Holiday cheer abounds at RSF Golf Club

Mr. and Mrs. Claus visited the greens on Sunday as approximately 170 guests attended Santa’s Brunch at the Rancho Santa Fe Golf Club. Guests’ children had the chance to ask St. Nick for everything from a Nintendo Wii to a new Ferrari, and also enjoyed making their own glittering greeting cards and festive holiday hats. Adults enjoyed a buffet when not joining in with the arts and crafts, and all the attendees were treated to a special show by ventriloquist Joe Gandleman.

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