Rain followed by sunshine! What a great combination of weather! The Kenai Golf Course is in great shape for this time of year. We are on all 18 greens. This is the earliest we have ever been on the 14th green and it is in very good condition.
The rain we have had after a month of 70 degree weather has, indeed, been welcome. The course is looking great and the greens and tee boxes are in wonderful shape. The fairways are still running out faster than normal which helps many of us old guys.
What a week we have had at the Kenai Golf Course Ladies' Clinics, Junior Clinics, the Elks Tournament and the KGA Tournament. Play has been outstanding and everyone is enjoying the condition of the Kenai Golf Course. Thank you so much for the many compliments. As the year continues we will continue to improve the course as much as possible.
This week's Kenai Golf Report includes Big Thursday results, senior play, odds and ends, and upcoming events.
...Charlie K 11, Kirk Hyman 10.5 and Jeff Johns 4. The next event that qualifies for the Atigun competition is the Kenai Golf Association Tourney today. As always, see you on the course.
This week's edition also includes results from the last two weeks of seniors play.
September is well under way and we have had some beautiful fall weather so far. The colors are absolutely gorgeous everywhere you look and nowhere are more beautiful than at the Kenai Golf Course.
Hello and happy golf season, golfers. It's our favorite time of year again - gardening, fishing, and fun, fun, fun at the Kenai Golf Course. The course is looking great and the greens are filling in very well, and the nets are up at the driving range. My better half and I have already managed to squeeze in a couple of rounds on the course plus time on the driving range I wish I could say that my game had improved, like fine wine, from resting over the winter but sadly that would not be the case. It was great to be back and see so many familiar smiling faces. It was also great to hear that yours truly was the recipient of the early bird drawing for a season pass from the KGC. I'm not sure who was more excited, me or Gordon.
I hardly know what to think as our summer continues to speed by and the rain shows no sign of letting up. I am grateful for the time that the wet, cool weather affords me to get inside chores done, but there are still outside chores waiting to say nothing of more rounds of golf at the Kenai Golf Course waiting to be played.
Finally we have had some nice weather, and to top it off -- moose season opened this past weekend. Sadly, this just confirms my realization that our summer is truly winding down now and our golf playing days are numbered.
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