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Chapel Ridge

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July 17, 2012

  • Sign-up for Chapel Ridge
  • Detour Directions to Chapel Ridge (bridge construction)
  • Results from Grandover Results & Full Leaderboard
  • Improve Your Golf Skills - Six Inches Between Your Ears
  • Quick Links to Sign-up and To View Tour Schedule
  • Where are you in Year Long Point Standings Race?
  • Golf Rules Q&A - Replacing a Mark Ball
  • Tour Weather Guidelines Reminder

Congratulations to all the winners on the GolfWeek Amateur Tour and the great scores at Grandover Resort.

Where are you in the end-of-year Point Standing Race? Will you secure your spot to the National Tour at Hilton Head? See links at bottom of e-newsletter to see where you stand.

Rules Review question this week helps you understand the guidelines when replacing a mark ball on the green.

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CHAPEL RIDGE

Hole #13 Par 3
The Golf Club at Chapel Ridge combines the course design talents of Bob Moore, and the player design skills of Fred Couples to provide a great tour experience.
This is a great layout everyone loves playing that will force you to decide to either hit it long to bring either bunkers or hazards into play on your tee shots and all of the par 5s or to lay-up to be safe. Execute the hit it long shot and there could be a win and skins at the end of the day. Fail to execute and you will be crying in your beer at the end of the round.

Here’s two hints. Most fairways are downhill and if it is a dry day they will be very hard and the ball will run further than you think – therefore make sure you have the right club and pick your angles carefully from the tee box. And ditto for these surprisingly fast greens, rarely shoot at the back pins except with wedges if you want your ball to remain on the green.

With that being said, based on many reviews and comments, Chapel Ridge has already become a new favorite for all golfers in the Triangle and beyond because of its PGA Tour like feel.

Summary: It is a fair course, however, keep it in the fairway and hit to the front or middle of most greens regardless of where the flag is or expect a high score.

To sign-up, call Bruce Hallenbeck at 336-495-6556 or email him at behgolf@aol.com.

Event Info:

Chapel Ridge GC

Saturday, July 21, 2012

Fees: $75.00Time: 1:30 PM Shotgun

Physical Address:

1010 Chapel Ridge Drive •

Pittsboro, NC 27312

Phone: 919.545.2242

Due to bridge construction on Old Graham road/Old 87, all incoming incoming guests must enter using Park Meadows Drive off of Hwy 87. From Durham/Chapel Hill15/501 South to hwy 64 take right to Hwy 87 North. Go 3.3 miles to Park Meadows intoChapel Ridge. From Raleigh/Cary.ApexTake 64 West to 87 North. Go 3.3 miles and take a right on Park Meadowsinto Chapel Ridge. From Greensboro/BurlingtonTake 40 East to 87 South. Go 22 miles and take a left on Park Meadowsinto Chapel Ridge.

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Chapel Ridge

CHAMPIONSHIP (6800 yards)
Dan Holland, High Point 73
A FLIGHT (6300 yards)Kenny Smith, Randleman 75
B FLIGHT (6300 yards)Burt Flowers, Lewisville 82 C FLIGHT (6300 yards)Kelvin Farmer, Fayetteville 86
D FLIGHT (6300 yards)David Flanagan, Clemmons 93

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JAMESTOWN'S NULTY WINS GOLFWEEK TOUR CHAMP FLIGHT DEBUT

Greensboro, NC

July 14, 2012

Jamestown's Michael Nulty played his first event on the Golfweek Amateur Golf Tour at Bryan Park 2 weeks ago. He started out in the A Flight. After that event, he told Tour Director Bruce Hallenbeck he felt he would be better suited playing in the Championship Flight for future events. At his second event he proved himself correct, firing a 3-under 69 to take top honors in the top flight. "Michael's got the opportunity to go places with his game," said Hallenbeck. "We're happy to be a part of his tournament schedule".

Grandover Resort Winner: Championship Flight - Michael Nulty

Nulty wasn't the only player to break par in the flight as Winston-Salem's Chris Cassetta shot a 71 for solo second place.

There was a playoff to determine the A Flight winner, but one thing was certain - the winner was gonna come out of Kernersville, because both competitors - Billy Lankford and David Hopkins call that small town home. After posting identical 74s over their original 18 holes, they went back out to the 395 yard, par - 4, 18th hole to start their sudden death playoff. Lankford ended the suspense quickly with a par for the victory - the second Tour event in-a-row that he's won.

