February 2012 Newsletter

Tournament News

Our next event is the 2-Man Scramble sponsored by


2012 2-Man Scramble
Sunday, February 19, 2012
Tee Times starting at 10:00AM

Format: 2-Man teams. Each team member hits from the tee on each hole. The team selects one of the tee shots and all team members hit from that location. The procedure is repeated until the ball is holed. The winner is the team with the lowest score for 18 holes. The Championship Flight plays to scratch. Team handicaps (as described below) will be subtracted from gross scores in the A and B Net flights.

2011 Defending Champions
Championship Flight: Greg Jacobs & Tim Dudek "63"
A-Flight: Eric Diaz & Davis Barker "60"
B-Flight: Scot Samuelson & Sean Galleher "60"
C-Flight: John Georgeson & Don Western "59"

Reserve your spot today!

Tournament Results

2012 Stroke Play Tournament

Results

Championship Flight

1st Place Dennis Aiken "74"
2nd Place Ken Merscheim "75"
3rd Place Brad Baumann "76"

Longest Drive: Dennis Aiken
Closest to the Hole: Dennis Aiken

A Flight

1st Place Ray Chandler "69"
2nd Place John Opferkuch "70"
3rd Place Greg Hamilton "70"
4th Place David Barker "70"

Longest Drive: Eric Bader
Closest to the Hole: Dale Kelly-Cochrane

B Flight

1st Place Bob Burke "66"
2nd Place Ed Brookins "67"
3rd Place Daniel Silverstein "67"
4th Place Mark Grassi "69"

Longest Drive: Sean Galleher
Closest to the Hole: Mark Weber

C Flight

1st Place Jim Tindaro "65"
2nd Place Peter Sertic "68"
3rd Place Jeff Turner "69"
4th Place Mark Neumann "69"

Longest Drive: Hank Jones
Closest to the Hole: Mark Neumann

Click here for complete results

Wednesday Sweeps

Wednesday Play for ERMGC Members

If you want friendly golf competition and have a chance to earn gift certificates to purchase items from the Golf Shop, sign up for a tee time between 7:00 a.m. and 9:30 a.m. on Wednesdays. You may sign up as a single, with a friend, or a group of four. All sign-ups must be members of the Men’s Club. All participants pay an entry fee of $5. Each participant signs up for his appropriate flight and tee.

Every golfer can win a gift certificate redeemable at the pro shop for placing in their flight.
In addition, every player has an opportunity to win a $10 gift certificate for being closest to the hole, or having the long drive in their flight.

Also, on the first Wednesday of each month you have an opportunity to place a wager in our "Beat the Pro" contest. Whatever amount you wager, if your net score beats the pro you will get a gift certificate equal to double your wager. If your net score ties or loses to the pro, you still get a certificate equal to the amount you have wagered. You can’t lose!

Following are the parameters for flights and tees assignments:

Flight Tees Index Scores
Championship Blue N/A Gross
A Net Blue 10.0 and lower Net
B Net Green 10.1 to 15.0 Net
C Net White 15.1 and higher Net

Visit our website for additional information on ERMGC Wednesday Play. www.ermgc.org

Hope to see you on Wednesdays. Support your Men's Club and hone your golf skills through friendly competition.

Rich Busby – Wednesday Play Chairman

2011 Sweeps Low Gross Leaderboard

A Flight - "73" Flint Locke (1/11/12)
B Flight - "76" Gary Bader (1/11/12)
C Flight - "84" Robert Detrich (1/11/12)

Club Membership

ATTENTION CURRENT MEMBERS
Sponsor a new member and receive a $25 credit toward a future tournament!

Recent Rulings

18-6/1 Ball Moved in Measuring to Determine If Re-Drop Required

Q:
A player drops his ball in accordance with the Rules. The ball rolls and the player is uncertain whether it has come to rest more than two club-lengths from where it first struck a part of the course. The player measures to determine whether he must re-drop under Rule 20-2c(vi) and in doing so accidentally causes the ball to move. What is the ruling if (a) the ball had rolled more than two club-lengths or (b) the ball had not rolled more than two club-lengths?

A:
The player incurs no penalty for causing his ball to move in either case (see Rule 18-6). If the ball had rolled more than two club-lengths, it must be re-dropped. If the ball had not rolled more than two club-lengths, it must be replaced.