The Quogue Club
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We are happily anticipating our next trip. This time it will be a river cruise! We will be flying to Brussels and boarding our ship in Antwerp. The map below shows our 14 day route on the Rhine and the Mosel Rivers.
We will then travel by motor coach from Basel to Lucerne where we will be exploring the Alps for 5 days. On October 29th we will return home in ...
... experience at Friar’s Head, it is imperative that all golfers be committed to play expeditiously. The pace of play for a four-ball shall not exceed 3 hours 45 minutes. One awesome golf course, this place used to be a potato farm (maybe they grew Idaho potatoes), and Ben Crenshaw and Bill Coore converted it into a top track. Some really good scores, probably the stay at home night with Lairdy's burgers did the trick. Broughy excelled with 38, Guy, Clavo, ...
... you an idea of how tough it was. It was 100 meters longer than Pymble off the back and only a par 70. Tough! Vehicle 2 did a stop at the shops on the way home and we are readying for a BBQ at home. Lots of sport coming up over the coming days, Ryder Cup, AFL Finals and NRL semis so some boys having a snooze this afternoon getting ready for it all. Balls lost count unbelievably ZERO. Handbag Award ...
... I can imagine summers down here, golf in the morning, beach club in the afternoon then back home to your Mansion for lazy dinners around the pool followed by cigars in the Spa and, and and..... The GBU's came second to the 3 Peas with the 880s coming in the familiar place of last. It is now the three Peas leading by half a point from the GBUs. Pottsy had 36 points which is way ahead of his closet rival on 32 ...
... interesting scores today with both Bux and Pro having 35 points and Krohnny 33. Dunners had a 19 and 6 combo for 25. Others finished with 3 slits, some with 4 points in the last three holes. The homeward journey was back into the fan. The winners were the 3 Peas with 64 points, GBU's 2nd and 880"s in 3rd. This leaves the GBU's with a narrow lead heading into Baltusrol tomorrow. Lost ball count only ...