FROM THE FRINGE & ON THE GREEN HOLE OF THE WEEK.Byline: - Dave Shelburne
Knollwood CC, par 4, 429 yards
Arguably the toughest first hole of any course in the area, Knollwood No. 1 challenges with length, severe uphill and out-oounds for the entire right side of the fairway, and a hillside hazard that lines the second half of the left side of the fairway. A long drive is a must for anyone hoping to hit the green in regulation, but the drive also must stay in the fairway because the combination of rough and the remaining uphill would make for an exceptionally difficult second shot. A large green, a large greenside green·side
Situated beside a putting green: a greenside bunker.
Adj. 1. bunker and the problem of choosing the correct club for the elevation on the approach shot add to the challenge, which leaves plenty of golfers happy enough to settle for bogey.
``THE GOLF NUT'S BOOK OF AMAZING FEATS AND RECORDS''
By Bruce Nash and Allan Zullo Allan Zullo is an American non-fiction writer. He is the author or co-author of more than eighty paperbacks for adults and children.
A native of Rockford, Illinois, Zullo graduated from Northern Illinois University in 1969 with a degree in journalism. , with George White George White may refer to:
Ever wonder what was the biggest alligator alligator, large aquatic reptile of the genus Alligator, in the same order as the crocodile. There are two species—a large type found in the S United States and a small type found in E China. Alligators differ from crocodiles in several ways. flipped by a golfer during competition? Who was the highest handicapper hand·i·cap·per
n. Sports & Games
1. One who assigns handicaps.
2. One who predicts the winners in a horserace, especially one who publishes such predictions as a guide for bettors.
Noun 1. to hit a double eagle off another player's shoe? What was the most objects hit by a golf ball during a hole-in-one? If so, this is the book for you.
Published in 1994 by Contemporary Books and written by ``Sports Hall of Shame'' comic-feature authors Nash and Zullo with the assistance of Orlando Sentinel The Orlando Sentinel is the primary newspaper of the Orlando, Florida region. It was founded in 1876 and is currently in its 131st year of publication. The Sentinel is owned by Tribune Company and is overseen by the Chicago Tribune. golf editor White, this 173-page paperback describes 146 of golf's wackiest happenings.
For example, when a 6-foot alligator approached his group during the 1975 PGA Tour Qualifying School at Disney World Golf Resort in Florida, Andy Bean astonished a·ston·ish
tr.v. as·ton·ished, as·ton·ish·ing, as·ton·ish·es
To fill with sudden wonder or amazement. See Synonyms at surprise. nervous playing partners by slipping behind the reptile, grabbing its tail and flipping it.
``Ain't nothing but an 'ol gator,'' the Georgia-born Bean said.
Ted Barnhouse might have been as dismissive of his 1981 hole-in-one in Oregon had his shot not first shanked over a barbed-wire fence, bounced back off a cow's head, caromed off a sprinkler head and then again off a lawn mower before banging into the flag stick and dropping into the cup.
Tommy Thomas likely was as conflicted about his only double-eagle. The 18-handicapper never thought he could get close to the green with his second shot on a 497-yard par-5 in 1990 in Alabama but saw his perfectly struck 3-wood bounce off the shoe of another player on the green and then roll into the cup.
``Best shot I've ever hit in my life,'' said Thomas, who admitted he didn't know whether to celebrate or hide.
GOLF TOURNAMENT SCHEDULE
Competition open to the public
--Thursday- U.S. Mid-Amateur qualifier at SCGA SCGA Southern California Golf Association
SCGA Software Carrier Group Alarm Members Club (sign-ups closed Aug. 7)
--Saturday-Sunday- Inland Valley Amateur at Marshall Canyon GC
--Wednesday-! SCGA Senior Amateur qualifying at Desert Princess GC, Candlewood can·dle·wood
1. Any of several trees or shrubs yielding a usually resinous wood.
2. The wood of such a plant, burned for light or fuel.
3. The ocotillo.
Noun 1. CC (sign-ups closed Aug. 14)
--Sep. 5-! SCGA Senior Amateur qualifying at SCGA Members Club (sign-ups closed Aug. 14)
--Sep. 9- U.S. Senior Amateur qualifier at Redlands CC (sign-ups close Aug. 14)
--Sep. 10- SCGA Senior Amateur qualifying at Horse Thief GC at Stallion Springs (sign-ups closed Aug. 14)
--Sep. 17-18- SCGA Four-Ball Net Championship at Landmark North (sign-ups closed July 31)
--Sep. 23- NFL NFL
National Football League
NFL (US) n abbr (= National Football League) → Fußball-Nationalliga Alumni Charity Golf Classic in memory of Irv Kaze, at Los Coyotes CC (310-787-1573 or plasticman(at)earthlink.net)
--Sep. 23-24- SCGA Senior Amateur Championship at Alisal Ranch Course (sign-ups closed Aug. 14)
--Oct. 3-4- L.A. City Senior Men's Golf Championship at Hansen Dam, Balboa and Encino GCs
--Oct. 5-6- Oak Tree Partners Best-Ball Shootout Shootout
Venture capital jargon. Refers to two or more venture capital firms fighting for the startup. at Soule Park GC, Ojai
--Oct. 5-6- Santa Barbara County Championship at La Purisima GC
--Oct. 12-13- Oceanside Women's City Championship at Oceanside GC
--Oct. 22- SCGA Four-Ball qualifiers at Crystalaire CC and SCGA Members Club (sign-ups close Oct. 2)
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GOLF TOURNAMENT SCHEDULE (see text)