So, I am back to the blog after an extended break (unemployment/begging for work/deciding to retire).
Not able to fully retire, my wife and I embarked upon a business that is both the most fun I have ever had and the most nail biting I’ve ever done. We buy and sell vintage mid-century goods, preferably cool and wonderful items that have not been seen in, oh, 60 years or so.
(This will get around to golf in a second.)
We have booths at a couple of antique malls in Charlottesville, Virginia. In case you’re in the area, look up the Wooly Lam in Ruckersville and A&W Collectables in Keswick. Ask for vendor TNT (for Tim and Tracey. Stop groaning.). The shops are also on Facebook.
We have an Ebay store, where you’ll find lots of putters and other stuff. We call ourselves (no groaning allowed) Double T Vintage. Our general URL is www.doubletvintage.com. You can go right to the golf stuff here.
Two days ago, I bought a cool Dean Meyer Planet Golf putter while cruising the thrift shops at Virginia Beach. I haven’t yet found out much about it. If you know anything, I’ve opened comments and I hope you’ll chime in. Here’s a link to GolfWRX where I posted some pictures in their forum.
How about that Masters, huh? I had a heart attack and sudden incontinence at the same time! Zowie, what a turn of events. But I’ll tell ya, that kind of stuff nails the Masters as one of the hardest (and luckiest) darn American tournaments to win.
More coming soon.
Oh, this site has been updated automatically many times, and photos have been dropped from the archives. I’ll work to correct it (albeit slowly).