Thursday, January 18, 2018

Golf Scorecard History, Utah - Set #8

Golf Scorecard History, Utah
Set #8
Spanish Oaks GC to Sun River


Flag of Utah


A few interesting facts about Utah:
  1. Completion of the world's first transcontinental railroad was celebrated at Promontory where the Central Pacific and Union Pacific Railroads met on May 10, 1869. It is now known as Golden Spike National Historic Site
  2. Levan, is "navel" spelled backwards. It is so named because it is in the middle of Utah.
  3. Utah is the site of the nations first department store. Zions Co-operative Mercantile Institution was established in the late 1800's. It is still in operation today as ZCMI.
  4. The Mormon Temple in Salt Lake City took 40 years to complete. The Mormon temples in St. George, Manti and Logan Utah were completed before the Salt Lake Temple.
  5. Interstate 70 enters the eastern edge of the state, from Grand Junction Colorado, and ends where it intersects Interstate 15, near Cove Fort. This section of Interstate 70 is one of the most deserted stretches of Interstate in the United States.
  6. Rainbow Bridge, Nature's abstract sculpture carved of solid sandstone, is the world's largest natural-rock span. It stands 278 feet wide and 309 feet high.
  7. The Great Salt Lake covers 2,100 square miles, with an average depth of 13 feet. The deepest point is 34 feet.
  8. The average snowfall in the mountains near Salt Lake City is 500 inches.
  9. Because of the state's inland location Utah's snow is unusually dry. Earning it the reputation of having the world's greatest powder. 14 Alpine ski resorts operate in Utah. 
  10. According to golflink.com Utah has 141 golf courses.  Scorecards from a few of the courses are shown below.

































More Blog Issues for Utah and Internet Links:
To view more of my Utah blog issues scroll to the upper left corner of this page and enter the word Utah in the search field.  This will bring up virtually all of the blog issues for the state of the Utah that I've done to date.  Click on this Internet link to view over 13,000 more miscellaneous golf scorecards

Also feel free to visit my other websites at    
My Internet Pick of the Day:

Blog Statistics:
1077 Blog Postings
The total number of golf scorecard images on this site now equals 19,483
The total number of golf photographs on this site now equals 5,549
The total number of all photographs on this site now equals 15,747

Coming Soon:
Austin CC, Texas
Mexico scorecards
Vermont Scorecards
The Grand Ole Opry

My golf scorecard collection statistics as of today:
Total Utah = 593
Total USA = 95,277
Total Foreign = 45,603
Total Collection = 140,880

Come back soon and often.

Feel free to leave your comments below.

Scorecard Trading:  If
you are a casual visitor and a golf scorecard collector and would like to do some scorecard trading contact me at rbglasson@cox.net.

Available
: For sale and/or trade - Over 68,000 duplicate golf scorecards.  Contact me if you are interested.

Monday, January 15, 2018

Golf Scorecard History 101, Malaysia - Set #7

Golf Scorecard History 101, Malaysia
Set #7
Serendah GL to UPM GC

Flag of Malaysia

Some interesting facts about Malaysia:
1. The oldest remains of modern man in Southeast Asia were found in a cave in Borneo.
2. Although Malaysia gained independence from the United Kingdom in 1957, it was not until 1963 that it began calling itself Malaysia.
3. Before the name Malaysia was adopted, the country also considered calling itself Langkasuka, which was the name of one of the ancient kingdoms of the Malay Peninsula.
4. The oldest Anglican church in Southeast Asia is St. George Church in Penang.
5. The Sarawak Chamber in Malaysia is the world’s largest underground cave.
6. The Sarawak Chamber is so spacious, it could easily hold in forty Boeing 747 planes.
7. The 107 km Clearwater Cave found also in Sarawak is the longest cave in Asia.
8. In Malay, the word ringgit means “jagged.” It initially referred to the rough edges of Spanish silver coins that were once circulated in the region.
9. The king cobra is the world’s longest venomous snake; the greatest number of king cobras in the world are found in Malaysia.
10. There are over 200 golf courses in Malaysia.  Eighteen scorecards from thirteen courses are illustrated below.






















More Blog Issues for Malaysia and Internet Links:
To view more of my Malaysia blog issues scroll to the upper left corner of this page and enter the word Germany in the search field.  This will bring up virtually all of the blog issues for the country of Malaysia that I've done to date.  Click on this Internet link to view over 13,000 more miscellaneous golf scorecards

Also feel free to visit my other websites at    
My Internet Pick of the Day:


Blog Statistics:
1077 Blog Postings
The total number of golf scorecard images on this site now equals 19,451
The total number of golf photographs on this site now equals 5,549
The total number of all photographs on this site now equals 15,747

Coming Soon:
Utah Scorecards
Austin CC, Texas
Mexico scorecards
Vermont Scorecards

My golf scorecard collection statistics as of today:
Total Malaysia = 194
Total USA = 95,258
Total Foreign = 45,602
Total Collection = 140,860

Come back soon and often.

Feel free to leave your comments below.

Scorecard Trading: 
If you are a casual visitor and a golf scorecard collector and would like to do some scorecard trading contact me at rbglasson@cox.net.

Available: For sale and/or trade - Over 68,000 duplicate golf scorecards.  Contact me if you are interested.