Saturday was supposed to bring the conclusion of the second round and the start of the third round of the British Open. Instead, I took the opportunity to explore a bit of St. Andrews with my traveling companions.
There's an expression about weather in Scotland that has proved handy this week.
Playing golf in Scotland has always been a bucket list item for me. Now I can check that box.
I have a confession to make: I have not always been a Tom Watson fan.
There has been much speculation about what I would eat during my trip to London and The Open at St. Andrews. I'm notorius for being a picky eater, a meat and potatoes guy from way back.
A lot of policies at the Open are downright modern, and the result is a fan-friendly experience.
If you've ever tried winning a stuffed animal or other prize at a claw machine, you've probably witnessed the prize slip out of the claw's grasp. That's not by mistake.
Almost every morning these days, I spend about 10 minutes planning out the specifics of my day. What’s interesting is that I can see how this kind of planning is saving me money.
I was stunned earlier this week to read that 47% of Americans would experience significant financial distress – taking out debt or selling something – in order to be able to handle a $400 emergency.
Every once in a while, you see a stunt driver pull off a trick on two wheels in a movie.
We're giving away two family packs of four tickets to the VIP fireworks viewing area at the Boathouse overlooking the Savannah River.
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