Saturday afternoon golf enthusiasts met at Hill Top Equine Therapy for their 4th Annual Pasture Golf Tournament. In a special twist, the teams of four used an assortment of various “clubs” such as canes and sticks to hit tennis balls into the holes.
“It was such a pretty day that I think the weather was almost too nice,” Director Dan Corr said, adding that they they had a great turnout and raised more than $850 for the United Way of South Central Oklahoma.
“The United Way has been such a great source of support for us, so we always try to do as much as we can to help them out,” Corr said.
Next year he hopes the event will grow even larger.
“It’s a little hard to present,” Corr said. “Lots of people think you have to be on a horse to compete and that’s not the way it is.”
He said next year he really wants to make that clear to everyone who may be interested in joining.
After the golf contest was complete, Corr offered horse -drawn hay rides around the ranch and a hot dog roast for everyone in attendance.
“I think that everyone who came out had a really good time,” Corr said.