Oddly enough, I asked Dave what he says when he hits a bad shot. “Okay,” Dave said, “I say #*%^, and sometimes I say **%#.” When asked the same question, Bell replied, “I’ve had so many bad shots lately that I’ve run out of vocabulary for responses.” I say “####%%**##” or “# * @ * ## * @ ##!” Some golfers don’t comment on their bad shot but instead end up tossing that bad club into the fairway or into the woods. Stay calm, breathe, it’s just a game.
How does everyone love the new EZ-GO golf carts at Little River Golf Course? They have a different sound to them, a kind of subtle low rumble. The Pro Shop Manager, Cathy Shipley, was satisfied with them and reminded everyone that the wagon key must be returned at the end of the rounds. Old carts can be turned on at the start of the day of golf and remain keyless all day. New carts require the key to be in the cart and turned on at all times during use.
Beneath the Pro Shop TV is a framed billboard announcing the third-place winners of the 1988 NCGA Four-Man Best Ball Championship. The event was held at Spyglass Hill Golf Course on July 7.The tenth and 8The tenth, 1988. The Little River Men’s Club was represented by notable local golfers Jim Larsen, Victor Muller, Harry-The Golf Notting Writer-Fortune, and James Larson. The team won 3rd place in a sudden death playoff at 2second abbreviation Gap. It is noted on the board that Jim Larsen had a succession of birds on holes 3,4 and 5. The year 1988 was thirty-four years ago. Thanks guys for winning. On June 26The tenth The NCGA qualification, 55 and older, is played at Little River Stadium. Good luck everyone.
Coming up, there’s a fundraising session to help Pamela Davenport Burdick and her family who recently lost their home and all of its contents in a fire. The event is scheduled for June 28The tenth Checkout time is at 3:30 followed by dinner. All proceeds including green fees, cart fees, event entry fees, auction and raffles go directly to the family. Registration sheet on the Pro Shop bulletin board.