Yearly Dues Payment
The dues for regular members is $150 before Oct 1. From Oct 1 through Oct 31, the dues are $175. After Oct 31, you will be dropped from membership automatically. (See message below from VP & Membership Chair Monty A. McIntyre)
Current and Upcoming Tournaments:
|Oct 17-18||Board of Governors||Description||Tee Times||Sign-up closed||Tournament Director|
|Nov 07||November 2-in-1 Satellite||Description||Tee Times||Sign-up starts Oct 10|
|Nov 14-15||Savvy Huffman||Description||Tee Times||Sign-up starts Oct 17|
Membership Renewal Message from VP & Membership Chair Monty A. McIntyre:September 11th, 2015 posted by Ken Hafner
I thank everyone for doing a great job this year so far in getting their renewals paid. We are more than half way there! Here is some information regarding our renewal process this year:
Regular renewals: Regular members are required this year to pay their $150 renewal online via PayPal. You can pay this with a credit card or with PayPal. Once you pay via Pay Pal you will automatically be listed on the paid list on our website. If you pay your renewal by check, however, you will not be listed automatically on the paid list on the web site. We have to make a manual entry to show online who has paid by check, and we will only do this manual update once or twice. If your bank indicates your check has been cashed you will know your payment has been received. Other than one or two manual updates of the paid list, I will not send confirmations to people who pay by check. Please do not send me an email asking why your name is not on the paid list if you paid by check!
Life members who want to keep their handicap: We want you to send or deliver a check for $35 to the CMGC office. For people who pay by check, you will not be listed automatically on the paid list on the web site. We have to make a manual entry to show online who has paid by check, and we will only do this manual update once or twice. If your bank indicates your check has been cashed you will know your payment has been received. Other than one or two manual updates of the paid list, I will not send confirmations to people who pay by check. Please do not send me an email asking why your name is not on the paid list if you paid by check!
Social renewals: We want you to send or deliver a check for $50 to the CMGC office. For people who pay by check, you will not be listed automatically on the paid list on the web site. We have to make a manual entry to show online who has paid by check, and we will only do this update periodically. If your bank indicates your check has been cashed you will know your payment has been received. Other than the one or two manual updates of the paid list, I will not send confirmations to people who pay by check. Please do not send me an email asking why your name is not on the paid list if you paid by check!
While everyone has until 9-30 to renew at the $150 rate, I strongly encourage everyone to pay their renewals online or deliver checks to the CMGC office on or before Monday 9-14-15, because I will be very busy with business matters after that and will have little or no time to respond to questions between 9-15-15 and 10-1-15. Thank you!
Yours very truly,
Monty A. McIntyre, Esq. CMGC Vice President
New CMGC Local RulesSeptember 6th, 2015 posted by Ken Hafner
To all CMGC members: The Rules Committee will soon be publishing its new version of the Club’s local rules. There are a couple of items that make a substantial change to the previous rules we have had for some time. I wanted to highlight the following two additions to the local rules that the committee has made:
1. The rules will now permit the playing of a provisional ball under Rule 26-1 on hole #16. Because of the configuration of the hole it is often difficult to determine whether the ball is in the hazard or not, and there can be a pace of play delay in determining if it is in or not and where the ball last crossed the margin of the hazard. Also, sometimes the ball can land in the rocks and bounce back into play without the player on the tee knowing that with the result he may put another ball in play and later find out his original ball is not in the hazard, but be stuck with the ball he put in play under the assumption that his original ball was in the hazard. Therefore we have instituted the following local rule that is permitted by the USGA Rules of Golf:
“If there is doubt whether a ball is in or is lost in the water hazard on number 16 the player may play another ball provisionally under rule 26-1.
If the ball is found outside the water hazard, the player must continue play with it.
If the original ball is found in the water hazard, the player may either play the original ball as it lies or continue with the ball played provisionally under Rule 26-1.
If the original ball is not found or identified within the five-minute search period, the player must continue with the ball played provisionally.”
2. The tennis courts to the right of hole #15 will be treated as ground under repair (GUR) and the player will get relief under Rule 25 by finding his nearest point of relief from the GUR and dropping the ball within one club length from the nearest point of relief no nearer the hole, no penalty.
The latest version of the Club’s local rules will be available to all in the near future.
Bill Pultz-Committee Chairman
Pro Shop ChangesAugust 21st, 2015 posted by Ken Hafner
In February of 2017, long time Coronado Golf Course Professional Ron Yarbrough will be retiring. Coronado Men’s Golf Club has enjoyed a long relationship with Ron, and very much appreciate all he has done over the years in support of our Club.
For many years we have been awarding pro shop credits (CHITS) as winning prizes for all of our tournaments. Because of Ron’s planned retirement the Men’s Club will discontinue the practice of awarding Pro Shop CHITS as our tournament prizes. Beginning with the September, 2015 tournaments we will instead issue gift cards to Golf Mart as our tournament prizes.
Club members having a balance in their CHIT accounts will have until the end of 2016 to empty their accounts. As you may know CHITS can be used for pro shop merchandise, range balls or cart fees. Any unused balances on December 31, 2016 will NOT be refunded, so make sure you use your credits before that date.
IMPORTANT MESSAGE RE: 2016 CMGC Membership RenewalAugust 13th, 2015 posted by Ken Hafner
Your 2016 CMGC membership dues must be paid by September 30, 2015! The dues for 2016 are as follows: $150 for Regular Membership if received by September 30, 2015 (and $175 if received between October 1 and October 31, 2015), $50 for non-golfer Social Membership, and $35 for Life Members who elect to maintain SCGA membership and their handicap index through the club. Life Members who do not keep a SCGA handicap pay $0. Junior Members pay $0.
No dues will be accepted after October 31, 2015. If your dues are not received by that date, your membership will be terminated and given to someone on the waiting list. Don’t let that happen.
Regular Members must renew by paying online using a credit card or a PayPal account through PayPal on the CMGC website. Click on “Pay Dues” above to start the process of paying your 2016 CMGC membership dues.
Social Members, and Life Members who want to keep their SCGA handicap must fill-out the form and mail or deliver their payments as instructed within the form. Click here to open the file/form => 2016 CMGC Membership Renewal App
If any of your contact information has changed during the last year, you must also provide us all of the necessary information using the aforementioned form or by emailing Monty McIntryre at firstname.lastname@example.org
Instructions for On-line Tournament Entry/Change/CancellationMarch 30th, 2015 posted by Ken Hafner
Now that the Tournament Entry function has been enabled on our new website, members are encourage to use it. This attachment provides helpful instructions to guide you through the entry, modification and cancellation processes: CMGC Tournament Entry Reference Guide
From the Handicap Chairman, Tom WeiksJanuary 14th, 2015 posted by Ken Hafner
Tom Weiks, our Handicap Chairman has struggled reading the scorecards submitted by our members, primarily due to incompleteness. This attachment provides guidance that may help all of us do a better job, making his much easier: Filling-out Scorecards