Scratch Flight: Randy won with a gross two day score of -2, John Hoffman came in 2nd with Paul Albitz in 3rd.
First Flight: Ken Hafner came in 1st place with Alan Kulp in 2nd place and Roy Burchill in 3rd.
Second Flight: Brian Cincotta won with Paul Gargan and Lawerence McJannet tying for 2nd place.
Third Flight: Pat Rolfe and Marc McCloskey tied for 1st place with Frank Fleming in 3rd.
Thanks for the members who participated. It is vital we follow all of the procedures in order to keep our tournaments. And as always, remember, keep up with the group in front of your group. The pace of play was good, but it could have been better.
(From the City of Coronado Recreation and Golf Services)
The scope of the ponds project was to clean out debris from the pond basins and to troubleshoot and repair the well system that fills the ponds with water. The emptying the ponds was accomplished through a team effort including several departments within the city organization. Once the ponds had been emptied, a contractor moved in and cleaned out the debris from within the basins. Hundreds of yards of material were removed and hauled to a disposal area.
The water for the ponds comes from a well near #9 tee. Over the last three years the production of water from our well had dwindled to almost nothing. Golf staff hired a contractor to video the well in order to investigate the source of the problem. We found that over the years, the screens in the well had completely sealed up with salt. This was not surprising as the water from the well is highly sodic (basically sea water). Our team decided to perform rehabilitation work to the well to restore water production for filling and maintaining the water level in the ponds by cleaning the screens in the well. The screens are what allows the ground water to pass into the well hole. A contractor was hired and began work in August of this year. Unfortunately, as the contractor was working, the well collapsed. At that point staff investigated the problem by shooting another video of the well and found that approximately one half of the well had indeed collapsed. We are not able to save the well in its current state. Staff is now researching options for a reliable, affordable and ethical source of water for the ponds.
The City is committed to finding a solution and will keep you updated as the project develops.
Please accept our humble apologies for any inconveniences the project has caused.
First Flight: Paul and Dante won with a net eclectic score of 57, Bob Podoloff and David Bryant in 2nd place with Scott Everroad and Mark Page in 3rd place. Paul Albitz chipped in on the 18th hole for an eagle to secure the victory. Sorry it took so long Paul.
Second Flight: Dick Watts and his son William tied Bob Stuermer and Gary Yatsko for 1st place with a net eclectic score of 60 with John Eves and John Escher tying Dave Kephart and Pat Walsh for 3rd place.
Thanks for the members who participated. It is vital we follow all of the procedures in order to keep our tournaments. And as always, remember, keep up with the group in front of your group. The pace of play was very good, let’s keep it that way going forward.
The new membership waitlist is currently at 181. To try to reduce this list and the wait time, new membership applications have been suspended. The men’s club website will be updated when applications are accepted again.
Beginning September 1st 2021, CMGC members will be able to pay their 2022 annual membership dues on this website.
The dues for Regular Members are $160.00 if received by September 30th, and $185.00 if received by October 31st.
Any Regular Member who has been a member in good standing for at least five years upon attaining the age of 80 will become a Life Member and pay $36.00 in annual dues.
Members dues not received by October 31st 2021, will relinquish their CMGC membership.
On a sad note, Colin McInnes, former president of CMGC as well as holder of several other positions, passed away recently. Even though declining health the past few years prevented him from playing the game he loved, he made certain the keep abreast of the game and the CMGC. A good golfer and true friend, he will be missed.