Grandover Resort Flight Winners (Left to Right).

C Flight - Eric Friar; A Flight - Billy Lankford; B Flight - Mike Turbeville; D Flight - David Flanagan

Lankford and Hopkins are going to be joined by Greensboro's Mike Turbeville in A Flight competition for their next event. Turbeville also made it 2 wins in-a-row in the B Flight with a 76. "I'm gonna move up to 'A'" stated Turbeville. "I know I can compete on that level". Raleigh's Travis Bailey, who just moved up into the B Flight from "C", took 2nd with a solid 78.

Eric Friar of Whispering Pines was the class of the C Flight with an 84. He bested a trio of golfers - Charlotte's Robert Smith, Cary's Greg Carlton, and Darrell Smith of Julian by 3 strokes for the win. Clemmons' David Flanagan was a one-stroke winner over playing partner Keith Thomas in the D Flight - 91 to 92.

The next Tour event is The Golf Club at Chapel Ridge in Pittsboro on July 21. There are openings for that event. Contact Hallenbeck at 336-495-6556, or email him at behgolf@aol.com to reserve a spot.

THE GOLFWEEK AMATEUR GOLF TOUR

GRANDOVER RESORT EVENT (WEST COURSE)

TOP FIVE SCORES BY FLIGHT

CHAMPIONSHIP (6800 yds)

Michael Nulty, Jamestown 69

Chris Cassetta, Winston-Salem 71

Neal Faulkner, Gibsonville 77

Park Williams, Kernersville 77

Mike Greene, Durham 78

Dan Holland, High Point 78

A FLIGHT (6220 yds)

Billy Lankford, Kernersville 74

David Hopkins, Kernersville 74

Charles Devenney, Charlotte 77

Ken Carlyle, Greensboro 78

Jason Breedlove, Charlotte 78

Kevin Ronan, Charlotte 78

B FLIGHT (6220 yds)

Mike Turbeville, Greensboro 76

Travis Bailey, Raleigh 78

Robin Neverve, Laurinburg 79

Greg Walker, Raleigh 80

Rus Rilling, Madison 81

C FLIGHT (6220 yds)

Eric Friar, Whispering Pines 84

Robert Smith, Charlotte 87

Greg Carlton, Cary 87

Darrell Smith, Julian 87

Johnny Sears, Fayetteville 90

D FLIGHT (6220 yds)

David Flanagan, Clemmons 91

Keith Thomas, Greensboro 92

Jeff Jackson, Randleman 96

Arnold Stewart, Fayetteville 98

Greg Green, Apex 100

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Where Are You In The

Year-End Point Standings Race?

There are only two ways to get to the year ending National Tournament - win one of the four majors (only 2 remain) or be one of the Top 10 point earners in your flight.

We have reached halfway into the season and some of the point races of who will be #1 in the Flights and places 7 - 14 are very tight. As little as 25 points separate tour competitors.

Do you know how many tournaments you will need to play and what place you will need to finish in each tournament to ensure you have your automatic invitation? Don't be left out.

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Rules Review
It has been suggested that there should be a series of Rules scenarios for you to solve. So begins a series of problems titled What's the Score? Doc Miller has graciously agreed to allow me to share these with you that he has been sending since July 2009.I will include one each week. You should try to determine the answer based upon your knowledge of the Rules when ever possible and then use your Rule book to confirm. There will be no trick questions or hidden information.
If you do not have a Rules of Golf book handy, go to: usga.org/Rule-Books and-Decisions

Question from week #154

Bob’s son, Gary, is acting as caddie for his dad during the final round of the stroke play club championship. On the 16th green Bob has marked his ball by placing a coin behind the ball and tossed his ball to his son to clean. After cleaning the ball, Gary replaces the ball just behind his dad’s coin. Decide which of the following statements are correct:

A. Bob’s ball is in play, regardless of Gary’s intentions.

B. If Gary had no intention of putting the ball back on the correct spot, but Bob lifted his coin and makes a stroke at this ball he incurs a 2-stroke penalty under R15-3 for playing a wrong ball.

