As of 5 October 2021
(handicap questions should be
directed to Andy Clark)
1st: 0 - 12
2nd: 13 - 19
3rd: 20 and up
11/21/21- It was quite a day and night for our men's club yesterday! We had a great turnout for the Turkey Shoot with 42 players. We have one new member and one returning member joining us for 2022. I want to welcome back Mike Hamilton who has returned after a year hiatus. Pete Peterson (who had an eagle on Hole 1 a couple tournaments ago) joined our group yesterday as well. Welcome Mike and Pete!
To cap off our day, we had a huge turnout at the awards banquet at Cattlemen's! The food as always was awesome and several players got to take some nice hardware for their performances in the trophy tournaments! The date for next year's banquet is scheduled for November 12.
As far as the golf yesterday goes, I've learned that Jim Crets, the owner, is the culprit of these pin placements these last couple of tournaments, so don't stick any needles in my voodoo doll over that. He confessed at the golf dinner.
We didn't have any one break net par. In fact, the lowest net score of the day was the lowest gross score of the day. Brian Wohlford shot a 66 to win a share of the first flight. Steve Van Norman also shot a net 66 to claim his prize. Mike Carruth and Brian Rasler will share 3rd place with a net 67.
In the second flight, It was a three way tie for first between Garry Dovenberg, Curt Eby, and Stephen Hollabaugh who all shot a net 67. The third flight also featured a tie for first place between Lance Reginato and Greg Rose who shot a net 69 while Cliff Eby took 3rd with a net 70.
2021 is closing out with back to back Saturday tournaments in December. This first one is the modified Pinehurst, which is essentially alternate shot except both players hit tee shots on each hole. That will take place on December 4th. No putts or skins this time so the entry cost is $10.
December 11 will be our final tournament of the year, our annual bottle tournament. I'll need to ask about a shotgun start. In that tournament, we award playing with bottles of wine, beer, or liquor at the conclusion of the round.
We hope you all renew. The renewal rate is $75 and that's good until the end of December. New members the cost is $85. You can leave a check or cash in the pro shop and our treasurer, Rick Walker, will pick it up. If you are renewing and no information (address, phone number) has changed, you do not need to fill out an application. If Venmo is easier for you, shoot me an emaill and we'll make that happen.
Enjoy your Thanksgiving! Thank you for a great day and a great year! I'll see you on December 4th.
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