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December 5, 2018

HOT STICK - NOVEMBER

   FIRST FLIGHT  0 - 19

   THOMPSON    80    17    63    $18.00

   SALAZAR       84    19    65      13.00

   CLASS           80    12    68        9.00

   YAPLE           85     16   69         5.00

 

   SECOND FLIGHT  20 - UP

   SMITH        82     20      62     $22.00

   NELSON     94     30      64       13.00

   SCOTT       92     27      65        10.00


 

Castle Creek Men’s Golf Club

Board of Directors Meeting

November 21, 2018

 

The meeting was called to order by President Tom Class at 1:03 p.m. Members present were President Tom Class, Vice President and Tournament Chairman Bryan Cope, Secretary Mike Dyekman, Treasurer Will Nelson, Greens Chairman Jim Santospirito, Handicap Chairman Charles Service, Special Events Chairman Dave Webster, Travel Team Captain Larry Thompson and Rules Chairman Ken Smith.  Member absent was Senior Men’s Club Tournament Director Bob Schulken. Additional club members present were Dave Yaple, Bob Whitney, Phil Young and Kel Scott.

Reports:

Treasurer:  The Treasurer presented the 2018 financial report as of October 31, 2018.  Motion to accept the report by Ken Smith; seconded by Larry Thompson. Motion carried.  In addition to funds held by the Treasurer, the Senior Men’s Club Chairman has $110 in “Hole in One” insurance.  There is an annual fee of $60 for the website maintenance. Motion by Will Nelson second by Jim Santospirito to keep the Men’s Club Annual Membership fee at $76 including SCGA fees of $36.  Motion carried. Will Nelson will remain as Treasurer.

Tournament Chairman:  A replacement is necessary.  Bryan Cope will not be able to continue full time.  Dave Yaple volunteered to take over as the Tournament Chairman.

Handicap Chairman:  No report. Charles Service agreed to remain as Handicap Chairman.  He does need to be recertified as the Handicap Chairman by SCGA. Motion by Mike Dyekman, second by Jim Santospirito for the Castle Creek Men’s Club to pay the cost of Charles Service recertification.  Motion Carried.

Greens Chairman:  The greens are in “bad shape”.

Travel Team Captain:  The travel team finished the season in third place, but was defeated in the playoffs in the first round.  The winner of the playoffs was Morgan Run. Motion by Larry Thompson, second by Mike Dyekman to approve Bob Whitney as the Travel Team Captain for 2019.

Senior Chairman:  No report, Bob Schulken will remain in the position for 2019.

Special Events and Social Chairman:  No report.

Rules Chairman:  A reminder that the new USGA Rules of Golf take effect January 1, 2019.

New Business:  

The President led a discussion regarding “the future of the men’s club”.  Charles Service reported that SCGA only requires that the club have 10 members and a Handicap Chairman.  Only 3 people have renewed their membership for 2019. Additional discussion revealed that most of the players leaving the club for St. Mark’s will maintain their membership at Castle Creek.  

Motion by Will Nelson, second by Dave Webster to repeat the 2018 schedule of events/games for 2019.  Motion carried.

 

Motion by Ken Smith, second by Will Nelson to end the “hot stick” and “sweeps” competition effective December 31, 2018.  Motion Carried

Motion by Mike Dyekman, second by Ken Smith to “cease the use of the current by-laws” effective December 31, 2018.  The Men’s Club will function as an informal organization governed by a vote of the members. Motion Carried.

The positions to remain functional are as follows:

  • Handicap Chairman – Charles Service

  • Treasurer – Will Nelson

  • Travel Team Captain – Bob Whitney

  • Tournament Chairman – Dave Yaple

  • Senior Tournament Chairman – Bob Schulken

  • Membership Chairman – Dave Webster

There being no other business, Mike Dyekman moved to adjourn the meeting at 1:48 p.m., second by Bob Whitney.  Motion carried.

 

Respectfully submitted,

Mike Dyekman

 

Secretary

 


December 5, 2018

SWEEPS - NOVEMBER

    FIRST FLIGHT - 0 TO 19

    THOMPSON    80   17   63     $19.00

    SALAZAR       84   19   65       14.00

    CLASS           80   12   68       10.00

    YAPLE           85    16   69        5.00

 

    SECOND FLIGHT   20-UP

   SCOTT                92    27   65        19.00

   SANTOSPIRITO    92    26   66        14.00

   RASSEL              92     24   68        10.00

   LYNCH                94     24   70          5.00

 

 

 

 

    


December 31, 2018

HOT STICK - DECEMBER

FIRST FLIGHT - 0-19

ESQUIVEL           82    16    66    1ST    $12.00

POLLASTRINI      77    10    67    2ND       9.00

SMITH                87    19    68    3RD       7.00

YAPLE                 86    17    69    4TH       4.00

 

SECOND FLIGHT  20-UP

LYNCH                88    25    63    1ST     $12.00    

COPE                  86    22    64    2ND       9.00

DYEKMAN            92    26    66    3RD       7.00

PHILLIPS             89    21    68    4TH-T     2.00

SCOTT                 94    26    68    4TH-T     2.00

 

 

 


December 31, 2018

Sweeps - December

FIRST FLIGHT  0-19

POLLASTRINI    77    10    67    1ST    $18.00

SMITH              87    19    68    2ND     14.00    

YAPLE               86    17    69    3RD       9.00

 

SECOND FLIGHT 20-UP

LYNCH              88    25    63    1ST     $16.00

COPE                86    22    64    2ND      11.00

PHILLIPS          89    21     68    3RD-T     7.00

SCOTT              94    26     68    3RD-T     7.00

 


January 10, 2019

NOTICE  -  ANNUAL HOT STICK

FEBRUARY 13, 2019

18 HOLES - LOW NET 

TO QUALIFY, ALL CONTESTANTS MUST HAVE SCORED A LOW NET OF 68 OR BETTER 

IN A HOT STICK EVENT SOMETIME IN THE 12 MONTHS OF 2018,  AND HAVE A CURRENT

SCGA HANDICAP AS OF FEBRUARY 1, 2019.

