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2017 Dec Home             
Fremont Park
An 8:30 shotgun start. Last event of
the year. Happy Holidays! Still just $45
for golf, pizza, and prizes.
2017 Nov Away               
Poppy Ridge
What can you say about PRidge that hasn't
already been said. It can be fun, hard, windy,
hot, peaceful and pretty any time of year.
Away tournament            
Spring Valley June 24
We just narrowly missed the 100+ temperatures but one team scoreched the field by
a minim 7 strokes. And there were a record number of skins won, 9 gross and 9 net.
It was also a little slow as we had an unusually late start time for this one.
Scores.
115 R. Utley / P. Utley / R. Spanggord / W. Schuring
122 R. Tynecki / G. Sherman / D. Cruz / D. Chang
Home tournament            
Fremont Park  July 8
It was hot. Not unbearable but pretty hot without the wind. And, we had a complete
field of co-ed teams. Scores ended up very close with 2 strokes separating the top 4
teams.
Click for scores
46 Pam Utley, Ron Utley, Bret Owens, Ronald Spanggord
47 George Dwyer, Max Rodriguez, Danielle Fernandez, Peter Zakel
Away tournament            
Sunnyvale Muni July 22
We played variable best-ball taking 1 score on par 5s, two on 4s, and three on par 3s.
That meant par 3s carried a lot of weight, good or bad. And four great scores on a par
5 didn't help as much. Or three scores could blow up on a par 5 and only one was
needed to save the hole.
See all the amazing scores
-29  F. Aguilar / M. Dooley / C. Serrano / F. Serrano
-22  V. Suen / P. Zakel / M. Morgan / R. Yott
Home tournament            
Fremont Park  August 11
We played a 4-person shamble with a little twist. We took 3 balls on par 3s. That can
make a huge difference on a course like ours. A close shot with a chance for a bird and
some teams went 5-6 under on a single hole.
Check out results
-26 Don Chang, Clint Anderson, Mike Wills, Al Scott
-19 John Jarvinen, Pamela Smith, Jeff Arlie, J D Smith
Away tournament            
Hiddenbrooke Aug 26
Just days after the Great North American Eclipse of 2017 people were wishing the
moon had come back for an encore. It was a day that set heat records in some areas
and was certainly hot in Vallejo. The bar started lining up ice water in anticipation of
those finishing the late day.
Click for team scores
-28  Max Rodriguez, George Dwyer, Theresa Fernandez, Danielle Fernandez
-26  Dusty Justice, Ken Justice, Russell Martin, Daren Vuong
Home tournament            
Fremont Park  Sept 9
It was a nice day...unfortunately, the course was again scortched by the 100 degree+
temps we had over the Labor Day weekend. We played two-person scramble. Scores
were varied but top results in each group were pretty close.
See the amazing lists
-13  Men A: Andy Wilson, Cory Troxclair    -5  Coed: Pamela Smith, J D Smith
-10  Men B: Paul Llewellyn, Pete OBrien
Away tournament            
Monterey Pines Sept 23
It wasn't a big turnout, but it sure was a load of fun. How bout those fighter jets that
took off right over our heads and shot out to sea so fast car alarms went off. We
played best net ball using 1 on par fives, 2 on fours and 3 on par threes. The greens
were very impressive and the weather was just perfect.
All Scores
113  Dave Lemert, Andrea Stewart, Vikram Pamarthi, Greg Burke
117  Ron Utley, Pam Utley, Cory Troxclair, Mickey Morgan
Home tournament            
Fremont Park  Oct 14
We have a new Club Champion. In fact, we have a few first-time winners. It was
Phil Murray with a 72 that won the gross score 2017 Club Championship.
Shawn Lane won the women's net by 4 strokes and Bret Owens had one of the best
net scores ever to win the Men's net.
See results
72  Gross: Phil Murray
54  Men Net: Brett Owens      57 Women Net: Shawn Lane
Away tournament            
Dublin Ranch Oct 28
We played Blind Draw two-person teams, net scores. It was a different Dublin Ranch
than we are used to playing in the early spring. The greens were much slower than
usual, especially for this time of year. And while we played the ball down, lies were
less than desirable if you left the fairway.
See the Dublin Mystery Spot
117 Pam Smith, Edward Boyea Jr
121 Don Chang, Guy Moy    124 J D Smith, Geoff Sherman
Home tournament            
Fremont Park  Oct 14
We played two-person team scramble matches so half the field won. Also everyone
won a raffle prize and feasted on pizza included with the entry fee. W
e enjoyed a
lucky break between rainy weather.
Click to see match results