Sunny, breezy day greets golfers in The WANADA Open
Some complained that the wind on the course hampered their golf scores when these same people would have had bad scores anyway, said WANADA Open chairman Tony Santy. The area forecast on WANADA Open day, last Wed., June 8, proved gusty on occasion, but nothing problematic for the golf tournament, per Mr. Santyês observation. The sunny skies and 70s temperatures most of the day delivered made-to-order golf weather for the WANADA Open, which the breeze, with its windy moments, didnêt set back, he said.
And, indeed, another successful WANADA Open goes down in dealer organization history, born out by the full complement of Open participants attending the reception and dinner, all of which took place at Lansdowne Resort in Virginia. Both championship courses were in use at Lansdowne: the Greg Norman and the Robert Trent Jones, where some in a dealersê tournament played their own ball instead of the captainês choice/best ball scoring in the General Tournament.Download Bulletin PDF