Saturday, November 03, 2012

Golf Tour Continues - Hidden Hills

Last Sunday, we enjoyed a very nice, sunny, cool day at Hidden Hills Golf Course. It was VERY WINDY due to Hurricane Sandy leaving the area the day before.
This was by far the hardest golf course AA has played on.

“It's a classic Palmer course with lots of elevation, curves and contours in the fairways and quite a few holes where the best decision is to leave your
driver in the bag. You never really get tired of playing Hidden Hills because it requires such a variety of shots. Our greens are
mostly all elevated, so if you are going to get on the green, you will have to do it through the air.
That is what makes it one of the
most challenging courses in Florida.”
- Ted Hopkins, Head Golf Professional, Hidden Hills Country Club
It was an amazing day as AA plowed through a few misdirected shots and then recovered each time. She scored her best ever in a tournament - a 57!! It was great seeing her take pleasure and fun in making the best of each shot. And, yes, there are real hills here!

Just two more tournaments for the Fall Tour. So thankful for having this time with AA, Hubby and all the families participating!

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