From: Allyn TAYLOR <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: Friday, August 21, 2020 at 11:02 AM
We finished up our TOC championship for the club and I am pleased to announce the following results:
Club Champion with a total gross score of 151 is MICHELE TSUI
1st Flight winner with a total net score of 113 is PAT SEAWELL. The Runner Up is Jan O'Flaherty with a net score of 118
2nd Flight winner with a total net score of 119 is LYNN PIERON. The Runner Up is Connie Duncan.
3rd Flight winner with a total net score of 116 is NANCY MANCINI.
Congrats to all. In the event that a flight winner is unable to attend the TOC event the runner up, if one, is allowed to go in her stead.
I will be sending further information about TOC to the winners, for now you may sit on your laurels!!
New Name-New Game: Mix It Up Invitational
Saturday, August 5, 8:00 am shotgun.
Let’s call this the Mix It Up Invitational! All three Stanford Golf Clubs can play: Men’s Club, and both the 18-Hole and 9-Hole Women’s Clubs.
Format: It’s a low key event- just a simple get together to play golf with friends and have fun. No tournament fees, no prizes, pay for a cart if you want one, no-host drinks or lunch after play.
Make your own foursome: 2 members + 2 guests. Traditionally, this event is foursomes that include both Men and Women. However, if that absolutely doesn’t work for you, pull together a foursome of women or men, 2 members and 2 guests, preferred. Make up your own game for your foursome…or just play for fun.
For Golf Course Members, this is a chance to bring a guest for free…a perk for being a Member. Of course Daily Fee Members are welcome. They may pair up and invite guests, but they must pay green fees for themselves and their guests. A Golf Course Member can invite a Daily Fee Member as a guest. In that case, the Daily Fee Member doesn’t have to pay green fees.
To sign up, go to http://stanfordgolf18w.org and click on the Mix It Up Invitational link.
Questions: contact Mary Jo Colton at email@example.com
We played 9 holes on a perfect day at the golf course today July 6th. Linda Collier put the tournament together and called it Christmas in July. She gave us an extremely bright red golf ball to rotate through the group and bring back to her at the end of our 9 hole play. Only 2 groups were able to get through the all the holes without loosing the ball. It was a lot of fun! This is Diane Feldman on the 18th hole. Her group still had the ball.