Thanks T, and the group, as always both Justin and myself appreciate it.
TST SoCal 2014 Summer Outing - Saturday, August 9th @ Encinitas Ranch - Page 7
Here are the groups:
Remember that we are playing modified stableford and everybody gets 80% of their course handicap. The best 3 scores on each hole count.
In case anybody doesn't remember, the scoring is as follows.
Double Bogey - 0
Bogey - 1
Par - 2
Birdie - 3
Eagle - 5
Albatross - 7
Here is the scorecard for the course if anybody is curious...
I would love to. I'll be leaving Lake Forest ... unsure yet when, but I can meet you for breakfast near the course if you'd like. I haven't been there before, but I'm up for just about anything reasonable for breakfast.
Wait, what??? I thought you lived up in LA. Are you my neighbor now??
The freeway exit off the 5 (that's right @jamo , it's "the" 5 ;)) is Leucadia Blvd. I can't remember, but I don't think there is anything there except a gas station. I think your best bet might be to just take Leucadia up past the course about 1/2 mile to El Camino Real. There are two large shopping centers on the west side of ECR on either side of Leucadia there. One of them is bound to have a decent breakfast place, I would think. (Just scanning the overhead of google maps shows, at the very least, a Starbucks, a Coffee Bean, and an Einsteins bagels)
If you guys are looking for sit-down, at the corner of El Camino and La Costa is a place called the Broken Yolk Cafe. Looks fun ... http://thebrokenyolkcafe.com/index.php?module=cms&action=menu&name=menu
I imagine there is a Dennys or IHOP nearby too, but I can't find one.
Pakoh, Jason and I are carpooling from my house, and I don't think we're going to be leaving quite early enough to stop for breakfast, so we'll see you all on the range.
It looks like our drive is just under two hours?
We are planning to stop and eat so if there is a time and place let me know we will be there?
I wish, but no, I'm staying with friends; among other reasons, it cuts down the drive on Saturday morning; as +hacker101 points out, it's two hours from where I live, but just under an hour from my friends' place in Lake Forest.
I'm fine with that. Let me know when.
LOL!!! Me too! Looking at Google Maps, I think we're fairly safe. No houses too terribly close. Cars, OTOH, may be in trouble. 1 and 18 both appear to border Leucadia, which is a fairly busy road. Good news is that hooks will be required on those holes to hit cars ... slices will be safe. (Cept for @Lihu )