C. If Gary did intend to put the ball back in play and Bob makes a stroke at his ball without first moving it to the correct spot, Bob is penalized two strokes for playing from a wrong place.

D. It is ok for Gary to replace his father’s ball as he did, but if he replaces the ball on the correct spot, lifts the coin and his dad plays the ball, his dad incurs a 1-stroke penalty.


Answers:

Statements B, C, D are correct.

Unless you are a Rules Official or have been studying the Rules for some time, you probably had difficulty with this question. There is a lot going on here and it pivots on two key points of fact: what was Gary’s intentions when he placed his dad’s ball on the putting green, and what does Bob do as a result.

B. A ball is not in play when lifted (Definition: ball in play). It retains the status of a ball not in play until replaced with the intention of putting it back into play. If Gary replaced his dad’s ball behind, rather than in front, of his Dad’s coin, so his dad could read the put, his dad did not have a ball in play. If this was Gary’s intention, then he would be expecting his father to lift and move the ball to the correct spot before playing. However if his dad made a stroke at the ball so placed behind the coin, because he did not have a ball in play, this would be deemed a stroke at a wrong ball. A wrong ball penalty occurs anytime a player makes a stroke at a ball other than his ball in play. This is a 2-stroke penalty and is a “must correct” penalty. All the strokes made at this wrong ball do not count for score.

C. Back to Gary’s intentions. If Gary did intend to replace his father’s ball, then Bob’s ball is in play. If Bob goes and makes a stroke at his ball in play from this new spot, it would be a stroke from a wrong place. This is a 2-stroke penalty and he would have to continue to complete the hole with this ball as played.

D. Rule 20-3 states that three people can “replace” a ball: the player, his partner, or the person who lifted the ball. Gary is none of these. So if Gary replaces his dad’s ball with the intention of putting it into play, either on the correct spot or, as in C, on an incorrect spot , he has breached this Rule and his dad is assessed a 1-stroke penalty. The reason why this penalty is not added to the penalty stroke count for C above is because Note 3 under R20-7 waives that associated penalty.

This question demonstrates a key principle in correctly apply the Rules: you must first determine what was the intent of the people involved. You may not know the answer to this simply by observing what happened. For more on this process read in the preface, “The Facts of the Case” under the general topic How to Use the Rule Book.

Tour Weather Guidelines:

Primarily, we adhere to the same guidelines that the PGA Tour uses: If the course is open, we're going to play.

The only exception to this is that I'll never put any of you in harm's way during an event because of dangerous weather. (i.e. - lightening or severe cold and wetness).

In other words, I won't let the course "bully" us into playing where an unsafe condition might exist.

Because I arrive at every event at least two hours prior to the start time and I generally have to leave my house at least an hour before that to get to the course, there is no sense calling me just before the event, because I won't be at the office. The best avenue to take is to call the course if the weather seems threatening.


If you are on the roster for the event, and you do not get a cancellation notice from the course after calling them, you are expected to show up in time for the scheduled shotgun start.

Bruce

GolfWeek Amateur Tour Full Leaderboard

Grandover Resort

July 14, 2012

Tees by Flight:

