Theses are the team pictures taken on Feb. 18th before starting the golf.
The first team to tee off were gone before I could take a picture of them, the rest I did get.
George Coulson, Richard Lampi, Bob Thorson, Don Reisberg
Gerry Busch, Bill Stewart, Linda and Arthur Barnett
Harry LaCore, Jo LaCore, Sid Bina, Joyce Foy
Bob Martintoni, Dee Martintoni, Dorothy Kline, Fred Kline
I do not think anyone really can say when the game of golf was first played, but there are many stories about the start, Robin Williams has a great story about the start of golf.
The Scott’s who are given credit for the game, organized a club in St. Andrews, Scotland in 1754 and called it the Society of St. Andrews Golfers.
Some 70 years of developing and expanding the game, King Willam 1V became a patron of the club, and the name was changed to The Royal and Ancient Golf Club of St. Andrews.
I had an opertunity to see this golf club and it is really a historic place.
Tiger Woods joined the King Arnold Palmer at 62 wins on the PGA golf tour, and left everyone else at the Buick Invitational feeling like paupers. In his most dominant start to a season, Woods built an 11-shot lead Sunday until his game and the fickle weather turned cold on the back nine. A birdie on the last hole gave him a 1-under 71 and an eight-shot victory, the 62nd of his career on the PGA Tour. “I’m sure that there are many, many more coming in the future,” Palmer said. “There isn’t any question about that.”