“Oh no… I’m tarded now…”
Great Course. Rated tougher than Heather Glen and we were advised to hit from the white tees. By doing this, we actually played a rating and slope that was easier than Heather Glen.
All of the scores went up from the morning.
Brian ran into a combination of bad luck (great drive hitting a bunker railroad tie and launcing left into the woods). But the backbreaker was 17 par 3. Three shots into the waste marsh land, forced an early exit from the hole. Here Murph watched Pat hit a beautiful putt for birdie that barely missed.
One of the funniest moments of the whole trip occured on the 18th hole. A long par 4 dogleg left, uphill with a plateau green. The front left slope down into a marsh. Beautiful hole. Nelson hit a shot right across the trouble. Dave also hit a solid shot. Brian hit his into the marsh, which brought Pat to the tee. He said, “There’s always ‘Chicken Alley’ referring to the shot that played to the right (actually the proper shot for conservatism). From that point, any hole in our rounds has the concept of ‘Chicken Alley’).
Net score wise, Nelson picked up ground on both Dave and Brian, but Pat (well until we get his scores, we won’t know).
Here are the results:
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