Wedgewood Happenings — 10.31.2016

Fall leaves are falling fast but it is beautiful golfing weather — perfect temperatures, nice sunshine but a little breezy some days. Question: How long should you spend clearing leaves from a green to hit a putt? Anwer: You may take as long as you need provided you don’t unduly delay play. Please be mindful of the group behind you.  Golf Digest , Nov 2016

Wedgewood hosted a twilight golf event Friday, October 28 at 6:30 p.m. The sunset was beautiful and the temperature was low 70’s and upper 60’s making for a fantasitc evening of golf. John and Margie Cook won 1st place; Kevin Clary and Jody Jarrett placed 2nd and Adam Howe and Todd Ferguson placed 3rd. The next evening golf event will be Friday, November 11 at 6:00 p.m. Come join us for a fun, relaxing game of glo golf. 

The clubhouse will close for the season Monday, October 31 but the course will continue to be open daily and will operate on the honor system for green fees.  Green fee golfers are asked to use the mail slot at the proshop door.  

Scott requests golf carts be kept off the Bermuda fairways to help prevent winter kill and thanks in advance to all that respect the request.   Preparation for the 2017 season will begin now.  You can submit your ideas and suggestions at    

I hope you have lots of great golfing days throughout the fall, winter and spring.

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