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CMGC May 9th General Membership Meeting

April 13th, 2017 posted by John Rains

SPECIAL CMGC MEMBER EVENT:

May 9th General Membership Meeting

May 9th, 2017 @ 6pm

Please mark your calendar for the first of two annual General Membership Meetings. Please join the Members in the Coronado Clubhouse Conference Room on Tuesday, May 9th.

6:00 – Dinner Social

6:45 – Membership Meeting

Max Leslie Tournament Overall Winner Tim Justice Posts Net 61 Score

April 13th, 2017 posted by John Rains

Congratulations to Tim Justice who won the overall Max Leslie Eclectic tournament! Tim was the winner posting a net 61. 

First Flight: Tim Justice won the flight with Nate Wilson, Chris Murray, Mike Maloney and Robert Castro all tied for 2nd place in Flight 1.

Second Flight: Rob Morgan won the flight with net 62, Mark Shults, Chris Cuyugan, and Greg Siebenthal tied for 2nd place.

Third Flight: Ben Anacker and Allen Snyder tied for 1st place with Jeff Armstrong taking the 3rd place.

Fourth Flight: Clem Lee won the flight with a net 65 with Dick Reynolds in 2nd place and Joe Kampp, Dan Trowbridge and George Beall tied in 3rd Place.

Please say thanks to Ted Panos for donating a Fleming’s $100 gift cards and also Pat Walsh for the generous Brigantine gift card.

Thanks to the (146) CMGC Members who participated in the 2017 Max Leslie Tournament over the weekend.

 

March 2- Man Scramble Winners Steve Koudelka and Richard Benard with a net 61!

March 20th, 2017 posted by John Rains

The March 2-Man Scramble Event was held on Saturday, March 18th to a full field. Congratulations to the team of Steve Koudelka and Richard Benard who won Flight 1 and the overall with a net 61 in a card-off.

There was a five way tie for 2nd place at 62 in Flight 1 with Bill Wilson and Randy Dorris, Bill Subang and Robert Castro, John Tinsley and William Smith, Jim Powell and Ron Scurr, and Franc Happ and Tom Thompson.

Mark Shults and Gerry Susko won Flight 2 with a net 61.  Stan Jorgensen and Bill O’Connor came in 2nd place, Alan Kulp and Jon Dickie, Mike Senkier and Stephen Smith, Bob Stuermer and Ray Moore all tied for 3rd place.

Thanks to all those who participated in the March 2- Man Scramble.

Rules of Golf – Rule 22 – Ball Assisting or Interfering with Play

February 28th, 2017 posted by John Rains

22-1. Ball Assisting Play

Except when a ball is in motion, if a player considers that a ball might assist any other player, he may:

  1. Lift the ball if it is his ball; or
  2. Have any other ball lifted.

A ball lifted under this Rule must be replaced (see Rule 20-3). The ball must not be cleaned, unless it lies on the putting green (see Rule 21).

In stroke play, a player required to lift his ball may play first rather than lift the ball.

In stroke play, if the Committee determines that competitors have agreed not to lift a ball that might assist any competitorthey are disqualified.

Note: When another ball is in motion, a ball that might influence the movement of the ball in motion must not be lifted.

22-2. Ball Interfering with Play

Except when a ball is in motion, if a player considers that another ball might interfere with his play, he may have it lifted.

A ball lifted under this Rule must be replaced (see Rule 20-3). The ball must not be cleaned, unless it lies on the putting green (see Rule 21).

In stroke play, a player required to lift his ball may play first rather than lift the ball.

Note 1: Except on the putting green, a player may not lift his ball solely because he considers that it might interfere with the play of another player. If a player lifts his ball without being asked to do so, he incurs a penalty of one stroke for a breach of Rule 18-2, but there is no additional penalty under Rule 22.

Note 2: When another ball is in motion, a ball that might influence the movement of the ball in motion must not be lifted.

Penalty for Breach of Rule:

Match play – Loss of hole; Stroke play – Two strokes.

Volunteer Opportunities at the 2017 U.S. Women’s Amateur Championship

February 24th, 2017 posted by John Rains

The USGA is excited that the 2017 U.S. Women’s Amateur Championship will be held at San Diego Country Club-Chula Vista, California from August 5th through 13th, 2017.  

The best 156 women amateurs in the world, from 15 countries will be competing and the event will be broadcast live on Fox Sports, so it will be great fun for anyone involved.   

The USGA has Volunteer Opportunities for the event. The duties will include positions of course marshals, practice range, walking scorers, standard bearers and course refreshments. Volunteers will receive two official shirts, hat for $50 volunteer fee. This fee will also include meals and beverages during shifts along with parking are provided when volunteering. 

Thank you for your support. For more information contact volunteer@2017uswomensam.com