Libra Year in Review
The New Year changes your focus from "them"
to "me" and from the beginning of January
to the end of February it’s all about honing
and re-defining your golf game. You will continue
to search for the things that will help you improve
despite a game that is in pretty good shape. Hold
off on golf-related
travel until the first of March when elements
of your swing fall into place, swing keys that have
eluded you become clear and the trip ends up being
more productive. Golf
instruction plays a significant role in your
development so continue to seek the advice of players
you respect. Libra’s are social and learning
in the company of others is an aspect that you have
overlooked. A golf
school may be a wise investment and a barometer
of how much you really do know about the game.
Sometime around March 24th, you have trouble telling
the past from the future. A person you have not
seen in years makes an appearance that influences
your relationships with others but more importantly
has an impact on your approach to the game. As Libra
golfers are known to be quite adaptable this will
prove to be a temporary situation and you may come
away from it with a clearer picture. In fact, the
stars all indicate the possibility of a major upset
over an old adversary.
As summer approaches you can expect some pleasant
surprises in the form of much improved bunker play.
That tip you picked up from Golf Digest was inspirational
and pays off with a record number of up and downs
and sandies that bring in the cash. It’s no
surprise to you that things seem to be going your
way both professionally and in golf as you have
continued to work hard. It will be late in the summer
before you have the opportunity to get away for
a long-awaited golf excursion but your patience
will be rewarded when three of your best friends
fall victim to your stellar play—three out
of four rounds.
After September 21st, you may come to the conclusion
that your game deserves a reward—a gift to
yourself. It could be anything from a new
wedge to a long
putter. An adjustment period is normal but once
you get comfortable there will be no looking back.
Gimmick clubs or knock-offs are not your style and
you can take comfort knowing that these name equipment
companies invest heavily in R & D for a reason.
Unlike some other players you know, yours is to
live by the creed, "you get what you pay for".
Mid-November is a time that will be somewhat unsettling
in your professional life as you work through a
crisis that leaves you weary but triumphant. Nothing
goes as expected between the Winter Solstice and
the New Year but the signs all point to a good year