 

KEN SMITH

HOT STICK AND SWEEPS CHAIR

760-749-7940

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


1.  SEARCH TIME NOW 3 MINUTES FOR LOST BALL.

2.  ACCIDENTAL MOVEMENT OF A BALL DURING SEARCH - NO PENALTY & REPLACE BALL.

3.  EMBEDDED BALL - FREE RELIEF THRU THE "GENERAL AREA".

4.  MEASURING RELIEF - CLUB LENGTH IS NOW DEFINED AS THE LONGEST CLUB IN YOUR BAG OTHER THAN A PUTTER.

5.  DROP IS NOW FROM KNEE HEIGHT - 

6.  "RELIEF AREA " IS 1 OR 2 CLUB LENGTHS 

7.  BALL STRIKING PLAYER, OR EQUIPMENT ACCIDENTALLY - NO PENALTY. 

8.  BALL HIT MORE THAN ONCE - NO PENALTY STROKE - JUST COUNT THE ONE HIT & PLAY THE BALL AS IT LIES.

9.  BUNKER/SAND - INCIDENTAL TOUCHING OF THE SAND - NO PENALTY BUT GROUNDING CLUB OR TESTING 2 STROKES.

10.  LOOSE IMPEDIMENTS OR MOVABLE OBSTRUCTIONS MAY BE REMOVED IN SAND BUNKERS OR PENALTY AREAS BUT IF BALL MOVES THERE IS A 1 STROKE PENALTY AND BALL MUST BE REPLACED.

11.  BALL UNPLAYABLE IN A SAND BUNKER MAY NOW BE DROPPED OUTSIDE OF BUNKER BACK ON THE "LINE OF RELIEF" FOR 2 STROKES PENALTY.

12.  RED AND YELLOW HAZARDS ARE NOW DEFINED AS "PENALTY AREAS". 

13.  GROUNDING CLUB IN A "PENALTY AREA" NOW PERMITTED.

14.  BALL ON GREEN MARKED AND REPLACED THEN MOVES - NO PENALTY AND BALL MUST BE REPLACED. 

15.  BALL ON GREEN MOVED ACCIDENTALLY  NO PENALTY AND MUST BE REPLACED.

16.  DAMAGE TO GREEN (INCLUDING SPIKE MARKS) CAN BE REPAIRED WITHOUT PENALTY.

17.  PLAYER NOW HAS 2 CHOICES ON PUTTING GREEN - LEAVE FLAG STICK IN HOLE OR REMOVE IT.   THERE IS NO PENALTY FOR STRIKING FLAG STICK IN THE HOLE.

18.  BALL HOLED IF ANY PART OF IT IS BELOW THE EDGE OF THE HOLE.

19.  LATERAL RELIEF - FOR 1 STROKE PENALTY - 3 OPTIONS - STROKE & DISTANCE - BACK ON THE LINE - OR 2 CLUBS FROM WHERE LAST CROSSED.  A LOCAL RULE MAY ALSO PROVIDE A DROPPING AREA AND MAY ALSO REQUIRE THAT IT BE USED EXCLUSIVELY TO ALL OTHER OPTIONS.

20.  PENALTY AREAS - SEE RULE #17.

 

MOST IMPORTANT NEW RULES FOR 2019.

 

 

 


2019 Annual Hot Stick Tournament - Eligibility

January 13, 2019

ATTIG

CLASS

COPE

DUKLETH

DYEKMAN

ESQUIVEL

GJORKOVSKI

HARLOW

LYNCH

NELSON

PETERSON

PHILLIPS

POLLASTRINI

RASSSEL

SANTOSPIRITO

SALAZAR

SERVICE

SCHULKEN

SCOTT

SMITH

THOMPSON

WEBSTER

WISCOVITZ

YOUNG

YAPLE

 

TO BE ELIGIBLE A PLAYER MUST HAVE SCORED A NET OF 68 OR LESS IN A HOT STICK EVENT DURING THE 12 MONTHS OF 2018 AND HAVE A USGA HANDICAP ON FILE AS OF FEBRUARY 1, 2019. IF ELIGIBLE TO PARTICIPATE, THERE IS NO COST TO THE PLAYER. 

 

 

 


Annual Hot Stick - Feb. 13, 2019

February 14, 2019

ANNUAL HOT STICK - FEB. 13, 2019

 

SMITH                      84         19        65      1ST      66

POLLASTRINI            78         11        67      2ND     55   

COPE                        88        20        68      3RD     44

LYNCH                      93        24        69      4TH      33

PHILLIPS                  90        19        71       5-TIE     7  

CLASS                     84        13        71       5-TIE     7    

SANTOSPIRITO         95        24        71       5-TIE     7


Annual Hot Stick - Feb. 13, 2019

February 14, 2019

ANNUAL HOT STICK - FEB. 13, 2019

 

SMITH                      84         19        65      1ST      66

POLLASTRINI            78         11        67      2ND     55   

COPE                        88        20        68      3RD     44

LYNCH                      93        24        69      4TH      33

PHILLIPS                  90        19        71       5-TIE     7  

CLASS                     84        13        71       5-TIE     7    

SANTOSPIRITO         95        24        71       5-TIE     7


Castle Creek Men’s Golf Club

Statement of Income and Expenses

01/01/18 to 8/31/18

 

Balance at 01/01/18                                                                                                   $ 1996.38

 

INCOME

             Dues                                                                   $     888.00

            Senior Men’s Club                                                   250 .00

             Hole in One                                                                  .00

             Luncheons                                                                  75.00

             Annual Hot Stick                                                    99.00

            Annual Sweeps                                                         80.00                                                                                                        

                                                                                                                                     1392.00

                                                                                                                                     3388.38                          

 EXPENSES

            SCGA 2018                                                               0

            Senior Men’s Club                                                  227.44

             Hole in One                                                             110.00

             Luncheons                                                               180.01 

             Tournaments

                        Annual Hot Stick                                     259.00

                        Annual Sweeps                                       196.00

Eclectic                                                     100.00

Memorial                                                 100.00

Presidents Cup                                       100.00

                        Club Championship                                  400.00

                          Classic                                                               0

                          Flag                                                                100.00

                          Shootout                                                       0                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            

                        Turkey Shoot                                                0

                        Holiday Tournament                                      0 

            Publications/Operating Expenses                              128.00                                      1900.45                                                         Balance as of 8/31/18                                                                                             $1487.93                                                Reconciliation: Checking Account 8/31/2018                                                       $1487.93                   


 

Castle Creek Men’s Golf Club

Board of Directors Meeting

September 19, 2018

 

The meeting was called to order by President Tom Class at 12:38 p.m. Members present were President Tom Class, Vice President and Tournament Chairman Bryan Cope, Secretary Mike Dyekman, Treasurer Will Nelson, Greens Chairman Jim Santospirito, Senior Men’s Club Director Bob Schulken, Handicap Chairman Charles Service and Rules Chairman Ken Smith.  Members absent were Travel Team Captain Larry Thomson and Special Events and Social Chairman Dave Webster.  Additional club members present were Dave Yaple, Bill Wiscovitch, Phil Young and Kel Scott.