Champ: GoldTees; Rating- 72.7; Slope- 137; Yards - 6800 A,B,C, D: Blue Tees; Rating- 70.1; Slope-126; Yardage - 6220
PosNameFlightScore
1Nulty, MichaelCH69
2Cassetta, ChrisCH71
3Faulkner, NealCH77
3Williams, ParkCH77
5Greene, MikeCH78
5Holland, DanCH78
7Phillips, RobCH79
8Jewett, JaredCH80
8Queen, GeneCH80
8Miller, CrewsCH80
11Mann, AnthonyCH82
12Patterson, RussCH83
13Kilgore, JeremyCH86
13Meadows, MikeCH86
PosNameFlightScore
1Hopkins, DavidA74
1Lankford, BillA74
3Devenney, CharlesA77
4Breedlove, JasonA78
4Ronan, KevinA78
4Carlyle, KenA78
7Mitchell, CorayA80
8Berry, BillA81
9Ton, CuongA82
10Taylor, ChrisA83
11Andrews, RobA86
11Lambert, BrannonA86
11Cummings, SteveA86
14Hagen, AllenA87
14Yergeau, JayA87
14Dutcher, RichA87
17Sparrow, ScottA88
18Webber, BobA89
18Weber, DanielA89
18Cook, SpurlingA89
21Carden, BrianA90
22Newsome, TerryA91
23Bryant, JimmyA94
PosNameFlightScore
1Turbeville, MikeB76
2Bailey, TravisB78
3Neverve, RobinB79
4Walker, GregB80
5Rilling, RusB81
6Smith, JasonB82
6McLean, JimB82
8Reams, AlB83
9Flowers, BurtB84
9Vangeersdaelen, PhilB84
9Haughey, BJB84
12Simon, BrettB85
13Gover, DavidB86
14Smith, BradB87
14Gomez, RobinB87
16Bulgarino, RobB88
16Slager, NickB88
18Bennett, JasonB89
18Baggett, JohnnieB89
20Kubla, TomB91
21Lewis, JoeB92
22Tompkins, DougB93
22Egan, MikeB93
24Hawkins, MichaelB98
24Jones, WesB98
26Frazier, JackB104
PosNameFlightScore
1Friar, EricC84
2Smith, RobertC87
2Smith, DarrellC87
2Carlton, GregC87
5Sears, JohnnyC90
6Eatmon, JamesC92
6Williams, HowardC92
8Torres, JohnC93
9Daniels, SteveC94
10Edwards, DonnellC95
10Davis, ShirralC95
12Wesley, RobertC96
13Bell, StevenC97
14Johnson, CraigC98
14Lech, HenryC98
14Young, GeorgeC98
17Dauscher, GregC99
18Simpson, CarlosC101
19Lingo, JamesC103
PosNameFlightScore
1Flanagan, DavidD91
2Thomas, KeithD92
3Jackson, JeffD96
4Arnold, StewartD98
5Green, GregD100
6Endicott, BrianD103
7Tate, RickyD104

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DOUBLE EAGLE HIGHLIGHTS EGOLF EVENT!
HIGH SCORES DOMINATE EGOLF EVENT
FLIGHT WINNERS GO LOW IN EGOLF BERMUDA RUN WEST EVENT!
EGOLF AMATEUR TOUR BRAVES WEATHER AT MID PINES!
117 players battle it out at The Legacy Golf Links on Saturday!
2009 egolf Amateur Tour kicks off the season on January 31st at the Legacy!
egolf Amateur Tour National Championship Brings Record Field to Hilton Head, Oct. 25-26
EGOLF MAJOR EVENT GOES TO PLAYOFF
REYNOLDS FIRES CAREER-LOW EGOLF ROUND!
EGOLF TOUR "GRADUATE" WINS AT CAROLINA TRACE!
TIGHT RACES HIGHLIGHT EGOLF TOUR EVENT!
PITTSBORO'S THOMAS FIRES CAREER BEST ROUND FOR EGOLF TOUR WIN
EASY WINS MARK EGOLF LONGLEAF EVENT!
BELCHER POSTS CAREER ROUND TO WIN EGOLF MAJOR
PAIR OF 74s TAKE TOP SPOTS IN EGOLF TOUR EVENT
WINSTON’S LOGAN FIRES EGOLF AMATEUR TOUR RECORD SCORE!
ACE HIGHLIGHTS EGOLF TOUR MAJOR AT MILL CREEK!
JAMES MOORE WINS EGOLF TOUR BRYAN PARK EVENT
GOLF COURSE WINS IN EGOLF AMATEUR TOUR CAROLINA LAKES EVENT
SECOND YEAR GOLFER MAKES LEAP ON EGOLF TOUR AT KEITH HILLS
3 WAY PLAYOFF HIGHLIGHTS EGOLF TOUR PINEWOOD CC EVENT!
WEATHER WOES ONCE AGAIN PLAGUE EGOLF EVENT!
SUDDEN DEATH PLAYOFFS DECIDE EGOLF TOUR WINS!
egolf TOUR “B FLIGHTER” ACES RAIN SHORTENED MAJOR EVENT
egolf Amateur Tour members find going tough at Sapona CC
egolf Amateur Tour Kicks off 2008 Season at Bermuda Run West
egolf Amateur Tour and Harris Teeter Senior Tour kick-off 2008 season
Egolf Amateur Tour starts January 26th!
 
 

 

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