Tuesday, November 9, 2010

Hidden Oaks Golf Course Hosts Museum Benefit

Doug Winter finishes off the 9th hole,
while Museum Director Gary Coombs waits.
The Hidden Oaks Golf Course hosted a special benefit day on Saturday, Aug. 21. The museum received 20% of all course revenues generated that day. Among the event’s participants were a number of museum notables, including Marc Bradley, Doug Winter and Director Gary Coombs.

Hidden Oaks Golf Course is a 9-hole, par 27 layout, located at 4760 Calle Camarada in Santa Barbara. Coincidentally, many years ago the property was the first home of the Goleta Valley Railroad Club.

Marc Bradley (right) and Dan Spiegle relax at the
Clubhouse after completing their round.

The museum is indebted to its good friends at the Hidden Oaks course for their cooperation and support in making this memorable fundraising event possible.
Hidden Oaks Manager/Pro Dave DeHeras
prepared this table display for the event.

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