The golf course at Andalusia Country Club in La Quinta is shut down for the next few months, but no one is too concerned about the lack of play or revenue at the private club for a while. That because like other courses around the desert on an annual basis, Andalusia officials are taking the slow summer months to do some major improvement work to their layout.
Drive by most golf courses in the Coachella Valley these days and the parking lots are pretty empty. If you see a car, you likely think it belongs to the lone guy in the pro shop who has to be there until noon to make sure no one comes out to play a quick and hot 18 holes. But there are other times during the summer when there are more than a handful of cars in the parking lots at desert club.
When Marlene Hagge Vossler received a call four years ago from a documentary filmmaker named Charlene Fisk saying Fisk wanted to do a film on the 13 founder members of the LPGA, Vossler was excited but concerned. “That’s great but you better hurry,” Vossler recalls saying at the time. “There are only four of us left, and I’m 79 and I’m by far the youngest.”Now 83, Vossler is delighted that the result of the work of Fisk and co-director Carrie Schrader will be seen in the Coachella Valley Monday.
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