A guy in brown asked Pat to pose with him before he began his round. Pat is 5'10�" tall and often the target of unabashed affection. "Pat, I love you!" the guy in brown hollered as he teed off. "Patricia! Hey, Patricia, I love you!" We would see more of the man in brown and the Ram fan as we drove around the course and the beer flowed.
Once in a while some of the men got a kick out of blocking our helmet cart with their golf carts in order to talk to us.
"How you gals doing?" one asked.
"Just fine," we all said.
"Yes," he said, looking us over. "I can see that."
"Patricia! Give me a kiss for luck. Pat, don't leave, I love you."
"Oh, boy, look who's back. Forty-niners. Yecch! Go, Rams."
Pat offered two of her free tickets to a well-mannered golfer who said he had never seen a 49er game.
"I like to give them to people who really appreciate football and want to go," she explained.
Most of the Nuggets are interested in football and know something about the game. A few, like Kathy Kerr, a legal secretary and former actress, are rabid fans. Nearly all of them are Monday morning quarterbacks.