The Golf League visited historic Glen Echo Country Club for our 9th outing. Glen Echo is the oldest golf course west of the Mississippi river and home of the 1904 Olympic Golf Tournament. The rumor that some of our members played probably is false. I am tempting fate by saying the weather gods have been good to our outings as the heat and humidity was pretty good for July in the Lou. Our host Jay Ryan joined us for dinner Hopefully Jay will be off the DL and back playing. The best shooting belonged to guests Mike and Eddie Mosella with net 62 and 64.
- Championship Flight: 1st Flip Cady 73 net 65 2nd Blake Critzas 78 net 66 3rd Steve LaFara 78 net 70
- A Flight: Gary Jones 96 net 66 2ndDave Wicks 90 net 67 3rd Doug Lorenz 91 net 70
- Closest to the pin: 1st Rick Tinucci 9 ‘ 3” 2nd Flip Cady 18’ 4: 3rd Kent Steinbrueck 20’ 5:
- Long Drive: Kids – Ice T Terry Werner Ancients – Earl the Pearl Poe.
Next Outing Tuesday August 7 Sunset Hills. This gives us all time to work on our game.
Pars and Birdies Ken Schuman