Reports:

Treasurer:  The Treasurer presented the 2018 financial report as of September 18, 2018.  Motion to accept the report by Mike Dyekman; seconded by Charles Service.  Motion carried.  In addition to funds held by the Treasurer, the Senior Men’s Club Chairman has $110 in “Hole in One” insurance.

Tournament Chairman:  Men’s Club play on Wednesdays will move to a first tee time of 8:00 a.m. effective October 1, 2018.

Handicap Chairman:  The club currently has 43 members signed up with SCGA.  18 of those members do not participate in Men’s Club or Senior Men’s Club matches.  We expect many of those members to leave the club at the end of the year.

Greens Chairman:  Discussion regarding whether the club is seeing an improvement in the greens.  General consensus of the members is the course is not showing signs of improvement.  Maintenance is falling behind.

Travel Team Chairman:  The travel team is currently in third place and expects to make the playoffs.

Senior Chairman:  Play continues on Monday mornings with 11 to 17 players.

Special Events and Social Chairman:  No report.

Rules Chairman:  The New USGA rules are available from SCGA.  Members wishing a copy of the new USGA Rules may order them from SCGA at a nominal cost.  MOTION by Ken Smith, second by Bob Schulken to do away with age restrictions for the use of “red tees”.  The only restriction shall be the players handicap index, which must be greater than 14.  Motion was amended by Mike Dyekman with consent of the “maker” to read the handicap index must be 20 or greater.  Motion carried and is effective immediately.

New Business: 

The President led a discussion regarding “what type of club” do we envision for next year.  A concern was expressed regarding the number of members (20 to 30) we may have.  Charles Service agreed check with SCGA regarding any minimum requirements to “qualify” as a “club” registered with SCGA or if there are different types of “clubs”.  Tom Class agreed to send an e-mail to the club membership regarding the club status and need for Board Members for next year.

There being no other business, Jim Santospirito moved to adjourn the meeting, second by Bob Schulken.  Motion carried.

There were several informal discussions among club members and Board members after the meeting.  The majority of the concern was related to the condition of the course and Board members for 2019.

 

Respectfully submitted,

Mike Dyekman

Secretary


HOT STICK = SEPTEMBER

October 10, 2018

HOT STICK

 

FIRST FLIGHT  0 - 19

    Pollastrini    74    10    64    1st    $16.00

    Smith          84   19    65     2 T       8.00

    Salazar        84   19    65     2 T       8.00

    Young          82   17    65     2 T       8.00

 

SECOND FLIGHT  20 - UP

    Schulken       88   24     64       1 T      14.00

    Santospirito   91   27     64       1 T      14.00

    Cope             87   22     65       3 T        6.00

    Dyekman       89   24     65       3 T        6.00        


SWEEPS - SEPT.

October 10, 2018

SWEEPS = SEPTEMBER

FIRST FLIGHT  0-19

   Pollastrini    74   10    64    1st     $20.00

   Smith         84   19    65     2 T      10.00

   Salazar       84   19    65     2 T      10.00

   Young         82   17    65     2 T      10.00

 

SECOND FLIGHT   20 - UP

    Dyekman   89   24    65     1 T     $17.00

    Schulken   89    24    65     1 T      17.00

    Webster    90    24    66      3rd     10.00

    Lynch       90    23     67      4 T       3.00

    Cope        89    22     67      4 T       3.00

    

 


HOT STICK - 1ST FLIGHT -0-18

    Gorkovski    76    11    65    1st    $18.00

    Young          85   18     67   2nd    $15.00

    Attig            80   12     68   3rd     $10.00

 

HOT STICK - 2ND FLIGHT - 19 UP

    Santospirito   83   26    57   1st     $16.00

    Schulken       86   23    63   2nd     $13.00

    Lynch            89   23    66   3T       $ 7.00

    Scott             94   28    66   3T       $ 7.00

 


SWEEPS -FIRST FLIGHT  -  0-20

 

    Young           85   18     67    1st   18.00

    Attig             80   12     68    2nd  13.00

    Phillips          87   18     69    3T     7.00 

    Gorkovski      79   10     69    3T     7.00

 

SWEEPS - SECOND FLIGHT - 21-UP

 

    Santospirito   83    26    57    1st    18.00

    Schulken       86    23    63    2nd   13.00

    Rassel           89    22    67    3rd    9.00

    Peterson        91    21    70    4th    5.00

 

 

   

  


SWEEPS - AUGUST

September 11, 2018

SWEEP - AUGUST

FIRST FLIGHT:

Pollastrini     78        11        67         17.00

Attig            79        11        68           9.00

Young          86        18        68           9.00

 

SECOND FLIGHT:

Dyekman      89       25         64         15.00

Cope            86       22         64         15.00

Scott            90       22         68           5.00

 

 

 

 


Dave Bassett

September 29, 2018

Nancy Bassett reported that our long term member, Dave Bassett, passed away early this morning after an 11 year battle with multiple myeloma!  

 

Additional information will be made available as it is received.

 

Ken Smith

 

 


August 7, 2018

SWEEPS - JULY

FIRST FLIGHT

Shulken      83     19    64     1st     $25.00

Esquivel      80     13    67     T2nd    12.00

Attig           79     12    67     T2nd    12.00 

Young         88     20    68     3rd        5.00

 

SECOND FLIGHT

Peterson     82     22    60     1st       25.00

Nelson        93     29    64     2nd      15.00

Dykeman    91     26    65     3rd       10.00

Wiscovitch  91     25    66     4th         5.00

 

  

 

 

 

 

 

 


August 7, 2018

HOT STICK - JULY

First Flight

Young         82    19    63     1st      $16.00

Schulken     83    19    64     2nd       12.00

Esquivel      80     13    67   T3rd         6.00 

Attig           79     12    67   T3rd         6.00

 

HOT STICK - JULY

Second flight

Peterson      82    22    60    1st       $16.00

Nelson         93    29    64    2nd        12.00

Dykeman     91    26    65    3rd           8.00

Lynch          88     22    66   T4th          2.00

Cope           88     22    66   T4th          2.00         

 

 


Castle Creek Men’s Golf Club

Board of Directors Meeting

July 18, 2018

 

The meeting was called to order by President Tom Class at 12:44 p.m. Members present were President Tom Class, Vice President and Tournament Chairman Bryan Cope, Secretary Mike Dyekman, Treasurer Will Nelson, Travel Team Captain Larry Thompson, Greens Chairman Jim Santospirito, Senior Men’s Club Director Bob Schulken and Rules Chairman Ken Smith.  Additional club members present were Dave Yaple, Bill Wicovitch, Phil Young and Kel Scott.

