Golf is an outdoor, recreational game that likely originated in 15th century Scotland.
Golf is most popular in Ireland and Scotland, but the United States follows suit, especially among the presidents. Did you know that golf was the first sport played on the moon by a man? Whether it’s the intrinsic beauty of a well-manicured golf course in the morning or the ringing feeling that runs through your hands when you’ve struck the perfect golf shot, there’s something about the game that brings us back for more, and can turn even the most adverse soul into a weekly, or sometimes daily, player.
The Sun Lakes Lady Niners had five days of league play in November, and we would like to warmly welcome two new members: Annette Carrington and Trudy Mathison. On Nov. 2, the game was Low Putts, and the winner in Flight 1 was Susan Geis, Jan Sykes in Flight 2, and Beverly Jur in Flight 3. On Nov. 11 the game was Criers, and the winner in Flight 1 was Sue Parmenter, Joann Brown in Flight 2, and Beverly Jur in Flight 3. On Nov. 16 the game was Low Net Water Holes, and the winner in Flight 1 was Susan Geis. The winner in Flight 2 was Dottie Wodraska, and Beverly Jur in Flight 3. The game on Nov. 23 was Low Gross, and Linda Stimart was the winner in Flight 1. The winner in Flight 2 was Dottie Wodraska, and Beverly Jur in Flight 3. The game for Nov. 30 was Low Net, and the winners were Irene Anderson and Dottie Wodraska, with Joann Brown and Liz Tollefsen coming in second.
The Sun Lakes Lady Niners are always looking for new members. Please contact President Irene Anderson at 612-669-2666 if you would like to join or to talk about joining. The new membership form is available in the Sun Lakes Pro Shop. The Sun Lakes Lady Niners provide a very supportive and welcoming environment. Please consider coming out and hitting a ball and having a ball with them.