Monthly Archives: October 2013

Don’t be fooled…..Par Value and Length

Don’t be fooled into thinking a golf course has to be Par 72 and play over 7000 yards to be any good? Don’t believe me then refer to any website (even magazine) that runs an annual “top 100 golf courses … Continue reading

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Is it simple economics?

I remember sitting in my car, this whilst living in Switzerland, listening intently to a conversation on the radio about the world economy. The markets had just crashed and there was worldwide panic….and a whole lot of finger-pointing. The conversation … Continue reading

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The “other” parts of the property

I had the good fortune, a few days ago, to visit Muskoka an area about two and a half hours drive north of Toronto, Canada. I have been up to this area once before, around late October last year, to … Continue reading

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