It was a “Winter Wonderland” at the 2022 Holiday Charity Luncheon Wednesday, December 7th. Christmas trees, seasonal quilt projects, snowflakes and snowy centerpieces decorated the ballroom. Nearly 90 Shadow Hills women and guests mingled as they listened to the Northside Clarinet Quartet play Christmas favorites.
This year the event was dedicated to the memory of Cindy Anderson, a long time Shadow Hills favorite of anyone who knew her. Betsy Ovitt presented the back-story to this lovely women telling how her closest friends rallied around her during her illness. Green Hill Humane Society was the obvious choice to be this year’s beneficiary representing Cindy’s love of animals and support of pet adoption. Cindy’s own dog, Buddy, a Green Hill rescue, was the guest of honor along with his new parents.
Attendees donated over $2500 through direct donations and the purchase of raffle tickets. Kudos again this year to the Shadow Hills quilting group for the amazing creations they donated.
The Hearts for Hospice resale “store” was able to collect $450 through sales and donations. Their participation is appreciated.
Amy and Rob Bennett funded all the desserts for a new event this year – The Dessert Dash! Although no running was involved it was fun for reps to chose a special dessert for their table. Thank you Bennett’s for your generosity.
And finally thank you to our amazing staff: Stacy and her team, Amy and the banquet crew and those behind the scenes that made this event a success.
CLICK BELOW FOR MORE PICS FROM THIS WONDERFUL EVENT!
Ho! Ho! Ho!
A record number of of families joined us for the annual Kid’s Christmas party this year, and Santa was here to cap the evening off!
Pictures were taken of those who visited Santa. You can find them by clicking the “read more” link below.
The Long-Term Planning Committee and the Membership Committee are seeking your input. The Membership Committee is tasked with acquiring and keeping members for the club, as well as determining member satisfaction. The Long-Term Planning Committee is tasked with making recommendations to the Board of Directors for capital improvements and projects that benefit the club and its members. These responsibilities require both committees to have one foot in the present by, maintaining the programs and facilities that meet our current member’s needs, and one foot in the future by planning for programs and facilities that will appeal to the next generation of members, keeping Shadow Hills a successful and viable operation well into the future.
The projects listed below illustrate our commitment to both the present and future. Some of these projects enhanced existing facilities to provide more efficient operation, while other projects provided amenities that will improve the long term operation of the facility.
An example of recent projects that have been completed include:
- Filbert Orchard (which will provide long term annual revenue)
- New cooler and storage facility to enhance banquet services
- Greenside bunker replacement and improvements
- On-going fairway bunker replacement project
- Lighting the trees along the Sovern entrance
- Security cameras for the facility
- Paving access roads and improvements to the cart barn
- Grounds maintenance equipment purchases
In the upcoming budget, we will be building a new bathroom on the back nine, as well as purchasing new mowers and other grounds maintenance equipment. In addition, there are countless smaller projects that are part of the maintenance of our facility, but do not fall under the purview of either committee.
However, larger projects often exceed available funding sources and require a longer-term plan to successfully design, develop and fund the project. The largest of these projects was the construction of the current clubhouse, completed in 2012. Planning for this project began in 2008-2009 after Membership Committee data indicated that the old clubhouse was a detriment in gaining new members and a continued decline in annual membership was likely to lead to a membership level that would not be capable of financial support of SHCC. The new facility is unquestionably the major component in the ongoing success of Shadow Hills.
At the present time, The Long-Range Planning Committee and the Finance Committee are looking at the prospect of replacing our existing golf course irrigation system. There is no indication of an eminent failure of the existing system, but the complexity and high cost of this project requires a multi-year plan to identify scope, costs and develop ways to pay for the project.
Before any planning is done, any budgets discussed, or any further discussion takes place, both committees are seeking the input of the membership regarding what is most important to the future of the club.
PLEASE NOTE. The following survey is NOT A VOTE on any item, but is merely a way to gauge the interest of our membership on possible directions for our future.
