The FARMGOLF NEWSLETTER
Next Two Man Scramble Set For OCTOBER 7th
Labor Day Weekend 2-Man Scramble Results
(FGP) Heatherly/Mosesso shoot a 59 on the Par 66 Farm Golf Course to edge B.Smith/Creed (62) and D.Smith/Green (64). Club Pro David Smith was battling the gout, which had a detrimental effect on the pre-tourney favorites. Hevener/Phillips placed 4th in the Sunday tournament.
Beer Change at Clubhouse
(FGP) Bud Light is no longer on tap due to weak consumption, but will remain available in cans. Heineken and Labatt Blue are now the official beers for FarmGolf.
Bar Construction Workers Still on Strike
(FGP) Local bar workers union representative Josh Halfin says there will be no more bar construction work until it is time. The Commissioner has contracted with a cabinet maker from Elkins, WV to finish panels for the bar and is hoping that the bar workers will return to the job later this month.
Next 2-Man Scramble on Sunday
(FGP) Heatherly/Mosesso will be invited to defend their title. Starting time will be at 2PM on Sunday, October 7th, with 18 holes required for a complete round. This event may be rescheduled in the event of inclement weather.
PHOTO OF THE MONTH
(FGP) Commissioner Mike Green demonstrates proper “FarmGolf swing follow through” to some of the recent participants in the fall FarmGolf Ladies Camp. The camp is open only to a select few. To insure that the integrity of FarmGolf is maintained, the Commissioner and Club Pro David Smith carefully screen all applicants. Next camp is scheduled for the spring of 2002.
Applications will be posted on the web page when available.