Thank you for your participation in the 1st Annual Jack and Jill Tournament. We hope everyone had a good time and enjoyed the format.
We have received very positive feedback from the ladies, and we will be doing this again next year. We are looking at having it a little earlier in the year, and hope to attract a full field (144 players). We will need your participation to make this happen.
For those of you who did not play, you missed a fun even. The shotgun start and luncheon made the after-party great fun.
For those of you who did play, please respond to email@example.com with your comments about the tournament, and especially the format.
Once again, the Senior Tournament Committee thanks you for making this tournament successful.
Here are the tournament results:
|1st||Sunny Hwang & Jim Holland||$70.00|
|2nd||Kayo Kageki & Fred Power||$65.00|
|3rd||Soyon Kim & Ron Decker||$55.00|
|4th||Janet Nicholas & Chris Tateishi||$45.00|
|5th||Jane Meadows & Tony Jeppesen||$40.00|
|6th||Carol Baldwin & Chuck Bowen||$35.00|
|7th||Deborah Moon & Larry Coleman||$30.00|
|8th||Judy Ellis & Charles Hollenbeck||$28.00|
|9th||Susan Mayon & Pete Clarke||$23.00|
Fall Field Day:
On a gorgeous fall day, with the golf course in excellent shape, our members displayed the art of going low.
Whether or not most of our members have been taking advantage of our professional staff and getting lessons or having the ability to lift, clean and place, something was a big help in lowering scores. This was some of the best tournament scoring of the year.
Brad Barnett tore up the Muni with a smoking hot 4-under par 67. Barnett, the former Kansas Jayhawk, edged Chris Jeppesen by a single shot to win the overall gross crown and $125. Four players shot par or better.
Jeff Wilson was hot as well, bettering the course rating by 4 shots with a 64 net score.
Next up is the Stableford Points tournament Nov. 2nd.
Cap't Muni Rat
Ray (Boom Boom) Kastelitz chips it close on #13 on his way to a net 64
Gary Richards hitting his second shot on #18
Joe Zorich hits his approach to the 11th green