Archive for March, 2011

March 22 Play Day Results

Our first game of Spring was “Clean Your Garden”. Each player tossed out one Par 3, one Par 4, and one Par 5. And the winners were:

Flight 1: 1st Place, Jackie Amthauer, Score 51 ($7), 2nd Place, Sandy Smith, Score 54 ($5),

3rd Place, Dana Wardstrom, Score 57 ($4)

Flight 2: 1st Place, Sonja Welin, Score 51 ($7), 2nd Place, Jan McCleery, Score 51 ($5),

3rd Place, Cathy Surdez, Score 54 ($4)

Birdies: Jackie Amthauer, Hole 8

Chip-ins: Dana Wardstrom, Hole 18

Closest to the Pin ($3 each)

Hole #2 – 1st Flight, Liz Lord (13’ 4-1/2)

2nd Flight, Joanne Smith (15’1”0

Hole #7 – 1st Flight, Dana Wardstrom (4’11”)

Hole #17 – 1st Flight, Hilary Frigillana (20’3”)

Congratulations to all!

Happy Golfing

Frani

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What’s ESC?

A reminder – what’s ESC? For handicap calculations, you are allowed a MAXIMUM score on each hole based on your course handicap and if you go over, you need to circle that score and at the end of your round put your adjusted score in the ESC column.

Please refer to the ESC table in your rosters for your course handicap ESC Maximum. If you are 30 or above (your “course handicap”, not your “Index”), you can have a maximum 9 on a hole. If you actually hit 10 strokes, record 10 strokes for the hole but circle it. You will need to subtract 1 from your final score as your ESC score at the end of your round. If your final score was 107, and that was your only hole > 9, your ESC would be 106. (NOTE: If we are playing a game where we don’t need the full gross score, if the Tournament Committee game sheet says you can “pick up”, then you can instead just record an X9 for that hole instead of a 10 and your final score will be your ESC score). REGARDLESS, PUT YOUR SCORE IN THE ESC COLUMN. That way we are consistent.

If your DB course handicap changes from the 30’s to the 20’s, now you can only record a maximum 8.

If your DB course handicap drops to the 10’s, now you have a maximum 7.

If your DB course handicap drops to single digits, your max is double-bogey. I’m looking forward to getting there! (Yeh, right! That would earn me the “Most Improved” Award for sure !! 🙂

Happy Golfing !

Jan

Play Day Results, March 15, 2011

The rain was held at bay, and 18 ladies played AND completed the play day. The game was Stableford – Par Points. And the winners were:

Flight 1: Jackie Amthauer, 21 points, $8.00

Dana Wardstrom, 19 points, $6.00

Cathy Houston, 18 points, $4.00

Flight 2: Ann Wangeman, 18 points, $8.00

Sonja Welin, 17 points, $6.00

Joanne Smith, 16 points, $4.00

Congratulations ladies.

Ann Wangeman also had the sole “Chip-in” (Hole #7), which netted her $16.00!

Gay Wold had the sole “Birdie”, Hole #8

Closest-to-the-Pin: Each winning $2.50

Hole 2 – Hilary Frigillana, 47’6”

Hole 7 – Jackie Amthauer 27’1”

Joanne Smith 11’ 3.5”

Hole 14 – Cathy Houston 23’1”

Grace Berend 67’4”

Hole 17 – Donna Reich 11’2”

Special Congratulations go out to Donna Reich for her Hole-in-One on Friday, March 12. She went out to play a “short” game and got her HIO on #2, forcing her to play the whole round… Ah gee!

Look forward to seeing you all next week.

Happy Golfing

Frani

General Meeting March 15, 2011

1:45 p.m. Meeting called to order by Jan McCleery in the upstairs ladies grill area.

Old Business: Approving the minutes from General Meeting September 14, 2010 Cam Donald wanted the minutes changed to state “that the player is to adjust their score and Dana Wardstrom (handicap) is double checking the scores, not the Pro Shop”. The correction so noted, Cam Donald moved to accept Minutes from the General Meeting of September 14, 2010 with the correction. Anne Wangeman seconded the motion, motion passed.

