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 of rain.
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 computer monitor.
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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