Yearly Dues Payment
The dues for regular members is $150 before Oct 1. From Oct 1 through Oct 31, the dues are $175. Life members pay the annual SCGA fee of $36. Social members should send a check to the CMGC office. After Oct 31, you will be dropped from membership automatically.
Current and Upcoming Tournaments:
|Oct 22-23||Board of Governors||Description||Sign up (ends Oct 12)||View Signups|
|Nov 05||November 2-in-1 Satellite||Description||Sign-up starts Oct 12|
Daryl Green Wins CMGC Club Championship…..for the third time!September 19th, 2016 posted by John Rains
Daryl Green won the Club Championship for the third time! Daryl was crowned the 2016 CMGC Club Champion with a 2 & 1 win over Dillon Hakes. Check out all the matches and results of the bracket be accessing the link from the tournament page. Congratulations to Daryl, Dillon Hakes, John Hoffman and Luka Swisher who played two matches on Saturday.
Flight 2 was won by Dave Cranmer with a net 138, David Koravos came in 2nd place with David Bryant in 3rd place.
Flight 3 was won by Mark Shults with a net 141, with Artie Debaca and Paul Varelia tying for 2nd place.
Flight 4 was won by Jeff Olson with a net 133, Tommy Nelson came in 2nd place, with Gene Kemp, Rudy Suwara and Kevin Walsh tying for 3rd place.
Thanks to all those who participated over the weekend and provided a quick pace of play even with the dense fog on Sunday.
Brian Smock Assumes Head Professional Duties February 2017September 9th, 2016 posted by John Rains
The CMGC received the following correspondence from Roger Miller, Director of Recreation and Golf Services City of Coronado regarding the recent golf concessionaire search.
Dear Monty McIntyre, Coronado Men’s Club President,
After an extensive process, the City of Coronado has selected Brian Smock Golf, LLC., as the new golf concessionaire to replace Ron Yarbrough Pro Shop, Inc. Ron Yarbrough has provided golf professional services since 1995 and will retiring at the end of January, 2017.
On May 4, 2016, the City issued a Request for Proposals (RFP) to provide Head Golf Professional concession services. The City utilized the golf consulting services of the National Golf Foundation (NGF) in the development and distribution of the RFP. Notification to prospective firms was regional and national. Ultimately, the City received six proposals.
A seven-member Evaluation Committee reviewed the proposals. At the conclusion of the evaluation process, the Committee determined Brian Smock Golf, LLC. to be the most qualified applicant. Brian submitted a very comprehensive operation and business plan including a detailed capital improvement plan that addressed range equipment, carts, and the interior of the Pro Shop. Additionally, Brian included a detailed player development and grow the game strategy to both traditional and non-traditional golfing segments.
At the September 6, 2017 City Council meeting, the Council authorized the City Manager to execute an Agreement with Brian Smock Golf. Brian will be assuming the Head Golf Professional responsibilities effective February 1, 2017.
Director of Recreation and Golf Services
City of Coronado
Notes from the Rules Officials…..Nearest Point of ReliefSeptember 1st, 2016 posted by John Rains
In officiating various events Rules Officials often find that many players do not know how to go about finding the nearest point of relief when taking free relief under Rules 24 or 25.
Here is the definition of the nearest point of relief:
Nearest Point of Relief
The “nearest point of relief” is the reference point for taking relief without penalty from interference by an immovable obstruction (Rule 24-2), an abnormal ground condition (Rule 25-1) or a wrong putting green(Rule 25-3).
It is the point on the course nearest to where the ball lies:
- that is not nearer the hole, and
- where, if the ball were so positioned, no interference by the condition from which relief is sought would exist for the stroke the player would have made from the original position if the condition were not there.
Note: In order to determine the nearest point of relief accurately, the player should use the club with which he would have made his next stroke if the condition were not there to simulate the address position, direction of play and swing for such a stroke.
CMGC Annual Dues Renewal Notices Start September 1, 2016….Have you changed contact information?August 16th, 2016 posted by John Rains
The CMGC Annual Dues Notices for 2017 will begin to be collected on September 1, 2016. As a reminder, it is your responsibility as a Member to make sure the Membership Chairman has your latest contact information.
If you have changed your e-mail, phone number, or mailing address in the past two years you should advise the Membership Chairman, Dave Watson via e-mail as soon as possible.
A current copy of the CMGC roster, which contains a Members contact information will be placed at the Tournament Sign-In table for the Member-Member event. After Aug. 21st the same CMGC Roster will be found on the bulletin board outside the Men’s Club Offices.
For any changes please update the copy at the Tournament Sign-In or send a correction email to Dave, email@example.com
Ron’s Pro Shop Chits, Use’Em or Lose’Em by December 31st, 2016June 13th, 2016 posted by John Rains
The Coronado Men’s Golf Club wants to remind all Members that Ron Yarbrough Pro Shop, Inc. will no longer receive Men’s Club chits for account posting beginning September 1, 2016.
Additionally, all accounts that Men’s Club Members have must be closed out by December, 31, 2016.