Golf... Day Two At Quail Lodge

Golf is a lot of walking, broken up by disappointment and bad arithmetic.

We Could Not Pass Up A Second Round At Quail Lodge!

Day 1 - 9/14/2007   |    Day 2 - 9/17/2007

Nope... Instead of heading out Monday morning, we got up and did 18 holes ad then headed for Saratoga.  We had a wonderful vegetarian sandwich at Edgar's...  Thanks' to Kimea's suggestion!

Off We Go

The HEad
Day two begins with the warm up

First Hole Jitters

She's Going!
One long hole starts the day!

Tomato Fest Is Disappearing

   On Our Way
The Tomatofest site is being torn down

Sixth Hole

   Fest Is Very Close
Only twelve more to go!

Bye Till Next Year

We could not have asked for better weather

Beautiful Sky

Beautiful Girl!
The birds just stare in amazement when Paul attempts to hit the ball!


Great Condition
Gardens everywhere

Getting Close

Paul's Place
The emergency telephone

Ninth Hole

The 9th hole leads on past a bar and a mandatory brew

10th Hole Bridge

   Under It We Went
Through the tunnel to the 10th hole and the canyon

10th Hole Tiger

10th Hole Tiger
Need to have your fairway equally divided? Call "The Divider"


Go Girl
Long and narrow.. mountain on one side and creek on the other


Stopped for a photo op!


Crossing the famous "Teasing Bridge"

The Bridge

The Bridge
One cart at a time!


Time to wash some balls!


Ready, Aim, Fire!
Everything was so green and lush... especially Paul

On A Hill

Great View
Don;t sleepwalk in this house!

We Completed the Course And Are on Our Way To Saratoga

The Car

Fall Is Coming
The "Silver Bullet" awaits us



A Little Drinkie

But first a little libation is needed

It's Time

Did You Know? - Golf is a sport in which individual players or teams of players strike a ball into a hole using several types of clubs. Golf is one of the few ball games that does not use a fixed, standardized playing field or area; defined in the Rules of Golf as "playing a ball with a club from the teeing ground into the hole by a stroke or successive strokes in accordance with the Rules."

The first game of golf for which records survive was played at Bruntsfield Links, in Edinburgh, Scotland, in A.D. 1456, recorded in the archives of the Edinburgh Burgess Golfing Society, now The Royal Burgess Golfing Society.

Golf is a very old game of which the exact origins are unclear. The origin of golf is open to debate as to being Chinese , Dutch or Scottish . However, the most accepted golf history theory is that this sport originated from Scotland in the 1100s.

That's the official line...Paul knows that it is actually a type of torture conducted o weak individuals who submit to the punishment, often with new words not normally found in the Webster's Dictionary!

Day 1 - 9/14/2007   |    Day 2 - 9/17/2007