Not what you think

Golfer to caddie: “Why do you keep looking at your watch? I find it very distracting.”

Caddie: “It’s not a watch, sir – it’s a compass.”


Today and Tomorrow are your last two chances to play golf at Pine Valley for $25 18 holes w/cart after 12.

Book your tee time now online or give us a call at 330-335-3375


ST. ANDREWS, Scotland (AP) — Miguel Angel Jimenez became the first Spaniard to win the Senior British Open on Sunday, edging defending champion Bernhard Langer by one shot.

Jimenez dropped only one stroke en route to a final round 3-under 69 and ended on 12-under 276 at the historic Old Course.

Jimenez was following in famous footsteps as the second Spaniard to win at St. Andrews after Seve Ballesteros won the British Open in 1984.

“This is the place where everyone wants to win and the place where Seve won his second British Open,” Jimenez said. “It has always been my ambition to win here. It feels like I am part of history.”

The 54-year-old Jimenez played the sort of round every professional golfer dreams of on the final day at St. Andrews, and often in unpleasant — occasionally vicious — weather conditions.

Langer shot a 68 to come second.

Americans Kirk Triplett (69) and Scott McCarron (68) tied for third alongside Canada’s Stephen Ames (69). All three finished on 10 under.

Jimenez won the Regions Tradition in May, holding off a hard-charging Steve Stricker for his first senior major title.


Golf balls are like eggs.

They’re white.

Sold by the dozen.

And a week later you have to buy some more.

A golfer sliced a ball into a field of chickens, striking one of the hens and killing it instantly. He was understandably upset, and sought out the farmer. “I’m sorry,” he said, “my terrible tee-shot hit one of your hens and killed it. Can I replace the hen?”

“I don’t know about that,” replied the farmer, mulling it over. “How many eggs a day do you lay?”

Now through July 31st enjoy 18 holes w/cart for $25 and 9 holes w/cart for $15 from Noon to 6 pm.

You can book tee times online or call us at the clubhouse 330-335-3375

Do you know why there are tee markers on each tee. They are there so you know where you should start the hole from. There are usually 3 to 4 set of markers depending on your skill level. Red for the ladies, Gold for Seniors, White for amateur and average golfers and Blue for the professional or better golfers. Tee markers are moved around so that the teeing ground can recover and also to change the look and shape of a hole and give the golfer a different perspective. The greens keeper determines or a course personnel will determine the tee position. The golfers are not to move markers. So remember when you are playing the tees are positioned where they are for a number of reasons and not to punish you the golfer.

The married couple

As a couple approaches the altarthe groom tells his wife-to-be, “Honey, I’ve got something to confess: I’m a golf nut, and every chance I get, I’ll be playing golf!”

“Since we’re being honest,” replies the bride, “I have to tell you that I’m a hooker.”

The groom replies, “That’s okay, honey. You just need to learn to keep your head down and your left arm straight.”


  Saturday July 28th We will be closing early for a private event. The last tee               time will be 3 pm and tee times from 2 pm till 3 pm will be 9 holes only.                  Call and make your tee times at 330-335-3375


A fourball watched, intrigued, as a lone player played up short of the green they were on. As they teed off on the next they noticed him quickly chip on and putt out, before running up to their tee.

Sensing their bewilderment, he said, “Sorry, do you mind if I play through – I’ve just heard that my wife has had a terrible accident and may not make it!”