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David Koravos wins 2019 President’s CupFebruary 11th, 2019 posted by Jim Thompson
Congratulations to the two-time past club champion David Koravos who won the 2019 President’s Cup tournament with a net score of 136. David shot one under his age on Sunday with a gross 71. A trophy with David’s name on it will be presented at the November General Member Meeting.
First Flight: David won with Paul Albitz in 2nd place and Ian Langdon in 3rd place.
Second Flight: Al Kulp won with a net 140 with Rob Morgan in 2nd place and Ed Bastarache and Jim Bennet tying for 3rd place.
Third Flight: Magic Taylor tied with Bob Stuermer for 1st place with a net 139 and Brian Longmore in 3rd place.
Fourth Flight: Bob Lucas tied with Dick Watts for 1st place with a net 141 and Jeff Olson in 3rd place.
A special thanks to Ted Panos for donating four $50 gift cards for the closet to flag on #9. Remember, keep up with the group in front, not with the group behind.
Thanks to all of the CMGC members who participated over the very chilly weekend.
Restaurant Reconstruction ImpactsJanuary 25th, 2019 posted by Jim Thompson
Not only will the restaurant be inaccessible to us during the reconstruction, but the Coronado Men’s Club Room will be unavailable as well. As you can expect, this will have an impact on the normal tournament operations. Players should expect to see fewer food offerings, fewer Player’s Pool opportunities, and no check-in table, among other things, during this period of reconstruction. The Board of Governors has decided to redirect a majority of the funds normally used for food and beverage to the chit/prize fund pool for each tournament conducted during the reconstruction period. This will prove to be inconvenient for all of us and we ask for your patience and understanding as we navigate our way ahead.
Food and Beverage Survey ResultsJanuary 25th, 2019 posted by Jim Thompson
In December 2018 the Board of Governors (“BoG”) requested a response from club members to a survey primarily focused on our food and beverage offerings during tournaments. The following provides the results from the survey for your information:
1. On a scale 1 -10, with 1 being “not at all important” to 10 being “absolutely essential”, how important is it to you to have food and beverages provided at each tournament? Average: 2.14
2. If we were to stop providing food and beverages at each tournament, would it impact your willingness to participate in future tournaments?
(a) number responding with “Extremely likely” = 9
(b) number responding with “Somewhat likely” = 25
(c) number responding with “Not at all likely” = 116
3. If we were to stop providing food and beverages at each tournament, would you prefer?
(a) number responding with “funds be used for more chits” = 76
(b) number responding with “lowering the entry costs” = 51
(c) number responding with “other” = 17
4. Rank in order (1 thru 5 with 1 being most important and 5 the least important) the following:
- Breakfast at Tournaments; average ranking = 3.48
- Lunch at Tournaments; average ranking = 2.76
- Drink Tickets at Tournaments; average ranking = 2.52
- Food and Beverages at General Meetings; average ranking = 3.56
- Higher Chit payouts; average ranking = 2.72
Your BoG will definitely consider these results (and narratives provided by others but not included here) as we move our club forward in 2019. We sincerely appreciate your time and excellent inputs.
Celebration of Life for Clem LeeJanuary 19th, 2019 posted by Jim Thompson
As many of you know, Coronado Men’s Club member, Clem Lee, passed in November 2018.
Clem was born on January 29, 1935 in Arkansas. He was raised in Corcoran, California with his 10 siblings and loving parents. He spent his later years as a loving husband, father, grandfather, lover of golf, lifetime Detroit Tiger and Fresno State Bulldog enthusiast, and friend to all he met. The world was a better place with The Clemster in it, and he will be lovingly missed by those he adored, and that had the honor of loving him.
There is going to be a Celebration of Life of Clem Lee at the Coronado Boathouse on Sunday, Jan 20, from 12:30 – 3:30 PM. The Boathouse is located 1985 Strand Way, past the Coronado Community/Recreation Center at the south end of the Glorietta Bay Park.
Clem is survived by his best friend and wife of 40 years, Susan Lee, his 6 children, 13 grandchildren, and 9 great grandchildren.
Local Rules UpdateJanuary 15th, 2019 posted by Jim Thompson
Please note the CMGC Rules Committee has updated CMGC Local Rules which may be found under the References tab. The CMGC Rules Committee has adopted the new rule for a lost ball or a ball out of bounds. These rules will be in effect for all tournaments after January 15th, 2019.
Jon Dickie, Pat Rolfe, Alan Kulp, and new member, Thomas Brant, Win the New Member MixerJanuary 15th, 2019 posted by Jim Thompson
Congratulations to the team of Jon Dickie, Pat Rolfe, Alan Kulp
The team of Bill Wilson, Nate Wilson, David Hudson and Randy Dorris came in 2nd place. The team of CMGC President Ken Hafner, Greg Enright, Brian Enright and Lance DeGrazier came in 3rd place.
