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Discovery Bay Ladies 18 Holers Club Championship

After three days of play, the results are in…..

This year’s champion is Cindy Aafedt, who’s total gross score was 232. Cindy received a $75. pro shop gift certificate, and flowers.  Cindy will also receive a small diamond for the charm she won last year, and she doesn’t have to pay dues for 2019.  Congrats on your repeat Cindy.

Second place gross winner, with a score of 233, is Lisa Ferrante, who received a $40. pro shop gift certificate and flowers.

Our low net winner, with a net score of 223, is Terry Billingham, who received a $40. pro shop gift certificate and flowers.

There were two chip ins, Cindy Aafedt and Sandy Smith, each winning $10.

I’d like to thank all the ladies who played in this year’s Club Championship. Hopefully we will have a larger turnout next year.

 

Club Champion, Cindy Aafedt

Club Championship Winners from left to right

Lisa Ferrante, 2nd Place Gross

Cindy Aafedt, 1st Place, Champion

Terry Billingham, 1st Place, Net

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Sucker in the Bucket – Playday September 25, 2018

Well, I didn’t make any friends today…  Sucker in the Bucket was not a fan favorite!

We had 27 ladies come out to play.  And here are the results:

 

1st Place – Guest Flight – Score 62 – 4 balls each

Sandy Mize

Tammy Slabaugh

Gina Bischofberger

Lisa Bates

1st Place – Member Flight – Score 66 – 4 balls each

Doris Bunnell

Sally Sturney

Kay Gschwend

Carol Grabar

Closest to the Pin – 3 balls each

Member – Terry Billingham – Hole #17 – 46’10”

Guest – Gina Bischofberger – Hole #7 – 23’2”

Chip-ins – $4.50 each

Terry Billingham – Hole #10

Debbie Martin – Hole #8

Gina Bischofberger – Hole #17

Next Tuesday is the first round of the DBWGC Championship Tournament.

Central Valley Team Play 2018 Results

From Captain of the Central Valley, Sandy Smith:

I’m very pleased to announce the 2018 results of the  Central Valley League.

Discovery Bay came in first overall!!!

In addition,  our B team was tied but was edged out of first place in the tie breaker.

Well done ladies!  Thank you for your participation and excellent playing.

Please congratulate all of the players that played during the year.  They were (in alphabetical order):

Cindy Aafedt, Rochelle Baxley, Jill Chase, Cathy Fancey, Becky Frazier, Adrian Goodman, Donna Grover, Julie Hanson, Cathy Houston, Charlene Kleiner, Annette Krey, Bonnie Ladd, Shelly Morgan, Brenda Reisinger, Cindy Renshaw, Frances Shipilov, Sandy Smith, Amelia Thorton, Patty Uyeno, Deborah Veatch, Gay Wold and Jeanne Zwemer.

Last match of a great season. Thanks to all who played!

 

Playday GIR (Greens in Regulation) – September 11, 2018

Hi Ladies-

Hope it wasn’t too exhausting trying to figure out the game today!  It was GIR or Greens in Regulation.  To determine how many strokes it took you to get on the green, you deducted your putts from your total score.  To determine your personal goal for strokes to green, take 71 (course par) + your handicap and subtract 36 (regulation putts). Winners were those who came closest to their GIR.

Sweeps:

1st Flight / Hcp 5-24

3 way tie between Cindy Aafedt, Jeanne Zwemer, and Cathy Fancey, with each player shooting 3 over and receiving $4.

2nd Flight / Hcp 25-31

Susan Graham – 3 over $8

Joanne Leete – 5 over $4

3rd Flight / Hcp 32-35

Sally Sturney – 0 $8

Susan Leeper – 2 over $4

4th Flight / Hcp 36

Sonja Welin – 7 over $6.75

Debbie Kelley – 10 over $3.25

Note:  Most Flights had 6 players, so $12 available for Sweeps.  Flight 4 had 5 players so $10 was available for Sweeps.

Closest to the Pins, worth $3 each:

Hole #2:  Suzy Graham 8’2” & Doris Bunnell 38’8”

Hole #7:  Annette Krey 3’10” & Sandy Mize 3’6”

Hole #14:  Annette Krey 3’10” & Sandy Mize 36’10”

Hole #17:  Cindy Aafedt 16’7” & Debbie Kelley 7’10”

Chip-ins worth $6 each:

Raquel Myers on Hole 4

Cindy Gerpheide on Hole 13

Grace Berend on Hole 17

Bonnie Ladd on Hole 16

Birdies were dominated by Annette Krey.  She birdied holes 7, 11, & 14!  She also a fabulous 75 and only 28 Putts.

Hope to see you next week for PPLN!

Thanks,

Bonnie and Cindy

Playday Cha-Cha-Cha – August 28, 2018

We had 30 ladies come out to play Cha-Cha-Cha.

The first place winners (4 balls each) were:

Sandy Mize

Tammy Slabaugh

Peggie Schuitemaker

Gina Bischofberger

The second place winners (3 balls each) were:

Joanne Leete

Joanne Smith

Joanne Onstadt

Deborah Martin

Closest to the Pin for Members

No Closest to the Pin for Guests

Chip-in

Joanne Leete Hole #15  $15.00

Birdies:

Frances Shipilov #15

Lin Lenson #10

Annette Krey #14

Gina Bischofberger #14

There is no DBWGC Play Day next Tuesday.  The Breakers Sister’s Day is next Thursday.

 

 

Back Nine Twice – August 21, 2018

Today we played the back nine twice so we selected our best nine holes and subtracted 1/2 our handicaps.

 Here are the results:

 First flight:

1st Place – Rochelle Baxley, score 31, winning $11.75 in sweeps

Tie for 2nd – Cindy Aafedt, score 32,  $6.63 sweeps

Tie for 2nd – Terry Billingham, score 32, $6.62 sweeps

4th Place- Jeanne Zwemer, score 33.5, $3.00 sweeps

 Second Flight:

1st Place – Frances Shipilov, score 29.5, $11.75 in sweeps

2nd Place – Sondi Schnee, score 32, $8.50 sweeps

3rd Place – Deborah Veatch, score 33, $4.75 sweeps

Tie for 4th – Charlene Kleiner, score 33.5, $1.50 sweeps

Tie for 4th – Sally Sturney, score 33.5, $1.50 sweeps

 Birdies:

Terry Billingham, #17

Sandy Mize, #14

Cindy Aafedt, #18

Donna Grover, #13

 Chip in:

Annette Krey, #11  Today’s payout $27. plus $24. carryover from last week. 

 CTP Each worth $3.00

First Nine:

Handicap 0-27

Hole 14 Lisa Ferrante  9′ 8″

Hole 17 Donna Grover 9’7″

Handicap 28-36

Hole 14 Frances Shipilov 28′ 1/2″

Hole 17 Sally Sturney, 31’9″

 Second Nine:

Handicap 0-27

Hole 14 Annette Krey 9’10”

Hole 17 Annette Krey 14’1″

Handicap 28-36

Hole 14 Frances Shipilov 31’9″

Hole 17 Deborah Veatch 34’10”

 Congrats to all our winners.  Next week is guest day.

 Cathy

August Rules Quiz

August Rules Quiz 

  1. A player’s ball lies in a 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 all of the 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
  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”.

 


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