Sparrow Point

 

Three weeks prior to our outing Annette and I didn't know what to expect

and if we even would be able to serve food.  Fortunately, things opened up 

in our county and we were able to invite everyone back spreading them out

on our deck, under it, on the lawn and on the pier maintaining social 

distancing.  We again had our chef prepared food with him serving it as

well with most able to take more food home with them.

 

As for the golf, this was the first time at this course which is less than a 

mile from our place.  They are undergoing a transition, closing one of their

3 nines and incorporating some of those holes into the 18 holes which

resulted in some getting lost trying to find the next hole since not all of the

new signage is in place yet.  They want to sell off several hundred lots

and put some of that money into course improvements.  Some of our

brave golfers found the course quite challenging, especially since the 

women's tees measured 5,623 yards.  It started out a little humid, but

cooled down nicely later in the round and afterwards at our home.

 

We did not know what to expect in attendance, but interest was so much

so, that I had to secure an 8th tee time and still had a waiting list.  We 

want to thank everyone for attending especially those of you who trekked

long distances from DC and northern Virginia.  We hope we treated 

everyone to a good time and getting back to some kind of normalcy for 

at least one afternoon.

 

Your hosts, George Salmon & Annette McGuire