Women’s Golf – “Cold! If the thermometer had been an inch longer we’d all have frozen to death.” — Mark Twain and I

Do we all remember how cold it was on Monday, January 14? Seven hardy women golfers braved the cold… and the hour long frost delay…to take part in Fun Day that day. Five more, not so hardy golfers, waited for the warmest part of the day, lunch time to get to Aliso Creek Golf Course in time for the meeting. The winners of the day, amongst the hardy golfers were:

May Gramer— Low Gross and Closest to the Flagstick on #6 hole

Helena Keeshen— Low Net and Longest Drive on #9 fairway

Marlene Lynch— Low Putts for the day

The game-of-the-day was showing up to play. Everyplayer received a prize for that.

Monday, February 11 is the date; 9:00 a.m. is the time for the next Niguel Shore Women’s Golf Fun Day. Marge Foster (951-6256) and Brenda Tuckley (249-6912) are golf captains for the day. If you wish to play, be sure to get in touch with either Marge or Brenda…and hope for blue skies and reasonable weather.

“Cold! If the thermometer had been an inch longer we’d all have frozen to death.” — Mark Twain and I

— Ceacy Johns

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