After we drove the golf course again and more rain currently falling the golf course will be closed tomorrow Friday August 31st. We do not think that experience would be enjoyable without the golf course being able to be mowed as well as cart path only. Thank you for understanding as many courses are in the same boat.

Bob Harig, ESPN | Published August 30, 2018

Tiger Woods on Thursday called 2018 one of the best years of his professional golf career, which has spanned more than 20 years.

The 14-time major champion has not added to his total of 79 PGA Tour victories this year, but considering all the doubts about his ability to come back from a fourth back surgery — including his own — it had him looking at the season in a far different way than he would have in the past.

“This has been one of my best years, considering that I didn’t know what I was going to do; I just didn’t have a clue,” Woods said at TPC Boston, where the Dell Technologies Championship begins Friday. “The fact that I’ve been able to make it this far is very exciting to me. I have a bright future ahead of me because at this point last year, that wasn’t the case, didn’t know.”

Woods, 42, is in the midst of a three-tournament run of FedEx Cup playoff events. He is coming off a tie for 40th at The Northern Trust, has this week’s Dell Technologies and is guaranteed a spot in next week’s BMW Championship outside Philadelphia.

Although Woods dropped five spots in the FedEx Cup standings to 25th, he is one decent tournament in the next two weeks away from qualifying for his first Tour Championship since 2013. The top 30 players after the BMW make it to East Lake in Atlanta for the season-ending tournament. Woods won FedEx Cup titles in 2007 and 2009.

After a poor putting week at Ridgewood Country Club, Woods said he spent some time on that aspect of his game this week, although he did little else. The idea at this point is to conserve energy for his longest stretch of golf in more than five years.

“The hardest part is I didn’t have any inkling of what this year might be,” Woods said. “Normally if I have a good offseason or feel healthy, I can reasonably expect what might happen the following year. This year was a complete unknown. I didn’t know if I was going to play. I didn’t know how many events I was going to play, what swing I was going to use. And a lot of adjustments on the fly.”

Although it’s been five years since Woods played in this tournament, he has had good success at TPC Boston going back to his first appearance in 2003. In nine appearances, Woods was outside the top 11 just twice, with a victory, two second-place finishes and a third.

He begins play Friday at 8:51 a.m. off the 10th tee with Marc Leishman and Chez Reavie.

This will be Woods’ 16th tournament of the year, and he has had five top-10 finishes, including two runner-ups.

“The thing for me is to just to keep getting there in the mix, keep getting there on the back nine with a chance to win,” Woods said. “I responded well at Valspar [where he tied for second], I made a mistake there at Bay Hill [T-5] and at the Players [T11], even at the Open Championship [T6]. But I learned from those and really did well at the PGA [second].

“So it’s just a matter of giving myself enough opportunities. I’m not going to win them all. In order to win them, you’ve got to be there. And I’ve been there enough this year and obviously want more of it.”


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Today is Wednesday and the amount that we have taken over the past two days is forcing us to close the golf course again on Thursday August 30th. We hope to be open Friday weather permitting.

Due to the thunderstorm this afternoon and the amount of rain we took the golf course is closed tomorrow and hopefully we will reopen Thursday morning. Let’s hope for drier weather.


This week Wednesday Thursday and Friday Moccasin Wallow Golf Club will be hosting the West Florida Golf Tour. Starting Monday we will be double cutting and rolling greens twice a day to get the golf course in tournament condition. If you want to see how your game tests come wed-Friday and try the MOC. Come and see the areas best professional development golf tour players in action.

The Golf course received another rainstorm late this afternoon and is really wet. We have made the decision to close tomorrow Wednesday and allow the course to dry out. We plan on reopening on Thursday morning.

Thank you

We are in the process of developing a calendar so that everyone can be kept updated on events we will be hosting as well as golf course availability.


18.     Manatee Wrestling Club 8:00 am Shotgun. Course will open after 1:00 pm

23.     Meet The Candidates of #WeAreParrish Parrish Civic Association  6:30 PM in Restaurant

22-24       West Florida Golf Tour Professional event. Tee times available Wednesday and Thursday after 10:00 AM Friday after 9:30 am

26.          East County Golf Association .      8:00 am shotgun. Tee times available after 12:30 pm


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After more rain this evening coupled with the rain we have received lately we are going to let the MOC dry out tomorrow and allow the course to heal. The Course will be closed Wednesday August 8th and reopen on Thursday . Thank you for understanding.