A single winner will be randomly picked from all entries with five correct answers. One entry per person. Please make sure to email your answers to firstname.lastname@example.org by April 15. Winner receives a Pottawatomie Golf Course Punch Card. Remember, you can't win if you don't enter!
All 5 Questions this month will have a common theme...Arnold Palmer!
What year did Arnold Palmer win the U.S. Amateur?
What college did Arnold Palmer attend?
What was the first Major Championship Arnold Palmer won, and the year?
Arnold Palmer has a grandson that turned Pro in 2008, what is his name?\
Arnold Palmer was the first golfer to be awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom and the second golfer to be awarded the Congressional Gold Medal. Who was the first golfer to be awarded the Congressional Gold Medal?
All Season Pass Holders are entitled to $2 off a riding cart fee each visit and
one (1) complimentary "Bring A Guest" 9-hole round of golf.
Ages 18 & under
*These passes entitle the holder to unlimited golf throughout the 2018 golf season during general play times during weekdays, weekends and holidays.
**These passes entitle the holder to unlimited golf throughout the 2019 golf season during general play times on weekdays only (not including holidays).
Ages 19-59 pass can be added on to Ages 19-59 pass only
Ages 60+ pass can be added on to Ages 19-59 or Ages 60+ passes
***An Add-On Season Pass entitles the holder to the same benefits as the pass it is added on to. Must live in same household.
Golfing Season is in 'Full Swing!'
Happy April everyone! David Maas, Bill Farrell, Bill Troyer and Earl Smith were the first couple of groups off the first tee to start the 2019 golfing season. Things are still a little soggy along the river; I'm hoping we don't get the typical
"April showers that bring May flowers!"
Earl Smith, Bill Farrell, David Maas, & Bill Troyer (L-R)
We especially need t
hings to dry up in the area in front of the #5 tee so we can start the prep work of converting that area from mowed turf into a native plants. In the last 5 years, that area has been under water, or extremely wet more than it has been dry, so why keep fighting Mother Nature. It wants to be wet, so let's plant things that like it wet! This conversion will take place over the next three years. We are hoping to plant phase one in June.
The scaffolding is up around the "Old Oak" and it's ready for carving. If scheduling and weather come together, carving will start next week. Check
Facebook for updates.
As for the grounds crew, we are still working on course clean-up and over-seeding fairways, tees and rough before we get into our usual mowing routine. Restrooms will be open by April 1.
We wish everyone a wonderful golfing season. Hope to see you soon!