Graeme McDowell has been a very busy man these days. Recently he had opened up a restaurant named Nona Blue Tavern in March 15 this year at Lake Nona, Fla.
The next week followed where he made the cut at the Arnold Palmer Invitational at Bay Hill before the weather became impossible to let the game be continued. He had had lots of fun in the event and he had paired up with Ross Fisher and had played against Adam Scott and Tim Clark.
Talking about his restaurant, one could the new stuff looks really cool with new dining options with options for intimate dinner, separate sections for adult drinking.
There is also a facility to watch games, not to mention, the game of golf with friends. Graeme McDowell was particularly happy to have hung out with Fisher, Ian Poulter, Justin Rose, Henrik Stenson, Graham DeLaet and Camilo Villegas in his newly formed restaurant and he felt this was a great support to his new venture. With this he felt that more good feedbacks would be coming their way.
Just as his new restaurant is doing well, so are his hands with the tees on the golf course. He is all charged up for the upcoming Masters tournament. At the Bay Hill, Graeme McDowell managed to have three consecutive top-10 finishes although they were achieved a bit jaggedly, including a T-3 at the WGC-Cadillac Championship, a T-9 at the Honda Classic and a quarterfinals appearance in the WGC-Accenture Match Play.
His eyes are aimed at Augusta practice sessions. “Obviously (I have) more experience now, I’m learning how to prepare, learning the golf courses and just getting better really, that’s what it boils down to.” beamed McDowell. He has also said that he would buy drinks for people at Nona Blue if he won the tournament.