PLEASE CLICK THE LINK BELOW and TAKE THE SURVEY! YOUR INPUT IS IMPORTANT!
PLEASE RESPOND BY JANUARY 10th 2023. Print Copies are available in the office.
*** NOTE- BOTH MEMBERS OF FAMILY and FULL SOCIAL MEMBERSHIPS ARE ALLOWED TO RESPOND
YOU COULD WIN a $200 Golf Shop Gift Certificate for your participation (random drawing to be held)
The November 2022 edition of the SHCC Newsletter is ready to view or download!
In This Issue:
- Next Evolution of Shadow Hills Country Club Coming?
- Message from the General Manager
- Trivia From Our Board President
- Calendar of Events for Busy Holiday Season
As always, printed copies will be available in the office or lobby. You can also find Archived Previous Issues when clicking the link below.
CLICK THE LINK BELOW TO VIEW/DOWNLOAD this month’s issue of the newsletter.
Remember, it is password protected (same password/code as the locker rooms).
At the annual meeting, held October 20th, the new board members were announced. Each member will serve a three year term. Returning for a second term (only two concurrent terms allowed by the ByLaws) are our current President, Marilyn France, and Phil Burns. Elected to his first position on the Board was Chris Looney.
Thanks to all who ran, and all who serve the club with their time and commitment to making Shadow Hill our “home away from home.”
This was the first “live and in person” Annual Meeting held by the club since 2018. In an effort to share the information with as many of our members as possible, we are posting the video recap as well as the supporting documents for our members to see or download.
Thanks to all who came out in person, and the amazing management and staff that make Shadow Hills our “Home away from home!”
The committee reports are attached below as a .pdf
It was truly a “Family Effort” with her husband on the bag, and her Mom taking care of her two-year-old son. But, the great golf was all Krissy, as she became one of just a handful of players to win the Women’s Mid-Amateur Championship in their first try! The U.S. Mid-Am is a USGA event and one of the most prestigious amateur tournaments in the world. It is open to all amateur golfers age 25 and over.
Krissy advanced through the stroke play portion of the tournament and then won 6 matches to become the Champion.
Quoting from the story on the USGA website, “Krissy Carman will have plenty of stories, photos, articles and videos to share with her son in future years after Thursday’s 2-and-1 triumph over Aliea Clark in the 18-hole final of the 35th U.S. Women’s Mid-Amateur Championship, as she became the first mother to win this title since Ellen Port in 2011.”
It is rare to win, but even more rare to be a young Mom, who only recently returned to golf after discovering that her son, Conner, enjoyed being in a jogging stroller while Mom was walking and playing 18 holes.
We are excited at this amazing accomplishment, and even more excited to know that Shadow Hills was part of her story!
The annual Couple’s Classic was played on September 11th, 2022, under smoky skies that could have been brought about by hot scoring! Gross winners, Matt and Crissy Carman led the field with a 69, while perennial Senior Champs, Robb and Trish Johnson hit the top of the Senior Division with a 74. Net Champions for Regular and Seniors were Vinny and Ellie Tami, and Terry and Connie Green, respectively.
Click Below for FULL RESULTS
The Senior Men’s Group of Shadow Hills CC held an “Employee Appreciation” golf event, with SHSM members playing a scramble event with several of our Golf Shop and Outside Employee Staff members. It is a small token of appreciation for the great job they do all year to support the club, as well as the Senior Men’s group. We are blessed by the talented group of staff who make Shadow Hills an important part of our daily lives. This letter was posted by our “Commissioner” Steve Mason.
Hello Shadow Hills Senior Men and Staff,
We had an outstanding day to show our appreciation to the world class staff at Shadow Hills today. A full field of 40 golfers/10 teams (29 Seniors and 11 staff) enjoyed the friendly but competitive 9-hole scramble competition after a wonderful lunch outside. 14 Senior Men won golf shop credit from a prize pool of $335. The Seniors paid for the staff lunches plus the staff will split well over $1,300 in prize money generously donated by the Shadow Hills Senior Men.
