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TVWGC RINGER - 2ND QUARTER

If you are not on the list below and want to play the 2nd quarter ringer, contact Joyce Ritchie by April18 (951-698-5375 or djritchie@verizon.net)
 Jane Curley Pat Piper
Janet Downes 10  Sherry Lamb
Judy Haynie 11  Sue Johnson
Judy Turco 12  Terry Russell
Karen Brauer 13   Kay Church
Linda Hansen 14  Joyce Ritchie
Nancy Conte 15  Sandy McElhenney
Pat Gallagher 16  Carole Harrison
GOLF COURSE TIPS*
We want to learn to play better golf and hit better shots. There is one skill in the game that does not take any talent – etiquette. These simple guidelines will keep you in good favor with your fellow playing competitors.
 
KEEP UP
KEEP QUIET
BE SAFE, BE IN THE RIGHT PLACE
CARE FOR THE COURSE
 
KEEP UP: Fast golf is fun golf and you don’t have to be good to be fast.
·        Putt out you tap-ins – every time.
·        Take two clubs with you from the cart so you don’t have to make an extra trip when you realize the wind direction has shifted.
·        Always pay attention to your fellow golfers. Don’t make noise while they are hitting.
·        Write down your scores when it’s NOT your turn.
·        If you cannot see the group in front of you, your group is behind pace of play. 
KEEP QUIET: Knowing when to chat and when to play is important.
BE SAFE, BE IN THE RIGHT PLACE: 
·        The safest place to be is to the rear and on the “belt-buckle” side of the player and at least 6 feet away. Any of the other three quadrants are susceptible to sculled shots, shanks and flying equipment.
·        Pay attention to your fellow golfers’ shots.
·        Never stand on or behind the line of a shot, especially on the putting green, and be aware of everyone’s position on the green before accidentally stepping on their line.
CARE FOR THE COURSE:
·        Try to leave the course better than you found it.
·        Rake bunkers. 
·        Leave the rakes on the outer edge away from the green.
·        Repair divots. When you sand divots, smooth the sand over with your foot to make the ground smooth to allow a ball to roll through the divot without getting stuck.
·        Repair ball marks by replacing the middle of the ball mark with the surrounding healthy grass. You should be pulling in the grass, not lifting up.
  
*Article by Kristin Walla, April 7, 2017

 

DECISIONS OF GOLF:

1.  If a player declare their ball unplayable in a bunker, what do they do?

2.  When your ball lies in the bunker, can you rake the bunker before a stroke is made?

 
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