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Dick Watts Wins The 2017 CMGC Past Presidents’ Memorial Tournament

December 12th, 2017 posted by John Rains

You will need to go low as Dick Watts won the overall tournament with a net 60 for the two day eclectic! The flight winners are as follows;

First Flight: Robert Castro won the flight with a net 63, Ken Kubis, Chris Murray, Fanc Happ and John Hoffman tied for 2nd place.

Second Flight: Thomas Smith, Dante Togliatti, Ray Puffpaff and Richard Kersulis tied for 1st place in the flight with net 66’s.

Third Flight: Brian Enright won the flight with a 63 with Ben Anacker and Chris McCann tying for 2nd place.

Fourth Flight: Dick Watts won the flight, Billy Brown came in 2nd place with Bruce Castetter and William Watts tying for 3rd place.

We experienced a pace of play issue on Saturday, with most groups taking 4:45 on average to complete the round. The pace of play was better on Sunday. Please ensure your group stays up with the group in front of you, and always remember your group, if on time, should be waiting on the par 3’s including hole #15.

Thanks to all those 172 CMGC members who participated in the 2017 CMGC Past Presidents’ Memorial Tournament.

Men’s Club Wins “The Coronado Cup” for 2017!

December 4th, 2017 posted by Ken Hafner

The 2017 Coronado Cup Matches took place December 2-3, pitting 12 of CMGC’s finest against Brian Smock’s Golf Shop Team. The 2 days in Ryder Cup-like match play format proved to be a “nail bitter”! In the end the CMGC prevailed over the Golf Shop by a very narrow margin.

On Day 1 the format was “Four-ball” play (a.k.a. known as “better ball of partners”), and at the conclusion of play the CMGC Team held the lead, winning 4 of the 6 points available.

During Sunday’s singles matches the Golf Shop was able to capture the majority of the points, claiming 6 ½ points (out of 12), but it wasn’t enough to capture the win. CMGC prevailed over the Golf Shop, 9 ½ to 8 ½ !

There was great golf played by both sides during this competition, but  unforeseen outcomes the event created were the real sense of comradery among the Men’s Club and the Pro Shop and the relationships that were forged during the event.

Many sincere thanks to Brian Smock and his stellar staff for hosting such great event!!

Brian Enright and Lance DeGrazier win the 2017 Savvy Huffman tournament with a net 132

November 20th, 2017 posted by John Rains

First Flight: David Koravos and Ken Bien won with a net 134, the teams of Joe Mears and Peter Lavallee, Monte Sahba and Roman Lansang, Ken Hafner and Gregory Enright all tying for 2nd place.

Second Flight: Brian Enright and Lance DeGrazier won the flight with Bill Pultz and Joe Preimesberger in 2nd place, Rob Morgan and Tom Thompson in 3rd place.

Third Flight: George Blair and David Hudson won with a net 137 with the teams of Rod Ritchie and Bill Bussard, David Monahan and John Chessman tying for 2nd place.

Fourth Flight: Dick Reynolds and Dave Reynolds won with a net 139, with the teams of John Gilliland and Joe Calabria, Michael Dudas and Tony Blatnik, Robert Skinner and Kevin Walsh tying for 2nd place.

The CMGC Scorecards on Sunday had incorrect handicaps which were corrected at scoring. The pace of play on Sunday was excellent and thanks to all those 140 CMGC members who participated over the weekend.

Know The Rules…..What Is / Is Not A Loose Impediment?

November 3rd, 2017 posted by John Rains

Loose impediments” are natural objects, including:

Stones, leaves, twigs, branches and the like, dung, and worms, insects and the like, and the casts and heaps made by them, provided they are not:

    • fixed or growing, solidly embedded or adhering to the ball

Sand and loose soil are loose impediments on the putting green, but not elsewhere.

Snow and natural ice, other than frost, are either casual water or loose impediments, at the option of the player. Dew and frost are not loose impediments.

Bill Pultz-Rules Chairman