Gemini Year in Review
The year begins with a new outlook on your game.
Even after a season of some significant improvement
you are ready to take on new challenges. This could
involve anything from a total revamping of your
swing to a renewed focus on one aspect of your game
that has you seeking a professional opinion. Don’t
be afraid to experiment with changes in your putting
stroke or switching to that new
driver you have been coveting. You are ready
for a new program while everyone else seems to be
content with the old. You are more adaptable than
most and after January 24th you are likely to see
something in your swing that has eluded you in the
past. Trust your instincts and go with a completely
radical idea that you have resisted but who’s
time has come. Social situations may prompt you
to adapt an attitude of resistance to the mainstream
due to your nature of going your own way.
Spring hits you hard in March and the urge to travel
will lead you to contemplate a journey where you
will dust off the cobwebs on your clubs and seek
the sunshine of a links
course. Water plays a significant role in your
sign and the ocean beckons. A tendency toward out
with the old and in with the new will have you contemplating
set of irons but be wary of settling for something
less than what you want. Remember, you get what
you pay for.
Late in June, decisions about your game are based
on assumptions that flow from your present level
of ability. Don’t be too hard on yourself
if things aren’t the way you expected them
to be by now; lowering your handicap is one thing,
beating yourself up about not getting to scratch
status is counter-productive and could lead to a
set-back in what you have already accomplished.
The signs are right that you will experience a dramatic
event soon, a hole-in-one or a career round may
be just around the corner.
After September 5th, you are back in form and ready
to have some serious fun with your regular foursome.
While you may have suffered some defeats during
the summer you will get a taste of vindication sometime
in the fall. Stay patient and swing within yourself,
the shots will come. In November a new restlessness
will emerge and the travel bug will bite again,
this time finding you going in a direction that
is a first for you. It is entirely possible that
one of your best rounds will come in the least likely
of places. If you spend the holiday season traveling
make sure your clubs accompany you, rental clubs
will not give you the satisfaction of playing your
best, especially at a high dollar golf course.