Archive for the 'Play Day Results' Category

PPLN July 10, 2018

We had 21 ladies play in yesterday’s PPLN game.  Here are the results:

Low Net

Cindy Renshaw with a 68, winning $9.00 in sweeps.

Low Putts

Joanne Smith with 29, winning $9.00 in sweeps.

Low Gross

Lisa Ferrante with an 88.

First Flight Low Net Winners:

1st Place

Kay Gschwend with a 69, winning $7.00 sweeps.

2nd Place

Mary Watkins with a 72, winning $5.00 sweeps

Second Flight Low Net Winners:

1st Place

Sondi Schnee, with a 70, winning $7.00

2nd Place

Sonja Welin, with a 70, winning $5.00

(tie broken on the back nine)

There were NO chip-ins so there is a $21.00 carry over to be combined with our next play day, August 7th.

CTP, each worth $4.00

Handicaps 0-32

Hole 2 – Cindy Renshaw 23′ 9″

Hole 7 – Cindy Renshaw  2′ 3/4″

Hole 17 – Kay Gschwend  14′ 4″

Handicaps over 32

Hole 2 – Sally Sturney

Hole 7 and 17, no winners.

Birdies:

Cindy Renshaw, #7

Lisa Ferrante, #14 and #16

Congratulations everyone.

Cathy

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BONG – July 3, 2018

We had 31 ladies play today and the weather behaved, while many of our balls did not:  hello Bong.

Turns out flights really didn’t work out because of ties, so I paid the low 10.

1st/2nd place

Judy Bartoli and Sonja Welin with 6 Bong points – $10.50 each.

3rd place

Bonnie Ladd with 8 Bong points – $8.

4th, 5th, 6th, 7th place

Deborah Veatch, Donna Grover, Joanne Leete, Debbie Martin with 9 Bong points – $6 each

8th, 9th, 10th place

Sherry Boyd, Adrian Goodman, and Joanne Smith with 10 Bong points – $3 each.

Closest to the Pins – winning $7 each

Low Handicap

Hole 2 – Cindy Aafedt 4’6”

Hole 7 – Joanne Leete 9’

Hole 14 – Cindy Aafedt 7’3”

Hole 17 – Amelia Thornton 9’

High Handicap

Hole 2 – Raquel Myers 5’9”

Hole 7 – Sondi Schnee 4’10”

Hole 14 – xx

Hole 17 – Charlene Kleiner 8’4”

Chip in:  $29

Terry Billingham.  It was a sandy par chip in on hole 11!

Birdies

Donna Grover on Holes 1 & 10

Julie Hanson on Hole 2

Deborah Veatch on Hole 2

Cindy Aafedt on Holes 2 & 8

Helpful feedback is always appreciated.

Thanks for playing and have a great 4th tomorrow!

Bonnie and Deborah

Guest Day – June 26, 2018

We had 25 ladies play Texas Twosome, including 6 guests.

The game was Texas Twosome.  The team picked the best drive of the four players, then each player played their own ball from that spot.  The two best net balls were used for the team score for each hole.   It presented some interesting results, especially an abundance of birdies…

Closest to the Pin:

Guest, Hole # 7  Cheree Mendonsa 3’9” (sleeve of balls)

Member, Hole #14  Donna Grover 12’2”  (sleeve of balls)

Chip-ins:  $6.25 each

Carol Grabar, Hole #3

Kay Gschwend, Hole #12

Birdies:

Donna Grover #14

Deborah Veatch #14

Charlene Kleiner #14

Donna Ybarra #17

Raquel Myers #17

Fe Estrera #17

Judy Bartoli #17

Joanne Leete #17

Charlene Mendonsa #17

Mary Watkins #17

Donna Ybarra #17

Kay Gschwend #17

Game Results:

Second Place – 111 – Sleeve of balls each  

Frances Shipilov

Jeanne Zwemer

Sandy Smith

Bonnie Ladd

First Place – 108 – 4 balls each

Mary Watkins

Kay Gschwend

Cheree Mendonsa

Donna Ybarra

Mini Solheim – Match Play – June 19, 2018

Hi all,

Thank you to all 32 ladies who came out to play our second match play game of the year.  The team results is summarized below.

Congrats to team 1.  Each player will receive $4.00 in sweeps.

 

TEAM 1 Points TEAM 2 Points
Hole Last Name Last Name
1A Ferrante 10 Krey 1
Bartoli vs Aafedt
1B Martin 2 Uyeno 6
Chase vs Watkins
18A Billingham 8 Thorton 5
Fancey vs Smith
18B Schuitemaker 8 Zwemer 4
Leete vs Baxley
17 Gschwend 4 Shipilov 7
Gerpeide vs Hanson
16A Reisinger 7 Veatch 6
Kleiner vs Myers
16C Schnee 10 Ladd 4
Mize vs Sturney
15A Kelly 6 Bunnell 4
Barnes vs Grabar
Total 55 Total 37

Chip Ins, each worth $9.50:

Patty Uyeno, hole # 12

Brenda Reisinger #15

Sally Sturney, #17

Birdies:

Terry Billingam, #11 and #14

Cindy Aafedt #17

Lisa Ferrante, # 14

Judy Bartoli, #14

CTP’s, each worth $3.50:

Handicaps 0-26

Hole 2 – Cindy Aafedt, 21″

Hole 7 – Amelia Thorton, 11′ 9″

Hole 14 – Lisa Ferrante, 1′ 8″

Hole 17 – Cathy Fancey, 14’2″

Handicaps 27-36

Hole 2 – Doris Bunnell –  37’7″

Hole 7 – Carol Grabar – 45′ 7″

Hole 14 – Raquel Myers – 28′ 5″

Hole 17 – Kay Gschwend – 19′ 11″

Thank you all for playing.  Next Tuesday is Guest Day.  Frances and Bonnie will be running the show.