Reports:

Treasurer:  The Treasurer presented the 2018 financial report as of July 17, 2018.  Motion to accept the report by Jim Santospirito; seconded by Bob Schulken.  Motion carried.

Tournament Chairman:  The poor condition of the course is affecting play.  There was a general discussion of several options to adopt to improve scoring, i.e. using winter rules or adopting a local rule.  Motion by Ken Smith, seconded by Santospirito to play the ball within the “rules of golf”.  Motion carried.  Motion by Ken Smith, second by Larry Thompson that the first group to tee off each Wednesday take cans of spray paint and mark Ground Under Repair.  The club will pay for the paint.  Motion carried.

Handicap Chairman:  No Report.  Handicap sheets will be delivered by Mrs. Service as handicaps are revised.

Greens Chairman:  The greens are not looking good.  Maintenance is falling behind.

Travel Team Chairman:  The travel team is currently in second place, 2 points behind Pala Mesa.

Senior Chairman:  Play continues on Monday mornings with 11 to 17 players.

Special Events and Social Chairman:  No report.

Rules Chairman:  The chairman addressed the Board regarding Abnormal Ground Condition (Rule 25-1).  This is a response to concerns received about the condition of the course.  Specifically, the 17th green has an area on it that is marked as GUR.  If this area interferes with a player’s stance or area of intended swing or if the ball is in or touching the area, relief may be taken.  The player must lift and drop the ball within one club length of the nearest point of relief which is no nearer the hole and not on the green.

Regarding fallen trees:

A fallen tree which is in the process of removal is defined as GUR even if not so marked because it fits with in the definition of GUR (material piled for removal).  If the tree is still attached to its stump or roots, and/or not marked as GUR nor in the process of removal, free relief is not allowed.  Free relief for tree stumps is not provided unless they are marked as GUR or are in the process of removal.

A player is granted free relief from animal holes, mounds or trenches whether of not it is marked.  Relief is one club length of the nearest point of relief which is no nearer the hole.

 

 

New Business: 

A concern was expressed regarding tee sheets, especially on Wednesdays.  They appear to be constantly changing with several people making the changes.  Some of this due to people signing up other people and by others just not showing up.  The board would like to follow the lead of the Seniors.  It is imperative that anyone who wishes to play, but is not on the tee sheet, notify the Tournament Chairman prior to Wednesday morning.  Conversely anyone who is on the tee sheet, but cannot play, is also to notify the tournament chairman.  The only person authorized to change a tee sheet on Monday or Wednesday morning is the Senior or Tournament chairman.  This can be done via text message or e-mail.

There was also a brief discussion about being better “stewards” of the course.  We should do our best not to deteriorate the condition of the course.  Antonio also provided some insight into the challenges of course maintenance.  The high cost of water being one issue and procurement of parts and chemicals also being a contributor.  The next priorities on the course are repair and/or replacement of the restrooms.

There being no other business, Jim Santospirito moved to adjourn the meeting, second by Bryan Cope.  Motion carried.

 

Respectfully submitted,

Mike Dyekman

Secretary


HOT STICK - JUNE

FIRST FLIGHT  (10 TO 17)

Service          76-10-66    1st       $16.00

Gorkovski      77-10-67     2ndT   $ 7.00

Yaple             83-16-67     2ndT   $ 7.00                                                                                                                       

 

SECOND FLIGHT   (18 TO 23)

Phillips          79-22-57     1st        $15.00

Schulken       81-22-59     2nd       $ 9.00

Lynch            85-23-62     3rd        $ 6.00

 

THIRD FLIGHT   (24 TO 29)

Cope             86-24-62     1stT       $12.00

Santospirito   88-26-62     1stT       $12.00

Wiscovitch     92-26-66     2ndT      $  3,00

Webster         90-24-66     2ndT      $  3.00         

 

 


SWEEPS  -  JUNE

FIRST FLIGHT -     (10 TO 17)

Service      76-10-66    1st             $18.00

Yaple         83-16-67    2nd            $12.00

Esquivel    81-12-69    3rd             $  7.00

 

SECOND FLIGHT - (18 to 23)      

Phillips      79-22-57     1st             $17.00

Lynch        85-23-62      2nd           $12.00

Young        88-21-67      3rdT          $ 4.00

Dukleth      85-18-67      3rdT          $ 4.00

 

 

THIRD FLIGHT - (24 TO 29)

Cope       86-24-62      1st            $18.00

Webster   90-24-66      2nd           $12.00

Dyekman  93-26-67     3rd             $7.00

 


ANNUAL SWEEPS - June 2018

FIRST FLIGHT  6-13-18                      6-20-18                      COMBINED     PLACE      POINTS

YAPLE                87    16      71            79     15       64             135                1ST            44

SMITH                88     19      69            92     19      73              142                3RDT         17

DUKLETH          88     18      70             85     18      67              137                2ND           33

ESQUIVEL         83     12      71             94      12     82               153               

THOMPSON      91      17     74             85      17     68               142                3RDT         17

SCHULKEN       95       20    75             91       22    69                144

SERVICE           85       10    75             N/A

 

SECOND FLIGHT     6-13-18               6-20-18 

WEBSTER            90       24     66         97       22   75                141                 2NDT        28

SCOTT                  93       25     68         98       25   73                141                 2NDT        28

WISCOVITCH       93       25     68         N/A

YOUNG                 91       21     70         99       21   78                148

COPE                    95       24     71         94       22   72                143                 3RDT         6

PHILLIPS              94        22    72          89      18   71                 143                 3RDT         6

SANTOSPIRITO   99        25    74         102     26   76                  150

LYNCH                  98       23     75          85      23   62                   137                1ST          43

 

 

 

 

 


CAROL LIZOTTE CALLED AND ADVISED THAT OUR DEAR FRIEND AND HER HUSBAND, JOHN, PASSED AT 2:00 A.M. THIS MORNING (JULY 3,2018). JOHN WILL BE REMEMBERED BY MOST OF US HERE AT CASTLE CREEK AS A GOOD FRIEND,TOUGH COMPETITOR AND A HARD WORKER FOR OUR GROUP.  HE SERVED AS OUR CLUB PRESIDENT FOR MANY YEARS OVER SEVERAL DIFFERENT TERMS AND AS OUR SCGA REPRESENTATIVE FOR SEVERAL TERMS WHEN NOT SERVING AS PRESIDENT.  

