When Hubster suggested we pop up to his golf club to watch some amateurs in a competition, it was one of those situations where I thought, "ok I'll do this for you and suck it up".
Hubster is generally known for his lack of verbal detail with most things really.
We pitched up at Riversdale golf club and it is indeed extremely beautiful. Cedars, gum trees, pines and lakes teeming with birdlife.
Hubster failed to say that we were about to watch the Australian Open Amateur Golf Championship, "as what is also televised!"
It was very hot (again) today but if you are well armed here you will be ok.
Hat, umbrella for shade, sun block, water, sensible footwear.
Bobs your uncle.
We had a lovely lunch first in the clubhouse and then pootled out onto the course and followed the lead group of 4. The cedars provided wonderful shade between holes.
My goodness these young lads were good and kept their composure in the heat too.
I tried to keep well away from the camera but I am sure Hubster got in a few shots, only because he had to get as close to the action as etiquette would allow.
He was very enthusiastic about describing his course to me, the lie of the greens, the speed, the up and down and left to right. It was lovely to see his passion for his hobby.
Well I will eat my hat. Contrary to all expectations it was a lovely way to spend an afternoon, appreciate some new up and coming young talent and all in all, an above par day I'd say.