June 10: Tee times available after 12:30pm.
June 13: Course closed for outside event.
June 16: US Open – Pick Your Pro
Regular tee times. The score will be the total net score of the member and the gross score of the pro. All picks must be turned in by 12pm on Saturday by phone or email.
June 23: MGA – 2 Man Alternate Shot
Flighted based on team handicap index. Pick your own partner.
June 28: Course closed for outside event.
If you would like to make arrangements to play another course on any of these dates please contact the Golf Pro Shop.
If you would like to make arrangements to play another course on any of these dates, please contact the Golf Pro Shop.
In the event of a change in this schedule, the changes will be posted in the men’s locker room and emailed to the membership.
Please call the golf shop ahead of time to book a tee time in order to ensure the best playability for you and your fellow members.
MAY MGA RESULTS
1st: Don Hingle, 61.5
T-2nd: Doug Salzer, 63.5
T-2nd: Steve Joubert, 63.5
T-4th: Andy Bower, 64
T-4th: Bill Brennan, 64
1st: Noah Morales, 64
2nd: Greg Towle, 63.5
3rd: Fred Morgan, 66.5
T-4th: Ron DeBlanc, 67
T-4th: Jim Montgomery, 67
T-4th: Don DeBlanc, 67
1st: Bill Schwartz, 66
T-2nd: Jim Morton, 66.5
T-2nd: Chuck Crosskill, 66.5
T-2nd: Kevin Colomb, 66.5
1st: Steve Strom, 65.5
2nd: Jeff Kindl, 66.5
3rd: Jamie Sablich, 67
4th: Paul Huston, 68
SPRING SHAMBLE RESULTS
Rule 11. Teeing Ground
All defined terms are in italics and are listed alphabetically in the Definitions section.
When a player is putting a ball into play from the teeing ground, it must be played from within the teeing ground and from the surface of the ground or from a conforming tee (see Appendix IV) in or on the surface of the ground.
For the purposes of this Rule, the surface of the ground includes an irregularity of surface (whether or not created by the player) and sand or other natural substance (whether or not placed by the player).
If a player makes a stroke at a ball on a non-conforming tee, or at a ball teed in a manner not permitted by this Rule, he is disqualified.
A player may stand outside the teeing ground to play a ball within it.
Before a player makes his first stroke with any ball on the teeing ground of the hole being played, the tee-markers are deemed to be fixed. In these circumstances, if the player moves or allows to be moved a tee-marker for the purpose of avoiding interference with his stance, the area of his intended swing or his line of play, he incurs the penalty for a breach of Rule 13-2.
11-3. Ball Falling off Tee
If a ball, when not in play, falls off a tee or is knocked off a tee by the player in addressing it, it may be re-teed, without penalty. However, if a stroke is made at the ball in these circumstances, whether the ball is moving or not, the stroke counts, but there is no penalty.
11-4. Playing from Outside Teeing Ground
a. Match Play
If a player, when starting a hole, plays a ball from outside the teeing ground, there is no penalty, but the opponent may immediately require the player to cancel the stroke and play a ball from within the teeing ground.
b. Stroke Play
If a competitor, when starting a hole, plays a ball from outside the teeing ground, he incurs a penalty of two strokes and must then play a ball from within the teeing ground.
If the competitor makes a stroke from the next teeing ground without first correcting his mistake or, in the case of the last hole of the round, leaves the putting green without first declaring his intention to correct his mistake, he is disqualified.
The stroke from outside the teeing ground and any subsequent strokes by the competitor on the hole prior to his correction of the mistake do not count in his score.
11-5. Playing from Wrong Teeing Ground
The provisions of Rule 11-4 apply.
Assistant Golf Pro
Join our golf pros for ladies’ golf clinics every Friday from 10am-11am. The cost is $20. Each week’s lesson is different – putting, chipping, irons, fairway woods and drivers. Our goal is to teach the fundamentals of golf and have fun. Call the pro shop to sign up!
June 7: Short Game – Chipping
June 14: Full Swing – Short Irons
June 21: Short Game – Greenside Bunker
June 28: Full Swing – Drivers, Fairway Woods & Hybrids
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Shirts with collars are allowed and must be tucked in. Bermuda shorts or golf slacks are considered appropriate attire.
GOLF CART RULES
There are more young golfers playing golf and I would like to remind everyone of the golf cart rules. The golf carts are only to be used for access to the driving range and playing on the course. In addition, to operate a golf cart the individual must have a valid drivers license. Finally, at no time should children operate the golf cart supervised or unsupervised. I thank you in advance for your cooperation in this matter to make English Turn a safe enviroment for all.
All golfing members please use restrooms at the comfort stations located on the front nine as well as the back nine of the golf course. This is necessary as to not disturb any of the many residents that have golf course lots. We appreciate your cooperation.
This is a friendly reminder that the entire Clubhouse is a non-smoking establishment. Thank you for your cooperation in keeping the Clubhouse smoke-free.
Please check in the Golf Shop before you start your round. If there is an emergency we need to know who is on the course. You may call us from your cell phone to check in. This helps us monitor play.
Head Golf Professional