Congratulations to Greg Post who had a hole-in-one on #15 on Sunday, he’s buying. Also a special thanks to 16 new members that played in a soggy Saturday and a much better weather day Sunday for joining the other 150 CMGC members. Thanks to all for keeping the pace of play for both days. Remember, keep up with the group in front, not with the group behind.
2019 Changes to the Rules of Golf – SummaryDecember 17th, 2018 posted by Jim Thompson
2019 ushers in significant changes to the Rules of Golf. A summary of those changes has been uploaded to the References page of the Men’s Club’s website and can also be found here: 2019 Rules Changes
Coronado Men’s Golf Club (CMGC) welcomes New Member Class of 2019.December 16th, 2018 posted by John Rains
On behalf of the Coronado Men’s Golf Club (CMGC) the Board of Governors wants to welcome the New Member Class of 2019.
|Albers, Mark||Arner, Kevin||Arthur, George||Basile, Peter|
|Bersano, Eric||Bolger, Patrick||Brant, Thomas||Braun, Bobby|
|Brodt, Christian||Caraballo, Rick,||Chiponis, Richard||Christensen, Karl|
|Cox, Jonathan||D’Angelo, Anthony||Dimuzio, Raymond||Elwell, Jamie|
|Ermish, Timothy||Evans, Dave||Fadell, Thomas||Falletta, Steve|
|Fitch, Thomas||Flaherty, James||Freed, David||Gabbard, Dave|
|Haigh, Douglas||Hardin, Gary||Hernandez, Steve||Kingston, Brian|
|Klein, Steven||Kodis, Marc||Lansang, Jonathan||Malmberg, Pontius|
|Mattson, Gary||McCloskey, Marc||McGraw, Tug||McNally, Michael|
|Mills, Robert||O’Connor, Jim||O’Day, Michael||Patton, Peter|
|Payne, Bob||Pirtle, Billy||Plaxco, Shawn||Poole, Rob|
|Powder, Glenn||Quigg, Steve||Russell, Pat||Segawa, Pat|
|Seltun, Pat||Seltun, Nick||Sipe, Brian||Smaha, John|
|Stewart, Steve||Stockholm, Carl||Tollner, Ted||Towne, Sean|
|Wickeden, Alan||Wong, Ron||Yatsko, Garry|
Greg Enright Wins the Past Presidents Memorial TournamentDecember 10th, 2018 posted by Jim Thompson
Congratulations to the Greg Enright who won the waterlogged one-day tournament with a net score of 67.
First Flight: Greg won with Bill Wilson in 2nd place and David Hudson, Randy Dorris and CMGC President Ken Hafner tying for 3rd place.
Second Flight: Howard DeYoung won with Chris McCann in 2nd place with Ed Bastarache and Joe Calabria tying for 3rd place.
Third Flight: Robert Reed won with Bob Stuermer and Ken McLeod tying for 2nd place.
Fourth Flight: Pat Walsh won with Tom Ryan and Stuart White tying for 2nd place.
A special thanks to Ted Panos for donating two $50 gift cards for the closet to flag on #9 and to Pat Walsh for donating Brigantine restaurant gift cards. Remember, keep up with the group in front, not with the group behind.
Thanks to all of the CMGC members who participated over the weekend.
Jim Powell and Mike Maloney win Savvy HuffmanNovember 27th, 2018 posted by Jim Thompson
Congratulations to the team of Jim Powell and Mike Maloney who won the annual Savvy Huffman tournament in a card off with a net 133.
First Flight: Jim and Mike won with John Hoffman and Duane Admire in 2nd place and the team of Bill and Nate Wilson in 3rd place.
Second Flight: Gary Miles and Larry Maxham won with Bob Swisher and Joji Mangubat and Jon Dickie and Alan Kulp tying for 2nd place.
Third Flight: Anthony Varboncoeur and Ken MacLeod won with Jim Barry and Steve Smith and Rod Ritchie and Howard DeYoung tying for 2nd place.
Fourth Flight: William Arwine and Dean Nelson won with Robert Skinner and Kevin Walsh in 2nd place and Mark McDonough and Greg Moulton in 3rd place.
A special thanks to Keith and Taylor Wagner, the grandson and great-grandson of Leon “Savvy” Huffman, the first President of the Coronado Men’s Golf Club for playing over the weekend. Thanks to all for keeping the pace of play for both days. Remember, keep up with the group in front, not with the group behind.
Thanks to all of the CMGC members who participated over the weekend.