Saturday, May 25, 2013

Putt-Putt

Scott determined James is now of the age to begin his proper golf indoctrination.  We made it a family affair.

James started out with a club that turned out to be a wee bit too heavy for him.  Apparently proper equipment is pretty crucial to a good golf game.  Since I'm not plagued with such a thing (a good golf game), I wouldn't know...




Similar to James' approach to corn hole, he found it easiest to just drop the ball into the hole.

Looks like Scott's work is cut out for him regarding James' form.

Reese tried to be a good cheerleader from the sidelines, but she lacked both the enthusiasm for the game and the ability to see it from her car seat.


We found she made a most excellent caddy, though...


James pretty much lost interest after the first two holes.  Scott and I spent the rest of the time taking turns putting and keeping James out of the water hazards.  Fun fun!

3 comments:

Matthew Marciniak said...

Too adorable! My son's interest in golf started when he was playing with the ball targets I got as a gift (I saw them on http://shop.annestone.com/collections/putt-a-round later on). Now we go to a putt putt every weekend.

Rachel Tillie said...

That may be the cutest caddy I've ever seen!

Anonymous said...

Did He Keep All His Teeth?