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Sapona Country Club

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July 22, 2012

  • Sign-up To Play Sapona Country Club - August 4
  • Chapel Ridge 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 - Replay a Shot & Guessing the Location
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  • Tour Weather Guidelines Reminder

Congratulations to all the winners on the GolfWeek Amateur Tour and the great scores at Chapel Ridge.

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

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Sapona Country Club

Sapona CC was established and designed by Ellis Maples in 1967 and is set amid the hardwood forests of the Piedmont Triad.

Most of you know that the Maples family has a storied golf past dating back to the original courses in Pinehurst and their classic design principles can be seen throughout the Sapona’s golf experience.

Ellis Maples’s creative work and shotmaker's design will require you to have your course management 'A' game on in this week. You will need to think your way through every shot, exactly as golf was intended.

There are good scores to be had at Sapona but only if you know your distances, if your ball lands on the correct side of every green and you stay below the hole.

The course is always in excellent condition and host some of the most prestigious tournaments.

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

Club Address:

439 Beaver Creek Road
Lexington, North Carolina 27295
(336) 956-6245

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

Event Info:

Sapona Country Club

Saturday, August 4, 2012

Fees: $70.00Time: 1:30 PM Shotgun

Physical Address:

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Lexington, North Carolina 27295
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2011 Flight Winners and Defending Champions

Sapona Country Club

CHAMPIONSHIP (6,620 yards)Sean Pardue, Greensboro 76
A FLIGHT (6,157 yards)Jake Britt, Louisburg 73
B FLIGHT (6,157 yards)Tim Crites, Oak Ridge 79
C FLIGHT (6,157 yards)Allen Pegram, Reidsville 85
D FLIGHT (6,157 yards)Eric Friar, Whispering Pines 90

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"Improve your golf mental toughness 10-fold"

Every golfer has heard the saying "It's all in your head" or "Golf is 90% mental" or "Golf is the most mentally demanding sport in the world." Yet what do golfers do about it? Well, most often absolutley nothing! Not necessarily because they don't want to, but sometimes golfers actually think the mental game doesn't matter to them!

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Many golfers naively get stuck into thinking that the mental game only matters for elite players or pros who make a living golfing. Nonsense! EVERY golfer needs to use their mind properly.

  • It is your mind that determines how well you learn when taking lessons. (and this training course is packed with accelerated learning techniques that will have you absorbing more from lessons)

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2 GOLFWEEK TOUR FLIGHT WINNERS DECIDED IN PLAYOFFS

Pittsboro, NC

July 21, 2012

Both the Championship and A Flights had to go extra holes to determine a winner in Golfweek Amateur Golf Tour event held at The Golf Club at Chapel Ridge. As should be the case with the top players in the top two flights fighting it out, both playoffs were decided with a birdie.

In the Championship Flight, 16 year-old Bishop Saunders from Pittsboro, playing in his very first Golfweek event, endured a "balky" putter all day when it came to making birdie putts. He didn't convert a single one, although he had many opportunities. That trend continued into the playoff as well as he missed 3 birdie putts in a row to start the extra holes. Tour veteran Jared Jewett of Greensboro matched Saunders' pars on those 3 holes and won the playoff with his own birdie on the 367 yard, par-4, 13th hole.

Sapona Winners (left to right):

Championship Flight - Jared Jewett; A Flight - Mark Cobb

Meanwhile, it took the A Flight contestants only 2 holes to come up with a playoff-winning birdie as Mark Cobb from Hope Mills edged Kernersville's Billy Lankford on the 510 yard, par - 5, 11th hole. Lankford had won 2-in-a-row "on-Tour", falling just short of a "3-peat". "Billy may be going up a flight if his Tour handicap moves into Championship range", said Tour Director Bruce Hallenbeck. "We'll be checking on that".

The reigning National B Flight Champion, Daren Green out of Durham, won for only the second time in the B Flight on his local Tour with a sizzling 74. Turns out he needed to post that score as 2 other Tour members - Robin Neverve of Laurinburg, and Raleigh's Paul Harmon were only 1 shot behind.

Left to right: B Flight - Daren Green; C Flight - Jesse Ingle;

D Flight - Matt Mooneham

In the C Flight, Gibsonville's Jesse Ingle had an easy time of it, cruising to a 6-shot victory over Cary's Greg Carlton and James Eatmon of Sims by posting an 81. In the D Flight, all you had to do to get into the prize pool was break 100. Matt Mooneyham was the class of the flight with a 93, with Raleigh's John Dorris 2 back at 95.

The Tour is taking next week off and resuming play on August 4 at Sapona Country Club in Lexington. There are plenty of spots available for that tournament.

THE GOLFWEEK AMATEUR GOLF TOUR

THE GOLF CLUB AT CHAPEL RIDGE EVENT

TOP FIVE SCORES BY FLIGHT

CHAMPIONSHIP (6700 yds)

Jared Jewett, Greensboro 76

Bishop Saunders, Pittsboro 76

Chris Clark, Pittsboro 77

A FLIGHT (6502 yds)

Mark Cobb, Hope Mills 73

Billy Lankford, Kernersville 73

Mark Dill, Pelham 75

Bobby Elder, Randleman 76

Billy Whitley, Mount Airy 76

B FLIGHT (6502 yds)

Daren Green, Durham 74

Robin Neverve, Laurinburg 75

Paul Harmon, Raleigh 75

Greg Walker, Raleigh 78

Paul Spruill, Rocky Mount 78

Scott Williams, Raleigh 78

C FLIGHT (6502 yds)

Jesse Ingle, Gibsonville 81

Greg Carlton, Cary 87

James Eatmon, Sims 87

James Lingo, Rocky Mount 88

Henry Lech, Fayetteville 89

Steven Bell, Raleigh 89

Robert Wesley, Aberdeen 89

D FLIGHT (6502 yds)

Matt Mooneyham, Elon 93

John Dorris, Raleigh 95

Travis Evans, Farmville 99

Jon Moist, Cary 103

Garrett Domingue, Fayetteville 103

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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 1 remains) 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.

