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SAC Golf Weekend,
Golf d'Omaha Beach

Friday September 24th - Sunday September 27th

Kiwi Cup - Saturday September 25th

Overall winner - Mary Rosset

1st Mary Rosset - 44
2nd Penny Tagher
3rd Jenny Pratt

et al

1st Peter Hall - 36
2nd Fraser Anderson
3rd Dougie Anderson
4th Patrick Tyrrell
5th Neil Anderson
  et al

Sunday September 26th - Texas Scramble

(Each player's drive to be taken on 3 or 4 occasions to spread the fun around)

Following breakfast(*) there was a Texas Scramble competition. The following are the provisonal (scrambled) results.

1st - Ali Fahmy, Penny Tagher, Sue Hall (Net 49)
2nd - Jenny Pratt, John Willatts, Michael Dean (Net 50)
3rd= - Ian Jones, Peter Hall and Claude Jacques and
Neil Anderson, Joyce Jacques and Amina Fahmy (Net 52)

*Texas Scramble Breakfast Recipe
(1 serving)
  • 1/2 cup new red potatoes -- cooked & cubed
  • 1 Tbsp butter
  • 1/8 tsp. garlic powder
  • 1 green onion -- sliced
  • 1/4 lb. sausage -- browned & drained well
  • 1/4 lb. Canadian Bacon or regular bacon
  • 1/2 each red & green bell peppers -- diced
  • 3 eggs -- beaten
  • Black pepper to taste
  • Dash of Spanish paprika
  • 1/2 cup Cheddar cheese -- shredded
  • 1/2 cup Monterey Jack cheese -- shredded
  • 1/4 cup milk
In a non-stick skillet, place butter, garlic powder and cooked potatoes over medium heat for 1 to 2 minutes.

In a separate bowl, add black pepper, paprika and milk to beaten eggs and pour mixture over the potatoes.

Scramble eggs, constantly lifting with fork to keep eggs fluffy and to ensure even cooking throughout. Top with sausage, ham, green onion slices, bell peper and cheese. Cover and cook about 1 to 2 minutes to allow cheese to melt.

Serve over flour tortilla in warm plate and add salsa to side.

The Omaha Album

No photos available - if you have any let me know.

Location details

La Ferme Saint Sauveur
Tel. 02 31 22 12 12
Fax: 02 31 22 12 13
*Website: www.best-channel-golfs.com
ou www.omahabeachgolfclub.com
* E-mail: omahabeach@best-channel-golfs.com

* Just a word of caution. You should perhaps not visit the www.omahabeachgolfclub.com web site unless you speak Farsi or play the piano. Seeing a connection between the site's contents and golf, despite the name, requires massive prior personal indulgence in "substances" that may be as illegal and damaging to your health as they are consciousness enhancing.
Similarly I would not e-mail them, in view of the contradiction between the published spellings of their web and their email domains. Let it be added that the "best-channel-golf" web address seems to lead nowhere either. Please go and play another 18 while that mess gets sorted.

The course

Three nine hole courses: "La Mer" with a mother of a view from the cliffs overlooking the sea, rendered sometimes 'challenging' owing to the 1/2 gale that blows on 357 days a year; "Le bocage", swamp, enough said; and lastly "L’Etang", the pond. Just the one so you can't miss it!



E.mail: H1215@accor-hotels.com
Web: www.mercure.com

Just near the golf course, 74 rooms new style and decoration, fitness center, hammam, sauna, swimming pool/water hazard (lateral) and tennis. Bar-pub «The fairway», restaurant «L’albatros» (sea food and fish), la «Brasserie» (snack).



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