More Mobile Friendly with Updated Info
A newly revamped and updated web site has gone live as of January 1st, with a great number of changes, updates and improvements. With more and more of our members and prospective members switching to mobile devices (cell phones and pads) for their information, it was imperative that we made changes to the responsive nature of how our information is displayed. “Responsive programming” means that the site code recognizes the device you are using to view the site, and serves up a version that is best suited for that device.
The Desktop version has a similar look and feel to the old site, but utilizes more video, and organizes with drop-down menus that offer wider information than the core information pages.
The Mobile Version of the site offers a reduced navigation, with the same information as the desktop site, but with smaller sizes and a scroll-able layout.
Key “Quick Function” buttons are included on both front pages to allow members and potential members a “one click access” to the most frequently visited pages.
On both the Desktop and Mobile Versions you will find “Quick Links” to “Members Log In (member statements and info),” ForeTees, Contact Info, and Shadow Hills Extra for other member/event content.
The site will continue to evolve over the next month to include a video fly-over tour of the course and facility, as well as header graphics that change with the seasons.
The Site Address Remains the Same- www.shadowhillscc.org
However, you may need to refresh your browser to see the new content (and kill the cached version on your device).
Christmas came early for a “full to capacity” crowd during the annual Shadow Hills Kids’s Christmas Party. A sumptuous “Breakfast for Dinner” meal was served, with a huge variety of kid activities, games and holiday cheer.
But, as usual, the highlight of the evening was a visit from Santa Claus, and the chance for the kids to let the Jolly Old Elf know what they wanted for Christmas. Each child received a special gift along with their chance on Santa’s knee!
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by Carolyn Townsend
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by Carolyn Townsend
Shadow Hills women gathered for our Annual Meeting & Awards Lunch on Wednesday, November 7th. We met the 2018 Women’s Board of Directors, elected the 2019 Officers, and recognized all of this year’s award winners.
Over 50 different awards were presented. Congratulations to all of the award winners!
Board Election Slate of Candidates Announced
Watch your mailbox (snail mail) for the slate of candidates and ballots for this year’s SHCC Board Elections. This is your chance to help shape the future of the club, so please vote! For results and more
club information, plan on attending the Annual Meeting on Oct. 11th.
The 2019 Candidates are Barry Bokn, Ross Bottem, Phil Burns, Brian Eaker, John Jensen, Kenny Martin, and Lori Reynolds.
Click the link below to view the full Candidate Bios
In what has turned out to be the most popular golf/social event for 2018, the Luau had more than 240 participants this year! The best part of the Crazy 8 scramble format, is that it brings together loads of couples who may not play together regularly, for an evening of fun, loose competition, and unforeseen results!
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With a change in format this year, the Club Championships were compressed into a stroke-play competition that allowed some new faces, as well as some familiar, to take honors in this year’s Shadow Hills Country Club Championship competition.
In the Championship Division, Tim Calhoun (148) took Low Gross honors, with Jeff Croissant claiming Low Net (144). Senior Division winner was Rob Johnson for low Gross (150) and Bill Lang was the Low Net winner (136). Bob Holloway outlasted the Super Senior field to win low gross (151) with Don Richardson claiming the Super Senior Net prize (134).
Carla Glasgow was the overall Gross winner of the Women’s Championship division (157), with Tricia Johnson winning the Women’s Senior Division (160). Super Senior Women Winner was Carolyn Townsend (160).
Full Results Can Be Found By Clicking the Link Below