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2012 NIGA Vice Chairman’s Tournament

Posted Monday, April 2nd, 2012 12:57 am GMT -5 in Golf, Work

Today was my second ever National Indian Gaming Association golf tournament, which was held on the Oak Glen course at Sycuan Resort outside of San Diego. We have a limited number of managers who golf, so I usually get invited by default (not that I’m complaining).

This course was a bit of a letdown after last year’s stellar course in Arizona, but we still had a good time. Our team played much better this time (8-under 64) and I hit one of my best par three tee shots ever, stopping four feet from the hole. We left before the results were compiled, but I imagine we were in the middle of the pack.

The grass types and overall condition of the course seemed average – it reminded me of something like a Bunker Hills in Minnesota. Sycuan’s peak weekend rates are listed at $79, so I guess that’s probably about right when you adjust for the cost of living differences.

More pictures after the jump.

Originally published by DK on April 2, 2012 at 12:57 am

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