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2017 Board of Directors Candidates

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)

For Board Nominee Profiles- Click MORE

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SHSM “Mason Cup” At Stake for Final Events

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. (See a previous article on Steve Here).

SHSM-MasonCupEach 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.

It is the 8th season of the 15-event SHSM “tour” for Shadow Hills senior Men, consisting of nine events at Shadow Hills and six away events. There are also bonus events at Sunriver and Bandon earlier this year, and multi-day trip to Portland August 22-24.  It’s not a league, but a “tour” so players and can join in for events that work for their schedule, just like the pros on the PGA tour.  This year,  the league had a record number of 58 players competing for the coveted “Mason Cup”.    The low $100 fee covered all events plus food for the finals.

For each “tour” event the top 25 players earn SHSM points.  The SHSM points are like the FedEx points on the PGA tour. As Steve explains,  “that way, many of us can think like we are like the “pros” on the PGA tour but for us “we don’t need the money” and simply enjoy competitive golf and make new friends!  Since friends are more important than money it adds a lot of value to our Shadow Hills membership.”

It is pretty evident why Steve is “the Commish.”

The FINAL EVENTS for the tour this year, are as follows:

  1. The two day trip to Portland Aug 22-24 to play reciprocal courses.
  2. The FINALS September 1 & 2.  Open to ALL Senior men…even if you aren’t an annual member – join in the fun for $50 for the finals and it will include competitive golf and food both days.   Light Hors d ’Oeuvres after day 1 and the awards steak dinner after day 2.

Those interested in joining us for the final events can contact “The Commish,” Steve Mason at: or contact the golf shop.  This group has been a great and without the 100% endorsement from the golf shop we would not be as successful.

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Murder Mystery Dinner Set


Saturday, February 27th, Cocktails at 6PM, Dinner and Murder Follow!

The Mystery takes place at the Canusa B&B,  in Burley-Line, Vermont.  This is an actual town that is bisected by the US/Canadian border.  Consequently, the border goes right through the dining room so half the guests will be in the US and the other half will be in Canada.

murdermystery-logoReginald Bullard of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police will be there to monitor the border.  Some time during dinner, the festivities will be disturbed by murder.  It will be up to the guests in the room to come up with “who done it” and why.  This will not be easy since nothing and no one is as they seem at the Canusa Bed and Breakfast.

An amazing Murder Mystery Meal will be served, following special cocktails. 

Cost is $27 per person – Space will be limited to 6-7 tables of 8 to accommodate the interrogations.
Contact Dave Hixson or the Dining Room to make your reservations!

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Jack and Jill Tournament Results


Another great event was won by some familiar names.  Perennial favorites, the Johnsons, took top honors, but there were loads of new faces on the rest of the leaderboard.

Click below for full results…
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Calendars At A Glance Now in Printable- Downloadable Format


The 2015 Golf and Social Calendars have been set, and we are happy to link them here for your viewing, downloading and printing!



Please be aware that these dates are all subject to change, so watch Shadow Hills Extra and the Newsletter for updates and changes if they happen!

DATES TO SAVE for our Shadow Hills Invitationals

Shadow Hills Country Club
Invitational Tournaments

Me & My Shadow
June 26 – June 28, 2015
Men’s Senior Classic
July 15-16 2015
Men’s Invitational
Aug 6 – 9 2015
Women’s Invitational
Aug 17 – 19 2015

Children’s Christmas Party December 10th – With Visit from Santa!


The Children’s Christmas Family is Wednesday, December 10th, from 6pm – 8 pm.  There will be food at 6:00 and Santa will be on hand at 6:30!  Join us for fun, treats and a great way to kick off the Holiday season!

Saturday December 13th – Two Ways To Have Holiday Fun!


Saturday December 13th offers two ways to have fun, and save some money! 

Family Gingerbread House Decorating Contest
On Saturday December 13th from 2pm-4pm bring the family to the lobby for a little holiday fun! We will provide the basics, including a gingerbread house kit, frosting, and lots of decorating accessories. You are encouraged to bring your own special items from home to make your house stand out!  Grand Prize winner will be selected and there is no charge to enter, but limited to the first 15 families. Jenny Shelton will be on hand to help direct the fun!

Ugly Holiday Sweater Contest Earns Pro Shop Discount
Come into the Pro Shop any time during the day on Saturday, December 13th, wearing your Ugliest Holiday Sweater, and have your picture taken for the contest. Entries will be posted here after the event, so everyone can enjoy your attire!

When you do, you will earn an additional 10% Off Anything in the Pro Shop!

Three prizes for the ugliest sweaters will be awarded.