Monday, September 27, 2004

Cameron Park Country Club

Cameron Park

Lew Gasper and I played in the Sutter Indian Summer Golf Classic at the Cameron Park Country Club. This scramble tournament is a fund raiser for the Sutter Medical Center Foundation. We played with vendor representatives from Dell and Western Blue.

We ended up shooting one over; we had three bogeys and two birdies. The opposite of the Sutter Hospice and VNA Tournament in June, I had a few good drives that helped us, but did not make any putts of any value. As a group, we just could not putt to save our lives.

There was a contest on the tenth tee to guess how far you would hit your drive. With my 5 wood in hand, I guessed 205 yards and hit it 201 yards. The prize for the top five closest guesses was a nice driver. I figured that I was going to win for sure with a difference of only 4 yards. Unfortunately, I did not win; two people were exactly on their guesses and three others were within 3 yards!

On the way back from the golf tournament, I caught up with Hunter, Connor and Geselbracht at Logan's Roadhouse while they were eating dinner. I had a chance to catch up with them.

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