Monday, June 27, 2011


The Greenville High School Athletic Boosters will be holding a fundraising golf scramble on July 9 at the Greenville Golf Course with a 12:15 shotgun start.

The annual golf scramble is a fundraiser with proceeds helping to fund numerous worthy items for athletes and the community. Recent projects have included the continuation of the boosters’ annual scholarships, team sporting equipment, and renovations to Harmon Field.

The entry fee is $60/person or $50/GHS student on a four-person team. Entry fee includes 18 holes of golf, cart, food, and a door prize ticket.

There will be a team skins game and several skill contests on the course.

For entry forms and information, contact John Lockhart at 547-1722 or Don Lockhart at 548-0866. All entries must be received by June 30.


  1. Great fundraiser! I saw this picture last year and I've always wondered, "what is Wes wearing and where the hell are Ron's shoes?" I know them both so this is a joke! But seriously, where are his shoes?

  2. A nice day and nice grass.....why wear shoes?

  3. I realize this isn't related to the topic, but I find people's obsession with shoes a bit funny. Some people become horified seeing someone barefoot, acting as if there is broken glass everywhere. In reality, most of us have deformed toes due to wearing modern footwear from the time we were small children. There are some good illustrations online that depict a natural toe spacing.

    Shoe mythology is cracking though, as witnessed by the rapid growth of interest in barefoot running and exercise. There are even special shoes with thin soles and no heel that are designed to allow the foot to move as if it were bare, but still provide some protection. Practicers claim relief from all sorts of problems such as back, hip, knee, ankle, and foot pain. Some even swear it improves their performace.

    Although you won't find me running barefoot down Broadway any time soon, I do find this interesting and thought I'd share.


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