Golfers of Cherokee Village, do we have a treat for you!
The men's golf association executive committee met on Jan. 25 at the South Course and put together a program that promises to tempt as well as please everyone who ever considered chasing a little white ball down lush green fairways onto carpet-like greens towards a four and one-half inch hole.
Game day chairman Steve Clark announced several new twists to the variety of games usually played.
One example he tossed out to pique everyone's interest was switching the HUP 1-2-3 to HUP 3-2-1.
Steve has more of the same up his sleeve.
In addition to paying SID golf assessments, CVMGA dues (still $25) are also due at this time and can be paid at either pro shop.
Men who do not own a golf cart but wish to play on Tuesdays and Thursdays at the South and North courses are asked to contact CVMGA treasurer Ken Paeth to arrange playing privileges.
Tentative scheduling calls for a tune-up round to be played March 24 at the North Course, preceded by an organizational meeting at 8 a.m. with coffee and doughnuts.
Tee-off time will be at 9 a.m., weather permitting.
Come on out and join the low and high handicappers and "wannabes" on two great courses.
Fellowship and fun -- that's what golf is all about.
The 2011 executive committee consists of president Terry Clark, first vice president John Murray, second vice president and games day chairman Steve Clark, secretary Tom Manning, treasurer Ken Paeth, hospitality chairman Gene Peck, coupon chairmen (North) Stan Erickson and (South) Rick Phillips, and publicity Hobie Weisman.
Also in attendance were Floyd Hannon, Russ Stokes and PGA pro Dave Webb.