Scenes from Old Head Golf Club

Studly Doright and his golf buddies played the beautiful course at Old Head on Sunday, not far from where the Lusitania was sunk off the coast of Ireland in 1915, having been torpedoed by  German forces. 

The course, according to Studly, featured an abundance of hazards and a flair for the dramatic. All along the fairways signs advised players to abandon any balls that fell too close to the cliffs lest players find themselves tumbling down the rocks into the Atlantic. I’m pleased to report that all eight men returned safely to the clubhouse. 

Lighthouse at Old Head


That’s Studly bringing up the rear. He shot an 81 on this challenging course.


We call ourselves Eight Mire Mná which roughly translates to Eight Great Women.

Author: nananoyz

I'm a semi-retired crazy person with one husband and two cats.

8 thoughts on “Scenes from Old Head Golf Club”

  1. Wow. An 81… out there? Studly must be, or damn close to a, scratch golfer. And your lady crew looks like all are itching to start some trouble.

    Regards,
    Palmer Snead
    Double Bogey, Delaware

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