By BRUCE MEADOWS
First Tee comes to Foxtail GC . . .
The First Tee program is being introduced at Foxtail with instructors Matt Anderson and Jason Schmuhl leading the way.
A six-week has already started with another six-week class set for the beginning of October.The program combines golf skills with life skills and is designed for kids 6-11. Equipment provided when needed
First Tee classes meet Wednesdays 4-5:30, with Anderson the lead instructor.
Registration is available at firstteenorthcoast.org or you can call 707-953-9008 for more information.
Did you lose a ball a VOM???
When the groundskeeping crew at Valley of the Moon GC recently cut down an old tree on the 7th hole, they were surprised to see a collection of golf balls, some pretty old ones.
Hard to say how far back some these balls may go although the Oakmont course was opened in the early 1960s.
32nd Annual Charity Tournament
Friday, Sept. 30, at Windsor GC
Sponsor a Hospitality Hole!
Become a Corporate Sponsor!
Join us and become a hero for Sonoma County Youth. Your support directly impacts youth in our community and provides them with opportunities to participate in programs like camp, water safety, early learning, and teen leadership!
Schedule of Events
11:00 AM: Registration Opens
11:00 AM – 12:30 PM: Lunch will be provided; driving range will open
12:45 PM: Shotgun Start; Hospitality Hole fun
5:30 PM: Cocktails; Raffle Drawing; Silent Auction Bidding
6:00 PM: Dinner (guests are welcome!); Recognition/Awards; Silent Auction
Limited space, all registration must be in no later than September 27.
$185 – Individual(after 9/2)
$680 – Foursome (after 9/2)
For more information, contact Michelle Head, Sonoma County YMCA: firstname.lastname@example.org or (707) 545-9622, x3120
Coming up . . .
Jason is moving on . . .
Windsor GC’s Jason Schmuhl fared quite well in the recent Senior PGA Section Championship at Del Rio CC in Modesto.
Jason, competing in his first senior section event, shot 3-under par over a two-day event, the only player in the field under par.
His efforts qualify him for the National Championship in New Mexico Oct. 13-16. That event is a qualifier for the Senior PGA Championship.
Good news for Jessica Reese Quayle
“Some of you might already know, but I have been selected LPGA Teacher of the Year for the Western Section.
“I am so honored and excited to accept this award, especially because it was peer nomination and selection. This is something that I have been working towards since I began teaching full time in 2007 and I am flattered that the LPGA has acknowledged my efforts.
“The LPGA Executive Committee will select the overall national award winner from among the 4 section award winners. The national winner will be announced in the coming weeks.
Keep your fingers crossed for me!”
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