Coronado Golf Course Closed

The city of Coronado has closed the golf course. All tee times for this weekend have been canceled. The April dates are on hold until further notice. Stay safe and take care.

Temporary Weekend Tournament Format

The Coronado Men’s Golf Club’s temporary weekend tournament format will allow members to sign up on the scheduled dates with no payment necessary until further notice. If you’d like to play April 4th & 5th, sign up as usual on the website (above). Those that signed up and paid previously have been refunded. The Board will not ask members or volunteers to put themselves at risk during this time, so there will be no tournament operations (payments, scoring, chits) except for assigning tee times.  The city of Coronado has decided to keep the course open, but the Pro Shop will be closed.  As always, if you have been assigned a tee time and choose not to play, please ensure you call the Pro Shop and cancel your time.  You will be able to pay at the Pro Shop window and carts will be available and disinfected after each use.  There will not be sand bottles and the flags and rakes should not be touched.  We ask that all members take appropriate precautions such as social distancing and not playing if you are sick. We will post and send out further information as it happens.

March 2-Day Tourney Canceled

The Coronado Men’s Golf Club’s March 2-Day Tourney for this weekend (March 21-22) is canceled and the signups for the April Max Leslie (April 4-5) have been suspended due to health concerns.  Anyone who signed up for the March tournament and paid will receive a $35 credit to their club restaurant card in order to support them in this time.  Those that paid for their foursome need to work that out themselves.  The Board will not ask members or volunteers to put themselves at risk during this time.  The city of Coronado has decided to keep the course open, but the Pro Shop will be closed.  If you’d like to play, you have a set time with the course this weekend.  If you choose not to play, please ensure you call the Pro Shop and cancel your time.  You will be able to pay at the Pro Shop window and carts will be available and disinfected after each use.  There will not be sand bottles and the flags and rakes should not be touched.  We ask that all members take appropriate precautions such as social distancing and not playing if you are sick.  We will post and send out further information in the near future.

Congratulations to Bob Plumb and Magic Taylor for winning the March Satellite 2-Man Shamble.

Bob Plumb and Magic Taylor won the one day 2-Man Shamble in a card off.

First Flight:  The teams of Mike Maloney and Jim Powell tied with George Blair and David Hudson for 1st place with net 64s with the teams of Paul Albitz and Dante Togliatti, Dennis Morgigno and Don Ryan, Rainer Busch and Jeff Dowell tying for 3rd place. 

Second Flight:  Bob and Magic won in the card off with Nick Cranmer and Shane Durkin, Jan Gosewich and Robert O’Leary tying for 2nd place all with a net 63.

Thanks for the members who participated. Remember, keep up with the group in front, not the group behind. We have a club that follows many rules, make sure you and your group understands each tournament’s rules and requirements and document what is required.

Congratulations to John Escher, winner of the 2020 CMGC President’s Cup

New 2020 member John Escher had a net score of 139 for the weekend to win the 2020 Coronado Men’s Golf Club President’s Cup.

First Flight:  Greg Siebenthal won also with with John Donnelly in 2nd place and Tyson Pathak and Mike Mendez tying for 3rd place. 

Second Flight:  Mike Maloney won with Gary O’Hara in 2nd place and Peter Lavallee in 3rd place.

Third Flight:  John Escher won with Pat Rolfe in in 2nd place and Jeff Olson in 3rd place.

Fourth Flight:  Dick Watts won with Art Duffey in 2nd place and Tommy Nelson in 3rd place.

Paul Albitz had his fourth hole-in-one on Saturday on the 15th hole. Also, Paul Determan shot his age (80) on Sunday. Times were a little slow on Saturday, remember, keep up with the group in front, not with the group behind. Thanks for all who participated in some nice weather.

Weekend Tournaments to use Golf Genius

The weekend tournament committee has begun using Golf Genius for real-time scoring. Please be patient as we go through the transition process. Also because of the transition, several 2020 tournaments will only use the World Handicap System course handicaps instead of the past Local Handicaps. Please see the information on downloading the Golf Genius App here or any APP store. If you have any questions, please see us in the office, thanks.