IMGA News and Events

2022 IMGA Club Champions: Fred Swed, Super Senior 75 Champion; Peter Yoon, IMGA Club Champion; Don Noble, Super Senior 80 Club Champion

Mike Willinger

Congratulations to Peter Yoon who has become a back-to-back IMGA Club Champion. He completed this feat with a three-round score of 215, winning by just one stroke in a highly competitive final match.

Congratulations are extended to Bill Swed, the 2022 Super Senior 75 Champion, and to the unbeatable Don Noble, the 2022 Super Senior 80 Champion. Don has now won seven championships in a row—four in the Super Senior 75 and now three in the Super Senior 80. An incredible run.

First-Place Results by Flight of the Club Championship with Gross Score:

Club Championship:

Flight 1: Peter Yoon 215

Flight 2: Harry Johnson 239

Flight 3: Brady Serold 252

Super Senior 75:

Flight 1: Bill Swed 212

Flight 2: Howard Dielmann 235

Flight 3: Leon Hapka* 245

Super Senior 80:

Flight 1: Don Noble 218

Flight 2: Steve Schenk 240

Flight 3: Brad Littlefield 253

*Leon scored a hole-in-one on hole number 6 on the third day of the Championship.

More IMGA Winners:

March 15 1-2-3 (4 Man Team)

First place (AM): Bruce Wright, Dan Hewitt, Dennis Schepp, Gayle King

March 22 3 Best Ball (Net)

First place (AM): (tie) Wayne Karp, Robert Barnett, Jim Martin, Michael Kozak/Daniel Strandberg, Bob Royer, Jerry Newhaus, Don Milberger

Congratulations to Rich Popham who scored a hole-in-one on number 17.

April 5 Member/Member

(AM) – Flight 1: Ron Rogers and Peter Yoon, Flight 2: Joe D’Amore and Ronald Fager, Flight 3: Jim Flanagan and Larry Gagnon

(PM) – Flight 1: Dale Bassi and John Skoworn, Flight 2: Michael Kozak and Jim Ray

Club News:

Members have been asked to be aware of how they leave sand traps to ensure there are no unrepaired footprints before and after play. The local rule will allow a member to lift the ball from a footprint, groom the sand with a rake, and replace the ball in the same spot if necessary.

Dan Jonker, IMGA Treasurer, reports that IMGA is heading towards exceeding last year’s revenues substantially. The Member/Guest has contributed considerably towards that upside.

Another factor in an increase in revenue is that member sign-up for 2022 now stands at 250 players.

The board has undertaken a review of the club bylaws and is also considering a review of the local rules applied to the Ironwood course.