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John Hoffman Wins Senior Club Championship for Fifth TimeJune 24th, 2019 posted by Jim Thompson
Congratulations to John Hoffman who won the 2019 CMGC Senior Club Championship for the fifth time! John played the weekend with a gross 138, 6 under par. Congratulations again and thanks to all those who participated.
First Flight: Rob Mills won with a net 137, Dante Togliatti, Robert Bixby and Rick Caraballo tied for 2nd place.
Second Flight: Jamie Elwell won with a net 143, with Ken Peterson in 2nd place and Paul Varelia in 3rd place.
Third Flight: Ron Scurr won with a net 136, Al Kulp, Jeff Olson and John Chessman tied for 2nd place.
Fourth Flight: Kirk Ferris, Bob Stuermer and Gordon Volpi tied for 1st place with a net 136. Congratulations to our Super-Senior Club Champion Bob Stuermer who turned 80 last year.
Another congratulations to Clark Bixby, who had a hole-in-one on the 11th hole on Saturday. The weather was great all weekend, thanks to all of the CMGC members who participated.
New Rates for Coronado Golf Course beginning July 1, 2019June 24th, 2019 posted by Jim Thompson
The Coronado Men’s Golf Club has been informed by the City of Coronado that they will be instituting a rate increase beginning July 1, 2019. The new rates will be as follows:
- Non-resident General Play Regular Green Fee $42
- Non-resident Regular Weekend/Holiday (Prime Time) $47
- Coronado Resident General Play Regular Green Fee $38
- Coronado Resident Regular Weekend/Holiday (Prime Time) $43
- Non-resident Frequent Player Card (FPC) $32 x 40 rounds or $1280
- Non-resident Frequent Player Card (FPC), single or family, $32 x 80 rounds or $1920
- Resident Player Card (RPC) $28 x 40 rounds or $1120
- Resident Player Card (RPC), single or family, $28 x 80 rounds or $1760
- Non-cardholders Tournament Play Fee $49
- Pre-paid Card Tournament Play Fee $7
New Tournament Food and Beverage ProceduresMay 21st, 2019 posted by Jim Thompson
The single greatest challenge facing the Coronado Men’s Golf Club Board of Governors (BoG) over the last couple of years has been providing food and beverage (F&B) services (breakfast, lunch and drinks) during our tournaments while operating within the established budget set each year for those offerings. Over time we’ve considered many options, including cancelling F&B service altogether, raising dues and/or tournament entry fees, and using other vendors off the premises for our F&B service.
In December of 2018 we solicited your opinion on the importance and priorities of our F&B services when compared against other tournament benefits such as chits and asked for ideas on what changes you’d like to see. We’ve considered your input, read through your comments and settled on a few great ideas which will offer our members various alternatives regarding F&B while also allowing the BoG to be fiscally responsible stewards of the Club’s funds.
Following the reconstruction and reopening of the restaurant, the most obvious changes to tournaments that you will notice include (1) no breakfast buffet; (2) no lunch tickets; and (3) no more drink tickets. (Suggestion: if you have any drink tickets lingering around, use them as soon as possible.)
Instead, each member will be issued their very own F&B card which will be linked to an individual account established for you within the new restaurant’s (“Feast and Fairways”) accounting system. Each time you play in a tournament, your account will be credited an amount TBD – current FY19 budget supports $30 for each 1-day tournament and $35 for each 2-day tournament – that can be used for breakfast, lunch, dinner, and/or drinks. You can choose to use your credit during the tournament … or not, it’s completely up to you. Your credits will not expire. That means you may stockpile credits to take friends and/or family out sometime later rather than use them on tournament days.
Other important points about the F&B card:
- For the time being, it cannot be used on the course to make purchases from the roaming beverage cart; however, we are working to find a solution that will allow us to include the roaming beverage cart in the F&B card use options.
- It cannot be used for tips/gratuities; you will have to use your own cash for that, as was the case with the lunch and drink tickets.
- If the card is lost, stolen or “misplaced,” there will be a $10 replacement charge.
So, for the sake of maintaining comradery among our members, and in support of the new restaurant, we will be offerings you these new choices allowing us to more effectively manage our expenditures, all without raising annual dues or tournament entry fees. We believe this holistic solution benefits more than just those members who are prone to winning tournaments. We hope you will appreciate the new way of business and thank you for your input, patience and understanding.
Additional updates will be provided as we get closer to the launch, likely in time for the July tournaments.
Jan Gosewich and Ron Mispagel win 2019 SCGA Four-Ball TournamentMay 20th, 2019 posted by Jim Thompson
Congratulations to Jan Gosewich and Ron Mispagel who won the 2019 SCGA Four-Ball with a net score of 125 with a net 62 on Sunday in the rain. They will represent CMGC at one of the SCGA qualifying events.
First Flight: Jan and Ron won, with Bill Wilson and Randy Dorris, Jon Dickie and Al Kulp, and Joji Mangubat and Bob Swisher tying for 2nd place.
Second Flight: Nick Monroe and Bob Lucas won with a net 126, Dennis Jacobs and Greg Post came in 2nd place with Tony Blatnik and Mike Dudas coming in 3rd place.
