The Logos Golf Ministries Pro Am will be held at Dundonald links on Thursday 28th September and we are now officially open for team entries.
The price for a team of 3 players will be £350 and this entitles you to breakfast on arrival, 18 holes on the 2017 Scottish Open venue with an experienced PGA professional plus dinner. Please bear in mind this is a great price for the venue as most Pro-Ams cost around £450- £500 at your average members club.
For those who would like to book a team please contact me by email Vincent Brown at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 07590 588730 and I will then instruct you on the payment procedure. All payments are to be made before 31st May 2017 and prompt payment is appreciated.
There are limited places for this event so please enter as soon as possible to reserve your team. I look forward to welcoming you to Dundonald on the day and thank you for your support.
Vincent Brown, Logos Golf Ministries Ambassador to the Tartan Tour in Scotland
Dundonald Links named as 2017 Aberdeen Asset Management Scottish Open venue
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I was in two minds whether to play at this event as I had not been well with a chest infection and my body was still trying to recover. After a very restless sleep I woke to a beautiful morning and although my mind was saying not to go my heart wanted to play. Dundonald is a future Scottish Open venue and a great test of golf so I did not want to miss it.
On arrival it was such a calm day without a cloud in the sky which is very unusual for the west coast. I was really looking forward to playing but as I got started I just didn’t feel right and my body was not working the way it should. My playing partners were Colin and John from Glasgow and I got the opportunity to share about the Ministry on the 1st hole as we walked up the fairway. John was intrigued about how I had come back to my faith and was working with Logos whereas Colin wasn’t too bothered. It’s funny how most people ask what course Logos Golf Ministries is attached to and when I give the full answer you can tell by the look on their face whether they are interested or just plain scared.
As we continued, the sun shone brightly in the vast stretch of uninterrupted blue and it was a sight to behold above a fantastic course. Any other time I would have been in my element but my body was not coping well and I had to resign myself to the fact that I was not in a fit state to continue playing. I forced myself to get to the 9th hole and then made my apologies to the guys as I retired. As I made my way back to the clubhouse, which thankfully was not far, I was annoyed that I was not able to finish but I think I was more annoyed that I did not listen to myself when I knew I really shouldn’t have played.
As I drove home I kept telling myself how stupid I was for going and what a waste it was. Even when I got home I started complaining to my wife about what a bad decision I had made and then she put things in perspective for me before I fell completely into that pit of self pity. She said “Yes, you probably shouldn’t have gone, but at least you tried and that’s all you could do.” It took a while to sink in but she was right. I gave it a go and it didn’t quite work- Ok, move on.
There is nothing worse than feeling sorry for yourself and it can be so easy to do. I am thankful I was able to manage the 9 holes and get the chance to share with the guys. I now look forward to the final event of the season at Preswick in November and the next step forward.
Please pray for those mentioned in this report,
In his service,
Vincent Brown, Logos Golf Ministries Ambassador and PGA Professional playing on the Tartan Tour
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