Cathy

 

Local Rules

Local rules are determined by the Rules committee, or course professional and apply to a specific tournament or regular play on the course. Local rules established by a course professional should be posted in the Pro shop and should be printed on the back of the course scorecard.

Local rules allowed by the Tournament committee may be different to the course local rules.

If any local rule is put into place that is not in accordance with the Rules of Golf players are not competing under the Rules of Golf, and if they use these local rules their scores are invalid.

Here at Discovery Bay our local rules established by our course professional are found on the back of our scorecard.

Accidental movement of ball on putting green. When a player’s ball lies on the putting green, there is no penalty if the ball or ball-marker is accidentally moved by the player, his partner, his opponent, or any of their caddies or equipment.

The moved ball or ball-marker must be replaced as provided in Rules 18-2, 18-3 and 20-1.

This Local Rule applies only when the player’s ball or ball-marker lies on the putting green and any movement is accidental.

Relief from sprinkler heads around the putting greens that interfere with your line of play. You are entitled to relief if sprinkler is within two club lengths of the putting green, and your ball is within two club lengths of the sprinkler. The ball must be DROPPED at the nearest point to where it lays that avoids the interference.

Staked trees. Relief is permitted when a player’s stance or area of intended swing is interfered with by the stake or guide wires of that tree. (Nearest point of relief plus one club length no closer to the hole.)

Bunkers right side of holes #5, 6, and 10 are designated waste bunkers and a player may ground their club.

Drop area on hole #4.

 

On our ladies play days and our ladies tournaments it is the sole discretion of our tournament committee which of the Local rules posted on the back of our scorecards they allow for play. For example, additional allowed local rules not listed on the scorecard are “Winter rules, Preferred lies” when there are wet conditions, and “relief from aeration holes” after course aeration.

Be sure to check with your Committee which local rules they allow for play days and tournaments.

 

Hilary

June Rules Quiz

  1. A player’s ball lies in a water hazard when any part of it touches the hazard?

True or false?

 

  1. It is permitted to eliminate an irregularity on the surface of the teeing ground?

True or false?

 

  1. There is no requirement for a player to put an identification mark on their ball?

 

True or false?

 

 

  1. A ball is not “Out of Bounds” unless the entire ball lies out of bounds?

True or false?

 

  1. A player who starts a round with 13 clubs may add one more club at any time?

True or false?

 

  1. How many club lengths behind the tee markers may a player tee their ball and still be within the teeing ground?

 

 

 

 

 

ANSWERS

  1. TRUE
  2. TRUE
  3. TRUE, but so you don’t accidentally hit someone else’s ball put a mark on your ball!
  4. TRUE
  5. TRUE a player may add clubs up to the permitted total of 14 as long as the pace of play is not affected
  6. TWO CLUB LENGTHS, the teeing ground is defined as “a rectangular area 2 club lengths in depth defined by the outside limits of the two tee markers”.

I hope this helps you.

Hilary

PPLN and Pendant Day – June 5, 2018

Hello Ladies,

These are the results to today’s game-

Low Gross:  Lisa Ferrante  75 (honorable mention)

Low Net:  Jeanne Zwemer  net 71 (broke on back nine) $7.00

Low Putts:  Carolyn Barnes 29 putts $7.00

Flight Winners:

First Flight:

1st place: Cindy Renshaw net 71 (broke on back nine)  $6.50

2nd place:  Annette Krey net 71 (broke on back nine)  $5.50

3rd place:  Lisa Ferrante net 72 $4.00

Second Flight:

1st place:  Anne Oprey net 73 $6.50

2nd place:  Frances Shipilov net 74  $5.50

3rd place:  Kathy Readler (broke on the back nine) net 76  $4.00

Third Flight:

1st place:  Charlene Kleiner net 73  $6.50

2nd place:  Debbie Kelley net 74  $5.50

3rd place:  Joanne Smith net 76  $4.00

Birdies:

Cathy Fancey #8

Lisa Ferrante #5 & #17

Annette Krey #11

Chip-Ins: $7.50 each

Lisa Ferrante #5

Carol Grabar #14

Kathy Readler #8

Susan Leeper #9

Closest to the Pin:  $4.25 each

0-28 handicap

Hole # 2 Donna Grover 13′ 10″

Hole #7  Frances Shipilov 12’5 1/2″

Hole #14 Cindy Renshaw  6′ 1/4″

Hole #17  Lisa Ferrante 18’1/2″

29-36 handicap

Hole #2  None

Hole #7  Doris Bunnell 59′

Hole #14 Sandy Mize 10′ 2 1/2″

Hole #17  Debbie Kelley 15′ 4″


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