The weather was very bad on Sunday. Thanks to all of the CMGC members who participated and stuck in there.
Jim Richardson Wins 2019 Max Leslie EclecticApril 16th, 2019 posted by Jim Thompson
Congratulations to Jim Richardson who won the 2019 Max Leslie Eclectic with a net score of 62 in a card-off.
First Flight: John Hoffman won with a net 63, Kevin Paulson came in 2nd place with Paul Albitz and Mark Judd tying for 3rd place.
Second Flight: Ponch Malmberg, Rob Morgan and Rich Kersulis all tied for 1st place with net 63s.
Third Flight: Jim Richardson won with Myles Collins in 2nd place and Creig Greaves and Jesus Monzon tying for 3rd place.
Fourth Flight: Al Erojo won with a net 63 with Tony Blatnik in 2nd place and Ed Pietrzak in 3rd place.
The greens were pretty rough but the pace of play was very good on Sunday. Remember, keep up with the group in front, not with the group behind.
Thanks to all of the CMGC members who participated.
May 7th Semi-Annual General Meeting CancelledApril 10th, 2019 posted by Jim Thompson
Due to the uncertainty regarding the reopening of the restaurant, the CMGC Board of Governors has canceled the General Meeting scheduled for May 7, 2019. Instead, please look for web announcements, emails, and/or postings at the club, as these will serve in place of the General Meeting to ensure communication of the higher priority club issues and efforts during this time. Thank you for your support and patience as we roll with the impacts of the restaurant reconstruction.
Ken Hafner, President
2019 March 2-Day SatelliteMarch 25th, 2019 posted by Jim Thompson
Congratulations to the team of George Johnson, David Legge, Gerald Fernandez and Jim Barry which won the 2019 March 2-Day Satellite with a net score of 250.
The team of Ed Bastarache, Chris Murray, Steve Koudelka and Scott Everroad came in 2nd place with Bob Emerson, Paul Albitz, Thomas Smith and Dante Togliatti in 3rd place.
Thanks for keeping the time of rounds to less than 4 ½ hours. Remember, keep up with the group in front, not with the group behind. Joe
Also have to mention that Greg Siebenthal’s automated club cart went haywire and ended up in the pond on the 8th hole on Saturday. Greg, we hope everything has dried out and you get the kinks worked out with that.
Thanks to all of the CMGC members who participated.
Tony Blatnik and Kirk Ferris Win the March 2-Man ScrambleMarch 11th, 2019 posted by Jim Thompson
Congratulations to the team of Tony Blatnik and Kirk Ferris which won the 2019 March 2-Man Scramble with a net score of 62 in a card-off.
First Flight: Gary O’Hara and Dan Malloy won also with a net 62. Paul and Matt Determan, Greg Enright and Bobby Braun, Michael Ladd and Chris Striebel, Gareth and Mike Garety, Chris Cuyugan and Joji Mangubat, Keith Hughes and David Kachigian and Rick McGaffigan and Barry Finnerty all tied for 2nd place.
Second Flight: Tony and Kirk won, with Rob Morgan and Jamie Elwell in 2nd place, with Bob Podoloff and David Bryant, Jan Gosewich and Robert O’Leary and Billy Pirtle and Jack Renshaw all tying for 3rd place.
The Pro Shop commented that we had numerous 5 hour rounds. This format should be faster since there are only two balls being played. Please try to keep rounds to 4 ½ hours at most. Remember, keep up with the group in front, not with the group behind.
Thanks to all of the CMGC members who participated.
David Koravos wins 2019 President’s CupFebruary 11th, 2019 posted by Jim Thompson
Congratulations to the two-time past club champion David Koravos who won the 2019 President’s Cup tournament with a net score of 136. David shot one under his age on Sunday with a gross 71. A trophy with David’s name on it will be presented at the November General Member Meeting.
First Flight: David won with Paul Albitz in 2nd place and Ian Langdon in 3rd place.
Second Flight: Al Kulp won with a net 140 with Rob Morgan in 2nd place and Ed Bastarache and Jim Bennet tying for 3rd place.
Third Flight: Magic Taylor tied with Bob Stuermer for 1st place with a net 139 and Brian Longmore in 3rd place.
Fourth Flight: Bob Lucas tied with Dick Watts for 1st place with a net 141 and Jeff Olson in 3rd place.
A special thanks to Ted Panos for donating four $50 gift cards for the closet to flag on #9. Remember, keep up with the group in front, not with the group behind.
Thanks to all of the CMGC members who participated over the very chilly weekend.
Restaurant Reconstruction ImpactsJanuary 25th, 2019 posted by Jim Thompson
Not only will the restaurant be inaccessible to us during the reconstruction, but the Coronado Men’s Club Room will be unavailable as well. As you can expect, this will have an impact on the normal tournament operations. Players should expect to see fewer food offerings, fewer Player’s Pool opportunities, and no check-in table, among other things, during this period of reconstruction. The Board of Governors has decided to redirect a majority of the funds normally used for food and beverage to the chit/prize fund pool for each tournament conducted during the reconstruction period. This will prove to be inconvenient for all of us and we ask for your patience and understanding as we navigate our way ahead.