Golf Guy Grill Room: New Orleans Photos, Part II

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Staying on Bourbon St. for the week, the Golf Guy had no problem with a little 'quiet time' at the TPC Louisiana. FYI don't take a hotel room facing Bourbon St. – the live music starts very early. Very, very early.



The Golf Guy

New Orleans is known for a little voodoo. It's no accident what Zurich spelled backwards means.


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From an early age, 'Tuba Tom' understood the old saying, 'Size matters.' Sadly, 'Banjo Ben' did not get such good advice.



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No words were spoken as this officer took one look at the Golf Guy and made it clear I wasn't allowed into the swanky 18th Green Cypress Suites.


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You already have famous streets like Bourbon St. and Canal St. Is there really a need to spice things up more with a street name like this? Why not? It lured me in.



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Although New Orleans is home to classic dishes such as oysters on the half shell, boiled crawfish, seafood gumbo, jambalaya and other Creole dishes, it's still nice to go to a golf tournament and smell some good old fashioned hamburgers cooking on the grill.



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Is it possible to have a new favorite band without ever hearing a single song from them? Yes, it is. I'm here to announce that 'Bag of Donuts' (see Saturday concert) is my new favorite band.



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Three ladies, three drinks ... three jokes about ... hey wait a second, there's my favorite bar!



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This is no joke. This jazz singer spent several hours in between her sets talking to the Golf Guy. Such an enjoyable time that I thought about resigning from Golf Channel, moving to New Orleans, and becoming the 'Jazz Guy.'


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I did NOT walk into this store. Twenty years ago? Sure, would have probably been sleeping in that trash can every night.


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Unfortunately for some street performers, the 'groupies' following them aren't quite like Kate Hudson in 'Almost Famous;' rather women who actually give themselves their own haircuts.


The Golf Guy

After a morning involving coffee, toast, jam and a dose of Metamucil, Henry and his wife Virginia found themselves in the French Quarter and decided, 'Hell, if you can't beat 'em ... join 'em!'