Saturday, May 29, 2010

Spanish Bay

On Friday morning, Jason had a 9:00am tee time at the Spanish Bay course. This course was at our resort so we just walked over to the clubhouse that morning. Jason was paired up with a father-son twosome from the Northeast who were super nice and made the day really fun. I'm not sure if my expectations were lower or the fact that it was the second day of golf, but I thought the Spanish Bay course was just as beautiful as Pebble Beach and felt alot more relaxing. The course ran right along the Pacific Ocean with 15 of the 18 holes being right on the water. The entire day was filled with stunning views and wildlife scampering around the course. We saw a ton of deer and several pretty birds and geese waddling around a pond on the course. Once again, I was the designated photographer and took a ton of pictures. Jason played well and shot a 95. The wind was brutal at Spanish Bay making the golfing more difficult and the air more chilly, but the sun was shining making it a gorgeous day to be outside. As soon as the round of golf was over, we headed back to our room, packed our stuff up, and checked out of the hotel. We were really sad to leave after a couple of great days but were also excited to enjoy the weekend in San Francisco. On our way back to San Fran we also drove through Stanford's campus and saw the golf course where Tiger Woods got his start. After a long morning of golf and a couple hour drive back to San Francisco, we were tired and just felt like hanging out so we got in our cozies and ordered room service, read, watched tv, and just relaxed. Enjoy the pics below from golfing at Spanish Bay. One more post to come on our weekend in San Fransisco!

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