2011 Avalon Ball Golf Page Five

Time for a little golf...

Let's Hit The Greens... Before They Hit Us

Avalon Ball 2011
Page 1 - Overview | Page 2 - Trip Over /Pre-Dinner Activities | Page 3 - Friday Dinner
Page 4 - Saturday Breakfast | Page 5 - Saturday Golf | Page 6 - To The Roof | Page 7 - Dressed To Go
Page 8 - Saturday Dinner | Page 9 - The Dance | Page 10 - After The Dance | Page 11 - Coming Home


Headem up, Move 'um out


Bob wanted to know why they would not allow him to use his own cart


The Blue Team is ready t go


Love the hat Herbie

Warming Up


Donna observes the activities


The range boy picks up the balls


Nope! He has a laser zapper


We are lined up to start


"Say what???"


E-w-w-w-w-h


The driving range

Let The Game Begin


Whomp....


M-m-m-m-m This is a tricky hole


The ball literally flew over the edge and landed in front of the green


John got the ball over the edge.... We think


It's battery powered so they have to make the putt-putt sounds manually


Oh oh...

We Finally Made It To The Fairways


Watch out on the green


Casey is up to bat The crowds are quiet

Flowers Lined The Course


The flowers are beautiful


We heard the squeeling of brakes and smell of burnt rubber.... John was at the wheel


Shirely decides jogging is safer


Hotrod John


Yeah Irene.... Green on eight....


"No... You may not have my snacks"


Bob makes a great shot onto the green


Green NOT happy about this situation


Ground Squirrel watches carefully

Did You Know? - The ground squirrels are those members of the Sciuridae most closely related to the genus Marmota. They make up the tribe Marmotini in the large and mainly terrestrial squirrel subfamily Xerinae, and containing six living genera. Well-known members of this largely Holarctic group are the marmots (Marmota), including the American groundhog, the chipmunks, the susliks (Spermophilus), and the prairie dogs (Cynomys). They are highly variable in size and habitus, but most are remarkably able to rise up on their hind legs and stand fully erect comfortably for prolonged periods. They also tend to be far more gregarious than other squirrels and many live in colonies with complex social structure.

 


Winner of the "Fat Boy" content


Paul worries about the trip back


We made it..... Time for the roof

Let's Head For The Roof

Avalon Ball 2011
Page 1 - Overview | Page 2 - Trip Over /Pre-Dinner Activities | Page 3 - Friday Dinner
Page 4 - Saturday Breakfast | Page 5 - Saturday Golf | Page 6 - To The Roof | Page 7 - Dressed To Go
Page 8 - Saturday Dinner | Page 9 - The Dance | Page 10 - After The Dance | Page 11 - Coming Home