Golf at Superstition Springs GC

Sue did a few loads of laundry today after breakfast. I spent an hour or two replacing all the FAKE text and google images with the REAL info and photos on that website I worked on all yesterday. Sheesh. Why don’t they send me the info in the first place — it takes as long to do fake pages as it does to do real pages.

Don, Dave, and RudyI spent a few minutes at the driving range again, before coming home for a quick lunch. Then at 1:00 we picked up Dave and drove out to Power Road to the Superstition Springs Golf Course for our 2 o’clock tee time.

Don Hoeppner met us at the course. We teed off at 2 and played a bit of a slow round — waiting for the players ahead of us on every hole. None of us played particularly good, probably because it was hard to stay focussed when we had such long waits between shots. Sue had good drives and some good putts too. I actually parred a couple of holes on the back nine, but my putting continues to be my downfall.Dave, Sue, and Don

We finished a little after 6 o’clock, almost too dark to golf, really. Then we drove back to Gold Canyon, dropped Dave off at the Great Wall Chinese Restaurant while Sue and I went home to shower and change. We picked Dave up and went to the Driedgers’, where we joined Hans, Chris, and Marylou for supper. Lots of food, but most of it got eaten! We decided that all of us except Chris would take off bright and early tomorrow morning and go to the Waste Management Open Golf Championship in Scottsdale.

Sue and I got home at around 9:30. I wrote my journal and Sue read for a while. Then a bit of news on TV and off to bed.