My Player Is Moira Dunn
Four under today. I’d rather be red, than dead. Or is that vice versa?
A special day… was spoiled by the reckless and immature behavior of a contingent of European caddies who participated in yesterday’s annual State Farm Looper Loop (2010 post if you wish to see what the event is about). One guy deliberately went against the traffic tempting a head-on collision. Another rammed a car that was being righted off the guardrail by a staff member risking injury to his person. But the most egregious and cowardly act came when one of them threw beer at an American contestant during the race. The driver exited the car and confronted the hooligans demanding to know who did it. All parties involved played deaf and dumb. If this is the best you got guys, please deny us the displeasure of your company next time.
I usually post a picture of the winner but he and his friends don’t deserve the recognition.
It just so happens that a meeting concerning more perks/activities for the caddies was held this week. Perfect timing.
Where have all the players gone… Heard they went through the entire alternate list to fill the field. One player, who was ready to tee it up in the Cincinnati Futures event, got the call last night and hopped in her car and and took to the road. She didn’t fare very well today. Very understandable. Never seen the course and no experienced caddie to guide her around.
The fix was in? No, just the luck of the draw. The hubby of Kate Peters (State Farm Classic Executive Director) got to play with Michelle Wie in the pro-am.
A special day today: It happened once again. Another year gone by and I’m swamped with a multitude of birthday wishes and gifts. A cake, new laser ( I’m counting it as a b’day present) and the best of all, a red four for Moira’s total. Thanks to all for your birthday salutations.
The unique cake below was on it’s way to being devoured when I departed this afternoon. It was half chocolate and half yellow but the singularity of the greeting is what makes it special. “Birthday” was spelled “Birthdzy” and it looks as if I have just a single friend in Springfield. Oh well.
A Sam’s Cub Discount Special?
A special day tomorrow: Time to honor our brave men and women in uniform.