Bylaws Amendment: Jan showed yellow sheets on table, “Article X” about absentee ballots would become a part of the By-Laws. Discussion on how absentee ballots would be delivered to membership; 2 weeks ahead via email and in the pro shop drawer. Judy Bartoli questioned whether the “posting requirement” was followed and fulfilled. Fran Shiplov stated the official notice was posed for 14 days upstairs in the women’s locker room in September and felt the requirement had been fulfilled. This will be re-visited at the Board meeting and brought to the General Meeting next.
Also noted that Tournament Rules, Standing Rule #5 “Special sign-ups, important notices and information” shall be posted on the bulletin board. Discussion since the women have 2 bulletin boards and which is designated as the “official” notice board? More clarification will be spent on this issue.

Treasurer’s Report: Cathy Houston explained the Budget, items and balance. Donna Reich included an explanation of some of the expenditures from last year. Jan asked for a motion to approve the budget, Cathy Fancy moved to approved and Becky Frazier 2nd the motion. The motion passed.

Membership: Joanne Smith said we had 59 paid members.

Diablo Play: Becky Frazier said we are hosting April 19th and she needs volunteers including men.

Team Play: Sonja Welin and Bonnie Ladd explained team play.

Open Days: WGANC open play day 1 day a season at each club, unless hosting a tourney and then you are exempt for 2 years.

Handicap: Dana Wardstrom asked the membership to post correctly including your ESC score and knowing your handicap and how many strokes you can take on a hole.

Tournament: Beckie Carter announced that a letter will be posted on a bulletin board for Winter Rules. Sonja Welin asked about lift, clean and play Beckie and Jill Chase are working on Winter Play rules currently. Beckie noted that if the rules are special for that day’s play, they will be duly noted on the score cards, game card and announced by the pro shop on the P.A system.

Spring Handicap tournament is June 7, 9, 14. A $25.00 entry opens for March 24th.

Ambassador for WGANC: Hillary Frigillana has put out an email asking other clubs what they accept for Winter Rules. Judy Bartoli asked how do you determine Winter rules when they don’t exist? Local Rules supersede and the Tournament Committee decides on was will be accepted.

Invitational: Beckie wants to include in letter to companies we are soliciting for donations; that we are giving some of the proceeds to a charity, locally and for the WGANC Transportation fund. Various ways were discussed for collection of monies towards the charities. Jan McCleery brought up the possibility a Charity committee will be formed.

A motion was made to donate monies to local causes, primarily girls golf programs for Liberty. Francis withdrew her motion of 50% to Delta Community Services and 50% to WGANC. Beckie made a motion to give to the Liberty Girls Golf program and Nanci Lencioni seconded. Motion passed.

Magical World of Disney for Invitational theme. Looking for volunteers, colors will be pink and lavender.

Rally for the Cure: Cathy Fancy looking for a co-Chair, needs volunteers date will be October 18 and approved by the pro shop.

New Business: Winter hours were discussed and the difficulty knowing what month to apply winter hours.

Bylaws: New member plays with a Board member, are we still continuing with Article 3 Sec.6.?

Rosters: Hillary Frigillana isn’t pleased with the roster and wants to revamp rosters again. Discussion on spiral bound books and mini binders, increase of dues by $5.00 for rosters. Re-read over the membership acceptance for a reduced roster during General Meeting September 14, 2010 and membership voted in favor. Joanne Smith moved to have the $5.00 to be allocated only for rosters plus the budget. Formation of a Roster committee was discussed.

Bulletin Boards: Define and identify where the “official” board will be and add amendment to Standing Rules #5.

A general question was asked about Guest Day and breakfast. Fees for guest day will remain the same of $16.00 and will breakfast not be served.

Jan made a motion to adjourn, Sonja Welin motioned that we adjourn and Beckie seconded the motion. Meeting was adjouned 3:05 p.m.

Play Day Results for March 8th

HI Ladies,

What a beautiful day we had, perfect for golf…

Our game was Points Putts and Low Net

Congratulations to our Winners:

Overall Low Net Winner: with a Net Score of 70 – Cathy Fancey
Lowest Putts Winner: with 29 putts – Dana Wardstrom
Overall Low Gross: with a gross score of 78 – Annette Krey

1st Flight Winners
1st place: Annette Krey score 71 Sweeps won $4.00
2nd place: Lin Lenson score 75 Sweeps won $2.25

2nd Flight Winners (tie broke on hole #16)
1st place: Sonja Welin score 76 Sweeps won $4.00
2nd place: Cathy Surdez score 76 Sweeps won $2.25

Chip Ins Mary Watkins on hole # 17 paid $20.00

Birdies: Nancy Lencioni on hole# 2
Annette Krey on hole# 13 & 14
Mary Watkins on hole# 17

Closest to the Pin – Winners received $3.80

Handicap 0 -23 Handicap 24-36
Hole # 2 Nancy Lencioni 39″ Brenda Reisinger 30′ 6″
Hole# 7 Dana Wardstrom 10′ 5″ Brenda Reisinger 10′ 4″
Hole# 14 Annette Krey 3′ 10″

Great Game Ladies!!

