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All are welcome – bring your Husbands, Wives, Co-workers, Friends and Family to join in the fun! All proceeds from Tee Sponsors, Raffle and Silent Auction will go to the John Muir Health Breast Center.
When: Monday, September 25
Where: Crow Canyon Country Club, 711 Silver Lake Drive, Danville
Entry Fee: $100.00 per player
Check In: 7:00 am – Coffee and donuts available
Shotgun: 8:00 am Shotgun Start
Includes: Golf w/cart, Goody Bags, Lunch & Prizes
Entries Close: Monday, September 11th
After September 11th, contact Kay Middleton for availability
Format: 3 Flights: all Male Teams, all Female Teams, & Mixed Teams
Texas Shamble: On each hole select the best drive then play your own ball to the hole.
Many great raffle prizes to win. Also in our Silent Auction we have 4-somes of golf at country clubs, some beautiful jewelry and much more to bid on.
If you don’t have a team of 4 players, a team will be made for you.
There is space for 6 more teams or sign up as a single player. Please let Kay Middleton know ASAP if interested.
Questions? Email Kay Middleton at SRBCtournament@yahoo.com.
Please click here to download the registration form PDF.
A beautiful day by the bay! Twenty-one intrepid women braved a gorgeous day, with no wind and no delay in play–but bumpy greens and no air conditioning in the bar–to emerge triumphant and happy after a tournament with lots of prizes and much camaraderie (plus free lunch for all!)
Among the triumphant were: low net, Meg Walsh at 89 and low gross, Pat White at 71. Closest to the pin on #4 were Deb Miller (A), and Suzanne Fong (B) and on #10, Shelly Kopp (A) and Kathi Kling (B–who birdied the hole, her first birdie ever!). Other birdie queens were Terri Martell and Meg Walsh (2!). Mistress of the chip-in jar was Mindi Canner, who had two chip-ins and may never need to buy balls again (or a putter!)
The game was Mutt and Jeff, which some suggested might have been more aptly named if you added an S before Mutt’s name, but Mindi C., Debra M. and Terri Martell persevered and, with a score of 114, won the big money. 2nd place (118) went to April, Della, Meg, and Linda, 3rd place (123) was snagged by Dee, Pam, Shelly and Pat.
Many thanks to the volunteers: Meg Walsh ably assisted by Della Gutierrez (and a big 10 calculator) did the scoring; Pat White was our registrar; and Shelly Kopp, our Annie Liebowitz of the Link (photographs). Sun, fun, money, gift cards, food, friendship, and of course GOLF–hallmarks of a ForeWomen tournament–and hats off to the mastermind behind it all, Alleen Hodgkin. Another wonderful year of great tournaments.
FWGA would like to thank Linda Dobb for coordinating the Monarch Bay Tournament.