Sunnydale ladies ready to go golfing

April 2 first day of regular golf; official Opening Day is April 30

Spring has sprung, and Sunnydale Ladies Golf nine- and 18-holers are dusting off their shoes and shining up their clubs as April 2 is the first day of regular golf. Start time is 9 a.m.; sign up on the Ladies Board in the clubhouse entry hall.

Official Opening Day is April 30 with a nine-hole scramble, meeting and luncheon. Sign up for golf on the Ladies Board; sign up and pay for lunch at the bar by April 27. Lunch will be served after the meeting, approximately 12:30 p.m.

Come out and enjoy another fun-filled season at Sunnydale. Guests are always welcome.

– Sunnydale Ladies Golf


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