Sixty players hit the course at Mountain Pride Park in Murrieta on Saturday for the 4th Annual Murrieta Ice Bowl, benefitting St. Martha’s Pantry. Glenn and Maxine Duncan and their crew of volunteers put on a great event, including pizza and beverages for players as they completed their rounds. Much appreciated!
The players were obviously dialed in on the “short tee to short basket” layout, but no doubt the mulligans were also flying as twelve players completed the
18-hole round with scores of 36 (that’s 18-under for you math-averse folks). Those twelve settled the question of overall champion with a dozen-player CTP contest from the parking lot, with Brad Smissen having the closest shot to walk away with the beautiful snowflake trophy.
Next stop on the Golden Sombrero Series is the senior event on the circuit, the Ice Bowl in Paradise at Chavez Ridge. Chavez is a non-mulligan event with a large field, many of whom are not regular Golden Sombrero participants, so we once again may see come shake-up in the standings. Also coming up is the Sycuan Ice Bowl on Sunday, Jan. 24th, which still has some spots open. Grab’em quick!