2022/1/6 (英語日記) Golf

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新年初打ちの予定が、とんでもない雪に見舞われました。

Original

January 6th, 2022. Thursday.

Golf

Last year previous company’s colleagues invited me to play new year golf on January 6th and 7th. I didn’t want to play golf absolutely, but I decided to go because my schedule was open.

The golf clubs were Gotenba West Course and Gotenba Course of Taiheiyo Club. Gotenba Course was one of the prestigious golf courses in Japan, where a PGA tournament was held.

As I was not a membership of Taiheiyo Club, normally I had to pay a play fee for over 40 thousand yen. But this time I was able to enjoy discount fee.

As you know, it snowed on January 6th in Tokyo. Since we had known it seemed like snow, the other person (Mr. A) and I cancelled a play on January 6th. However, because the other person (Mr. B) had reached Gotenba on January 5th, the other person (Mr. C) also went to Gotenba very early in the morning on January 6th. They played a half round on January 6th. Fortunately, it was not snowy early in the morning. But the golf course was closed at around 10 am.

To be honest with you, Mr. A and I wouldn’t like to go there because it was a high possibility to cancel a play on the next day, too. But we had no choice but to go there because Mr. B and Mr. C were there. Mr. A picked me up in Mishima station and went to a lodge which was located next to Gotenba West Course.

We arrived there at around 4 pm and we had a pre-dinner party in my room. I was the youngest of all. Before having dinner, we all were drunk. Just before having dinner a hotel manager announced us that we should play from 10:30 am. Nevertheless, after having dinner we were announced that golf course would be closed the next day.


It was a matter of course. There was snow as far as the eye can see at 9 pm.

The next day we had breakfast at 8 am and went back to their destination, respectively.

I thought that this was a suggestion I shouldn’t play golf so much this year.

Corrected

January 6th, 2022. Thursday.

Golf

Last year previous company’s colleagues invited me to play new year’s golf on January 6th and 7th. I didn’t want to play golf absolutely, but I decided to go because my schedule was open.

The golf clubs were Gotenba West Course and Gotenba Course of Taiheiyo Club. Gotenba Course was one of the prestigious golf courses in Japan, where a PGA tournament was held.

As I was not a member of Taiheiyo Club, normally I had to pay a play fee of over 40 thousand yen. But this time I was able to enjoy discount fee.

As you know, it snowed on January 6th in Tokyo. Since we knew that it would snow, the other person (Mr. A) and I canceled the game on January 6th. However, because the other person (Mr. B) had reached Gotenba on January 5th, the other person (Mr. C) also went to Gotenba very early in the morning on January 6th. They played a half round on January 6th. Fortunately, it was not snowy early in the morning. But the golf course was closed at around 10 am.

To be honest with you, Mr. A and I wouldn’t like to go there because it was a high possibility to cancel a play on the next day, too. But we had no choice but to go there because Mr. B and Mr. C were there. Mr. A picked me up in Mishima station and went to a lodge which was located next to Gotenba West Course.

We arrived there at around 4 pm and we had a pre-dinner party in my room. I was the youngest of all. Before having dinner, we all were drunk. Just before having dinner a hotel manager announced to us that we should play from 10:30 am. Nevertheless, after having dinner we were announced that the golf course would be closed the next day.

It was a matter of course. There was snow as far as the eye can see at 9 pm.

The next day we had breakfast at 8 am and went back to their destination, respectively.

I thought that this was a suggestion I shouldn’t play golf so much this year.