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The dues for regular members is $160 before Oct 1. From Oct 1 through Oct 31, the dues are $185. 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.

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Current and Upcoming Tournaments:

Sep 15-22Club Championship (Scratch)DescriptionTee Times (posted Sep 06)Tournament Director
#1 Kubis, Ken (71) #8 Albitz, Paul (78) #4 Degrazier, Lance (74) #5 Enright, Greg (76) #2 Langdon, Ian (73) #7 Hafner, Ken (78) #3 Hoffman, John (73) #6 Pathak, Tyson (76) Kubis 19 holes Enright 7 & 6 Langdon 5 & 4 Hoffman 20 holes Enright 2 & 1 Hoffman 5 & 4 Enright 1up
Sep 30 ------ Deadline for 2019 Regular Renewals ------
Oct 09-10 ------ Aerification ------
Oct 20-21Board of GovernorsDescriptionSign-up starts Sep 22
Oct 31 ------ Deadline for 2019 Late Renewals ------

Recent Tournaments:

Sep 15-22Club Championship (Scratch)ScoresChitsPoolClosest to Pin
Sep 15-16Club Championship (Net Flights)ScoresChitsPoolClosest to Pin

Greg Enright Wins 2018 Club Championship!

September 18th, 2018 posted by Jim Thompson

Congratulations to the Greg Enright, the Coronado Men’s Club Champion for 2018!!  Greg finished an exciting weekend winning the championship with a birdie on 18 to win 1 up over John Hoffman.  This is Greg’s first CMGC Club Championship.  Also congratulations to Ian Langdon and Ken Kubis who made the semi-finals after the first round on Saturday.

Congratulations to Ron Stone who is the CMGC Net Club Champion with a weekend net score of 134.  Also thanks to Ron for noting a discrepancy that increased his net score. 

Second Flight:  Ron Stone won with Franc Happ in 2nd place and Greg Siebenthal in 3rd place.

Third Flight:  Dante Togliatti won with a net 139 with Jeff Olson in 2nd place and Ron Scurr and Creig Greaves tying for 3rd place.

Fourth Flight:  Tony Blatnik won with a net 138 with Mike Gallagher in 2nd place and Robert Skinner and Blaine Raffel tying for 3rd place.

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.

CMGC Member Annual Dues Renewal Starts Sept. 1, 2018

September 4th, 2018 posted by Jim Thompson

CMGC Members, the Membership renewal process for the 2019 Annual Member Dues will begin on September 1, 2018.

You will be able to pay your Annual Member Dues on-line through the CMGC web site.

As a reminder, 2019 Annual Member Dues are $160.00 if paid between September 1, 2018 and not later than September 30, 2018.

Beginning October 1, 2018 and ending October 31, 2018 you will still be able to pay your dues, however there is a $25.00 fee for paying late. If you pay in October your Annual Member Dues will be $185.00.

Failure to pay your Annual Member Dues by October 31, 2018 will result in you being dropped from the CMGC Membership effective December 31, 2018. To regain a CMGC Membership you would need complete the New Member Application process and be added to the current CMGC Waiting List.

Please don’t let this happen!

Important Renewal Dates & Cost of Annual Dues:

Sept 1, 2018                                           CMGC Annual Dues PayPal website active

Sept. 1, 2018 to Sept. 30, 2018          Annual Membership Dues 2019 = $160.00

Oct. 1, 2018 to Oct. 31, 2018              Annual Membership Dues 2019 = $185.00

After Oct. 31, 2018                              Dropped from CMGC Membership Effective Dec. 31, 2018

CMGC Life Members’ Dues

Any regular Member, who has been Member in good standing of CMGC for at least five (5) years, upon attaining ago of 80 shall be eligible for Life Membership. Life Members shall only pay the annual SCGA fee of $36.00

Labor Day Weekend Satellite – Club Championship Qualifier

September 4th, 2018 posted by Jim Thompson

Congratulations to the those who qualified for the 2018 CMGC Club Championship.  They will play matches on September 15 to determine the final two for match play on September 16.  Ken Kubis won the overall with a gross 71, he will play Paul Albitz, Ian Langdon came in second and will play Ken Hafner, John Hoffman in third and will play Tyson Pathak, and Lance Degrazier will play Greg Enright. 

Second Flight:  Matt Gallagher won with a net 68, with Dennis Morgigno in 2nd place, Ron Stone and Brian Cincotta tied for 3rd place.

