Monterey Weekend 2013

San Juan Oaks – Rally for the Cure
Day one of our annual 3 day away tournament on the Monterey peninsula began
with gorgeous weather at San Juan Oaks in Hollister. This is one of those
courses that looks like it should be easy, but then it comes back to “bite” you.
We tried a slightly different game of Cha-Cha-Cha taking 3 best net balls on the
par 3’s, 2 best net on the 4’s, and 1 best net on the difficult long par 5’s.
Our winners were;
1st place team: April Kenyon, Kay Middleton, Pat White
and Jan Moura

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2nd place team: Liz Riddle, Me Tin Cheung, Michele Ross
and Veronica Pino

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The closest to the flagstick on 4 holes were:
#6 Kelly Tague 14’8″
#8 Kay Middleton 7’4″
#12 Julie Campioti 12’0″
#16 Me Tin Cheung 7’2″
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were made by: Julie Campiotti (2), Deb Ortega, Michele Ross, Terri Malatesta,
Kathy Karste and Liz Riddle
This was also our annual Rally for the Cure
tournament. We proudly raised $420 and we had a drawing for two prizes. Pat
Tuohy won the ladies’ Cleveland fairway wood and he promptly donated it to the
upcoming Breast Cancer Benefit Tournament being held at San Ramon Golf Club on
10/8. Betty McCabe won the second drawing for a gift certificate to the San Juan
Oaks pro shop.

All the prizes we’re announced at the party held in the
early evening at the Best Western in Monterey where April Kenyon, the tournament
director for Day 2 at Pasadera, gave her famous/infamous explanation of the
rules to play golf Bingo.

If it sounds like we had a fantastic time, we
did. See you all there next year.

Dee and Kay.


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Pasadera Country Club

Who would have guessed what a beautiful and challenging course this
is.   Check out the pictures for
hole  #14.  You must hit over the canyon approximately
110 yards (from the red tees) onto a green that is about  25 yards across.  It was a little intimidating. LOL

We had 24 players and the format was
BINGO hosted by April Kenyon.  It is not
as easy as it sounds, especially on this course.  You needed to score net pars, birdies, or
eagles to X out your hole number or ForeWomen icon. 

The first place with a team score of
7 bingos:  Michelle Ross, Kay Middleton,
Rita Steele and Sandy Gonzales

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Second place with a team score of 4
bingos: Julie Campiotti, Kathy Karste, Deb Ortega and Terri Malatesta

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Hole number 6 was closest to the pin

Deb Ortega – 7’9”

OOP’s no men made it on the

Hole number 17 was longest drive –

April Kenyon and Pat Tuohy

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Chip in’s – Kay Middleton

Special thanks to Betty McCabe for
helping with registration.

Congratulations to all the


Del Monte

Just another beautiful day in
Paradise…  Even though we were only 12
players on Monday, it was a very competitive result with only 1 point between
all three teams.  The format was 2 best
low net balls. 

1st place with a team low
of 134:  Pat and Dee Tuohy, Gary Smith
and Betty McCabe

Low Net @ 75:  Kelly Tague

Low Gross @ 82:  Michelle Ross

Closest to the pin @ 33’2”:  Michelle Ross (we think she was the only one
that actually got on the green – LOL)

Special thanks to Rita Steele for
help with registration and scoring!

Thank you to all that participated –
it was a great day!!


If you have pictures from the weekend please upload them to the FWGA Facebook Album Monterey Weekend.

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