WOMEN’S SPRING KICK-OFF
Shadow Hills Women’s Club Annual Spring Kickoff is April 11. We invite social and golf members to participate. Check in will be from 8:30-9:00 in the banquet room. From 9-10 enjoy breakfast, a short meeting and golf clinic followed by a 9-hole scramble at 10:30. The cost for breakfast is $14+gratuity. Sign up in the locker room or on Fore-Tees.
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Women’s Golf Leagues Forming
Women’s 9-Hole and 18-Hole league play begins in April, and Twilight starts in May:
9 Hole – Tuesday April 11 9 AM
18 Hole – Wednesday April 18 8:30 AM
Twilight – Monday May 14 6 PM
Enrollment forms are available in the office, women’s locker room, and online by clicking on the link below. Cost is $40 per league and will be billed to your account – no more handling checks and cash. So fill out your form, drop off in the office or mail to the club Attn: Women’s Club Treasurer. And join the fun!
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One of the most active, fun, and diverse offerings at Shadow Hills, continues to be the Shadow Hills Senior Men’s Tour, created and run by “the Commish,” Steve Mason.
Each year, a large group of Shadow Hills Senior (50+ or those who will turn 50 this year) Men, participate in a “Fed-Ex Tour” style of events, with accumulated points being awarded to a leaderboard, which ultimately results in the awarding of the “Mason Cup” for the overall winner.
By Ron Willis – Men’s Handicap Chair
Golf Season (Score Posting) 2018:
I would like to take this time as we usher in the 2018 posting season; to re-introduce your Handicap Committee. The committee members are; Marilyn France (Women’s Handicap Chair), Carol O’Keefe (co-Chair), Ron Willis (men’s Handicap Chair), Steve Mason and Ron Crasilneck (co-Chairs).
It is the responsibility of the Handicap Committee to ensure the integrity and accuracy of all the handicaps of those golfers at Shadow Hills who play competitive golf. Two basic premises underlie the USGA Handicap System; each player will try to make the best score at every hole in every round and that player will post every acceptable round (nine or 18 holes) for peer review. By accomplishing these USGA objectives, our competitive play and events will be equitable and more enjoyable for all who play. In advance, we would like to thank you for your anticipated cooperation and support.
It is also the responsibility of the Handicap Committee to make available and post the Club’s Handicap Policies and Procedures. Our 2018 Handicap Policies and Procedures can be found on the bulletin board over the posting computer. Please contact us if you have any questions or concerns regarding handicaps or score posting. You may also email us at: email@example.com. All sensitive information received will be kept confidential.