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  • Parks
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    Downriver weekly Pro/Am doubles

    *08/25/2010* I'm moving this event up to 5:15pm on Wednesdays, and will probably move it to 5pm in a couple weeks since we are losing daylight. Give me a call if you are cutting it close so we can get cards sorted out on time.

    *05/10/2010* The weekly doubles have been moved to Wednesday, and will start back up again on 05/19/2010 at 5:30pm. I'm dropping the free CTP since we have run out of donated discs. I will do a pay-in CTP with prizes.

    The ace pot is currently at $200, so come out and hit one!


    [old info]The idea is to keep the community up to date on upcoming DG developments and to have some fun.

    For the doubles, the payment breakdown will be:
    $5 payout
    $1 ace pot (SDGA is fronting $50 to kick this off! Guaranteed $50 MINIMUM, $100 cap.)
    $1 club for course maintenance and improvement (People's Park is on the horizon)

    The details of exact time and format (singles handicap/scratch, divisional play?) might be changed after the first week based on input from the people showing up.

    The flyer and payout schedule are attached.
    Last edited by Parks; August 25th, 2010, 04:26 PM.

  • Gordy #21004
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    Update on Weeklies' $

    Lyle recently brought his custodianship of the Weeklies to a close. Since the last update in July a new sum from the late spring and summer events totaling $308 was added to the SDGA Treasury. During these 19 events some extra bucks came in due to the CTP and a few bucks were waived due to some individuals purchase of tee-box sponsorships at the two SDGA parks. A lot of thaks is due to those who conduct these events. Thanks, Lyle...... Tony C. has taken on the mantel of Weeklies TD and has ,to my understanding, conducted a few events already.. The cold weather and the snow's of November have not been a help to turnout. The turnout at Four Mound for the handicap has been 2 and 6 the last two times, which under the circumstances was still surprising. (way to go, Tim V.) The Handicap for the day after X-mas is still on. If it gets nasty and we have to cancel, We'll let you know. Its still been good seeing everyone who does get out in the deep snow. Hey Stimpi, you forgot Dale and Fred coming out to your place! Carry on, Gordy.

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  • Gordy #21004
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    Nov. 27 Handicap

    Four Mound will be open for the Handicap on Sat., Nov. 27th. The county road from hiway 291 on up to Burnett is usually maintained and I just cleared the driveway from Burnett all the way to Lot G where we meet for handicap. Any kind of 4-wheel drive or AWD should have no problem at all.....The drifts out on the course however are up to 12". I'll try to get a fire started. There's also a warm,dry shelter in a pinch. My 0 handicap could soon be a thing of the past. Gordy

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  • Stimpi
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    and our round on Blue, came down to the last hole. Tim, myself, and Darrin were tied going into 18. Tim through out of bounds, my upshot came up short for a bogey, and Darrin made the par to win it again. Good shooting guys.

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  • Stimpi
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    Second Place winner

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    In the Pro Scratch division, paying 40% of the field, the winners were;
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    [*]Darrin Case shooting a 49 for First Place - $18 [*]Stimpi, Cole Swanson & Tim Vache tied for Second with 50's - I left before the playoff was finished, maybe one of the players will let us know who won

    :
    Tim Vache won the playoff, after 6 holes, on the Blue, Porcupine course.
    Great day of golf at 4 Mound. Thanks Gordy, and everyone who showed up.

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  • Wobbly Bob
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    Four Mound Handicap

    The first of the SDGA Handicap Series tournaments was held out at Four Mound today at 11 am. The grass was damp and it didn't rain on us, a good day for golfing. The modified Hawk course was easy to follow and fun to play.

    We had ten competitors out today, 4 Pro players and 6 Am players.


    In the Pro Scratch division, paying 40% of the field, the winners were;
    1. Darrin Case shooting a 49 for First Place - $18
    2. Stimpi, Cole Swanson & Tim Vache tied for Second with 50's - I left before the playoff was finished, maybe one of the players will let us know who won - $10


    And in the Am Handicap Division, paying 50% of the field, the winners were:
    1. Patrick Hennessy shooting a sweet score of 50 wins this contest - $18
    2. Gordy Crafts bringing home Second Place with a score of 54 - $14
    3. Bob Perrewe shot a 58 for Third Place - $10

    Gordy donated his Second Place winnings of $14 to the SDGA! Thanks!!

    No one hit an Ace today, but after playing the course I'm sure that won't be the case for long. The Ace Pot value for the next tournament will be $50 cash.

    The next Hadicap will be held on Saturday, Nov. 27 at 11 am.

    Come on out and enjoy the new look and feel of the Mini-Hawk.

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  • Parks
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    Tony C hit the acepot again!

    Tomahawk into hole 13. That's a pretty sick overhand.

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  • Parks
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    The CTP has changed a bit. I'm doing a pay CTP right now, with micro/import beer or new premium plastic discs as prizes.

    This got switched up once the stock of donated discs for the free CTP ran out.

    I'm recouping my cost on these and then the rest goes to the SDGA. However, if someone wants to donate quality prizes for the pay CTP then 100% of that will go to the SDGA.

    Ace pot is still at $200!

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  • Gordy #21004
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    Weekly $

    To date the weeklies run at HB and DR by Lyle and Joe R. have netted the Club $671. There is also about $150 more from recent weeklies that will be on top of that sum. When it hits the bank I'll post the new and improved total. The TDs could some more merchandise to use in their CTP, so if you have some decent stuff to donate go ahead and hook them up. Many thanks to all who contribute. Gordy SDGA TRES.

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  • Parks
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    Last Wednesday, both Tony C and Cody M hit aces during the doubles. Tony got hole 3, and Cody got hole 15. They split the $200 ace pot.

    Since we have enough cash reserves, the ace pot is still $200!

    Come out and try to win it every Wednesday at 5:30.

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  • Parks
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    This Wednesday, Mike H. hit an ace on hole 1 at DR.

    Unfortunately, it was in the CTP so he didn't win the $200 ace pot

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  • Parks
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    This last Sunday, 2/21, was another great day for golf. 21 players showed up.

    1st and 2nd was a playoff between Wayne playing Cali and Stimpi/Bailey.
    3rd was a playoff between Justin and his partner, and Darrin and Devin.

    Darrin took the CTP.

    The ace pot stands at the cap of $100.

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  • Sky Pilot
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    Sorry Lyle,

    I just saw that you ARE already doing this. I'm still getting used to the way the forum works...

    Good Job

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  • Sky Pilot
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    Records

    Hey, Lyle

    Thanks for doing the weekend Double. I really enjoy it. Even though most of the time I'm the best shanker out there... : ) Once in a while I have a good moment...

    Here's a thought for the new year...

    I want to start posting the payout winners for the weekend Doubles. Actually I want to start posting any winners of anything the club does. This includes the CTP winners. People like to see their names, and it's just good stewardship of what the club is doing.

    Let's start with last Saturday and Sundays winners.

    Can this be done?

    Let me know.

    Jeff

    Sky Pilot

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  • Parks
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    Sunday 1/3/2010 we had 19 players and beautiful weather.

    We had enough pros to do Pro/Am.

    1st Derek Fulton and Tony C -9 (back to back 9 downs for Derek this weekend) $50
    2nd Eric Brown and Justin Flood -7 $30
    3rd Tom S and Josh Erickson -6 $15

    Darrin Case won the CTP and took home a sweet Voodoo donated by Christopher Re'. I've had my eye on it, and need to win the CTP to take home the other Voodoo that he donated.

    Ace pot remains at $100.

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