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Please find the attached link outlining the Rules changes for 2023, as you can see nothing too drastic.
I will be sending out quizzes soon and will cover some of these for you.
Enjoy the sunshine, finally…..
So we survived the very cold temperatures early, but it morphed into a very nice day. Great to see the 16 ladies that came out to play. We played Stableford. Results for the day as follows:
1st Flight 0-25 hdcp:
1st place Cathy Fancey-37 pts $12
2nd place Conchita Christensen-36 pts $8
3rd place tie Becky Heagle & Cathy Houston-34 pts $2.25 each
2nd Flight 27-36 hdcp:
1st place Doris Bunnell-33 pts $13
2nd place Sandy Smith-31 pts $9
3rd place Sondi Schnee-29 pts $6
4th place Sally Sturney-28 pts $3.50
Closest to the Pin
|#5 (was 14)||Fran Grace 26′ 4″||–|
|#8 (was 17)||Annette Krey 26′ 4″||–|
|#11 (was 2)||Fran Grace 32′ 5″||Doris Bunnell 34′ 5″|
|#16 (was 7)||Annette Krey 5′ 6″||Doris Bunnell 4′ 10″|
Think there was a redundancy on this category today 😊 Closest to the Pins paid $4.75 or in this case $9.50 a person.
There were no chip ins today, so $17.00 is carried over to next week.
Oops so sorry, I forgot to acknowledge our birdies of the day:
Becky Heagle 7 (old 16)
Annette Krey 16 (old 7)
Doris Bunnell 16 (old 7)
Next week we are playing Sweet and Sour – take 4 lowest holes on front 9, 4 lowest holes on the back 9 and the WORST score of the day. Deduct ½ handicap. We have 25 ladies signed up at this point. If you have changed your mind and want to play, please call the pro shop, and have them add you to the Foretees event tab. This needs to be done by noon this Saturday. Scorecards will be cut Saturday afternoon.
Thanks everyone, it was fun today.
Eclectic is defined as “what appears to be best”. For the 2022 season, 36 ladies anted up $10 each to participate in this year’s Eclectic Tournament. Chairwoman Sally Sturney diligently kept your stats on ladies’ play days. At the end of the year, your personal best score for each hole is entered, resulting in your best total scorecard! Handicaps are used to determine best net scores. Congratulations to this year’s winners.
Overall Low Gross: Lisa Ferrante-57, winning $40.
Overall Low Net: Conchita Christensen-43.190, winning $40.
First place in each Flight won $35. Second place won $25. And third place won $10.
|1st FLIGHT (0-15)||Gross||Handicap||Net|
|2nd FLIGHT (16-23)||Gross||Handicap||Net|
|3rd FLIGHT (23-30)||Gross||Handicap||Net|
|4th FLIGHT (31-36)||Gross||Handicap||Net|
Webmaster’s Note-Check out Fran’s photos from the Holiday Luncheon by clicking on the Gallery page in the upper right corner of your screen.
Here are year-end prizes from PPLN and a few other items.
- Nukay Donnelly $80-improved 6.4 strokes
- Dana Wardstrom $40
- Nonie Greenfield $20
- Cathy Houston $70
- Cindy Renshaw $70
- Lisa Ferrante $40
- Debbie Martin $25
- Cindy Aafedt $40
- Donna Ybarra $25
- Becky Heagle $70
- Terry Billingham $40
- Sandy Smith $25
Low Gross Lisa Ferrante $25
Most Birdies Cindy Aafedt $25
Most closest to pins Annette Krey $20
Most chip ins Doris Bunnell $20
Most attendance Bonnie Ladd $40
Next year will start mid January. We are still not allowed a full schedule, so it will be spotty again.
That may change if tee times open up a bit later on.
Thank you for your patience this year.
Cindy and Becky
16 ladies participated. Winning the event was Bonnie Ladd, who was 18″ from the hole on 18. Also on 18 and winning: Sonja Welin 2nd, Cathy Houston 3rd, Kay Bargmann 4th, Cindy Renshaw 5th. Cindy Aafedt and Sherry Boyd were 6th for holing out on #17. The winners won Safeway gift cards.
The following won $5 each for their efforts.
Sky Donnelly chip in on #9.
Closest to pins
|Handicap 0-15||Handicap 23-36|
|#2||Jenny Dillon||Kay Bargmann|
|#7||Becky Heagle||Fran Grace|
|#14||Becky Heagle||Bonnie Ladd|
|#17||Cathy Houston||Lani Maloney|
Bonnie Ladd(14) and Lani Maloney (17) had birdies.
Christmas Luncheon next Tuesday.
Play days will resume mid January. Cathy Houston and I are co-chairs, as Becky has moved on to Captain.
Cindy and Becky
1. Are you entitled to free relief from a boundary fence that marks out of bounds?
2. If you hole out with the wrong ball do you still have the opportunity to correct your mistake or are you automatically disqualified?
3. If your ball rests against the flagstick on the lip of the cup but part of the ball remains above the cup have you holed out?
4. Are you allowed to play music on the course?
5. Are you allowed free relief in the General area for an embedded ball?
6. Are you penalized if your ball is under a rake and the ball moves when you remove the rake.
- A. No. Objects such as wall, fences, and stakes defining Course boundaries are not deemed as obstructions and are fixed so there is no free relief. Definition of Obstruction.