Jeff Smith’s team had the best score of 29 (7 under par) and Jeff had both long drives. He will be well rewarded with a $250 check for his success and each Senior on his team will get $30 in golf shop credit. But I think what might be more important to Jeff is the bragging rights he will have for the next 12 months with the staff until we do this again. Everyone who participated today were the real winners with a great day of golf and fellowship!
Speaking on behalf of us seniors, we sincerely appreciate the wonderful work of our world class staff and greens crew. We are looking forward to 2023 for our 15th year of Senior Men’s golf at Shadow Hills!
Commish Steve Mason
Shadow Hills Senior Men’s Golf Commissioner
Full Results Posted Below
Another great year of Men’s League play has concluded, with two championship teams being crowned. The A League was hotly contested, with a mere half point separating first and second. The B League winners didn’t lose all year, and only posted one tie, giving them a substantial lead over the next two runners up.
The A League winners were- Onstad, Bokn, Malpass, Torkornoo, Fisher, Anderson, Thurn
The B League Winners were – Ingersoll, Hanley, Jensen, Crasilneck, Mitchell, Sullivan
Special thanks to all of the staff who work hard to make these competitive, full, leagues happen every week! From the pro shop, to the lounge staff that work late, long into the night, your efforts are much appreciated!
CLICK THE LINK BELOW FOR FULL RESULTS FOR BOTH LEAGUES!
The Shadow Hills CC Club Championships were decided over a 2-day tournament on August 27th-28th, under perfect weather conditions and some hot, low scoring.
Here are your 2022 Club Champions
from the Tournament Held August 27th – 28th
Men’s Club Champion – John Hardy
Men’s Senior Club Champion – Rob Johnson
Men’s Super Senior Club Champion – Jerry Johnston
Men’s Flighted Net Club Champion – Dan Pacetti
Women’s Club Champion – Krissy Carmen
Women’s Senior Club Champion – Leilani Norman
Women’s Senior Net Club Champion – Wendy Jensen
Women’s Super Senior Club Champion – Valerie Vernon
Women’s Super Senior Net Club Champion – Betsy Ovitt
Congratulations to All of the Winners!
FULL RESULTS AND PAYOUTS CAN BE FOUND BY CLICKING THE LINK BELOW
Another great year of Shadow Hills Crazy 8 events came to a conclusion with the annual Luau Event. As always, there were some great scores posted. However, it is the fun, camaraderie, and great food that makes these events “must do” slots on the event calendars!
Here are the results from this year’s event.
August 26th, 2022
1st – Bokn, Bennett, Jensen, Johnson 31 $200/team
2nd – Hardy, Kaiser, Stern, Burke 34 $160/team
3rd – Johnston, Reisbeck, Hill, Green, Kelty 34 $100/team
1st – Clay, Morris, Morris, Hebard 21.4 $200/team
2nd – Bloom, DeWalt, Stallings, Sorby 24 $160/team
3rd – Price, Kottass, Pruitt, Grover 26.1 $100/team
1st – Straube, Banks, Smith, Ohman 32 $200/team
2nd – VanVoorhiS, Bernhardt, Winder, Morgan 32 $160/team
3rd – Johnson, Stanridge, Haldeman, Lacey 33 $100/team
1st – Hayward, Larsen, Owen, Aldrich 25.8 $200/team
2nd – Pacetti, Hayes, Larsen, Tami 26.1 $160/team
3rd – Eaker, Larson, Finley, Sprage 27 $100/team
#4- Tricia Johnson #12- Jeff Sprage
#8- Barry Bokn #16- Pam VanVoorhis
Another amazing tournament, this year held in almost record heat (again??), with some great golf being played!
There were a number of new names at the top of the leaderboards, both gross and net!
Click the link below for full results!
