2021 Senior Inter-Club Match at Oak Valley

from Mark Robson, Senior Inter-club Captain

TGA Golfers,

The Senior Interclub team lost an important match at Oak Valley last Tuesday leaving us on the verge of missing the playoffs.

Our final match of the regular season is at Maple Chase on July 20th. Both teams have identical 2-3-0 records. The winner will (potentially) advance to the playoffs, and the loser will be done for the season.

Team Tanglewood played solid golf, but Oak Valley won the match in blowout fashion, 32.5 to 47.5, with a torrent of birdies.

Team Patrick Hynes/Todd Brown lost their match 65/63 (22 birdies or better on the scorecard)
Team Jerry Johnson/Mark Robson lost 73/64 (21 birdies or better on the scorecard)
Team Rodie Marovich/Charlie Fisher halved their match 76/76
Team Jim Williams/Hendrik Weichelt lost 75/74

The hallmark of this season has been exceptional scoring. With a potential playoff spot on the line in our match with Maple Chase, both teams will be looking to punch our ticket with exceptional scoring of our own.

POD Standings:
Oak Valley (4-2-0)
Colonial (3-3-0)
Tanglewood (2-3-0)
Maple Chase (2-3-0)

I can’t wait for July 20th to get here.

Mark Robson
Team Captain
In it, to win it…again

2021 Regular Inter-Club Match at Oak Valley

On Sunday, June 27th, our Regular Inter-club team traveled across the river to visit Oak Valley.

The course was in truly in excellent condition. The fairways were lush; the rough was deep, and the greens (no lie) were firm and (fairly) fast.

Plus, it was setup to play the full 6600 yard blue tees!

It was a great test of golf and three our our pairings passed with flying colors!!

Tanglewood was able to squeak out a hard fought 40.5-39.5 victory, with some great playing across the board.

The first two teams of Kenny Flynn/Patrick Hynes, and Mark Harper Jr./Eli Kennedy set the tone early by winning the first two matches.

The third team of Stevie Blankenship/Brian Sainz got their asses handed to them.

However, the final team of Josh Dalton/Charlie Fisher came back to halve their match and provide Tanglewood just enough points for the victory.

Tanglewood’s Regular Inter-club team has come back from an 0-2 start and evened it’s record at 2-2.

With two more matches, Tanglewood needs one more victory to begin another playoff run!

52 weekends, 11 tournaments, 1 round of fun