2019 Senior Inter-club Update

From our Senior Inter-club captain, Mark Robson:

The Senior Interclub Team rolled to our 3rd straight victory with a 44-28 win over Maple Chase today on the Championship Course. On paper, this looked like a tough match, but solid play by all 4 Tanglewood teams and home course advantage proved to be too much for Maple Chase.

Mark Harper Sr. hit the shot of the day on hole #5. He pulled out his rangefinder on the tee and determined that it was 270 yards to carry the front edge of the green, hitched his pants, and launched a 280 yard missile that ended up 12 feet past the hole and had our opponents begging us to go easy on them. Needless to say, we didn’t, and the match was effectively over. Thank you, Mark!

Individual Match Results:

Ron Morgan and Bill Goodson (10.5 to 7.5, win)
Mark Robson and Mark Harper (12.5 to 5.5, win)
David Edenfield and Sam Crawley (11 to 7, win)
Bob Cornish and Mark Hartson (10 to 8, win)

Team Results: Tanglewood 44, Maple Chase 28.

Current record: 3-0-0

Remaining Schedule:
At Meadowlands, Tuesday, Jul 9
At Maple Chase, Tuesday, Jul 16
At Salem Glen, Tuesday, Jul 23

2019 Member-Member Results

All, another exciting Member-Member is in the books!

The winners were:
Flight A – Dickie Brewer and Greg Howard – Gross; and Kenny Davis and Charlie Fisher – Net.

Flight B-1 – Scott Wearn and Kris Carlson – Gross; and Brian Sainz and Chad Carter – Net.

Flight B-2 – John Holzwarth and Benny Murrill – Gross; and Matt Edwards and Evan Lawson – Net.

Flight C – Dave Edenfield and Rob Heflin – Gross; and Ray Brewer and Ron Warden – Net.

The weather was outstanding, the course conditions were great; and the greens on both courses were pure!

Friday night’s social was well attended and the food from Mrs. Pumpkins was delicious. So were the liquid refreshments then as well as throughout the weekend. Many thanks to Hayes Smith for handling these responsibilities and to everyone who lent a hand filling and moving coolers throughout the weekend! And thanks to Matt Bostic for the specialty and craft beers from his store, Stella Brew, on Hawthorne in W-S.

Here’s a few highlights from the scoring: 1) Ray Brewer shot his best career round on Championship with an 80; Matt Bostic had the low individual round on Sunday with a 72; Kenny Davis, Scott Wearn and Sam Uberseder had the low individual rounds on Saturday with even par 72s.

And much gratitude to all who helped with scoring on Saturday and Sunday, namely Brian Sainz, Terry Payne, and Jim Williams. And special kudos to Terry for running the Blind Draw. Our Treasurer, Joe Brooks, handled all the money and got everyone paid!

If you are listed as winning 1st or 2nd place and won a Gift Card but did not pick it up, just ask a TGA Officer (Jim, Brian S, Hayes, Joe, and Hugh) and we’ll get it for you. If you won $$ but did not pick it up, it’s also available via an Officer. Those who won $$ but did not pick up include Nason, Larmour, Brown, Wessels, Marovich and Cox.

Special thanks to Gene Cox for serving as a marker both days when his partner, Chip Baker, suffered an injury before the event and could not play.

Next up is the June Tournament – Five Club Memorial. It’s scheduled for Saturday, June 22 with morning tee times on the Reynolds Course. This tournament honors the many members of the TGA who have passed away over the years. More details soon.

Remember, don’t post your individual score – for all TGA events with postable rounds, the TGA will post these scores.

Click here for complete results.

52 weekends, 11 tournaments, 1 round of fun