Couples String Tourney – July 24, 2022
1st– John & Laura Hardy 58 $110.00 per couple
t2nd– Barry & Shawn Bokn 59 $95.00
Randy Miles & Tamra Johns 59 $95.00
4th– Rob & Tricia Johnson 60 $80.00
5th– Indar & Heidi Bhan 61 $70.00
6th– Mark & Kara Holmes
t7th– Matt & Hollan McLaughlin 63 $30.00
Jim & Sandy Abrahamson 63 $30.00
Randy & Evelyn Hill 63
#4 – Shawn Bokn
#8 – Krissy Carman
#12 – Tracy Holland
#16 – Mark Holmes
1st Gross: Johnson, Raffin, Owen, Abrahamson, Hoover 32 $160/team
2nd Gross: Johnston, Martin, Reisbeck, Hill, Green 33 $140
3rd Gross: Souza, Whalen, Bokn, Upward, Souza 34 $100
1st Net: Straube, Banks, Straube, Smith 24.8 $160/team
2ndNet: Walworth, Albin, Looney, Jennings, Tronrud 26 $140
3rd Net: Pacetti, Hayes, Larsen
1st Gross: Holmes, Hall, Read, Kraus, Haratyk 32 $160/tea
2ndGross: Dellinger, Bernhardt, Rauch, VanVoorhis 34 $140
3rd Gross: Johnson, Haldeman, Ferry, Hooten 35 $100
1st Net: Holland, Fox, Kessler, Fox, Paulson 24.8 $160/team
2ndNet: Looney, Prehm, Alcorn 25 $140
3rd Net: Brown, Long, Flesururas, Christensen
#4 – Tricia Johnson
#12 – Mike Fox
Closest to the Cow-
#1- Bill Kottas
#11- Connie Haratyk
Congratulations to all who played in the Senior Member Guest tournament! It was a success for all who participated (even more so for those at the top of the leaderboard!)
Randy Fisher and Ron Crasilneck, and their guests took home First Gross and Net Overall winner prize money. But the two-day tournament produced a number of prize winners, in a variety of categories.
CLICK THE LINK BELOW TO SEE THE FULL RESULTS
Kids and Grandkids have loads of sports and activities that they can do these days.
But, almost no other sport is one that they can play for a lifetime (or with their parents and grandparents!).
The Shadow Hills Junior Golf Camp is the perfect way to introduce your family to a lifetime of golf!
The Shadow Hills annual Junior Camp for children 5-17 years of age is on our schedule for Monday-Wednesday, July 25th -27th.
- Kids ages 5-9 will gather from 8:00am to 10:00am(check in at 7:30am) on Monday and Tuesday
- Older golfers aged 10-17 get together from 10:00am to 12:00pm (check in at 9:30am). Please check in for your session on the half hour prior to camp each day.
- On Wednesday July 27th, all participants are involved in camp from 9am till 11:00 (check-in at 8:30) and then we adjourn to the pool area for a pool party and BBQ.
Cost per camper is $100 and you can sign your child or grandchild up in the golf shop.
There is still room for teams for the upcoming Crazy 8 Western Days, on Friday July 22nd. This is one of the “don’t miss events” and includes a scramble format 9-hole, team golf (4 couples per team), as well as a post-golf Buffet Dinner with loads of added entertainment.
Get your Cowboy/Cowgirl garb together (no shootin’ or branding irons please), and join the fun!
Just $25 per person. Contact the Pro Shop to sign up! If you need to join a team, or have openings in your team, let the Pro Shop know, and they will hook you up!
An amazingly clear and warm weekend greeted the golfers playing in this year’s Me and My Shadow event at Shadow Hills. Some low rounds, on a beautifully manicured greens, produced a list of winners with some News Names at the top of the leaderboard!
Congratulations to the Overall Gross Champions Scott Wiley and Tara Hanna
Overall Net Champions Dave Dowling and Misty Quimby!
Also congratulations to our members who won their respective flights: Rob and Tricia Johnson- A Flight Gross Champion
Barry and Shawn Bokn- A Flight Net Champion
Mike and Linda Fox- B Flight Gross Champion
Tom and Melinda Rauch- C Flight Net Champion
CLICK BELOW FOR THE FULL LIST OF RESULTS and PAYOUTS!
