Archive for August, 2015

Today’s results

Hello Ladies,

I have a few before the results.

1. The club is closed on September 8th and the Breakers invited us to play with them on their play day of September 10th. If you are interested in playing with them, you need to sign up on their board in the proshop.

2. Last week we had 3 holes with temporary greens. So under USGA rules, we need to use par plus pops on those holes to allow us to post the scores. So I went through and changed the scores so we can post those scores. Just wanted to let you know just in case you didn’t see your score yet or your score is a little different from what you remember.

3. I will be out of town on September 15, 2015. Cathy Fancey and Jill Chase will be handling that day for me.

NOW, for the results.

We had a total of 47 ladies play with 9 guest.

Our game was SIX-SIX-SIX.

Birdies:
Dana Wardstrom #2
Annette Krey #6, #7 and #17
Lin Lenson #7
Sondi Schnee #17

Chip-In’s (worth 4.00 each)

Cindy Renshaw #12
Loni Maloney #6
Sonja Welin #18
Sally Sturney #1
Gay Wold #4
Sondi Schnee #17

Closest – to – the – pin

Members
#2 Sally Sturney 10′ 7″
#17 Debbie Martin 4′

Guests
#7 Loni Maloney 10′ 7″
#14 Gina Bischofberger 9′ 8″

GUEST FLIGHT
FIRST PLACE with a score of 126
Sandy Mize
Conchita Christensen
Tammy Slabaugh
Gina Bischofberger

SECOND PLACE with a score of 134
(we had a tie and broke the tie with the back 9 score)
Judi August
Sonja Welin
Rose Vieira
Nancy Lencioni

MEMEBER FLIGHT
FIRST PLACE with a score of 125
Nonie Greenfield
Jan McCleery
Shelly Morgan
Hilary Frigillana

SECOND PLACE with a score of 131
(we had a three way tie and broke the tie with the back 9 score)
Cathy Fancey
Becky Frazier
Cindy Renshaw
Jill Chase

Thank you all for coming out and look forward to seeing you on Tuesday.

Next Tuesday is PPLN (Putts, Points and Low Net)
It is also the last WGANC Pendant Day.

Dana

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August 18th results

Hello Ladies,
Before I get to the results. I have to address an ongoing issue. Which I hear about a lot.

Pace of play.

Please remember we play ready golf. A lot of ladies walk and that is great but if you are in a cart. You can drive to your ball and hit while they are walking. Even if they are farther back than you.
Also, if you are a walker, please consider as you are walking what club you plan to use. Be ready to hit when you get to your ball.

Also when you get to a tee box, you don’t have to wait for the lowest handicap or the person that just had the last par. If you are ready, then GO..

Communication with your group is really helpful. You can say to the ladies. “I hate to go first” that way they all know that they should hit before you do.

I know some games are hard on pace of play…i.e. today’s game because you couldn’t pick up or if you did you would possibly take yourself out of the game.
I heard at lunch their were a few ladies that had a hole that was in double digits. OOPS!

But if that happens then the rest of you should be ready for your shot and maybe hitting while the lady that is struggling takes a breather. That is where the your communication will help.

With all that said, I think if you are on a 4 hour or 4:15 hour pace of play then I can’t ask for you to play faster.
I know that I have read in the past from Hilliary we should keep up with the group in front of us. Good rule of thumb.

So off the soap bax and on to the results,

Birdies:
Annette Krey #7
Cindy Renshaw #1

Chip-in’s (worth $3.75 each)
Carol Grabar #10
Bonnie Ladd #12 and #15
Charlene Kleiner #10
Nonie Greenfield #15
Grace Berend #18
Jan Baehr #11
Cathy Fancey #11

Closest to the Pin (worth $3.25 each)
Handicap 0-26
#2 Cindy Renshaw 27′ 11 1/4″
#7 Kelly Vik 4″ 11″
#14 Kelly Vik 14′ 2″
#17 Mary Watkins 14′ 3 1/2″

Handicap 27-36
#2 Sally 31′ 4″
#7 Sally Sturney 10″
#14 Sondi Schnee 15′ 7″
#17 Nonie Greenfield 55′ 2 3/4″

Flight One:
1st Place Jeanne Zweamer with a score of 36.5 (worth 7.75)

2nd/3rd/4th Place with a score of 38 (worth 5.75 each)
Annette Krey
Dana Wardstrom
Mary Watkins

5th Place
Shelly Morgan and Cindy Renshaw with a score of 38.5 (worth 2.00 each)

