Golf from Myrtle Beach (1998)

Sunday - Brunswick
Our 1998 group grows to a fourteen including a new addition, Don Roeseke; and veteran Ed Palguta, returning after a 10-year absence. Welcome to all.
Great weather and good temperatures followed us the entire week.
Stan Law's tee shot on the par 3.
Bill Trieschman says keep your head down on the tee shot.
With good style, Kevin McKenna pitches the ball to the green.
Rich Olin tales dead aim on his putt.
Ron Spath has a short iron shot to the 18th green.
Carl Keller watches his shot go to the 18th green.
Kevin McKenna putts the ball on the 18th green.
Basil Miller takes aim to hit the ball over the trap to the green and then tries again to knock it out of the bunker on the 18th.
Greg Nielson chips it in the cup from the fringe on the 18th hole.
Monday - Angles Trace
A nice, but tough golf course.
There is a hint of rain in Monday's local weather forecast, but nothing developed.
Tuesday - Legends (Heathland)
The Heathland course was in fine shape.
We ran into a bunch of Bay Hills golfers and their friends.
A Photographer greets us as we tee off.
Gary Holloway on the first tee.
Rich Olin prepares to hit the ball off of the first tee.
John Herbst tries to hide behind his driver and then John addresses the ball on the first tee.
Ed Palguta hits the ball from near a fairway bunker on the par 5.
Wednesday - Surf Club
Ron Spath hits a drive from the tenth tee.
Don Roeseke punches out from behind a tree on the first hole.
There were many trees blown down by Huricane Bonnie.
Thursday - Preswick Country Club
Bob Lindner pitches to the 9th green with the fine looking clubhouse in the background then Bob putts the ball in the hole.
Bill Trieschman punches the ball from a mound near the 9th fairway.
Dave Ditman hits the ball, but Dave cannot understand why his ball did not land on the 16th green.
Everyone gathers in the parking lot of the Prestwick Country Club to looks for skins and swap golf tales.
Friday - Burning Ridge
A nice friendly course, in good shape
Saturday - Panthers Run
We say bye to our Myrtle Beach accommodations, the pool, and the beach for another year.
The group is ready for an early start at Panther's Run.

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