REMINDER: 9AM START TIME
NOTE: Hole assignments may change. I have not heard back from the club…
We’re going to shamble to whole way since this course is a tough one. Modify the shamble as follows:
- Par threes, no shamble. Everyone plays their own ball all the way…THREE low net.
- Par fours, shamble. Drive only, TWO low net
- Par fives, shamble. Drive and second shot, ONE low net
We’re playing Raveneaux next week. It’s a long, tough course, but lunch is always great.
Please note out start time at Raveneaux is always 9am. See you out there!
Every once in a while we make another plea for someone to help do pairings for a month. We have NO ONE signed up for the rest of 2017, except for Dan Newton in November. This job is vital to make the group function each week. I (Chuck) will be mostly unavailable for great chunks of time this summer due to travel plans. We need people to step up. Let me remind you, this job carries the highest prestige of any job we offer!
Attached are the pairings for tomorrow at the Cypress Course at Cypresswood. We’ll play two low net on the front and a modified shamble on the back nine. The weather is getting warmer, but its still not Houston summer, so it should be nice.
We had another good turnout this week. Thanks to all of you for the great recruiting job you’ve done! Last year we got down to averaging only 10-15 players each week, and now we’re doing almost 28-30 per week. This helps us when we approach the golf courses for prices and timing. Thanks AmocoPairings-Master_2017-Ver2.pdf
Attached are the pairings for tomorrow at Oakhurst. We had a number of special requests, so some of the teams looks a little lopsided. Not sure if that is bad or good, but thats the way it is for tomorrow. The special requests were honored because of people leaving, and new players.
UPDATED VERSION: Oakhurst Modified Pairings as of 10:10pm
The winning scores from Lake Windcrest. Please fill out the survey on the website to let us know what you thought of the format.
- David Walsh 70
- John Pierrel 71
- Chuck Dugand 72
- Derryl York 73
- Terrence Cooper 73
- Bill Canning 73
Dan Newton, Al Holzberg, Ray Sidenblad, Jim Quance 109 Ed Wiggens, Jim McKernan, Paul Cook, Bryan Anderson 111
Bob Dahl introduced us to a format of play that we’ve rarely used in the past. He called it the “Pros and Semi-Pros”. For those who were not there Bob selected the A&B players and had them play on a “pro” flight where the format was individual stroke play with the top six chosen by their low net score. Muligans were frowned upon, and rules were enforced to a much greater extent than normal for our group. The Semi-Pros (C&D) players played standard ARGG team-golf.
We’d like to find our from all of you, whether you played or not, what you think of this format?