The Richmond Register


October 9, 2012

GLENMORE: Golf action stops for weekend



Upcoming events

Saturday at Berea Country Club – The Kentucky National Guard Memorial Berea Blast Scramble. Entry fee is $40 per player or $160 per team and includes cart, green fees, free food and beverage on the course during play, then dinner on Saturday night.  Team prizes: First - $400; second — $200 and third — $120. On Friday, at 5:00 until dusk “Meet and Greet” and putting contest.  All proceeds to benefit Kentucky National Guard Memorial Fund. For info call 859-986-7141.

Saturday, Oct. 20 – The Third “Now” Tournament at Gibson Bay on the Short Course. Entry fee is $20 per person or $80 per team plus two cans of food or two household items like laundry detergent or toilet paper. Three different divisions this year – Men, women and an adult with a child (12 years or under). Lots of prizes!  Registration and coffee and donuts 9 a.m. with tee time 10 a.m. shotgun start. This is for a fund-raiser for Health Now and Grace Now. Two local organizations that help Madison County and are manned by all volunteer help. All donations are appreciated and needed. To register call Glenmore Jones at 623-0970 or Carolyn Jones at 248-4273 or e-mail at


Friday, Nov. 2 at BGAD pioneer Golf Course – Day-Night Scramble. Entry fee is $35 entry fee and includes 18 holes golf, cart and lunch. Format is nine holes starting at 5:30 p.m. then lunch and last nine holes after dark using glow balls and flagsticks.  Fun event, for info call 779-7222.

Final thought

Happiness doesn’t depend on what we have, but it does depend on how we feel toward what we have. We can be happy with little and miserable with much — William Hoard.

If you have any golf stories, holes-in-one or tournaments to tout, e-mail me at

Until next time … live, love, laugh and learn, Glenmore.

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