The list of big name pros who didn’t make the cut at this year’s US Open is huge, and surprising! (Mickelson, Kim, Na, Furyk & Garcia to name a few).
But the WINNERS of the Shadow Hills US Open Day had some familiar faces, as well as some new-comers!
CLICK BELOW FOR FULL RESULTS!
A View from “Inside the Ropes” – Colin Inglis Insight from Playing In a Major PGA Tournament- Extended
Playing in a PGA Major tournament event, as a working club assistant pro, with a family to raise, and limited practice time, is tantamount to being a “local hero,” nightclub band, guitar player, and then being asked to share the stage in an arena concert with the Rolling Stones. Exciting, fun, and terrifying don’t begin to explain the range of emotions that even the best club golf pros would experience. But our own Assistant Golf Pro, Colin Inglis had that very opportunity, by earning a slot in the recent PGA Player’s Championship, in Tulsa, Oklahoma.
I have known Colin since his days in High School. To say that he is “super competitive” would be an understatement of epic proportions. So, he wasn’t pleased with his final scores, even though a huge range of very well-known, long-time tour pros also had similar scores below the cut line. Kim, Poulter, Westwood, Stenson, Johnson, Yang, Garcia, Scott, Cantaly, and Harrington, are just a handful of tour professionals who also didn’t make the cut to “play on the weekend.”
But, this article isn’t about the outcome, it’s about the experience. One that none of us SHCC member-golfers could ever imagine. What follows is a short list of experiences related to me in a casual conversation upon his return to “normal life.”
See Full Interview Below
CRAZY “8″ RESULTS – May 27th , 2022
1st Gross: Fox, Dickey, Holland
2nd Gross: Owen, Hoover, Hadley, Jennings, Smith (34) $80
3rd Gross: Eaker, Larsen, Obermire
1st Net: Rauch, Souza, Carter, Kauble (24.6) $100/team
2nd Net: Wilcox, Strange, Littlefield, Wicks, Wooley (25.3) $80
3rd Net: Layton, Unfried, Plakos, Anderson (25.8) $60
1st Gross: Bokn, Bennett, Johnson, Dowling (33) $100/team
2nd Gross: McLaughlin, Hardy, Greeley, Vernon, Rose (35) $80
3rd Gross: Hart, Stringer, Wiley, Wiley
1st Net: Olsen, Thomson, Snook, Uhlemann, Hammatt (25) $100/team
2nd Net: Prehm, Looney, Bivens, Tommack (25.1) $80
3rd Net: Pacetti, Hayes, Larsen, Heidt (
#4 – Linda Fox
#8 – Joe Dickey
#12 – Dave Dowling
#16 – SPORTSMANSHIP AWARD – ROSS SOUZA
1st – Randy Fisher & Skyler Johnson (59) $80/ team
2nd– Justin Ruddiman & Rob Johnson (63) $70
3rd – Bill Danielson & Kenny Weeks (64) $60
T-4th Joshua Gillock & Mike Swanzy (65) $45
Scott Hoffine & Ben Janes (65) $45
1st – Rod Souza & Steve Upward (61) $80/ team
2nd– Jason Thomson & Jim Olsen (62) $70
T-3rd Lee Moody & Bob Reisbeck (63) $50
Terry Green & Garrett Green (63) $50
John Jensen & Gordon Groshong (63) $50
4th Hole Ben Janes $20
8th Hole Steve Gaughan $20
12th Hole Justin Ruddiman $20
16th Hole Mitchell Morgan $20
Shadow Hills – 2022 Jack and Jill – Results
1st- Mitchell & Krissy Carman 73
2nd- Rob & Tricia Johnson 74
3rd- Jim & Sandy Abrahamson
T4th- James & Suzi Wiley 85
T4th- Barry & Shawn Bokn 85
1st- Don & Florence Hadley 64
T2nd- Bob & Kerrie Reisbeck 69
T2nd- John & Kelly Pruitt 69
T2nd- John & Wendy Jensen 69
#4- Randy Hill
#8- Wendy Jensen
The Shadow Hills Senior Men’s group has updated their 2022 Event Calendar with some new additions to the schedule. Some of these events earn points toward the coveted “Mason Cup,” while others are just traveling events to promote fun and camaraderie!