- A. Yes. As long as you correct your mistake and hole out with the correct ball before you tee off at the next hole you will only incur a 2 stroke penalty. Rule 6.3c.
- A. Yes. As long as any part of your ball is below the hole you have holed out. Rule 13.2c.
- B. Yes. BUT……Check with your fellow players first. Be courteous. Rule 4.3a(4), Rule 1.2. Make sure playing music is acceptable to all and agree on the genre. Keep the sound level low so as not to distract other players. Some courses do not allow music so check before you crank up your tunes!
- A. Yes. The General area is all of the course except for the teeing area, theputting green, bunkers and penalty areas. For your ball to be embedded it MUST be embedded in its own pitch mark and be below the level of the ground. The ball is not embedded if it is just sitting down into the grass. Rule 16.3a.
- A. No. Replace your ball on its original spot and play on. Rule 15.2a.
I hope this helps you.
Today’s game was “Odd Holes” — the nine odd holes counted, and you then subtracted half your handicap. Twenty-four ladies participated with eight ladies in each of the three flights. Winnings were as follows: 1st Place – $16; 2nd Place – $8; and 3rd Place – $4.
Congratulations to Bonnie Ladd with a 33 — the best score of the day!
“ODD HOLES” Winners:
|1st place||2nd place||3rd place|
|1st Flight||Cindy Aafedt-34||Annette Krey-35||Donna Ybarra-38|
|2nd Flight||Joanne Leete-35.5||Kay Bargmann-36||Amelia Lyons-38|
|3rd Flight||Bonnie-Ladd-33||Deborah Veatch-37||Sonja Welin-39.5|
BIRDIES – There were six birdies today: Bonnie Ladd Hole #2, Jeanne Zwemer Hole #2, Cindy Aafedt Hole #3, Julie Hanson Hole #5, Terry Billingham Hole #7, Conchita Christensen Hole #15
CHIP-IN’S: There were four chip-in’s, each paying $6:• Julie Hanson Hole #5• Bonnie Ladd Hole #9• Sandy Smith Hole #10• Conchita Christensen Hole #17
CLOSEST TO THE PIN – $6 to each winner:
|Low Handicap 0-26||High Handicap 27-36|
|Hole #2||Cathy Houston – 11’8″||Jeanne Zwemer – 8’6″|
|Hole #7||Amelia Lyons – 19’6″||–|
|Hole #14||Donna Ybarra – 36’5″||Lani Maloney – 75′|
|Hole #17||Frances Shipilov – 19’5″||Doris Bunnell – 64’9″|
Congratulations to all the winners. Please remember to sign up for our next play day – PPLN, which is scheduled for November 29.
Doris and Sally
The day started out sunny but the last 4 holes were wet and miserable. Only 8 out of the 14 players finished the round. As a result, we only had one flight that paid out three places.
The game was Double If. After completing the round each golfer threw out the two worst scores and deducted the full handicap.
Bonnie Ladd came in third with a game score of 62 and won $8.
Kay Bargmann was second with a score of 60 and won $17.
Conchita Christensen was the winner with a score of 59 and won $24.
There was only one chip-in. Deborah Veatch had it on Hole 12! She won $14.
There was only one birdie. Frances Shipilov made a bird on Hole 6. Congratulations!
Closest to Pin paid out $4.00 and there were only 4 winners, and no one landed on hole 17 green.
Hole 14 Sondi Schnee- 59 feet.
Hole 2 Kay Bargmann 13’10”
Hole 7 Conchita Christensen 20’11”
Hole 14 Jan Baehr 22’5”
Thanks to my helpers today- Frances Shipilov, and Kay Bargmann!
Next week the game is PPLN.
Hope all of you who played have warmed up and dried out!
Cathy Houston continued her hot sticks coming off her hole-in-one on Sunday.
Net 67 and winning low putts with 26. Won $12.
Bonnie Ladd had a great showing today winning low net with 66. $12 also.
|1st Place-$10||2nd Place-$6||3rd Place-$4|
|1st Flight||Annette Krey-70||Lisa Ferrante-72||Terry Billingham-73|
|2nd Flight||Cindy Renshaw-68||Jan Murphy-70||Sandy Smith-74|
|3rd Flight||Nonie Greenfield-74||Sonja Welin-83||Joanne Leete-84|
Losing in card-offs for 3rd place in their respective flights: Becky Heagle, Fran Grace, Julie Hanson
Annette Krey was low gross with 74.
Chip-in pot was $39 with the carryover from previous play day. Each received $13: Cathy Houston #18, Mary Watkins #2, Fran Grace #5
Closest to Pins $5.25 each
|Handicaps 0-18||Handicaps 19-36|
|#2||Terry Billingham 41’4″||Sandy Smith 39′ 1.5″|
|#7||Cathy Houston 6’3″||Kay Bargmann 37′|
|#14||Cathy Houston 7’1″||Nonie Greenfield 25’4″|
|#17||Lisa Ferrante 6’6″||Fran Grace 15’6″|
Cathy Houston #14,15,18
Annette Krey #12,15
Fran Grace #5
Becky Heagle #15
Bonnie Ladd #2
Reminder note: If you need to change playing plans after Saturday night, please email all 4 of us. I know it’s a pain, but it sure does help out the committee with pre-organizing before Tuesday morning. Include the person in charge if you know who, but if not, Becky or I will forward your message to the proper channel.
Sandy Smith will be running the game next week. The game is double if.
Hit em straight,
Cindy and Becky