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A Hole-in-One Win’s Cash! Board Establishes a New Hole-in-One Pot
The Board of Directors has established two new “pots” of money to be used to reward any member who shoots an ace during one of our Monday or Sunday tournaments.
In addition to our regular $10.00 tournament entry fee, we will collect $1.00 from every player. This money will go into a “Hole-in-One Pot.” When a member shoots a hole-in-one in a tournament, he gets all the money in the pot. A new pot then will start accumulating.
In addition to rewarding a successful member for achieving golf’s ultimate goal of a hole-in-one, this prize should go a long way toward off-setting the member’s bar tab that is bound to accumulate following his round.
Joe Wikel Most Improved Player in First Quarter of 2015. Jakubowski Second
Joe dropped his index from 13.3 in January to 9.4 on March 1 to record the best handicap improvement in our Club for this year. Close behind was Paur Jakubowski who dropped from 18.6 to 14.6 in the same three months. To see a list of the Club's 25 most improved players, and an explanation of how improvement is measured CLICK HERE
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April 2015 Rules Quiz
SITUATION: It’s the Men’s Club May Sunday tournament which is individual competition. Manny, Moe, Jack and Maurice are playing together. Manny’s second shot on Hole #7 comes to rest in the tangled roots of the large tree to the left of the cart path about 60 yards from the green. Manny takes 2 – 3 minutes, standing near his ball, deliberating what he should do. Eager to play on, Maurice tells Manny, “You have no shot at all. You’ll just hit the roots and you might hurt your hand or damage a club. If I were you, I’d deem the ball unplayable.” Manny thinks a moment more, decides to follow Maurice’s advice, declares his ball unplayable, picks it up and drops within two club-lengths no nearer the hole. With his third swing he hits it onto the green. Maurice chips his own third shot onto the green as well. Both players take two putts to hole out.
QUESTION: Moe and Jack are marking Manny’s and Maurice’s cards. What should each write down for the two player’s scores?
POSSIBLE RESPONSES: A. Manny – 6; Maurice – 7 B. Manny – 6; Maurice - 6 C. Manny – 6; Maurice - 5 D. Manny – 7; Maurice - 5 E. Manny – 7; Maurice - 6 F. Manny – 7; Maurice - 7