Monday, May 18, 2015

Rotary Club Charity Golf Tournament - Ocala Golf Course


26 comments:

hamilton said...

That's a nice, orderly row of carts.

Bergson said...

nobody can walk ?

Lois said...

Looks like they had a great turnout!

Sylvia K said...

Quite a traffic jam and a great turnout indeed!!

magiceye said...

Beautiful perspective!!

Randy said...

Traffic jam!

Linda said...

Awesome!

Kay said...

The carts are all ready to go when the rest of the golfers arrive. Is it fashionable to be late to golf tournaments?

llandudnopictures said...

Looks like a buggy rally!

llandudnopictures said...

Looks like a buggy rally!

Andy said...

I always thought people went golfing for the exercise. ;)

Karl Demetz said...

Nice, looks like a train, where is the locomotive?

Weekend-Windup said...

Looks good...

Birdman said...

"Where's my driver? Oh, in my bag?... Sorry."

VP said...

I guess these are much better than scooters!

EG CameraGirl said...

;))

Birdman said...

Of course, I meant both limo and Calloway. Didn't make it clear enough. Ha!

Halcyon said...

Now this looks fun!

Judy said...

Looks like rush hour!

Sharon Anck said...

I used to work for a trade association that had two golf tournaments each year. One in Phoenix and one in Tucson. I'm so used to seeing these carts all lined up and ready to head out. I'm not sure any serious golfing ever took place. There was an awful lot of clowning and drinking to distract from the game.

William Kendall said...

Bergson thought the same thing as me: why aren't they walking?

Olivier said...

bonjour les embouteillages ;))

RedPat said...

Wow - does anyone walk?

cieldequimper said...

Vroom, vroom... Sorry, couldn't resist that!

Small City Scenes said...

Are you in that line up?


PS: I would just stay away from the crusty old mail box--err--bird box.
MB

PerthDailyPhoto said...

Waiting for the starters flag? That's quite a line up Lowell :) P has started playing golf again now that he's retired, he's loving it!

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