Thank you,
Beckie

March rules (Hilary)

Hi Ladies: Let’s start our quiz year with an easy one, but first a Rules nag.

So that we play the game correctly please remember that if a Rule states that you must DROP the ball make sure you do so anddon’t just bend down and PLACE the ball. I know you want to get a perfect lie for your next shot but it is against the Rules and you will incur a TWO stroke penalty.

For example: When your ball goes in the water DROP a new ball. When taking relief from aeration holes DROP a ball. When taking relief from Ground under Repair DROP a ball please. Get used to doing it correctly! The only place you can place is on the putting green. Nag over.

Here’s the quiz, enjoy.

1. What is the maximum number of clubs with which a player may start a round?

14
15
13
12

2. A player may declare his ball unfit for play during the playing of a hole and after the concurrance of his opponent, if the ball _______ ?

is scratched
is cut or cracked
is covered with mud or other substance
its paint is damaged or discolored

3. According to Rule 11, how many club lengths behind the tee markers may a player tee the ball and still be within the teeing ground?

1
4
0, ball must be teed even with the tee markers
2

4. In match play, what penalty does a player incur for teeing off in front of the tee markers?

no penalty
no penalty, opponent may require player to re-hit
loss of hole
one stroke

5. Water hazards are defined by what color stakes or lines?

red
green
white
yellow

6. Which of the following is not considered ‘casual water’?

snow
puddle
ice
dew

7. An out of bounds stake is an obstruction under Rule 24?

True
False

8. A player may declare his ball unplayable at any place on the course except when the ball is in a _________

9. What is the penalty for hitting a ball out of bounds?

one stroke and distance
two strokes
one stroke
loss of hole in match play

10. A player may, upon reaching the putting green, change balls and complete play on the hole with the substitute ball?

True
False

ANSWERS

1. 14.
Rule 4-4. However, if a player starts a round with less than 14 clubs he or she may add clubs during the round up to 14 providing the pace of play is not affected.

2. Is cut or cracked.
Rule 5-3. It the opponent agrees that the ball is unfit, the player may replace it with no penalty

3. 2
The teeing ground is defined as a rectangular area 2 club lengths in depth defined by the outside limits of 2 tee markers.

4. No penalty, your opponent may require you to re-hit.
Rule 11-4. It is a 2 stroke penalty in stroke play.

5. 5. Yellow.
Red stakes or lines define lateral hazards. White stakes or lines define out of bounds.

6. 6. Dew
Casual water is defined as a temporary accumulation of water which is visible before or after a player takes his or her stance

7. 7. False.
Lateral hazard stakes and water hazard stakes are considered movable obstructions.

8. 8.Water Hazard

9. Rule 27. One stroke penalty.

9. One Stroke and distance.
.

10. False
Rule 15-1. A player must hole out with the ball played from the teeing ground, unless that ball has been declared unfit for play.

Honor that which is sacred and equal within us all.

Play Day Results for March 1st

Hi Ladies,

Well the morning started out very cold on my way to the club my car temp was at 37 degrees, when I came back to the club at 12:30 pm my car temp was at 65 degrees, turned out to be nice day for golf!!!

Our game: Odds & Evens (Team)

We had two teams with a 89 our tie breaker was on hole #12

First Place Winners (with a blind draw):
Liz Lord – Cathy Fancey – Cam Donald – Joanne Smith
Sweeps won $5.50 each

Second Place Winners:
Mary Watkins – Bonnie Lad d – Brenda Reisinger – Ann Wangeman
Sweeps won $4.00 each

Closest to the Pin:
Hole # Handicap 0 -27 Handicap 27 – 36
7 Sandy Smith 10′ 11″
14 Mary Watkins 41′ Cathy Surdez 6″ 10″
Amount paid to our winners $4.70 each

Chip ins: Anne Wangeman on hole #17 and Janet Brown on hole # 7
Amount paid to our winners $8.00 each..

Birdies: Cathy Fancey Hole # 15 and Janet Brown Hole # 7

Congratulations to all our Winners!!!!

Thank you,
Beckie Carter


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