We are thrilled The New York Times chose to feature our own Dr. Bob Harris recently.
BOYNTON BEACH, Fla. — Most golfers can only dream of shooting their age.
Not 84-year-old Bob Harris. He expects to shoot his age, or below, every time he tees it up. So far, he has done it 893 times.
Harris actually gets upset when he fails to shoot his age. That may sound cocky, but just do the math.
“My handicap is a 4, so I better darn well hit it every time I play,” said Harris, whose average score, by that calculation, should be 76. “I was excited the first time I shot my age, but I’m used to it by now; I expect to. I’m more interested in lowering my handicap.” Continue reading