If it’s Thursday, this must be Calgary.
Or is it Mashantucket. Ct.?
It can’t be Mashantucket. I was just there for the past couple of days for a TaylorMade launch of its M1 driver and PSi irons … or was I? Yeah, I was so, this has to be Calgary.
I may be confused, but I know one thing. I’m getting too old to keep up this pace, but I’m also too stupid to stop. Advancing years isn’t stopping me from enjoying assignments thousands of mile apart within a day of one another.
On Wednesday, I was chatting with Hank Haney in Mashantucket. On Thursday, I’ll have a few questions for Phil Mickelson. In between, I wrote this blog around midnight, having just come in from the first half of the road trip and still somewhat coherent.
That may not be the case by Thursday evening. As I write this blog, I have a couple of hours before having to go back to the airport to catch a 6:30 a.m. flight out of Toronto. Sleep may not be in the immediate future, unless I manage to catch a few winks on the plane.
However, it should be interesting to hear what Mickelson’s thoughts are about what he saw on a tour of his namesake course on Wednesday while I was in Connecticut. At this point, Mickelson National hasn’t really started to come together yet, so it will be interesting to hear what Lefty has in mind.
Of course, we’ll share all of that on GNN before I get back on the plane at 5:15 p.m. Thursday afternoon for the flight back, arriving at 11 p.m. Toronto time, or roughly 24 hours after I wrote this blog.
At that point, I may not be able to figure out where I am.