First, and most importantly, let me congratulate @cjgiant for his Capitals winning the Stanley Cup. I think it’s the second time for them in the finals, and their first victory. Well done! And speaking of sports, I thought you’d all like to hear about the state of my golf game. We had our usual late start (May) to the season, and so far I have played eight rounds. The first thing that became apparent is that I lost another 10 yards over the winter, despite exercising and yoga. I guess that is to be expected with age, and it doesn’t factor too much into my game. I’ve moved from the blue tees to the white tees, and I expect that by the time I am 80 (10 years from now) I will have moved up to the green tees. The other thing I have noticed is that my yips have improved. Yips are a nervous condition caused by a fear of failure. The wrist breaks down and the putter face is all over the place. My friends said I always looked like I was having a seizure when I putted. I solved the putting problem by switching to a long putter, and I adapted to a rule change by not anchoring the putter to my chest. I’ll never be a good putter, but I’m no longer a poor one. However, once I had the putting yips conquered, they showed up in my chips. I have tried a variety of remedies and finally this year tried chipping cross-handed. And the yips have disappeared. I expect that this will be a good golf season. I will play more when I retire at the end of the month. We are also moving to a warmer climate, so I will be playing golf throughout the year. Perhaps you have played some golf today. And perhaps you are sitting in your grille, drinking a beer. And what if that beer turned out to be one you have never had? Well, then you have all the ingredients for New Beer Sunday. How does the beer look? How’s the aroma? Describe the taste, then tell us how it feels in your mouth. Finally, what is your overall impression of your new beer? See if you can make a hole in one.