Spring Swing Golf Tournament - May 1, 2004
With rains bringing well needed moisture to our courses
the 'Spring Swing' golf tournament had to be postponed a week. However,
Mother Nature finally relented and allowed members of the Lincoln
Women's Municipal Golf Association to finally kick off the 2004 season
at Mahoney Golf Course.
It is important to visualize your ball
flight prior to executing the shot. Gloria Brockley demonstrates
this nicely (right). Of course, I thought I heard her threaten
the little bugger if it didn't listen.
Mary Riley, Mary Zink and Deb Essex (left) are off the tee
with hopes of producing those golf shots that will bring a smile to
their faces. And even if the perfect shots are not so perfect,
the gloreous day and companionship will provide all with a day to remember.
"Excuse me, but did you see a ball out this way?" (left)
In a Scramble format it is always nice to have
the help of your fellow partners to give you advice and analyze a shot.
Deb Essex is keenly interested in the path Mary Riley's ball takes
on it's way to the hole (right). If this were not a Scramble, however,
I'm sure Mary Riley would be none too pleased to have Deb directly in
her line of sight.
Jean Peck is keeping her concentration directly on the chore at
hand and that is to sink this putt. While Cheryl Ober is showing
excellent form in keeping her head down during and after the ball has
left the club face. If you didn't notice the ball is well on it's
way to the hole and is located about head high just to the right of the
flag mid air (right).
The winners of the Spring Fling were Karen Flowers,
Tammy Poe, Cheryl Ober, Chris Lange, and Jo McElvogue