Niners July golf results

Jim Wegman

Wow, the heat is on here in Sun Lakes, but that has not kept our golfers away from our Friday play-days.

Winners: 7/07/17 Low Net Lakes. Flight A: 1st Jerry Richards, 2nd Bob Pender, 3rd Paul Bobko, 4th Phil Hotchkiss, 5th (tie) Ed Allen, Bruce McCorkle; Flight. B: 1st (tie) Dennis Clark, John Gaudioso, 3rd (tie) Joe Lombardo, Bill Whitely, 5th Marvin Carmickle; Flight C: 1st (tie) Peter Gerdik, Gary Nessel, 3rd Mike Stewart, 4th (3-way tie) Len Dolins, Norm Noble, Carl Schell; Closest-to-the Pin Honors: No. 2 Phil Hotchkiss, No. 6 Ed Allen

7/14 Best Balls Par 3-4-5 Palms. 1st Dennis Manz, Bob Hiller, Mike Osborn, Rich Funk; 2nd Ed Allen, Lee Boudreaux, Jim Theobald, Tom Thibodeau; 3rd Bob Pender, Joe Lombardo, Mike Stegina, Jim Wegman; 4th (3-way tie) Lloyd Schaeffer, Len Dolins, Mike Stewart, Jerry Vickery, Peter Gerdik, Bruce Henderson, Jordy Primack and Bill Pender, Dennis Clark, Larry Stadler; Closest-to-the-Pin Honors: No. 4 and No. 7 Dennis Clark

7/21 Fewest Putts Lakes. Flight A: 1st Ed Allen, 2nd Bob Pender, 3rd (tie) Lee Boudreaux, Jerry Richards, 5th (tie) Bill Pender, Lloyd Schaeffer; Flight B: 1st Norm Noble, 2nd Dennis Clark, 3rd Jody Primacy, 4th (tie) Paul Bopko, Bill Whitely, 6th (tie) Jim Janowski, Joe Lombardo; Flight C: 1st Jim Wegman, 2nd Len Dolins, 3rd Mike Stegina, 4th Rich Funk, 5th (tie) Carl Schell, Dave Peters; Closest-to-the-Pin Honors: No. 2 Ed Allen, No. 6 Paul Bopko

7/28 Low Net Palms. Flight A: 1st (tie) Bill Pender, Jerry Vickery, 3rd Ed Allen, 4th (3-way tie) Lee Boudreaux, Dennis Manz, Lloyd Schaeffer; Flight B: 1st Pat O’Connell, 2nd (3-way tie) Dennis Clark, David Mork, Bill Whitely, 5th (tie) Mike Stegina, Jim Wegman; Flight C: 1st Renny Vowell, 2nd Dave Peters, 3rd (3-way tie) Len Dolins, Gary Nessel, Carl Schell, 6th Jim Theobald; Closest-to-the-Pin Honors: No. 4 Mike Stegina, No. 7 Jerry Vickery

The standard arrival time for a golf game is generally held to be 15 minutes prior to your tee time. We currently have a shotgun start at 7:00 a.m., so we would expect our players to arrive at about 6:45 a.m. This provides enough time to check in, get in a short practice period and resolve any hole changes caused by late cancellations, “no shows” or unscheduled golfers asking to be accommodated for the day’s play. Arriving two or three minutes prior to the shotgun time and causing a late start is inconsiderate of your fellow golfers. Ideally, all golfers should be at their carts just prior to 7:00 a.m. and ready to leave as the starter releases the group. Most of the members understand this and respect the etiquette involved. If you find that you cannot be ready to leave the lot at 7:00 a.m. or require additional time to prepare for the round, consider arriving earlier. And, if there is a last-minute emergency and you are not able to play, contact the pro shop desk and notify the staff.