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2017 Mountain Woods Ladies Invitational Results for Thursday June 22

Stroke Play      
       
Champion Laura Jones  Country Meadows  73
       
Division 1      
1st gross Andrea Boucher Moncton Golf 77
1st Net Sharon Case  Miramichi 71
       
2nd Gross Pam Cossey Rockwood Park  79 ®
2nd Net Mary Walton-Rossignol Fredericton 72
       
Division 2      
1st gross Karyne Gelinas Country Meadows  79
1st Net Doreen Vienneau Pine Needles  73
       
2nd Gross Karen Flett Miramichi 85
2nd Net Erin Musgrave  Country Meadows  76 ®

 

Scramble          
Champion Lynn Richford Fredericton  Shirley Merrithew Fredericton  70
           
Division 1          
           
1st gross Ann Flewelling Fredericton  Sharon Brennan Fredericton  75 ®
1st net Marguerite Saulnier  Buctourche Yvette Cormier Buctourche 60
           
Division 2          
           
1st gross Phyllis Cooling  Miramichi Joyce Fry Miramichi 78
1st net Gail Nickerson  Mtn Woods  Elies Coady Mtn Woods  64

 

Friday Night Socials at mountain Woods Golf Club

Friday Night Socials

Worried about what to do on a Friday Night?    We think we have this solved!  A set of tee times, starting at 6:00 pm have been set aside for the “Friday Night Socials” – every Friday night – with the exception of long weekends.

Allan Doyle and Robin Paradis have agreed to assist the club in hosting Friday Night socials.  If any members have prizes they wish to donate to the event, please contact Robin.  The support by members last year was well received  and we are looking forward to another great year on the course!

This year’s schedule will be very similar with a little twist.    Here are some of the Rules to keep it simple:

-          Book online or Sign up with the Pro Shop by Thursday at 2:00 pm
-          Confirm if you and your spouse/Partner – wish not to be separated.
o   For example – you might want to reserve your own foresome for an evening
-          Tee Times will be visible with the online booking tool.
-          Unless a special event is advertised, the game format will be agreed upon by the team of four.  Can be best ball, alternate shot,  Matchplay using handicap.  It will be your choice.
-          There will be a special in the kitchen and members are encouraged to join in the lounge to meet some new and old friends
-          Guest Green Fees 9 holes will be $18 plus tax
-     Power Cart will be $10 per seat plus tax.


Along with every Friday night, we have scheduled four Special Events - Sign up early.  If we have good attendance we may need to adjust the tee times.  There is no additional cost to members, but please feel free to bring along Guests (non –members) to show them our great facility.

June 23st – Season Opener
Game Event: Greensomes
Matchplay game for teams of two where both partners drive and they choose the best drive and then play alternate shots for the rest of hole.
The twosomes that wins the hole gets a point.  If the hole is tied, each team gets ½ point.
This will speed up play, as not every player will hit every shot.

There will be a small meeting upstairs after the round to discuss the events for the summer.  If you have any suggestions to improve or for other events. Please bring them along

June 30th - There will be no EVENT - Canada Day Weekend

July 7th – Friday Night Social

July 14th –   Mid Season Event
Game Event:  Lagging
After everyone gets on the green and regardless of the number of strokes, the player closest to the hole gets 3 points, the next player closest to the hole gets 2 points, the next player closest to the hole gets 1 point and the player farthest from the hole gets 0 points.
Total the points for all 9 holes for each player.

July 21st – Friday Night Social

July 28th – Friday Night Social

Aug 4th - There will be no EVENT - New Brunswick Day Weekend

August 11th  - It is already August event
Game Event: St Andrews Foursomes
Similar to an ordinary greensome as played in June, except that one player plays all the second shots on the odd numbered holes and the partner plays the second shots on the even numbers holes. They still both drive and elect the better drive for the appropriate player to play.
The twosomes that wins the hole gets a point.  If the hole is tied, each team gets ½ point.
This will speed up play, as not every player will hit every shot.

August 18th – Friday Night Social

August 25th – Friday Night Social

Sept 1 - There will be no EVENT- Labor Day Weekend

September 8th  - Shoot Gun Start at 5:30
Steak Dinner  (Registration required by Sept 6th ) to follow
Payable at Kitchen
Game Event:  Daytona
If you like risky games, you'll love this. Each team of two add their scores together, so if they both had fours the score is 44.
If the scores were different then the scoring depends on how you fared to par. If one of you got a par or better you would take the lower score first.
For example a 4 and 6 on a par 5 scores 46. If you are both above par, say on a par three, then you take the higher score first giving 64.
The winner might not be award until after the Steak Supper –as it might take some time to add up the scores!!!


