A Different Kind of Masters

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Images and words by Patrick Keegan

As it’s said, The Masters is a Tradition Unlike Any Other. This year’s April tradition was slightly unfamiliar.  As golf fans, we hang our heads as the first major is postponed, but as global citizens, and the reasonable folks  that we consider ourselves, we understand the precaution, and stand by the decisions made around the globe, and in the sporting world we live in.

As it’s said, The Masters is a Tradition Unlike Any Other. This year’s April tradition was slightly unfamiliar.  As golf fans, we hang our heads as the first major is postponed, but as global citizens, and the reasonable folks  that we consider ourselves, we understand the precaution, and stand by the decisions made around the globe, and in the sporting world we live in.

As it’s said, The Masters is a Tradition Unlike Any Other. This year’s April tradition was slightly unfamiliar.  As golf fans, we hang our heads as the first major is postponed, but as global citizens, and the reasonable folks  that we consider ourselves, we understand the precaution, and stand by the decisions made around the globe, and in the sporting world we live in.

With our chins up, we move forward. We look forward to when the Masters, and other iconic sporting events, will be rescheduled. We continue our mission to Enjoy The Walk, whether that be on the golf course, or while helping others, while taking Covid-19, the widespread panic, and now the aftermath, very seriously. We revisit photos herein from years past to keep the tradition that is The Masters alive, and to make sure we continue to stay in-keeping with what gets us out of bed every day.

Our prayers go out to all affected, and we hope that you can all find a way to stay positive during these trying times.

-PK

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