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Rotary President’s Cup Golf Tournament!
“The 2013 Rotary President’s Cup Golf Tournament was a great success thanks to our Sponsors, Golfers and hard-working Rotarians. The Snoqualmie TPC put on a first class event for us with the results being a generous donation to both Rotary First Harvest and the Mt. Si Food Bank.
Congratulations go to Matt Campbell and his team from the Mount Si Golf course who won the event and will be the inaugural names engraved on the Rotary Presidents Cup trophy. There was also a hole in one on 14, which has never been done in the history of the course.
Thank you to our Sponsors, Players, the TPC, Mt. Si Golf and each Rotarian for committing their time, money and support to this effort. The future for this event looks very bright.”
Service above self,
President, Snoqualmie Valley Rotary
This article was published by” The Pellucid Perspective” which I read on a regular basis. I could not agree more with the concept that game of golf is “Recreational” at it’s core. Why our industry has taken a game that is played for the sole purpose to “recreate” or “have fun” and made it so hard that it is no longer fun, cost too much to play and takes too long to play is beyond me?”
I applaud this article and sincerely hope that this same content ‘FLOODS” our industry that so desperately needs to grasp this concept…..the sooner the better!
Please take a few minutes and read this article if you are interested in repairing the “Greatest Game on Earth”. Perhaps “Pay it Forward?”
It is time for that spring tune up this year. Everybody needs one. This month, I would like to talk about some things that you might want to consider when looking for a golf instructor as well as some qualified golf professionals in the Snoqualmie Valley that I would recommend and endorse.
Take a golf lesson. Find a qualified golf professional and spend a little time and money on yourself and your golf game. Don’t go through another season like you did last year and hope that a bolt of luck comes down and strikes you in the head and makes you better. This will not happen. Sure you might hit some good shots every once in a while just like a blind mouse gets a piece of cheese every now and then.
Find an instructor that will enable you to know what you did wrong and what you did right.