How to make a golf course yardage book

I have recently took up golf – again. Having played a lot when I was younger, and having played a little here and there, I have recently re-found my love for the game.

As a result of this I have been putting in a lot of effort into getting better and better, cumulating in me have some golf lessons (more on that later). As part of this one thing I did notice all the pros have a little book in their back pocket – the yardage book.

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My very first half marathon

Today I ran my very first half marathon, something I always thought would have been out of my reach. I am super proud of myself, although a little sore in the legs!

In this post I wanted to document my thoughts on what I have learned from this experience in the hope that it helps or inspired others who are thinking of doing something similar in the future. Here goes…

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Holiday Lego building

As is often the case in the Christmas period, the kids get bought lots of Lego which is great fun.

This Christmas I spent a lot of time with the boys building various types of vehicle from a replica of a Red Arrow to more simply cars and vans.

Below are some of the photos of the finished products as well as a short timelapse video on a build.

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A New Years day stroll in Southport

We woke in 2019 to a glorious day weather wise. Clear blue skies, sunny and cold and crisp. It seemed like the perfect opportunity to get out into the fresh air and go for a walk to bring in the new year.

We headed to Southport for a walk around Hesketh Park and then onto the Marina Lake to feed to ducks and play on the play park.

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