Rain showers early with some sunshine later in the day. High 83F. Winds ENE at 10 to 20 mph.
Thanks to everyone who worked on the Dragon Toss. The unusually warm spring resulted in the ice coming off Trout Lake early, so the team launched Jane to begin training for their first event in Peterborough view. The water is extremely cold, so the safety boat hovered nearby as the team introduced new members to the joy of paddling.
This adorable Teddy Bear can now go golfing! She is a beautiful pink and wears a sun visor. From the top of the Bear's Head to the bottom of the sleeve it measures 16 inches.
There are few of us who have not been touched directly or indirectly by cancer. In September we supported Prostate Cancer Awareness month with a post about the importance of prostate cancer screeningsand this month we mark Breast Cancer Awareness month with a look at what the golf industry is doing in support of that cause. One of the most important methods of fundraising for the breast cancer cause is through corporate manufacturer donations of a percentage of retail golf equipment sales.
As summer winds down and aeration and winterization plans become more top of page, another annual occurrence is also nearing: Special Event Golf Outings! With the big outings, club championships, member — guest tournaments in the rear view mirror, golf courses begin to look at hosting events to get anyone out to the course, get the register to click a few more times before the snow that is a dirty 4-letter word begins to fall. Many courses have different types of late-season, special event outings.
Many people who lose their hair due to chemotherapy or other breast cancer treatments discover that scarves and hats are the easiest, most comfortable, and versatile head coverings. Scarves and hats can hide your hair loss, help keep you warm, and protect you from the sun. You may decide to alternate wearing hats or scarves with wearing a wig, or no head covering, depending on the occasion and the weather.
When Amy Mickelson was diagnosed with breast cancer in Maythe entire golf community came together with hope and well-wishes for her recovery. Thankfully, both Amy and Mary are doing better today. However, the image of U.
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