The Ireland golf trip has headed way north, with high temps and no rain - I wore shorts today. After golf, we visited Giant’s Causeway, a fascinating area on the coast of thousands of basalt columns, remaining after an ancient volcanic eruption. Other photos of golf these past few days, including playing a course, The European Club, that had the longest green in the world - 128 yards!
Well, it took 20 years since I started playing, but got my first hole-in-one yesterday - at The Island Golf Club in Ireland! Number 9 hole, 145 yards. Hearing the hoopla, the club’s manager, Maurice O’Meara, came out and graciously presented me with their club golf flag:
So far weather has been fantastic as we play courses in both Ireland and Northern Ireland (first photo Port Stewart today):
Originally called Asthmapolis when launched in Madison in 2010, I’ve been the lead angel investor and a board member these past three and a half years. With the new financing, I’ll be leaving the board, which admittedly is a bummer. But the ride continues. More on the news here.