Bob Greene, Publicity
Last month’s editorial quoted the new President, “TJ” Jones, of his intention, “to have more communications to the members and to inspire more camaraderie and increase social functions before, during and after tournaments.” He asked members to pitch in to accomplish the goals and for the continued success of MOGA. He is now asking members to volunteer to be on a call list to assist on special occasions/needs, e.g. tournaments, special events etc. If you can assist please call TJ at 602-909-5406 or e-mail him at TJ5557@msn.com for details.
Gentlemen, please help to take care of the course by filling your divots and not driving through the roped off areas.
The MOGA Board has determined, because of member feedback and in the best interests of the Association, to rescind the 10 Game Rule of Play.
The Club Championship was played on March 5, 12 and 19. First place was Peter Yoon: 68, 74, and 74 for 216; second place was Jerry Peterson: 76, 72, and 74, for 222; third was Del Schutes: 76, 75, 81 for 232. There were a total of 58 players. For all results go to www.mogagolf.com.
The annual Ironwood Wealth Management Tournament was held on Thursday, March 26. There were 20 four-person teams. The first place team was Doug Braun, Gary Leath, Blair Poitras and Ed O’Shaughnessy and they won a round of golf at the Arizona Grand Course. There were also several drawings for door prizes. Bob Lawson won the grand prize of a Taylor Made driver.
Be sure to mark your calendar for May 7 to play in the Beat the Pro (80 percent handicap) on the Palms-Sonoran.
May 11 is the scheduled closure of the Lakes Course for renovation and it will be closed until the latter part of October.
Please check the mogagolf.com website for all events, results and course rules.