CAROL WILL PROVIDE MORE DETAILS AS THEY BECOME AVAILABLE.

 

KEN SMITH


First Flight - May Hot Stick

 Yaple       18      62     1st          $16.00

Salazar     18      64     2nd           12.00

Esquivel    13     66     3rd              8.00

Gjorkovski  10    67     4th              4.00

 

Second Flight - May Hot Stick

Lynch        26r      65      1st          $16.00

Cope         26       66      2nd           12.00

Smith         20      67       3rdt            2.00

Scott          26r     67       3rdt            2,00

Schulken    20      67       3rdt            2.00

Harlow        28      67       3rdt            2.00

Dykeman    27      67       3rdt             2.00

Young         21      67        3rdt             2.00

 


First Flight - May Sweeps 2018

Esquivel        13       66      1st         15.00

Dukleth          19       68      2nd        12.00

Phillips           19       70      3rdt          4.00

Thompson      17       70      3rdt          4.00

Yaple               18      70       3rdt          4.00

 

Second Flight - May Sweeps 2018

Lynch              26r      65       1st          16.00

Dykeman        27       67        2nd         10.00

Cope               28       70        3rdt           7.00

Scott                26r      70        3rdt           7.00

 

 

 

 


THE ANNUAL SWEEPS EVENT IS SCHEDULED FOR WEDNESDAY JUNE 13TH AND WEDNESDAY JUNE 20TH.  THE EVENT IS FREE TO THOSE PLAYERS WHO HAVE CONTESTED IN A MINIMUM OF 13 MONTHLY SWEEPS EVENTS DURING THE PAST 12 MONTHS.  THERE IS ALSO A "BUT IN" POLICY THIS YEAR FOR THOSE PLAYERS WHO HAVE CONTESTED IN AT LEAST 9 EVENTS AND PAY A PENALTY OF $2.00 FOR EACH ROUND UNDER THE REQUIRED 13.  

 

A SIGN UP SHEET WILL BE AVAILABLE AT THE DESK STARTING WEDNESDAY JUNE 6TH.

 

KEN SMITH,

SWEEPS CHAIR


Club Champion Steve Gjorkovski (right) and Runner-up Dave Yaple, This is Steve's 5th Club Championship.


Ready to start our Club Championship for 2018.


Defending Champion Steve Gjorkovski starting the Tournament.


John LIZOTTE HAS A NEW PHONE NUMBER:  760-547-1293.

 HE CAN NO LONGER WALK AND HE THINKS HE HAS PNEMONIA.  HE WOULD APPRECIATE PHONE CALLS OR VISITS IF ANY OF THE MEN'S CLUB MEMBER WOULD CARE TO VISIT.

 


 

  

Castle Creek Men’s Golf Club

 

Board of Directors Meeting

 

March 21, 2018

 

 

 

The meeting was called to order by President Tom Class at 12:49 p.m. Members present were President Tom Class, Vice President and Tournament Chairman Bryan Cope, Secretary Mike Dyekman, Treasurer Will Nelson, Travel Team Captain Larry Thompson, SCGA Representative and Handicap Chairman Charles Service, Greens Chairman Jim Santospirito, Events Chairman Dave Webster and Rules Chairman Ken Smith

 

Reports:

 

Treasurer:  The Treasurer presented the 2018 financial report as of February 28, 2018.  Motion to accept the report by Charles Service; seconded by Larry Thompson.  Motion carried.

 

Tournament Chairman:  The Chairman requested suggestions for “games” to be used for the Wednesday play.

 

Handicap Chairman:  The computer used for entering scores in the “club room” has been stolen.  Jim Santospirito has donated another computer.  Charles Service and Jim will set up the computer in the “club room” in the near future.  Any members who have no means of posting their scores can give them to the Handicap Chairman and he will post them.

 

Greens Chairman:  The green on #2 has been seeded with bent grass.  The greens on  #3, #7 and #12 are being repaired by taking grass from the back of the green to fill in.  The green at #14 is being repaired by taking grass from the back of #17.  The green specialist was used for the putting green and #2 green.  The firm has not been retained to repair any additional greens.

 

Travel Team Chairman:  The travel team is off to a good start with a record of 5 wins and 2 losses.

 

Senior Chairman:  Not present, no report.

 

Special Events Chairman:  The club currently has 42 members of which only approximately 30 are “playing members”.    The next special event for the Men’s Club will be a luncheon following the Club Championship in May.  The Senior Men’s Club will have a luncheon the 3rd Monday in April.

 

Rules Chairman:  The chairman has confirmed with SCGA that the club can adopt a rule regarding who can play from the red tees.  Motion by Bryan Cope, second by Mike Dyekman to confirm the rule established in December that members can only play from the red tees at Men’s Club events if they are 80 years of age or older and their handicap index exceeds 20.

 

The Chairman also provided a clarification of the “local rule” on holes #3 and #14.  If the players shot goes into the “lateral hazard”, they must play their next shot from the drop zone, i.e. the player may not hit out of the hazard.  Additionally, clarification was provided for the “local rule” on #6 and #7.  It is up to the player to determine what stance to take to play the ball.  If the decision is to hit the ball left-handed and this requires standing on the cart path, the player is granted relief from the cart path.  If the player decides to hit the ball right-handed, there is not relief.

 

The use of winter rules will not longer be in effect April 4 or thereafter.  The first tee time beginning April 4 will be 7:30 a.m.

 

The new SCGA rules have been finalized and go into effect January 1, 2019.  A summary of the new rules can be found on the SCGA website. 

 

New Business:  None

 

There being no other business, Will Nelson moved to adjourn the meeting, second by Larry Thompson.  Motion carried.

 

 

 

Respectfully submitted,

 

Mike Dyekman

 

Secretary

 


 

Castle Creek Men’s Golf Club

 

Board of Directors Meeting

 

January 24, 2018

 

 

 

The meeting was called to order by President Tom Class at 1:22 p.m.. Members present were President Tom Class, Vice President and Tournament Chairman Brian Copes, Secretary Mike Dyekman, Treasurer Will Nelson, Travel Team Captain Larry Thompson, SCGA Representative and Handicap Chairman Charles Service, Greens Chairman Jim Santospirito, Events Chairman Dave Webster, Senior Men’s President Bob Schulken.

 

Reports:

 

Handicap Chairman:  No report.

