The 43rd season got underway at the Cedar Glen Golf Course last Thursday, April 16, when the first men’s night play got underway.
Although not a big field, the weather was nice for the first men’s night which was won by Kurtis Barkley with a 35 in A flight. Greg VanDellan got the nod for the A flight low net award.
In B flight, it was Lawrence Larocque with the win with a 41, while Sandy Jonhston led C flight with a 45. Low net in C flight was won by Peter Elliott.
Ladies nights will start tonight, April 22 and the men will be back in action Thursday, April 23. Tee-offs begin for both at 3 p.m.
The course is drying up nicely and some warm rains forecast on and off for the rest of the week will help get things growing and greening. Work continues on the new tee on number two, which, when put in play is going to make for a much different drive for the men. The greens weathered the cold winter well and also are in need of some warm weather and rain.
The clubhouse is open daily to welcome all members back, so drop by for a game and/or visit. Memberships can be paid at the clubhouse.
Coming up in May, for those of you who are finding your game a bit rusty, there are three planned afternoon/evening golf clinics with CPGA pro Phil Rankin.
The one-hour Clinics are scheduled for Wednesdays, May 6, 13, 20 with maximum groups of eight. Women can sign up at $20 per hour, from 4-5 or 5-6 p.m. and the junior clinics will run from 6 – 7 p.m. on each of the nights. Cost for the juniors is $10.