To see where you stand today* click below:

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* Points from this week's tournament may not have posted.

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

From the fairway, Mike bladed his second shot over the green. Upon reaching the putting green, Mike realizes his ball is OB. He lifts his ball and returns to the fairway.

Because he made no divot with his previous stroke, Mike is uncertain of the exact spot to drop his ball. Mike recalls there was a dandelion beside his original ball, so he picks one dandelion from several in the area and uses it to estimate the spot for the drop of his ball. When the ball is dropped it rolls forward of the chosen dandelion by about a foot. Mike hits this ball on the green and takes one putt to complete the hole.

Mike’s score for the hole is:

A. 5

B. 6

C. 7

D. 8


Answer

C is correct.

Mike hit his ball 4 times and had 3 penalty strokes

(1-stroke: R27-1 & LoH / 2-stroke: R20-7). The penalty stroke associated with R27-1, Ball Out of Bounds is obvious, the penalty associated with Rule 20-7, Wrong Place is less so.

When a player is required to or chooses to play a ball from the spot of his previous stroke and the location of that spot is not precisely known, the spot must be estimated and the player is required to drop as close to that spot as possible (R20-2b). Mike correctly estimated that spot as a specific dandelion.

Remember, anytime we are putting a ball in play under this or similar circumstances, we must always have a reference point for determining “nearer the hole than...” for deciding the need to re-drop. This reference point may be our nearest point of relief, the point of last crossing on the margin of a water hazard, the point where our ball lay unplayable, the point where our ball lay embedded, the spot of our last stroke, or as in this case an estimated spot. When we drop a ball under a Rule, if the ball rolls closer to the hole than one of the just mentioned specific spots, we are required to re-drop (R 20-2c, vii). In Mike’s situation, he estimated his original position to be a specific dandelion. When he dropped his ball using this estimated spot, and the ball came to rest nearer the hole, he was required to re-drop.

When Mike failed to re-drop, then made a stroke at his ball, he played from a wrong place. In a match, Mike would have lost the hole. In stroke play, Mike is assessed a two stroke penalty and must play out the hole with the ball played from the wrong place. This would not be viewed as a serious breach.

If a similar situation happens to you, and you do not have precise estimate of the spot, place a tee in the ground to mark your “estimated spot”. Treat this tee then as your point for applying the Rules.

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

Golf Club at Chapel Ridge

July 21, 2012

Tees by Flight:

Champ: Blue Tees; Rating- 72.0; Slope- 125; Yards - 6700 A,B,C, D: WhiteTees; Rating- 71.1; Slope-123; Yardage - 6502 * Won in Play-off
PosNameFlightScore
1Jewett, Jared*CH76
1Saunders, BishopCH76
PosNameFlightScore
1Lankford, BillA73
1Cobb, Mark*A73
3Dill, MarkA75
4Elder, BobbyA76
4Whitley, BillyA76
6Mooneyham, NickA77
6Clark, ChrisA77
6Groenewald, MikeA77
9Cook, SpurlingA78
9Andrews, RobA78
9Lister, HenryA78
12Davenport, KevinA79
12Webber, BobA79
14Turbeville, MikeA81
15Berry, BillA82
16Garrett, WilliamA83
16Ton, CuongA83
16Marcellus, GreggA83
19Green, BillyA84
20Hair, RyanA86
20Ellams, RichardA86
20Lambert, BrannonA86
23Ivy, MikeA91
24Bryant, JimmyA97
PosNameFlightScore
1Green, DarenB74
2Harmon, PaulB75
2Neverve, RobinB75
4Walker, GregB78
4Spruill, PaulB78
4Williams, ScottB78
7Gomez, RobinB79
8Ferrell, WayneB81
8McLean, JimB81
8Adams, JimmyB81
11Frazier, JackB82
12Simon, BrettB83
12Kubla, TomB83
14Sheahan, BobB84
14Rilling, RusB84
16Hawkins, MichaelB85
17Dockery, JamesB86
18Flowers, BurtB89
19Smith, JasonB90
20Gover, DavidB91
20Magyar, JoeB91
20Terry, JohnB91
23Bennett, JasonB95
24Pizza, MikeB98
PosNameFlightScore
1Ingle, JesseC81
2Carlton, GregC87
2Eatmon, JamesC87
4Lingo, JamesC88
5Lech, HenryC89
5Bell, StevenC89
5Wesley, RobertC89
8Thomas, MikeC94
8Wilkinson, BillC94
10Picking, AaronC96
10Bullock, TomC96
12Simpson, CarlosC97
13Wilkes, LandonC100
PosNameFlightScore
1Mooneyham, MattD93
2Dorris, JohnD95
3Evans, TravisD99
4Moist, JonD103
4Domingue, GarrettD103
6Hall, JohnD104
7Green, GregD105
8Patterson, DanielD106
9Jordan, JerryD109
10Marion, LouisD111

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egolf Amateur Tour and Harris Teeter Senior Tour kick-off 2008 season
Egolf Amateur Tour starts January 26th!
 
 

 

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