all about who you know. Those of you who’ve been around the “job block” a time or two understand what I mean. If you’re brand new to the world of careers, this is just a snippet of why you may not be getting a job. Get to know people! If you play this universal sport with others of importance, you never know where it could lead you.
So, here goes! I’ve been golfing at La Quinta Country Club with one of my close friends. The course is lovely and is surrounded by mature trees that tell of its richness and intensity. I have loved golfing here. I love that it was a part of the PGA tour and is known as one of the most beautiful courses. I also love that they hosted their annual Folds of Honor Charity Golf Tournament.
“In the month of March La Quinta Country Club hosts an annual charity event, Patriot Day at La Quinta Country Club, benefiting the Folds of Honor Foundation. This foundation provides financial opportunities to spouses and dependents of wounded/fallen service members to pursue higher education.”
When I golf in the future, I will be sure to post what my thoughts are about the course. I rarely play on courses I don’t like, but you’ll get 5 stars from me if there are drinks, food, and good people 🙂
What is your favorite golf course? I would love to know, so I can put it on my bucket list!