Third Flight:  Magic Taylor won with a net 68, Hank Nicoletti came in 2nd place with Bob Emerson in 3rd place.

Fourth Flight:   Past CMGC President Joe Kampp won with a net 67, with Pat Walsh in 2nd place and Jon Baker in 3rd place.

Thanks to all for keeping the pace of play, we averaged around 4 hours 15 minutes.  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.

Robert Skinner and Kevin Walsh Win Ron Yarbrough Member-Member Classic

August 21st, 2018 posted by Jim Thompson

Congratulations to the team of Robert Skinner and Kevin Walsh who shot a net eclectic score of 55 over the weekend during the Ron Yarbrough Member-Member Classic.  Ron Yarbrough, who looked great, visited the members on Saturday and told stories.  Thanks to Ron for supporting the CMGC.

First Flight:  The team of Chris McCann and Tim Harris tied with Ron Scurr and Tom Isaak for 1st place with a net eclectic score of 57, the teams of Mark Shults and Gerry Susko, Bob Stuermer and Howard Deyoung tying for 3rd place.

Second Flight:  Robert Skinner and Kevin Walsh won, with Dave Kephart and Pat Walsh in 2nd place with the teams of Ben Anacker and Jack Renshaw, Gary O’Hara and Chris Walker, and Mark Andrews and Dan Trowbridge tying for 3rd place.

Thanks to all for keeping the pace of play for both days, Sunday was on average faster than Saturday.  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.

Relief – Concrete Lining Water Hazard

August 14th, 2018 posted by Jim Thompson

A CMGC member recently described a situation that occurred at the ninth hole a couple of tournaments ago. The player’s tee shot came to rest just outside of the water hazard to the left of the ninth green. The ball was NOT IN THE HAZARD but the concrete liner of the hazard interfered with his stance to play the next shot. The question was whether the player was able to take free relief from the concrete liner which clearly meets the definition of a hazard under Rule 24. The answer is yes, the player does get relief under such circumstance based on Rule 24-2. B as follows:

B. Relief

Except when the ball is in a water hazard or a lateral water hazard, a player may take relief from interference by an immovable obstruction as follows: (i) Through the Green: If the ball lies through the green, the player must lift the ball and drop it, without penalty, within one club-length of and not nearer the hole than the nearest point of relief. The nearest point of relief must not be in a hazard or on a putting green. When the ball is dropped within one club-length of the nearest point of relief, the ball must first strike a part of the course at a spot that avoids interference by the immovable obstruction and is not in a hazard and not on a putting green.

The first sentence of the rule provides “Except when the ball is in the water hazard or lateral hazard” the player gets relief. So in the above-described situation because the player’s ball was not in the hazard the player does get relief without penalty in accordance with the rule. If the player’s ball would have been in the water hazard and the immovable obstruction interfered with his stance or swing, he would not have been entitled to relief.

Bill Pultz-Rules Chairman

Annual Dues Renewal Notice

August 1st, 2018 posted by Jim Thompson

CMGC Member Annual Dues Renewal Starts Sept. 1, 2018 

CMGC Members, the Membership renewal process for the 2019 Annual Member Dues will begin on September 1, 2018.

You will be able to pay your Annual Member Dues on-line through the CMGC web site. For those few members who don’t have internet access, you may also pay by check to mailed to CMGC P.O. Box 180055 Coronado, CA 92178-0055.

As a reminder, 2019 Annual Member Dues are $160.00 if paid between September 1, 2018 and not later than September 30, 2018.

Beginning October 1, 2018 and ending October 31, 2018 you will still be able to pay your dues, however there is a $25.00 fee for paying late. If you pay in October your Annual Member Dues will be $185.00.

Failure to pay your Annual Member Dues by October 31, 2018 will result in you being dropped from the CMGC Membership effective December 31, 2018. To regain a CMGC Membership you would need complete the New Member Application process and be added to the current CMGC Waiting List.

Please don’t let this happen!

Important Renewal Dates & Cost of Annual Dues:

  • Sept 1, 2018 CMGC Annual Dues PayPal website active
  • 1, 2018 to Sept. 30, 2018 Annual Membership Dues 2019 = $160.00
  • 1, 2018 to Oct. 31, 2018 Annual Membership Dues 2019 = $185.00
  • After Oct. 31, 2018 Dropped from CMGC Membership Effective Dec. 31, 2018

CMGC Life Members’ Dues

Any regular Member, who has been Member in good standing of CMGC for at least five (5) years, upon attaining ago of 80 shall be eligible for Life Membership. Life Members shall only pay the annual SCGA fee of $36.00

Mark Andrews Wins John Ruedi Memorial With Net 62

July 23rd, 2018 posted by Jim Thompson

Congratulations to Board of Governor Mark Andrews for winning the John Ruedi Memorial over the weekend with a net eclectic score of 62.

