Base Camp

Standing on the shoulders...

...of giants.

To whom much is given...

Being a friend of Jim Colton's has its drawbacks. Let's get real here, other than the occasional invite to a great place like Ballyneal, you have to hand it to the guy for making us all look bad.

100? Really?

Of the Kingsley golfers, I may be the least likely to make it all hundred holes. But I'm going to try.

Long Walks with a Stick

The esteemed American political satirist P.J. O'Rourke adeptly characterized golf in its simplest terms:

"Golf combines two favorite American pastimes: Taking long walks and hitting things with a stick."

Getting Started

The last two years have been fairly momentous for me as far as golf is concerned.

Following in Jim's Footsteps

Jim Colton is the best long distance friend that a guy can have.

A good walk that will be unspoiled...

It was a little over a year ago when I first became aware of the effort, the golf marathon, that Jim Colton was going to undertake at Ballyneal as a way to raise money and assist Ben Cox and Ben's

Remembrance of rounds past

I learned the game of golf from my grandfather, a man walked fast and played faster -- both of which will be essential in trying to slog through 100+ holes in a single day.

A Good Walk

First of all, thank you for visiting the Hundred Hole Hike site.  I am very excited about the event (HHH), organization (One Divot) and, most importantly, the great causes (MS Society, etc).

Enjoying a long walk for great causes

In November, 2011 I had the privilege of presenting Jim Colton with The Walking Golfer of the Year Award on behalf of The Walking Golfers Society.