For more information – See Allan Doyle (email at awdoyle@nbnet.nb.ca) or Robin Paradis  (email at rparadis1965@gmail.com)

Maintenance Blog June 6, 2017

June Newsletter 2017

Well I must say, this has probably been one of the worse Springs I have encountered in about 20 years. It was one thing to come through the year with damaged turf, but it sure was the icing on the cake to have it rain just about every day, or just as we were drying out. This is one of those start-ups that I will do everything to forget. I am actually smiling right now looking at the long-range weather for the Moncton area. Sunshine and some heat!!!  The crew and I will probably melt!!!!

When the snow cleared a handful of weeks ago, the ugly truth of our greens damage came to light, and quite truthfully it is one of those throw-up moments for a Superintendent. The good thing is that I have been through dead turf before, and know how to get it back. We actually had only one day in 30 to be able to seed with the bad weather. I learned a long time ago that you need to be ready when the sun shines, and I can tell you we are always in the ready mode. The greens were seeded around 4 weeks ago, and are coming in nicely as you have seen on the course. I have been asked lately why the greens have not been opened sooner, and it has to do with the fact that even though they look good from a distance, the individual plants have not yet knit together to form a surface that can take traffic. They were also far to wet for play. I have been pushing the greens hard with boosters and supplements, and everything should be a go for opening this Friday. They will still be a little rough and some areas might still have to be roped for another week, but you will have surfaces to putt on, and I will be doing everything in my power to smooth them out. I have to thank all of you for your patience concerning this matter. You are really an amazing membership!! Trust me when I say that I hate the word temporary as much as you do.

Also, this week, it is finally go time for the rest of the greens on the course with vertical cutting, topdressing, height reduction, rolling, over seeding, and aeration. Because we have been delayed so long with weather, I have decided to do the first aeration with mini-tine bayonet tines that will allow me to inject a lot of sand and seed into the greens without disrupting the surface as much as core aeration would do at this time. I think you will be happy with the results. This will be followed by another round later in the month, and by mid June we should have some of the best greens in the area.

Over the month of June you will see bunker repair, sand addition and de-grassing, weed control, tee over seeding, etc… We will also be fixing all the wet condition damage caused from the mowers. Even today we were hitting soft spots and sinking. It hasn’t been easy but the crew is dealing with it very well. We will also be fertilizing the whole course soon once we know that mother nature is not going to soak us again. This will help to green the course up. The weak holes and fairways have already had round one of my fertilizer program, and the next one is coming soon, and yes, it is 30% turkey poop… It smells but it works!!!

Please remember that my door is always open, and if you ever have any questions, concerns, or comments, please feel free to voice your opinion. Open communication is important, and it helps me better serve you. Could all of you do me a favour???? Glen has put together an incredible Professional Shop this year and the weather has got him down. Please come in, shop a little, and cheer him up, and while you’re here, grab a bite from the kitchen. Alan and his staff have some tasty high calorie delicious items that would put a smile on anyone’s face during this gloomy weather. Until next time!!!!!

# 11 seed bed preparation about 5 weeks ago

 

# 11 coming in nicely and almost ready for play!!!

 

Prepping the very dead # 16 green for 007 bentgrass

 

# 16 almost ready!!!

 

# 13 seed bed preparation.

 

# 13 just about ready… Didn’t think this one would come in this well so early.

 

#10 a little bit of living turf but not good..

 

# 10 only two weeks after seeding!!! Still a bit weak in the back wet area…

Mountain Woods Golf Club Update Tuesday June 6th, 2017

Golf Course Playing Conditions

A gigantic thank you to Dave Davey and his staff this Spring for the incredible job they have done in some of the coldest, wettest conditions I have seen since beginning my career in 1998. The golf course has been saturated for over a month and yet Dave and his crew was able to keep the golf course open for some play.

 We are happy to announce that the remaining 5 temporary greens have germinated very well and they will open for play on Friday June 9th. Please be very cautious when entering any roped off areas on the greens as they remain very fragile.

 

Grounds Maintenance Work on greens (Sorry for the last-minute notice)

 The Front nine holes will be closed for the day on Wednesday June 6th and will reopen on Thursday June 7th.

 The back nine holes will be closed on Thursday June 7th and will reopen on Friday June 8th.

 

Demo Day

 Please join us in welcoming Callaway, Pin g and Cobra to our practice facility on Wednesday June 7th between 3pm and 6pm. Custom fittings are available and there is no charge to come out and try out the latest golf equipment from these fantastic companies. Please show your support to the club and these companies by attending this demo day.

 

Father’s Day Promotion (end’s Sunday June 18th)

·      Adidas shoes 20% off

·      Headwear and Clothing not already on sale 25% off 

·      FootJoy jackets 35% off

·      Bag Boy and Sun mountain Carts 15% off

·      Putters 15% off

·      All Wedges 15% off

·      Buy a golf bag AND GET 1 DOZEN Srixon Soft feel golfs balls

 

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