Wedgewood Happenings — 07.08.2021

The annual Wedgewood Cat & Dog Tournament will be held Saturday, July 31 at 8:30 AM and 1:00 PM and Sunday, August 1 at 1:00 PM.  Flights and prizes will be based on number of entries.  Cash prizes both men and women will be awarded on six holes. Cost is $45 per person and includes lunch.  Play all tee times by changing a partner. Rental carts are available and mulligans can be purchased.  Sign up sheets in the proshop or you can register by email at

A big thank you to Wedgewood members Jerry Dennis, Ted Noirfalise and John Cook for working on the course grounds transplanting grasses.  These guys have endured some hot, humid temperatures during their volunteer time.

On July 7th, the Wednesday Ladies League group traveled to the Mtn. View Municipal Course and enjoyed a round of 18 holes.  The course par is 72 and the team of Jackie Smith and Donna Jones won with a score of  70 with five birdies. The ladies had a relaxing lunch at the beautiful Viandel Vineyard.

Wedgewood leagues are playing as schedules permit — Ladies Mondays and Wednesdays at 9:30 AM; Men’s Tuesdays at 6 PM and Cat & Dog Fridays at 6 PM.  Non members can play for $5 and rental carts are available.  The Daily game plays at 1:30 PM with the exception of Mondays and normal green fee charges apply.

Wedgewood members Kevin Clary and Doug and Donna Jones recently visited the French Lick Resort in Indiana and enjoyed the beautiful Hoosier National Forest scenery.  The threesome played the challenging hilltop Pete Dye Course which features an 8,100 yard course and 40-mile panoramic views.  This course has hosted numerous professional events in recent years.  The Donald Ross Course built in 1917 and rated the #2 public course in Indiana  was also a challenging course with elevated greens and 80 flat bottom, deep, gnarly faced bunkers.  In 1924, Walter Hagen won the PGA Championship at this course.  The group also played the 9-hole Valley Links historic course built in 1907 by course designer Tom Bendelow.



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