Tee to Green: Bulldog open raises money to support junior, high school golf
Bulldog great success
Thanks to all the players for participating in the Bulldog Open again this year. With a full field of players, the Bulldog raised over $15,000 to support Junior Golf and the Whitefish High School golf teams. The course does not charge a fee for the players in the Bulldog Open so all the proceeds go directly to benefit the free programs for junior golfers. This is just one of the many ways the Golf Course supports the local community through donations and volunteer hours by our staff. Our Board of Directors commit their time without compensation for the betterment of the operation, so hats off to all those current and past board members for sharing their talents and time.
Club Championship spots available
If you have not registered for the Whitefish Lake Golf Club Championship there is still time and space available to participate. The entry fee of $50 is all used for either food or prizes in all the various flights, including Men, Women, Seniors, and Super Seniors (over 700 and Junior Boys and Girls). There will also be a derby following the rounds on Saturday, Aug. 13.
How to finish a round.
Many times golfers become tired during the last few holes of a round. When we get tired, we tend to start to sway back and forth during the swing. Be aware that you may be tired, and make a slow-motion practice swing emphasizing the turn of your hips and shoulders in both directions. Your awareness and rehearsal will help you finish the round without falling apart the last few holes.