 

Greens Chairman:  The greens are not growing/improving.  A recent discussion with the grounds keeper indicated nothing is happening, i.e. there is no plan of action.

 

Travel Team Chairman:  The travel team has its first match versus Encinitas Ranch on Monday June 29.  They could still use one or two more players.  The proper attire for matches is black shorts or pants with the “team” shirt.

 

Senior Chairman:  The seniors are playing “winter rules”.  In the fairway the ball may be moved one club length, no closer to the hole; on the greens the ball may be moved 4 ½” no closer to the hole; and in bunkers the ball may be moved, but not cleaned, if in a foot print or “rake mark”.  The seniors currently have 24 members.  The “hole in one insurance” is $2.

 

Treasurer:  The Treasurer presented the 2017 financial report and the 2018 Budget.  Motion by Mike Dyekman, second by Dave Webster, motion carried.  It was noted that the Senior Men’s Club funds are kept separate from the Men’s Club.

 

Special Events Chairman:  The club currently has 42 members.    The special events for the year will be a luncheon following the Club Championship in May and following the Turkey shoot in November.

 

Tournament Chairman:  There was general discussion regarding game fees and payouts for winnings.  Each game will be separated into two flights.  The top 3 scorers, and ties, will be paid as the winners of their flight.  The Tournament Chairman will attempt to follow the “Major” schedule as played in 2017.

 

New Business:

 

Use of red tees:  Motion by Charles Service, second by Bob Schulken, to make the use of “red tees” available to those players over 80 years of age and with an index of 20 or greater.  The Rules is to be place used for a trial period beginning January 29 through March 21.  The Board of Directors will meet again on that date to review the effectiveness of the rule.

 

Tee times:  The Men’s Club is currently using the “winter schedule” with the first tee time being 8:00 a.m.  Beginning in April we will move to the “summer schedule” with the first tee time being 7:00 a.m.

 

 

 

There being no other business, Charles Service moved to adjourn the meeting, second by Dave Webster.  Motion carried.

 

 

 

Respectfully submitted,

 

Mike Dyekman

Secretary

 


 

11-22-2017

 

Minutes of Castle Creek Men’s Club General Meeting.

 

The meeting was called to order at 12:50 by President Tom Class. Additional Board Members present were Jim Santospirito, Charles Service, Larry Thompson, Bob Schulken, Ken Smith, Dave Webster, and Duke Dukleth.

 

  1. The Handicap Chairman Charles Service explained the procedure for renewing Castle Creek Men’s Club membership for 2018 through the SCGA Portal in detail.

  2. Our Travel Team Captain Larry Thompson reported on the Teams 2017 season. The team made the playoffs this year so the season was a success. Congratulations to Captain Thompson and all the team members for a great season.

  3. Seniors Club President Bob Schulken reported on the starting times for Senior Club events for the upcoming year and the status of the Hole in One Fund for Seniors.  Seniors Club membership dues will be $10.00 again for the coming year.

  4. A motion was made, seconded and carried to approve the minutes of the Board of Directors Meeting of 10-04-2017.

  5. The Treasures report was made available by Treasurer Will Nelson. A motion was made, seconded, and carried to approve the report. The report is Attachment 1.

  6. The following members volunteered to serve as Officers for the upcoming year and were elected by voice vote:  Michael Dyekman as Secretary, Tom Class as President, Brian Cope as Tournament Chairman, Bob Schulken as Senior Club President, Dave Webster as Membership and Events, Jim Santospirito as Greens Chairman, Ken Smith as Rules/Hotstick/Sweeps, Will Nelson as Treasurer/Bandits. And Larry Thompson as Travel Team Captain.  Thanks for our members who have stepped up to replace retiring officers.

  7. A discussion was made about the need for and expense of the Men’s Club Booklet.  A motion was made, seconded and carried to discontinue the hard copy publication of the Booklet. The Booklet will be made available on line.

  8. A motion was made, seconded and carried to adjourn.

     

    Respectfully

    Richard Dukleth

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Attachment  1.

 

 

 

 

 

Castle Creek Men’s Golf Club

 

Statement of Income and Expenses

 

01/01/17 to 10/31/17

 

 

 

Balance at 01/01/17                                                                                                 $ 4724.82

 

 

 

INCOME

 

             Dues                                                               $    274.00

 

            Senior Men’s Club                                                  160.00

 

             Hole in One                                                        235.00

 

             Luncheons                                                                 80.00

 

             Annual Hot Stick                                                258.00

 

            Annual Sweeps                                                       251.00                                                                                                       

 

                                                                                                                                      1258.00

 

                                                                                                                                      5982.82                          

 

 EXPENSES

 

            SCGA 2017                                                                      $ 1836.00

 

                Senior Men’s Club                                                                0

 

             Hole in One                                                                               270.00

 

             Luncheons                                                                 204.01

 

             Tournaments

 

                                Annual Hot Stick                                                   221.00

 

                                Annual Sweeps                                                     232.00

 

Eclectic                                                                  150.00

 

Memorial                                                150.00

 

Presidents Cup                                       150.00

 

                        Club Championship                                  500.00

 

                          Classic                                                          150.00

 

                          Flag                                                               150.00

 

                          Shootout                                                200.00                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            

 

                        Turkey Shoot                                              0  

 

                        Holiday Tournament                                    0

 

                Publications/Operating Expenses                               364.43                                         4577.44                                         Balance at 10/31/17                                                                                                                      $1405.38                                Reconciliation: Checking Account 10/31/17                                                                            $1405.38*                  

 

 

 

*Of the $1405 balance, $1100 is committed to end-of-year tournaments, hole-in-one   and senior men’s club.  This leaves only $300 to carry over to 2018.

 

 

 

 

 

      WAN  11/14/2017

 

  

 


Minutes of Castle Creek Men's Club BOD meeting of 10-04-2017

 

10-04-2017

 

Minutes of Castle Creek Men’s Club Board of Directors Meeting

 

The meeting was called to order by President Tom Class at 1208. Members present were President Tom Class, Vice President and Tournament Chairman Greg Pollastrini, Secretary Duke Dukleth, Treasurer Will Nelson, Rules Chairman Ken Smith, Travel Team Captain Larry Thompson, SCGA Representative and Handicap Chairman Charles Service, Greens Chairman Jim Santospirito, Events Chairman Dave Webster, Senior Men’s President Bob Schulken and Bill Wiscovitch.

