A great time was had by all in the Walker Cup Competition! The course advantage was evident from the start, as it is when we play at Birch Ridge. Each club had putting difficulties when not on their home course. All the more reason for each club to play more at the other course. Different types of grass make each course unique and it does take time to get used to different playing conditions. Greens at both courses are in great shape. It was nice to see players interacting with each other in competition and during pre- and post-game activities.
I would like to congratulate all the guys from Birch Ridge for winning the Walker Cup competition this year. They played excellent golf at the right time.
Hello, Golfers. The liquid sunshine arrived just in time for the gratification of my brand new lawn. And since the fish are already wet, they really don't care if it rains, but it sure plays havoc with the game of golf, doesn't it? How about that monster pulled out of the river this past week I would gladly settle for a freezer full of reds, but those big kings can sure be a lot of fun to catch.
Hey there, golfers! What's with the liquid sunshine and those pesky salmon -- are they lost? Where have they gone and where are those bright, sunny days that we have had only a handful of? I think they all occurred when I was sitting in my office looking out the window and dreaming of -- golf, of course, on the Kenai Golf Course, one of my very favorite places in the whole world.
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