It’s never to late to join (as long as you meet the age requirement). It’s a great way to meet other members!
Welcome to Our New Course Superintendent
Eric’s professional experience also includes time at California Golf Club and Chambers Bay. We are excited to have Eric join the team here at Shadow Hills and believe he will be a great fit with the staff and membership. He will begin in early May.
Eric will no doubt continue the great legacy of work and course improvements done by our previous Course Superintendent, and new Gm, Ryan Wyckoff.
Look for a more expansive introduction article on Eric in June’s Newsletter and here on ShadowHillsExtra.com.
An overflow crowd attended Dave and Jenny’s retirement reception on April 3rd, to recap an overwhelmingly successful 16 years of service to Shadow Hills CC.
Starting off with an introduction by current Board President, Marilyn France, it was officially MC’d by longtime board President and committee member, Jim Creech. After several brief stories about Dave and Jenny’s work at Shadow Hills, the event was turned over to Patric Miller, who presented a “History of the Shelton Era” video (see link below).
Following the video, several members spoke of their gratitude, and personal stories of Jenny’s helpfulness and creativity, as well as Dave’s dedication to making significant changes to Shadow Hills that will last for generations to come. And before Dave gave his closing remarks, new General Manager Ryan Wyckoff voiced his appreciation for working with Dave, as well as his beliefs that the club will continue to improve on the legacy that Dave and Jenny created.
Several, “Thank you gifts” were presented; by the board (a generous bonus check), several of the GMs who worked with Dave (a signed Aaron Rodgers Superbowl MVP Jersey) and a gift certificate for Jenny to Gray’s Gardens, a well as a signed SHCC flag from the staff, and a framed Register Guard article from Jim Hukill, from the huge interview done when the new clubhouse opened.
It was a wonderful day, with gratitude, laughs, and a few tears abounding.
We all wish Dave and Jenny success in their “newly retired” state, and look forward to seeing them on the course, as members!
CLICK BELOW for the Video and the PowerPoint presentation.
Greetings to all members of Shadow Hills Country Club,
After an extensive search process, beginning in December, with a large number of qualified applicants, it was decided that the best fit for the future of our club was our very own, Ryan Wyckoff!
Ryan’s extensive resume, his exemplary staff management, intimate knowledge of our grounds and facilities, and overall love of Shadow Hills, makes him the perfect person to guide us into the next chapter.
We congratulate Ryan and thank all those who worked hard to make this decision. We look forward to this exciting new transition!
Does your child play one or more sports?
Do they have dreams of Division 1 competition?
Need a winter fitness program to prepare for 2022?
Junior Athletic Fitness Program
● 15 sport-specific exercises w/ video
● Four (4) 30 min lessons with a TPI certified Junior 3 athletic professional.
● Pre-event warm-up to maximize athletic achievement and longevity.
The key in maximizing your child’s athletic potential is to improve their ability in the push,
pull, squat, jump and rotational movements. With this, you can generate speed, power and
explosiveness in all directions. This is what it takes to succeed in school sports today.
The great news: You can ensure a better chance of their success for $199.
The first 5 Members to call will receive a free Power Food Template! ($75 value)
FOR FULL INFORMATION and SIGN UP CLICK BELOW
THIS IS THE LAST “WEEKLY NEWS YOU NEED TO KNOW!”
IF YOU HAVEN’T REGISTERED FOR CLUBSTER YET…DO IT TODAY!
REGISTER WITH CLUBSTER For Upcoming Changes to News You Need
THIS IS YOUR FINAL WARNING…IF YOU DON’T REGISTER WITH CLUBSTER, YOU WILL BE MISSING IMPORTANT CLUB INFORMATION.
