For the last couple months, I've been involved in a Blogger Survivor, a unique way of getting fellow bloggers (in this case golf bloggers) to participate in a fun, yet challenging competition. The gist of it is that each week, Heather McMichael (TravelGolf Syndication blogger) would send a word that we needed to fold into our posts. The one with the most votes would advance. Well, I'm in the final round with a few other fellow bloggers, and I need your vote!
The latest post that I wrote for this competition is titled Kyra and the PGA, please read it, it is a true story about one of many charities benefiting from the PGA's endless reach in helping local communities.
If you like that post, please vote for me at Blogger Survivor Vote Here (which is under my Links column). It will take you to Heathers' blog, in which you can declare your vote for me at the bottom of her latest post.
It is unknown at this time what the prize (if any) is. If it is a monetary award, then 100% of the award will go to the charity I mentioned. If it is free advertising on their website, then think of it as more people will have a chance to read that post, and maybe donate to this cause. Either way, it's a win-win.
A lot of thought and research went into that specific post, and it deserves proper dues. Please go to Heathers' blog now, and post a vote for me!
Also, as I mentioned, in April, I am going on a 3-day RTJ Trail adventure with 3 other golf-hounds. Well, the foundation of the trip is coming together:
Our plan is this: Friday: Ross Bridge near Birmingham
Saturday : Oxmoor Valley ;Valley and Ridge Courses (only 3 miles from Ross Bridge) in Birmingham
Sunday : Anniston and play at Silver Shoals which has 3 nine's; play Backbreaker/Heartbreaker and Mindbreaker/Backbreaker.
In sticking with the shameless promotion theme: if any of you fellow-bloggers would like to promote yourself or your blog sponsors with give-aways for our trip, I am blog-u-menting the trip (with pictures), and I will reciprocate in kind, with proper credits.
Thanks for reading, keep it in the short-grass.