|courtesy of the Dobson Museum|
|Barbara, Stephanie, Donna|
|Cliff hole at Dornick Hills|
A few weeks later on a cool spring day the opportunity arose for me to join the Trails Ladies team play event and travel to Dornick Hills in Ardmore, Ok. I was honored to represent The Trails at this unique golf course, and most of all to pay my homage to it's designer, Perry Maxwell, the same man who designed Prairie Dunes, my former home course. What a vision that man had to see a green sitting on top of this cliff, and on a par 5 going UP. My partner, and new golf friend Dawn Stork, and I played a dynamic
|The Dornick Hills team.|
Shortly after this trip my back decided I needed a rest, so for the last month I've taken it easy with therapy and ice packs. I played twice this last week (No woods) with new/old friends Ellen, Barbara, and Mary. Ellen and Barbara were my golf friends from the 90's when we were all teaching school and playing golf on weekends and summers together, and for a short time Mary's daughter dated our son Michael. What fun to be invited back into a group of friends who have good memories to share.
The songs are still in my head as I wonder down the fairways, singing and keeping my head clear to focus on the next shot. Thank you to all of my friends who are "silver and gold."
|Peggy celebrates her 2|
|Sue, Denise, Lois, and Betty|
Letty Stapp Watt, storyteller and historian