First Flight:  Mark Judd and David Bryant tied with a net 63 with CMGC President Ken Hafner in 3rd place.

Second Flight:  Paul Gargan won with a net 64 with Ed Bastarache and Arties DeBaca tying for 2nd place.

Third Flight:  Ken Macleod won with a net 64, past CMGC President Creig Greaves in 2nd place with Jan Gosewich and Kirk Ferris tying for 3rd place.

Fourth Flight:  Mark Andrews won, with Rainer Busch and David Kephart tying for 2nd place.

Thanks to all for keeping the pace of play below 4 hours 40 minutes.  Remember, please keep up with the group in front, not with the group behind.

Thanks to all of the CMGC members who participated over the weekend.

July Member/Guest/Member

July 9th, 2018 posted by Jim Thompson

Congratulations to the team of Paul Schueren and Michael Carleton for winning the one-day Member/Guest/Member tournament with a net 59. 

First Flight:  Jim Powell and Mike Maloney won with a net 61, with the teams of Greg and Brian Enright, Matt Gallagher and Casey Mendoza, Chris McCann and Joe Mears, Steve Kaplan and Jim Lackritz, Ian Langdon and Mike Mendez, and Franc Happ and Dave Rodas tying for 2nd place.

Second Flight:  Schueren and Carleton won, with Jim and Stanley Bacinett in 2nd place and George Johnson and Jerry Fernandez in 3rd place.

Any guest winnings (pool and/or chits) will be included with the member’s accounts.  We had a serious problem with the pace of play, members have to keep up with the group in front, not with the group behind.  Members will be penalized and or excluded from future tournaments.

Thanks to the sold out field of 194 CMGC members who participated on Saturday in hot weather.

 

Playing Moving Ball – Phil Mickelson and the U.S. Open

June 25th, 2018 posted by Jim Thompson

Most everyone saw or heard about what Phil Mickelson did at the U.S. Open this year. Here is the Rule that the U. S. Open Committee decided Phil violated which resulted in his receiving a 2 stroke penalty.

14-5. Playing Moving Ball

A player must not make a stroke at his ball while it is moving.

Exceptions:

  • Ball falling off tee – Rule 11-3
  • Striking the ball more than once – Rule 14-4
  • Ball moving in water – Rule 14-6

When the ball begins to move only after the player has begun the stroke or the backward movement of his club for the stroke, he incurs no penalty under this Rule for playing a moving ball, but he is not exempt from any penalty under Rule 18-2 (Ball at rest moved by player).

(Ball purposely deflected or stopped by player, partner or caddie – see Rule 1-2)

Here is the Definition of a Stroke:
A “stroke” is the forward movement of the club made with the intention of striking at and moving the ball, but if a player checks his downswing voluntarily before the clubhead reaches the ball he has not made a stroke.
For those of us that saw what Phil did, he clearly made a stroke at the ball as it rolled by the hole.
Bill Pultz-Rules Chairman

SCGA Four-Ball

June 13th, 2018 posted by Jim Thompson

The SCGA Four-Ball was played May 19th and 20th with a field of 144 CMGC Members.  Congratulations to the team of Ron Graham and Tony Tessicini winning the qualifying flight with a two-day net score of 125.  Ron and Tony will represent CMGC at one of the SCGA qualifying sites. 

First Flight:  Ron and Tony won, with the team of Jeff Olson and Ron Scurr in 2nd place, teams of Tim Rosa and Joe Mears, James Nelson and Jan Gosewich tying for 3rd place.

Second Flight:  Dan Trowbridge and Raymond Cota won with a net 119 with a net 57 on Sunday, Gene Kemp and Kent Raffel came in 2nd place with Tony Blatnik and Bill Arwine in 3rd place.

Congratulations to Jon Presson who aced #5 on Sunday with a 6 iron, that’s an extra $100 in Pro Shop chits.

Also, the course marshalls and Tournament Chairman witnessed several members driving their carts on tees boxes and behind greens.  Please respect the hard work of course employees and keep carts at least 2o feet away from greens and on paths at the tee boxes.

Thanks to all those that participated over the weekend.