This week, we were host to a Davida business function, as our President Mike put it, ‘Team Building Through Golf‘. They had a great time, and we definitely hope to have them back next year. Everyone had a great time, the weather was great, and the views of the Olympic Mountains and Mount Rainier were scrumptious. Some individuals worked on their golf game, while others got to experience the game for the first time.
More and more of you will be hearing about our events and corporate guests who visit us, since we are moving from being a purely golf and instruction facility, to becoming an entertainment facility specializing in group events in 2017. We endeavour to be a go to location in Pierce County for individuals, small, and large groups.
By the way, DaVita® ‘HealthCare Partners is Fortune 500 Corporation, is one of the US largest providers of dialysis, with over 2,200 outpatient centers patients including home-based dialysis services, provides inpatient dialysis in hospitals, and operates two clinical laboratories. Their HealthCare Partners division operates primary care clinics and physician practices in several states including Washington.
Special Olympics: The Omar Group has been coming to see us for quite some time. The Omar Group attempts to help those with special needs, to try to become more self-sufficient. They visit us once per month, hit some balls with or wide ranging Craig Kennedy, and then eat lunch in our grill.
We hope to see you next Thursday for what might be, the last steak night of the summer. Possibly we might follow up on September 1st, and will keep you posted. We now own and operate the restaurant again, and have made some changes to the restaurant and menu. You know the drill. Steak and choice of salad or fries, and ALL the balls you can hit, for $17.00. Starts at four and ends at eight pm.
Abby (18), Mike (58), Tanna (14)
Our President Mike really loves his family as he described here, in his fourth podcast, and while all kids are beautiful, BOTH the ‘Givens Girls‘ are completely beautiful. Mike had mentioned both girls on Facebook or in a golf setting such as this. We have been begging him for a photo of the two of them. He provided.
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‘It wasn’t the start Sumner’s Brian Thornton wanted — but it did not prevent him from the desired finish at the sun-baked Northwest Open at Wine Valley Golf Club in Walla Walla. Fending off challenges from Ephrata amateur Andrew Whalen, Thornton closed with a 4-under-par 68 on Wednesday to win the year’s final Northwest major championship by three strokes.
Thornton’s 17-under 199 total tied Derek Barron’s tournament record, set last year on this same layout. Whalen, a redshirt junior at Northwestern University, made a run with five back-nine birdies on his way to a final-round 65 for his best finish at this tournament. It was Thornton’s fourth Northwest major title — and second Northwest Open crown. He became the first multiple winner of this event since Blaine’s Jeff Coston (2000, 2007).’ Article continues in full, here.