Each hole represented part of the plan of salvation.
The first hole represented pre-mortal life and ended with the person receiving a body (a golf ball).
The next hole one had to hit the ball between water bottles, each labeled with a worldly temptation – tobacco, drugs, immodest dress, etc. The players had to hit the ball straight to avoid the bottles.
Then came the Valley of Death - hit the ball down a dark tunnel and lose the ball (death).
Paradise – enjoying cookies and milk while learning that we need our Savior and his atonement to get our body (the ball) back. (Resurrection)
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The 4th floor--Judgment and the Celestial Kingdom.
The activity was fun, and indoors as it rained hard while we played. We only had one club, a 6 iron that we borrowed from a local driving range. (The generous owner loaned it to us without even asking our names.)
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At the end of the game the missionaries led a discussion about the plan of salvation – fun gospel lesson. We had two investigators attend.
Sister Sowards made fudgesicles as the treat. Everyone loved those, too. -E. Sowards