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Recent Tournaments:

Jul 22-23John Ruedi MemorialScoresChitsPoolClosest to Pin

How low can you go during the John Ruedi Memorial……you would need to beat a 61 to win it!!

July 25th, 2017 posted by John Rains

How low can you go in a two-day net eclectic……you would need to beat a 61 to win the John Ruedi Memorial!!

The annual John Ruedi Memorial was played on July 22 and 23 attracting 141 CMGC members who participated over the weekend.

Flight 1: Peter Lavallee won the flight with a two-day net eclectic 62, Ed Bastarache was second and Mike Maloney in 3rd place in this group.

Flight 2: Richard Kersulis won the flight with a two-day net eclectic 61, the event overall low score, Joe Mears and Patrick Shipstead tied for 2nd place.

Flight 3: Board of Governor, Wednesday Play Chair Mark Andrews won flight 3 with a two-day net eclectic 62, Anthony Varboncoeur was second and Michael Bennett in 3rd place.

Flight 4: Tony Blatnik won the flight with a two-day net eclectic 62, Brian Buckley was second and Gordon Lutes in 3rd place.

A special mention to Kent Raffel who shot 80 on Sunday, one stroke under his age.

Lastly, congratulations to Tom Weiks, Board of Governor and Handicaps Chairman won the age 80 and over Senior Championship with a gross 168 during the June event.

Make Your Intentions Clear Before You Lift Any Ball….

July 18th, 2017 posted by John Rains

12-2. Lifting Ball for Identification

The responsibility for playing the proper ball rests with the player. Each player should put an identification mark on his ball.

If a player believes that a ball at rest might be his, but he cannot identify it, the player may lift the ball for identification, without penalty. The right to lift a ball for identification is in addition to the actions permitted under Rule 12-1.

Before lifting the ball, the player must announce his intention to his opponent in match play or his marker or a fellow-competitor in stroke play and mark the position of the ball. He may then lift the ball and identify it, provided that he gives his opponent, marker or fellow-competitor an opportunity to observe the lifting and replacement. The ball must not be cleaned beyond the extent necessary for identification when lifted under Rule 12-2.

If the ball is the player’s ball and he fails to comply with all or any part of this procedure, or he lifts his ball in order to identify it without having good reason to do so, he incurs a penalty of one stroke. If the lifted ball is the player’s ball, he must replace it. If he fails to do so, he incurs the general penalty for a breach of Rule 12-2, but there is no additional penalty under this Rule.

Note: If the original lie of a ball to be replaced has been altered, see Rule 20-3b.

*Penalty for Breach of Rule 12-2:

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

*If a player incurs the general penalty for a breach of Rule 12-2, there is no additional penalty under this Rule.

Bill Pultz-CMGC Rules Chairman

July Satellite 2-Man Scramble Winners post 61’s!

July 10th, 2017 posted by John Rains

In Flight 1: the team of Ray Puffpaff and Michael Williams tied with Dan Malloy and Gary O’Hara with a net 61. The teams of Ian Langdon and Mike Mendez, Glenn Miller and Duane Admire, and Luka Swisher and Daryl Green tying for 3rd place.

In Flight 2: the team of Tom Thompson and Walter Konstanzer won with a net 61. The team of Dave Reynolds and Dick Reynolds came in 2nd place followed by the teams of Craig Greaves and Dan Goodwin with Bill Bussard and Rod Ritchie tying for 3rd place.

Judge David Szumowski won the closest to the flag on Hole #11 and receiving a $25 gift card to Panera Bread.

Thanks to all those 130 CMGC members who participated this past weekend.

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. 

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