I'm so British, I moan when the weather is cold and wet and now I'm moaning because I'm too hot - as I sit typing with a fan whirring beside me. The trouble is, we go from one extreme to the other, although if I have a choice, I'd much rather play golf in warm weather, or should I say, under the boiling sun, as I did today.
This fourball was planned months ago as myself and the BBC star and Women & Golf columnist Naga Munchetty were joined by two competition winners, Jane Withers and Helen Sleightholme, to play on the Marquess course at Woburn, the venue for last year's Ricoh Women's British Open.
With factor 50 on and several bottles of water in our bags, (Naga told me off for not wearing a cap or visor) we had a fabulous game, although it is difficult not to enjoy Woburn even if you're having a shocker of a round. Rather than a straightforward fourball betterball, Helen suggested that we partner each player for six holes - I'll remember this format in future as it was very sociable and enjoyable, just like the cheesy chips that we ordered to go with our post-round salads! It was all so healthy until that point.