Once again, it is time for our members to vote on the current slate of board candidates for the upcoming 2017 service year. During an election cycle like we are experiencing nationally, it is wonderful to know that our elections are orderly, respectful, and serve the greater good of the entire club community. However, just like the national elections, your voice won’t be heard unless you vote.
By now, you should have received your ballots in the mail. If not, please contact the office. Ballots are due back in the office by October 13th. You may bring them with you to the Annual Meeting on October 13th (7pm in the Ballroom)
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It is with a great sense of gratitude that the SHCC Women’s Club stages an annual “Employee Appreciation” party at the end of the season. This year’s party was held on Monday, Sept 20th, and the weather cooperated to make it a fun and rewarding event for all all who attended.
There were games of skill, games for fun, prize drawings and loads of food and beverages, with two lucky employees winning the “grand prizes” of $100 cash each!
The Women’s Club would like to thank all who donated to the prizes, as well as those who volunteered to help stage the event. Our employees work hard to keep the members happy, and the course and facility looking great all year. This is a small token of our gratitude for their efforts!
Click More to see the Winners- and Pictures from the Event!
Rookie SHSM senior tour player Shabbir Panni played two days of solid golf in the SHSM finials to finish 3rd place and win enough points to win the 2016 tour. Panni’s two day total of 4 under par earned him enough points to jump up into first place!
Richard Bloch won the final event with two days of great golf and an 8 under par score. Bloch moved up from 11th to finish 2nd on the tour. Panni played the last four holes in 2 under par net that included a spectacular natural birdie 2 on hole #16. He not only won a skin by being the only one to birdie the hole among 47 players but it helped leap him into first place. The race for the tour title was so close that if Panni was just one stroke higher over the two days Bloch would have pulled of the largest jump in finals day history and won the tour! John DeWille had a great season but failed to finish in the top 25 for the finals to earn any more points and finished 3rd place.