The mock orange bush has been beautiful this spring but the pretty white flowers are fading. This huge bush is located near hole 4 green and gets its name because the flowers look and smell like orange blossoms. A killdeer is nesting on the ground near the Wedgewood drive. If you get near the nest, the pair begin luring you away by shrilling loudly and acting injured by faking a broken wing.
Check out the Wedgewood review and photos at mogolftour.com The Missouri Golf Tour website has been updated and gives reviews of local courses.
Men’s League results for May 30th include CTP winner Frank Proctor on hole 5. Skin winners were Shelby Gray, hole 1; Dusty Schober, hole 2; John Cook, hole 6 and Doug Jones, hole 9. Chase Jones and Frank Proctor tied for 1st place.
Wednesday Women’s league first-place winners were Jody Jarrett and Donna Jones, and second-place winners were Margie and Melanie Cook. Mary Kaps had CTP on holes 2 and 7, and Jody Jarrett had CTP on Hole 5. During Monday Women’s League Mary Auen had a MOB (my own birdie) on Hole 7 and Mary Kaps had CTP on Hole 2.
Friday Cat & Dog winners were 1st place John and Margie Cook and 2nd place was Kevin Clark and Pam Griffin. Doug Jones had CTP on hole 5 and the women’s CTP will carryover.
Plan to play in the Wedgewood 18-Hole 2-Person Scramble June 24. Tee times available at 8:00 AM and 1:00 PM. Senior tees for 60, 70 and 80 year olds. The cost is $45 per person ($90 per team) and includes lunch. Play more than once with a different partner. Flights and prizes will be determined by the number of participants but guaranteed 60% cash payout. Carts are available for rent and mulligans will be available. Cash sponsor prizes for longest drive, straightest drive and closest to the curve. Sign up in the pro shop or call 417.926.5374.
Tiffany Brill, Wedgewood member, is planning a Wedgewood junior golf league. Sessions should start in a couple weeks. Watch the Wedgewood Happenings for details.