Link to Owner Dr. Robert B. Pamplin Jr.



Both the Chapman No. 4 and Club Championship are coming up in July and August, respectively.

MARK YOUR CALENDAR: Chapman #4: Sign up July 7 to July 27. Play Aug. 2 with two-man partners. Sign up until July 7 with play set for July 14 and 16.

Club Championship: Sign up July 21 through Aug. 12. Play is Aug. 18 and 20. Member Guest: Cancelled.

PROPOSED AMENDMENT TO SMGC BYLAWS: Has been posted on bulletin board in lounge. Please check it out.

CHAPMAN #2 JUNE 3: 1. Low Gross: 1st Tori Gallagher and Buzz Smith. 2nd Wendy Pfeifer and Bob Smith. Low Net: 1st Sharon Stoesser and Tom Maguire. 2nd Robin Nash and Mel Scott. Couples KP #4 AM Janice Beck and Del Jordan. 2nd Robin Nash and Mel Scott. #6 1st Debbie and Rich Cruse. 2nd Morag Abbott and Doug Blair. Long Putt #8 1st Marja and John Gillan. 2nd Linda McCall and Joe Massaro. Men's KP #7 1st Buzz Smith. 2nd Dennis Brosowske. Ladies KP #9: 1st Marja Gillan. 2nd Janice Meek.KP #2 Women: Joan Carter. Men: Ken Miller. Additional Awards: 57 for low nets, 20 for inside the circle, and 29 for on the green.

CONGRATS TO MARJA GILLAN: Marja got a hole-in-one on #9 during the Chapman, using a pitching wedge from 82 yards. As they say in Scotland: Way tae gang.

SPRING MATCH PLAY RESULTS (Top 2): 32 players started off in two flights, and neither rain nor the gloom of day kept these players from swift completion of their appointed rounds. A Flight: Winner Bill Miller. 2nd Ron Reeves. 3rd Bob Smith. 4th Ken Rose. A Flight Consolation: Winner John Knudson-Martin. 2nd Steve Blake. 3rd Mel Scott. 4th Joe Massaro. B Flight: Winner Bill Kuyper. 2nd Dan Coughlin. 3rd John Brewer. 4th Jack Vogel. B Flight Consolation: Winner Rod Sacconaghi. 2nd John Kammann. 3rd and 4th Tie! Not completed.

WHY YOU ARE MISSING PUTTS WITH THE FLAG STICK IN: It's very simple. It's because of a combination of Isaac Newton's second law of motion where a body will move in a straight line until acted up, and Charles De Coulomb's Law of Magnetism, where like charged objects will repel each other. To the casual observer, if a putt is missed you most likely misread the green. However, the real reason is both the golf ball and the flag stick often have like charges, so when the ball gets close to the flag stick, due to the forces of nature the ball will veer away. Which leads to the following axiom: "Golf is fun, the other half is putting."

— Submitted by Ken Rose, Summerfield Men's Golf

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