- All notices, calendars and event info, will be posted and handled by the CLUBSTER App.
- It will be possible to log on through your desktop, or padular devices, as well as your smart phones.
- In addition, we will also be moving toward online Restaurant Reservations around that same time.
- You Should Have Received an Email With Your Invitation to Register This Week!
If you need help getting signed up, Contact Melanie.
On Wednesday, December 8th, the generous women of Shadow Hills opened up their purses and checkbooks for this year’s beneficiary, Every Child Lane County.
The Quilters offered a variety beautiful items for the raffle, and members and Shadow Hills donated wine for the wine grab. Along with direct donations we were able to raise $2,345 in about two hours for our deserving children in Foster Care.
Our 80 attendees enjoyed a fabulous lunch and special music provided by Lori Reynolds great- niece and her keyboard accompanist. Hearts for Hospice was there, too, with fabulous items from their retail store in Springfield. Purchases and direct donations brought them $471. A Great seasonal function for the women of Shadow Hills and a blessing for our charities.
Thank you all including the amazing staff at Shadow Hills.
Sue GraVette, Event Chair with, hardworking committee members: Amy Bennett, Shawn Bokn, Michelle Kottas and Lori Reynolds.
Click Below For PICS from this event!
The kids of Shadow Hills got a visit from the “Jolly Old Elf” himself, on Wednesday, December 2nd. Great fun was had by all, with Santa giving out special treats to all who braved (and some who didn’t) sharing their Christmas wishes with him!
Click Below to See/Download the shots we captured!
August was full of great golf, with opportunities for every level of golfer expertise!
A full field played in the Men’s Invitational under hot skies, with accompanying scorching low scores. Some very familiar faces were in the winner’s circle, with some newcomers adding to the fun.
Not to be outdone, The Women’s Invitational was marked with loads of fun activities, and some extremely competitive golf results!
The Crazy 8 Luau is the most popular Social Golf events of the year, and Covid did nothing to slow down the fun!
And finally, the recently completed SHCC CLUB CHAMPIONSHIPS provided some surprises, along with some familiar winners!
Men’s Club Champion – Scott Wiley
Men’s Senior Club Champion – Tom Onstad
Men’s Super Senior Club Champion – Randy Hill
Men’s Flighted Net Club Champion – Lance Jester
Women’s Club Champion – Carla Glasgow
Women’s Senior Club Champion – Wendy Jensen
Women’s Senior Net Club Champion – Lori Reynolds
Women’s Super Senior Club Champion – Carolyn Townsend
Women’s Super Senior Net Club Champion – Lois Kingsford
1st – Bob Holloway & Leilani Norman 74 $80/team
2nd – Barry & Shawn Bokn
3rd – Gary & Amy Newport 81 $60
4th – Randy & Evelyn Hill 82 $50
1st – Terry & Connie Green
2nd – Jason & Lonisa Hall 62 $70
3rd – Jim & Kaylynn Olsen 64 $60
4th – Mike Fox & Ashley Fox 65 $50
#8 – Bill Kottas $20
#12 – Ashley Fox $20
Men’s Spring Opener
April 18th, 2021
2 Man Scramble
t1. Joshua Gillock/Randy Fisher 63 $90.00 team
Jeremy Haldeman/Mike Parks 63 $90.00
3. Barry Bokn/Mark Holmes 64 $75.00
4. Mike Jernberg/Kenny Weeks 66 $65.00
5. Ed Southerland/Chip Southerland 67 $50.00
(Won by Scorecard Playoff)
1. Steve Gaughan/Bob Brass 60 $100.00/team
2. Dan Hayes/Tony Selby 63 $80.00
3. Nathan Albro/Giles Looney 64 $75.00
t4. Bill Ingersol/Rufus Hanley 65 $38.00
Mitchell Morgan/Cal Morgan 65 $38.00
Cole Bertoch/Kyle Hauser 65 $38.00
KP’s $15.00 ea
#4- Albert Bruno
#8- Bob Brass
#12- Jeff Fiser
#16- Eric Heidt
These videos are a great place to start (and be reminded) of some of the basics of golfing at Shadow Hills CC! They cover some of the most important aspects of Pace of Play, Course Stewardship, Cart Restrictions, and how to get signed up for ForeTees.