 

  1. A motion was made, seconded and carried to approve the minutes of the Board of Directors Meeting of July 6, 2017.

  2. Handicap Chairman Charles Service gave a negative report.

  3. Travel Team Captain Larry Thompson reported that the Travel Team will comfortably make the playoffs with one match still to play.

  4. Treasurer Will Nelson gave the current financial report. (attachment 1) A motion was mad, seconded and carried to approve the financial report dated 07/04/2017.

  5. Special Event Chairman Dave Webster reports that the Annual Turkey Shoot will Tournament be the same day as our Men’s Club Luncheon. The Luncheon will be combined with the Senior Men’s Club Luncheon. The event will also serve as The Castle Creek Men’s Club General Membership Meeting. A motion was made, seconded and carried that the luncheon fee will be $5.00 and that the balance of the cost will be shared by the Men’s Club and the Senior Men’s Club.

  6. Arron Kelsey addressed the Board and reported the phased plan for improving the condition of the Greens.  

  7. A discussion was had about the rules for playing Red/White tees. The issue was tabled until the General Membership Meeting on 22 November. The Tournament Chair Greg Pollastrini has agreed to analyze the statistics to see if there is an advantage one way or the other when playing the red or white tees. 

  8. A Rules of Golf discussion on hazards was held. Rules Chairman Ken Smith provide the current Rules (attachment 2). A motion was made, seconded and carried to add a drop zone on Hole #3 similar to the drop zone on Hole 14. (Attachment 3)

  9. Senior Club President Bob Schulken reports no issues.

  10. Discussion was had about Men’s Club membership dues and SCGA annual dues. President Tom Class and SCGA Representative Service will ask the SCGA about procedure options. Treasurer Will Nelson estimates that individual expenses will increase due to the anticipated decrease in Men’s Club Membership. A motion was made, seconded, and carried to establish the Castle Creek Men’s Club dues at $40 for Calendar Year 2018.

  11. A discussion was had about filling upcoming Club Officer vacancies.  Tournament Chairman and Secretary positions need to be filled. Officers will solicit the membership for members willing to serve.

  12. A Motion was made, seconded, and carried to adjourn.

    Respectfully

    Richard Dukleth Secretary.

     

     

    Attachment (1)

     

 

 

 

Castle Creek Men’s Golf Club

 

Statement of Income and Expenses

 

01/01/17 to 8/31/17

 

 

 

Balance at 01/01/17                                                                                                 $ 4724.82

 

INCOME

 

             Dues                                                               $    274.00

 

            Senior Men’s Club                                                  160.00

 

             Hole in One                                                        125.00

 

             Luncheons                                                                 80.00                       

 

            Annual Hot Stick                                                195.00

 

            Annual Sweeps                                                       185.00                                                                                                        

 

                                                                                                                                       1019.00

 

                                                                                                                                       5743.82                          

 

 EXPENSES

 

            SCGA 2012                                                                      $ 1836.00

 

                Senior Men’s Club                                                                0

 

             Hole in One                                                                               145.00

 

             Luncheons                                                                 204.01

 

             Tournaments

 

                                Annual Hot Stick                                                   221.00

 

                                Annual Sweeps                                                     232.00

 

Eclectic                                                                  150.00

 

Memorial                                                150.00

 

Presidents Cup                                       150.00

 

Club Championship                                  500.00

 

                        Classic                                                         0 

 

                        Flag                                                          150.00

 

Stableford                                                       0

 

Shootout                                                         0               

 

                        Turkey Shoot                                              0 

 

                        Holiday Tournament                                    0

 

                Publications/Operating Expenses                               332.43                                           4070.44                                       Balance at  8/31/17                                                                                                                         $1673.38                                               Reconciliation: Checking Account 8/31/17                                                                               $1673.38                 

 

 

 

               

 

 

 

 

 

     WAN  9/19/2017

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Attachment (2)

 

                                           RULES OF GOLF

 

ISSUES:

 

  1.  WATER HAZARDS (INCLUDIING LATERAL WATER HAZARDS)

 

OPTIONS:

 

1.  PLAY THE BALL AS IT LIES (NO PENALTY)

 

2. TAKE RELIEF UNDER 26-1 WHICH ALLOWS THE FOLLOWING FOR A BALL WHICH IS LOST IN THE WATER HAZARD, BUT A PLAYER MUST FIRST HAVE KNOWLEDGE OR BE VIRTUALLY CERTAIN THE BALL IS IN FACT IN THE HAZARD.

 

        1.  PROCEED UNDER STROKE AND DISTANCE (RULE 27).

 

        2.  DROP A BALL BEHIND THE POINT LAST CROSSED AND GO BACK AS FAR AS DESIRED KEEPING THAT POINT BETWEEN THE HOLE AND THE SPOT WHERE DROPPED.

 

        3.  IF A LATERAL WATER HAZARD THE FOLLOWING ADDITIONAL OPTIONS APPLY:

 

                        a.  DROP A BALL WITHIN 2 CLUB LENGTHS FROM WHERE THE BALL LAST CROSSED

 

                        b.  DROP A BALL WITHIN 2 CLUB LENGTHS ON THE OPPOSITE SIDE WHICH IS EQUAL DISTANCE.

 

        4.  USE THE DROP ZONE.  THIS OPTION CAN BE AUTHORIZED BY THE LOCAL BOARD AND MAY BE ESTABLISHED AS THE ONLY OPTION OR AS AN ADDITIONAL OPTION TO 26-1.

 

        5.  PROVISIONAL BALL.  THIS OPTION CAN BE AUTHORIZED BY THE LOCAL BOARD AND WOULD ALLOW FOR A PROVISIONAL BALL TO BE PLAYED UNDER ANY OF THE OPTIONS IN RULE 26-1.  IF THE ORIGINAL BALL IS FOUND  OUTSIDE THE WATER HAZARD (WITHIN 5 MINUTES) THEPLAYER MUST CONTINUE WITH IT – IF THE ORIGINAL BALL IS FOUND IN THE WATER HAZARD THE PLAYER MAY EITHER PLAY IT AS IT LIES OR CONTINUE WITH THE PROVISIONAL BALL. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Attachment (3)

 

NOTICE – NEW LOCAL RULE IN EFFECT OCTOBER 9, 2017

 

          The BOD has approved a new local rule establishing a DROPPING ZONE on hole #3.  Under the new rule all Men’s Club members and guests MUST use the dropping zone for any ball hit into the water hazard fronting the tee.  No other options for relief under USGA Rule 26-1 will be allowed.  Failure to observe and follow the new rule will result in a two stroke penalty.  Here is the wording for the new rule:

 

“If a ball is in or it is known or virtually certain that a ball that has not been found is in the water hazard fronting the tee on hole #3, the player MUST, drop a ball, under penalty of one stroke, in the dropping zone. Play of a ball in any other manner will result in an additional two stroke penalty.”

