Wednesday, April 18, 2007
Terry Padgett just after getting an ace on #9. "It bounced on the green once and hopped in the hole. After seeing how close the hole prize marker was, I knew someone was going to be awfully disappointed."
Joe Doyle, with a grin, and Larry Sutton, with a bag full of weapons, as they get ready to tackle the difficult task of bringing the course to it's knees. (Joe shot a net 33, and was the more successful of the two - at least today).
The Byrons and the Summers before heading down #1, ever so hopeful. See scores to see whose hopes became reality, whose will have to wait for another day. (I think the old man of the bunch fared the best.)
Shot of the day: Terry Padgett's hole-in-one on #9. Nice way to end your round.
A much better round but a disappointing finish: Short Jeffers who went par-birdie-birdie-birdie over the first four holes and got the hole prize on #3 to boot only to finish with a double bogey at #9. Go figure.
Add your comments and recollections in the comment section. Know that there was both good and not so good shooting out there today.