Latest News & Updates as of 6/17/2018
by Pat French, Chapter President

June in Southern California took us to Talega Golf Course in San Clemente on Sunday 6/3 for the most beautiful day of golf anyone could ever hope for. We had perfect 73 degree weather with a fabulous ocean breeze. Two foursomes took advantage of the $60 rate. Everyone headed over to Sun Dried Tomato after golf for an early dinner, drinks, and laughs. We are already working on getting us back to Talega in September.

Next we went to Coyote Hills in Fullerton on Saturday, June 16. This is the first time we have been to Coyote Hills in quite some time. We had 16 people take advantage of our $80 rate on a cool 68 degree day. After golf we all headed into Fullerton to one of our favorite haunts, Stubrikís Steakhouse, for a great dinner, drinks, and more comradery. I will try to get us back at Coyote Hills again in the fall.

Going forward, we have planned our golf events through September and have members working on our fall line-up now. Please send us any ideas you have for golf or dinner locations.† In July Pam (pmcfadden@hotmail.com] will be handling our events. Pam is bringing the group to Strawberry Farms in Irvine on Sunday, 15 July, at her memberís rate of $90. John has arranged for us to play Tustin Ranch in Tustin on Sunday, 29 July, for his memberís rate of $79. August has us back at Skylinks in Long Beach on Sunday, August 12, thanks to John Isley, and at Mile Square Classic Course in Fountain Valley on Saturday, 25 August. In September we will play Oak Creek in Irvine on Sunday, 9 September, and we will be back at Talega in San Clemente on Sunday, 23 September. We welcome any ideas for future events, so just send us your suggestions.

Thanks to everyone that helps to make the LA/OC ASGA chapter so much fun. We appreciate ideas from our members for golf events, dinners, or other social activities. Our website calendar has the details for events planned so far; www.LA-OrangeCounty.SinglesGolf.com.

Look forward to seeing you on the links through the summer months.

Pat

Pat French