It was a tough day at Scioto. Mike shot 79, and really from a spectator’s point of view it looked like every hole was hard. Narrow, deep rough, tough greens. Windy most of the day. But all had a good time, and Mike’s group–which was combined 40 over par–was all smiles leaving the 18th green. It was hard golf–but it was golf, and it was fun.
Mike had 2 great partners this day–MB, who cheered him on . . . .
And his trusted caddie English Mike, who pointed the way all day “No no it’s this way Mike.”
Mikes hit some great shots.
Made a couple birdies . . .
Hit a couple into his crowd of adoring fans . . .
Speaking of which, we endured near Batann Death March conditions–miles of lush grass, water that was sometimes a little tepid, purple Gatorade (prefer a primary color) and AC in the hospitality tent that was way too cold after the 90 degree heat. But we fought through it.
So tomorrow is a new day–9:15 a.m. Tee time. Will check in then.