Flight Two:
1st Place Sandy Mize with a score of 34 (worth 7.75)
2nd Place Sally Sturney with a score of 34.5 (worth 6.75)
3rd Place Nonie Greenfield with a score of 37 (worth 5.75)
4th/5th Place Joanne Leete and Sonja Welin with a score of 39 (worth 4.25 each)

Next week is Guest Day and the Game is SIX-SIX-SIX
1-6 One Net Ball
7-12 Two Net Balls
13-18 Three Net Balls

See you Tuesday

Dana

Three-Putting the right way

Don’t you wish you could three-putt like this?

http://www.pinehurst.com/news/dont-you-wish-we-could-all-3-putt-like-this/

Recent Rules happenings

Ladies:

Here are a few items about the Rules that have come up recently. Thank you so much for your ideas.

When you have to “drop” a ball under a Rule, for example because you went into the water, or because you are in Ground under Repair, you cannot re drop your ball if you don’t like where your ball ended up. The only time you can is if the ball lands closer to the hole. So, be careful where you drop as…………. it is where it is!

Your ball lands in “Ground under Repair’. You do NOT have to pick up your ball and take relief and drop it out of the area unless you WANT to.

If your feet, or the area of your intended swing are in the Ground under Repair but your ball is not, you have the same options as if you ball were in the Ground under Repair.
You can take relief if you want to, or not.

These two following items are about…. “Think before you pick up and drop”

If you decide to pick up your ball to take free relief as allowed under a Rule, for example if your ball is on a cart path, THINK FIRST, and then think again. You may find that where you are about to drop will put you under a tree, in a terrible lie or in a worse position. Do not pick up your ball until you are sure. Once you lift it your ball you cannot replace it
without incurring a one stroke penalty for lifting your ball in play. That free relief just turned into a penalty stroke.

When you consider using Rule 28 for an Unplayable Lie, think carefully about your options.

If you use option b) as far back as you like in line with pin and where ball lies, or c) within two club lengths no closer to the hole, be very sure of where that will put you.
You could end up in a similar or even worse lie.

Remember the best option might be a), to play a ball from where you made your last stroke. Get the most from your one stroke penalty…..

When your ball goes into a water hazard and you are not sure where to drop the answer is…..Decide where the ball LAST crossed the hazard. Maybe it bounced from land to rocks, to rocks to land, and finally……… into the water, but where did it LAST cross the hazard? Find that place, see if the markers are red or yellow, and then use one of the allowed options under Rule 26.

If you make a stroke at your ball and your ball hits you, you incur a one stroke penalty. If it hits a tree and ricochets backwards and hits you, or bounces off a rock and hits you, or bounces off a yardage marker and hits you, ouch, sadly you play the ball where it lies, take the bruises and the penalty. The bruising is just not enough punishment.

I hope this helps you.
Hilary

August 11 Results

Hello Ladies,

We had 32 ladies today. We had our newest member Julie Jackson join us, welcome Julie.

Today was PPLN day and here are the results.

Birdies:

Annette Krey #4
Dana Wardstrom #8 and #15
Gay Wold #3
Cindy Renshaw #1 and #5

Chip-in’s worth 6.25 each
Nancy Lencioni #2
Gay Wold #3
Frances Shipilov #14
Sondi Schnee #15
Carol Grabar #11

Closest to the Pin

0-26 Handicap
#2 Cathy Fancey 17′ 4″
#7 Cindy Renshaw 14′ 5″
#14 Gay Wold 7′ 4″
#17 – No one

27-36 Handicap
#2 Doris Bunnell 24′ 1/2″
#7 Sandy Mize 39′ 9″
#14 Deborah Veatch 19′ 5″
#17 Carol Grabar

Flight One
1st Place – Shelly Morgan with a net score of 69, worth $7.50
2nd Place – Cindy Renshaw with a net score of 72, worth $6.50
3rd and 4th ties
with a score of 73, worth $3.33 each
Dana Wardstrom
Kelly Vik
Jan Baehr

Flight Two
1st Place – Deborah Veatch with a score of 73, worth $7.50
2nd Place – Sondi Schnee with a score of 74, worth $6.50
3rd Place – Grace Berend with a score of 75, worth $5.50
4th Place – Jan McCleery with a score of 76, worth $4.50

OVERALL LOW GROSS WINNER:
Annette Krey with a score of 83

OVERALL LOW NET WINNER:
MARY WATKINS WITH A SCORE OF 68 worth $8.00

OVERALL LOW PUTTS WINNER:
HILARY FRIGILLANA WITH 29 PUTTS worth $8.00

Thank you all for coming today and next week is a new game.
Hope to see all of you,

Dana


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