Golf from Myrtle Beach (1999)
- Sunday - Man-O-War
- Our 1999 group had eight of the regulars.
- Huricane Floyd pounded Myrtle Beach several days before
our trip. We had to drive through Raleigh because Interstate 95 was
closed south of Richmond.
- Very few people were at breakfast on Sunday. It was great.
- The Man-O-War golf course was in great shape considering the amount
- Monday - Wild Wing (Falcon)
- It rained during the day, but we finished all 18.
- Tuesday - Calabash
- Rain delayed our starting time, but we were able to go
out before lunch and had the course all to our selves.
- John Herbst looks a strong as
ever as he addresses the ball on the tee.
- John, Rich and Bill patiently
wait for their turn to hit.
- Gary Holloway joins Rich Olin
and Bill Trieschman in the wait.
- Wednesday - Marsh Harbor
- Don Roeseke checks out the
- Thursday - Legends (Moreland)
- A hard course, but a great day for golf.
- Stan Law prepares to hit the
ball over the water early in the day.
- Kevin follows Stan's example
as he tries to hit the ball over the water.
- Friday - Heather Glen
- A nice friendly course, in good shape
- Bill Trieschman takes a practice swing.
- Rich Olin prepares to hit the
ball off of the first tee.
- Stan Law gently swings his club.
- Saturday - Wicket Stick
- Because Myrtle West was under water, the John Daily Wicket Stick
course was added as a replacement.
- Grip-it and rip-it.
- We have another beautiful day. It takes a little longer to get
home because we left from Wicket Stick in the south of Myrtle Beach.
- River levels are still slowly rising and sand bags were placed
along the highway to Conway.
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