We are working with Feast and Fareway to improve service and the overall experience at the restaurant. I have spoken with the F & F Manager Michael Vitale, and he is committed to the CMGC Membership. Michael along with his staff value our patronage.
Michael will continue to work with his staff to do the best they can, especially during the peak lunch rush. Michael would like to remind all golfers to check in with the hostess prior to sitting at one of our reserved tables. This will help with their overall service.
Michael would like to hear our feedback. Please send him a direct email if you have a concern or comment. Michael’s email is firstname.lastname@example.org
We look forward to a great partnership with Feast and Fareway going forward.
General Meeting update:
The General Meeting will be on Tuesday November 14th at 5 pm.
SCGA Team Play matches are played during a short regular season from mid-January to mid-March. The format is match play. You play an individual match and a better ball match during each round. All matches are played on Saturdays.
Last year we started slow and finished strong. We plan to keep this momentum going into year 2. We play at quality courses: Torrey Pines, San Vicente, and Steele Canyon. The regular season consists of six matches – 3 at home and 3 away. The winner of our league advances to the playoffs.
Last season’s best performers are being invited to play this season. We need several more CMGC members with indexes of 20 or less to round out the team. You should enjoy match play and all the strategies associated with that format.
The 16 regular team members will play most matches. We know it can be tough to be available for each match so we also plan to have 6-8 subs who will play when a regular team member can’t.
If you’re interested in being a part of the team, send an email to Roy Burchill at email@example.com by Friday, October 20. Provide your GHIN. Also let him know whether you want to be considered as one of the 16 regular team members or as one of the subs or either. By early November, Roy will notify the team members and subs selected to be on the team.
I thought I’d send out a quarterly update on our club as we head into the fall season. It’s been a great year of golf with most tournaments completely full. The Board works hard to have the right number of members in our club to fill each tournament, but with as few players as possible on a standby list. This is a balancing job that’s not easy. Paul Albitz has done a great job of notifying members when we have openings.
We are in the middle of our membership renewal period. Thank you to all the golfers that have renewed their membership already. We currently have two thirds of our members that have renewed as of today. Just a reminder that renewals are $160 until Oct 1st and $185 between 10/1 to 10/31. Life Members only pay the $36 annual SCGA fee. Your Board has also worked hard to not raise the renewal rate, even during the current inflation cycle.
I would like to congratulate all the winners of our tournaments so far this year. A special congratulations to Daryl Green for winning the Club Championship. This is Daryl’s 4th time as our Club Champion. I would also like to recognize Steve Miles for winning the Senior Club Championship.
A special recognition to Lance DeGrazier for scoring a hole in one on Saturday and then backing in up with another hole in one on Sunday of our last tournament. I’m sure this must be a CMGC record.
A reminder that our next General Meeting will be held at Feast and Fareway on Tuesday Nov 14th at 5 pm. We will be sending out an RSVP email prior to the meeting. We would like to have a fairly exact count in order to have the right amount of food on hand.
Our players have done a great job with pace of play this year. Thank you for all your efforts in making this happen. This is important to ensure that we do not lose any of our tee times back to the Pro Shop.
Please do not hesitate to reach out to me or any Board Member with questions, concerns or suggestions. Good luck to all the golfers competing in the upcoming Board of Governor’s Tournament.