Congratulations to Greg Enright, winner of the Club’s Senior Championship for the 2nd time.

Greg Enright won the annual Senior Club Championship with a gross score of 142, 2 under par for the two days. John Hoffman came in 2nd place 1 stroke behind with Jim Powell and Tony Avarello in 3rd place.

First Flight (under 60): Ken Hafner came in 1st place with Ken Peterson and Mark Shults tying for 2nd place. 

Second Flight (60 – 69): Dennis Morgigno won with Al Kulp in 2nd place and Ron Mispagel in 3rd place.

Third Flight (over 70):  Bob Stuermer and Artie DeBaca tied for 1st place with Judge Leo Papas in 3rd place .

Congratulations to Mark Judd who had a hole in one on Saturday at #9, he’s still buying. 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 the best it has ever been, let’s keep it that way going forward.

Congratulations to Jim Bennet and Artie DeBaca, winners of May’s SCGA Four-Ball

First Flight: Jim and Artie won with a card off at -14, John Hoffman and Tony Avarello came in 2nd place with George Blair and David Hudson in 3rd place. 

Second Flight:  Bob Plumb and Stephan Dupourque tied with Scott Weeman and Douglas Willibey with Rainer Busch and Jeff Dowell in 3rd place .

As a reminder, Golf Genius will be required with all tournaments and scoring must be done on the course, not afterward. Members must verify the scores from a hard card with the inputted Golf Genius scores before they leave the course. Any errors, changes or missing scores after leaving the course will cause disqualification.

Thanks for the members who participated. It is vital we follow all of the procedures in order to keep our tournaments. Members must use masks in and around the Pro Shop and Clubhouse, and maintain social distancing on the course. The city and county are evaluating all golf courses in order to ensure compliance. And as always, remember, keep up with the group in front of your group. The pace of play could have been better both days for those that teed off after 8:45a. Take care and stay safe.

Link to find restaurant card balance

Click this link to find out the balance on your green restaurant card. The ePIN is the number on the back of the card, lower left. The restaurant card balance link is also under the “tournaments” menu item.

Barry Finnerty and Gerry Susko win the April 2-Day Easter Weekend Tournament

First Flight: Robert Castro and Bill Subang won with Bob Swisher and Mark Daly in 2nd place, Bill Wilson and Randy Dorris, Gary Miles and Jim Barry, Peter Lavallee and Dick Braun, Brian Cincotta and Ruben Huerta all tying for 3rd place. 

Second Flight:  Barry and Gerry won with Jack Renshaw and Brian Walsh in 2nd place with Bob Emerson and Dick Wank tying Bob Podoloff and Michael Flaherty for 3rd place .

As a reminder, Golf Genius will be required with tournaments starting in January and scoring must be done on the course, not afterward. Members must verify the scores from a hard card with the inputted Golf Genius scores before they leave the course. Any errors, changes or missing scores after leaving the course will cause disqualification.

Thanks for the members who participated. It is vital we follow all of the procedures in order to keep our tournaments. Members must use masks in and around the Pro Shop and Clubhouse, and maintain social distancing on the course. The city and county are evaluating all golf courses in order to ensure compliance. And as always, remember, keep up with the group in front of your group. The pace of play could have been better on Sunday. Take care and stay safe.

Dick Braun and Peter Lavallee win the March Satellite 2-Man Shamble

First Flight: Dick and Peter won with Glenn Miller and Franc Happ in 2nd and Steve Hernandez and Tim Justice in 3rd place. 

Second Flight:  Mark Andrews and Kirk Ferris came in 1st place with Bob Emerson and Dick Wank tying John DeProspo and Michael Patton for 2nd place.

Congratulations to Dante Togliatti with a hole-in-one on #5. He’s buying if you see him.

As a reminder, Golf Genius will be required with tournaments starting in January and scoring must be done on the course, not afterward. Members must verify the scores from a hard card with the inputted Golf Genius scores before they leave the course. Any errors, changes or missing scores after leaving the course will cause disqualification.

Thanks for the members who participated. It is vital we follow all of the procedures in order to keep our tournaments. Members must use masks in and around the Pro Shop and Clubhouse, and maintain social distancing on the course. The city and county are evaluating all golf courses in order to ensure compliance. And as always, remember, keep up with the group in front of your group. The pace of play could have been better. Take care and stay safe.

Cancellations and No-shows

The tournament manual (under the references menu item) says this about cancellations and no-shows:

  1. Cancellations: The Tournament Chairman is to be notified of cancellations no later than 4:00 p.m, three days before the start of a tournament (if a tournament starts on Saturday, members must advise the Chairman by 4:00 p.m. Wednesday night). Refunds of tournament fees will be made only to those who cancel before the deadline, unless the Tournament Chairman determines there were extenuating circumstances.
  2. “No Shows”: Players who do not show up for their scheduled tee time will not be allowed to enter tournaments for the next two months, unless the Tournament Chairman determines there were extenuating circumstances.

Here’s what we are doing: Cancellations need to happen as described above (4pm three days before tournament) to get a cash refund. What has changed since the manual was written is that we put money on your restaurant card. So, sometime after 4pm three days before the tournament, money is put on your card. Since money was added to your card, there will not be any cash refunds. For those players that come off the waiting list after money has been added to restaurant cards, they will not have to pay the tournament fee since they will not get any money added to their restaurant card.

As for no shows, we have not been enforcing the penalty of not being allowed to enter tournaments for the next two months. Starting with the April Satellite, we will enforce the penalty. If you do not cancel from a tournament and you do not show up to play, you have taken away the opportunity for someone on the waiting list to play and reduced the course’s revenue.