Video Number One for New (and Old) SHCC Members to learn the basics of Golfing at Shadow Hills Country Club.
1. Signing Up for a Tee Time
2. Signing Up for ForeTees
3. Checking In to the Pro Shop
4. Starting Your Round
5. Pace of Play
New Member Video PART TWO of a series of introductions videos for new and old members at Shadow Hill Country Club.
Included in this video:
1. Cart Path Rules
2. Course Care
In light of increased reports of Covid-19 cases in Lane County, as well as across the state, and the nation, it is important to understand our role in keeping our staff and members safe. It is also important to understand the role that our County plays in tracing and reporting cases that may be associated with members and staff. The following procedures are to be followed in the event of a reported case at SHCC.
- Lane County is responsible for all contact tracing for those living within the county. If a case is reported, it may include club members as part of this tracing for someone who tests positive for Covid-19. The club is informed if this happens.
- Individual members who test positive are automatically reported to Lane County Health, and contact tracing begins, alerting others who may have been exposed.
- Lane County will call SHCC for recommended actions involving the report, but unless an employee shows symptoms and tests positive, the case remains private between the member and Lane County.
- All information regarding contact tracing, isolation and recommended procedures between members are private and confidential.
- If an employee is identified for testing positive, further actions may be taken by the General Manager and Board of Directors, to isolate or shut down aspects of SHCC operations.
- For more information on Lane County Contact Tracing- CLICK HERE
It is important to note, that the safety of our Members and Staff is paramount. However, all members and staff must do their part to follow the guidelines and restrictions set by Lane County and the State of Oregon, as well as the policies set by SHCC.
- Masks are to be worn indoors, including locker rooms, club house, Pro Shop, or any other area where social distancing is difficult to manage.
- Reservations are required for ALL DINING, as an aid in contract tracing. This includes indoor and outdoor dining.
- Use Common Sense with clusters of people. You are only as safe as the people you trust to be safe around you.
After rescheduling twice due to Covid/Weather/Fires and anything else 2020 could throw at us, the Shadow Hills CC Couple’s Classic Championship was finally played on Sunday, 9/20 (take that 2020!).
Bruce and Cheyenne Burbank took the overall Couples Club Champion Honors, with Rob and Tricia Johnson claiming the “Senior Club Champions” title.
The weather was almost perfect (if you don’t mind a bit of smoke with your air), and some great, low scores were posted.
CLICK BELOW FOR FULL RESULTS
They came, they gathered, they social distanced, played and were fed. And in the end, another entertaining “Covid-Altered” golf event was held at Shadow Hills.
From all reports, everyone had a blast, and came away well-fed by the feast put on by our restaurant staff. While there was no after dinner dancing or organized entertainment (some would say trying to eat with masks is entertainment enough), there was a lot of fun golf played, with new and old faces on the winner’s leader-board.
Click the link below for Full Results! (all winnings will be posted to your account books for golf shop credit).
Another great year of competition was completed over the weekend, with a roster of winners that is representational of the new growth in our club. New names, along with some familiar names topped the leader board in both gross and net winner positions.
1st Gross Championship Division – Skyler Johnson
1st Flighted Division- Dylan Lewis
1st Senior Division Gross- Tom Onstad
1st Senior Division Net- Bill Lange
1st Super Senior Division Gross – Randy Hill
1st Super Senior Division Net – Kwang Choi
Women Stroke Play Results
Champion – Carla Glasgow
Senior Division – Tricia Johnson
Super Senior – Leilani Norman
Flighted Division Net – Cindy Anderson
Click the link below for the full results