Congratulations to Wedgewood members Charlie Blackwell and Randy Emery, lst place Championship Flight in the Cabool Kiwanis Tournament held Saturday, August 24th. Morning golfers played through the drizzle and afternoon players had great golfing temperatures in the low 70’s.
Men’s league results for August 27th included Chanan Boatright, lst place. CTP winners were Kevin Clary, hole 2; Doug Jones, hole 5 and Trent Jones, hole 7. Skin winners included Jeremy Hannaford holes 2 and 8; Doug Jones, hole 4 and Trent Jones, hole 6. Ladies league played both sessions this week — Monday morning and Wednesday evening — which has been unusual this season due to weather conditions and busy schedules. Evening league times will be bumped up a bit in order to finish the rounds before dark. A hint of Fall is in the air with cooler temperatures; leaves, nuts and pinecones are beginning to fall around the course; and flocks of geese are flying north.
Saturday, September 14 is the Kathy Noirfalise Memorial Lady Scramble beginning play at 9:00 a.m. For additional information and to sign up visit the proshop or call 417.926.5374 or Michelle at 417.259.9444.
The new member fall special is in effect and includes full family membership until April 1, 2021. The price is $525 for persons not previously a member in the past three years. To get this deal full payment only and no ACH payment. For additional information visit the Wedgewood pro shop or call 417.926.5374.
Wedgewood History Files, September 9, 1968 — Many attend Wedgewood Country Club dedication with Congressman Richord Ichord of the 8th District gave the dedication address. Ichord notes that Wedgewood, a fine new recreational facility, is among the first of its kind in the Ozark Foot Hills and initially paves the way for continued improvements to rural area living in the “Top Of The Ozarks” area. “Cabool and Mtn. Grove are fortunate, indeed, to have this fine new facility in their backyards. If we are to be a whole and happy people, the serenity of nature should touch our daily and weekly lives.”