 

          This newly approved local rule will go into effect on Monday October 9th.  The dropping zone will be clearly marked with white lines and/or a sign, and will be located near the exit from the bridge.  Any ball subsequently played from the dropping zone back into the lateral water hazard, will continue to be played under USGA rule 26-1.

 

 

 

Ken Smith, Rules Chair

 

October 5, 2017

 

 

 


July 6, 2017 – 05:18 PM

 

7-5-2017

 

Minutes of Castle Creek Men’s Club Board of Directors Meeting

 

The meeting was called to order by President Tom Class at 1155. Members present were President Tom Class, Vice President and Tournament Chairman Greg Pallastrini, Secretary Duke Dukleth, Treasurer Will Nelson, Rules Chairman Ken Smith, Travel Team Captain Larry Thompson, SCGA Representative and Handicap Chairman Charles Service, Greens Chairman Jim Santospirito, Events Chairman and Dave Webster.

 

  1. Tournament Chairman Greg Pallastrini gave a negative report.

  2. Greens Chairman Jim Santospirito reported the greens are starting to get rougher and need more attention.

  3. Travel Team Captain Larry Thompson reported that the Travel Team is three points out of third place overall in this year’s standings.

  4. Special Events Chairman Dave Webster gave a negative report.

  5. The Financial Report (attachment 1) was presented by Treasurer Will Nelson.  Treasurer Will Nelson introduced the idea of an increase in annual dues. Members will pay their SCGA Membership dues directly to the SCGA this coming year and into the future.  The question is how this will affect our membership since we have some members that are inactive for the most part. Question and issue was tabled until our next meeting in September when we have a clearer idea of how SCGA will handle our membership and to inform members of an impending increase in our Castle Creek Men’s Club  Annual dues. A motion was made, seconded and carried to accept the Financial Report.

  6. Tournament Chairman Greg Pallastrini stated he will  commence signups the week of July 12th for our Annual Match Play Tournament.  $20 will be the fee.

  7. Rules Chair Ken Smith gave a negative report.

  8. Larry Thompson introduced the way some other clubs are handling poor conditions in bunkers. Players when landing in a bunker are allowed to pick up their ball, rake the area where his ball came to rest to smooth out the bunker surface, remove rocks, and then replace the ball. This is to allow a playable surface out of which to hit. A motion was made and seconded to adopt a similar rule for Castle Creek Men’s Club. The motion did not pass.

  9. Larry Thompson made a motion establish a drop zone on Hole #14 for a uniform place at the Green Tee area to be used as a drop zone for those who hit into the hazard running diagonally across the fairway along the creek bed.  Ken Smith provided the wording for the rule as follows:

 

The USGA recommends that a local rule establishing a Dropping Zone be an additional option to Rule 26-1 Water Hazards, but they allow for a local committee to adopt a local rule that REQUIRES the dropping zone be used in all circumstances.  ​

 

I think since the relief provisions under 26-1 are already multiple and adding one more option would just be more confusing, we should probably adopt the following recommended wording for our local rule:

 

"If a ball is in or it is known or virtually certain that a ball that has not been found is in the diagonal water hazard along the creek bed on hole #14, the player MUST, drop a ball, under penalty of one stroke, in the dropping zone."

 

If a player drops his ball under this local rule (using the dropping zone) and then hits his third shot in the lateral water hazard again, he would then follow rule 26-1 for that subsequent shot. 

 

If there are no objections, I will put a notice and sample on our bulletin board, the desk, the entry door and inform our members of the new local rule and the date it will become operative.

 

Note that the wording of the proposed new local rule requires the player to take a drop in the dropping zone - he MUST follow that procedure or be assessed an additional two stroke penalty.

 

The motion carried.

 

  1. Handicap Chairman Charles Service brought up problems with the way members post their scores. After a discussion a motion was made and seconded to require all members to post all rounds immediately upon completion of the round on the computer in the Men’s Club Room and not post from home or their Smart Phones.  The motion passed.  A second motion was made by Handicap Chairman Charles Service to allow him to post penalty scores in accordance with the USGA Handicap System Handbook.  The motion passed and is effective as of this date. .  

  2. President Tom Class stated that all changes or additions to our local rules or bylaws will be included in the next edition of our Castle Creek Men’s Club Handbook. 

  3. A motion was made and seconded to allow women to play in Men’s Club events. Due to the complexity of different handicap rules for men and women and the idea that our Women do not contribute to the treasury where some prize money is derived we will allow women to compete for “Closest to the Pin” money only.  The motion carried.   

  4. A motion was made, seconded and carried to adjourn.

     

    Respectfully

     

    Richard Dukleth

    Secretary

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    Attachment (1)

     

 

 

 

Castle Creek Men’s Golf Club

 

Statement of Income and Expenses

 

01/01/17 to 6/30/17

 

 

 

Balance at 01/01/17                                                                                                 $ 4724.82

 

INCOME

 

             Dues                                                               $    274.00

 

            Senior Men’s Club                                                  160.00

 

             Hole in One                                                        125.00

 

             Luncheons                                                                 80.00                       

 

            Annual Hot Stick                                                173.00

 

            Annual Sweeps                                                       161.00                                                                                                        

 

                                                                                                                                        973.00

 

                                                                                                                                      5697.82                          

 

 EXPENSES

 

            SCGA 2012                                                                      $ 1836.00

 

                Senior Men’s Club                                                                0

 

             Hole in One                                                                               145.00

 

             Luncheons                                                                 204.01

 

             Tournaments

 

                                Annual Hot Stick                                                   221.00

 

                                Annual Sweeps                                                     232.00

 

Eclectic                                                                  150.00

 

Memorial                                                150.00

 

Presidents Cup                                       150.00

 

Club Championship                                  500.00

 

                        Classic                                                         0 

 

                        Flag                                                             0

 

Stableford                                                       0

 

Shootout                                                         0               

 

                        Turkey Shoot                                              0 

 

                        Holiday Tournament                                    0

 

                Publications/Operating Expenses                              298.43                                            3886.44                                       Balance at  6/30/17                                                                                                                         $1811.38                                               Reconciliation: Checking Account 6/30/17                                                                               $1811.38                  

 

 

 

               

 

 

 

 

 

      WAN  7/4/2017

 


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