Bird Homestead golf slowly winding down

  • By Kelsey Slough
  • Thursday, September 3, 2015 12:03am
  • Sports

Golf season is coming to an end, so be sure you get in your last few rounds of golf before it is too late. Bird Homestead golf course is continuing their daily specials. Monday $1 a hole, Thursday buy a round, bring a friend for a free round, and don’t forget ladies night on Wednesday, Men’s night on Tuesday. NEW TIME will begin this Tuesday and Wednesday, Sept. 8 and 9. New tee time will be at 6 p.m. We enjoy seeing new faces out here for fun golf.

Mens Night

On Tuesday night there were 26 men for a fun night. Roy bird was on fire for the evening, not only did he get pure birdie on hole No. 5, he also got long drive. Chris Rich hit an amazing shot on hole No. 6, winning him closest to. On hole No. 8, Ken Ubben hit a great tee shot getting closest to. In first place with an incredible 3-under par were Hans Brans, Ryan Ellis, PZ and Greg Harrington.

Ladies Night

We had a great group of women for ladies night last Wednesday night. Faith Link was a force to be reckoned with. Not only did she have an awesome drive, winning long drive, she was the star of her two-man team winning first place with Pat Bird.

Upcoming Tournaments

The eighth annual Bird/Birch Association tournament will be held Sunday, Sept. 13. Sign up with your course, entry forms are at both Bird and Birch clubhouse.

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