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RALEIGH'S SCHINDO WINS GOLFWEEK TOUR DEBUT

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Anderson Creek   

e-newsletter Summary

August 22, 2012

 

  • Sign-up To Play Anderson Creek - August 25
  • Carolina Trace 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 - Embedded Ball?
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  • Tour Weather Guidelines Reminder

Congratulations to all the winners on the GolfWeek Amateur Tour and the great scores at Carolina Trace.  

 

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Rules Review question this week helps you understand if you can move the markers on the Teeing ground.

 

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2012 GOLFWEEK AMATEUR GOLF TOUR
 
SATURDAY, AUGUST 25
ANDERSON CREEK GOLF COURSE

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Anderson Creek Golf Course
 

 

 

 

 

 

Davis Love III, 1997 PGA Championship winner, designed Anderson Creek Golf Club, his first signature course in North Carolina.

 

Anderson Creek was rated 4 1/2 stars by Golf Digest in 2008 and was the winner of the "Best New Course in NC" award for 2001. This traditional layout reflects all that is great about golf in the Sandhills – rolling fairways lined with longleaf pines, natural areas highlighted with love grass.

 

The greens’ large roll-off areas and significant undulations offer a challenge to those who miss their approach shot to the greens. 

 

Low scores are attainable in all flights but this course will bite if you blink.  Plus, all of you should be playing your best game now anyway.

 

P.S. Double Points awarded to all who play.

 

P.P.S. Sign-up early as the Final Major usually sells out.

 

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


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

 

 
 
 
 
 
 

 

 

 

Event Info:

 

Anderson Creek

 

Saturday, August 28, 2011

 

Fees:     $75.00 Time:     9:00 AM Shotgun

 

Physical Address:

 

125 Whispering Pines Drive Spring Lake, NC 28390-9121

(910) 814-2115

 

Directions -

 

 

 

 

 

 

"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)

  • It is your mind that will allow you to set up to the ball correctly and commit to your swing (or not!).

  • It is your mind that will either stay focused under pressure and get you to make a smooth, fluid stroke when you need to drain an 8 footer for the win, or have you choking like a dog and collapsing like a house of cards when the heat is on!

 

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RALEIGH'S SCHINDO WINS GOLFWEEK TOUR DEBUT

 

Sanford, NC

August 18, 2012

 

Glenn Schindo had never broken 90 in a round of golf. His goals for joining the Golfweek Amateur Golf Tour were to play some competitive golf and improve. Winning in his first Tour start was not exactly what he expected, but you never know......

 

Schindo turned in a winning score of 100 to take top honors in the D Flight at Carolina Trace Country Club on the Creek Course, a track in great shape with narrow fairways and small greens that generally doesn't yield very low scores.

 

Today was no exception as winning scores in all the flights were modest by recent Tour standards.

 

Generally a few D Flighters will break 100 in a given event, but not this time as Fayetteville's Isaac Kinnard was Schindo's closest pursuer with a 102. "Glenn is excited about joining the Tour", said Tour Director Bruce Hallenbeck, "this probably isn't going to be his last win".

 

At the other end of the scoring spectrum, High Point's Dan Holland topped the Championship Flight with a 74. Wins for Holland are "old-hat", having won multiple times this year. Mark Strickland of Bennett was second with a 75.

 

Pittsboro's Bill Garrett fired a 77 for the A Flight win, nipping Hope Mills' Mark Cobb by a single stroke. Things were just as close in the B Flight with Cary's Russ Padgett just one stroke up on another Cary golfer - Steve Marinelli, 84 to 85. Ironically, Schindo won in the D Flight as the newest Tour member, while Padgett is the very first member to ever sign-up for the Raleigh/Pinehurst Tour back in 1998.

 

Another Cary golfer also "hit pay-dirt" with Greg Carlton taking the top spot in the C Flight. The only flight member to break 90 with an 88, he was 2 strokes clear of Fayetteville's Joe Cho and Bill Wilkinson of Rolesville.

 

One of the biggest winners of the day was The Folds of Honor Foundation, a charitable organization that provides subsistence and scholarships for the families of United States servicemen killed in action. Tour members contributed $790.00 when their donations were matched with that of the Senior event held at Trace on Thursday. A framed and matted original photograph of the 13th hole at Augusta National GC will be raffled off next Saturday at the season's final Major Tournament at Anderson Creek Golf Club in Spring Lake.

 

The Tour goal is to raise $1000.00 for this worthy cause.

 

THE GOLFWEEK AMATEUR GOLF TOUR

CAROLINA LAKES COUNTRY CLUB (CREEK COURSE)

TOP FIVE SCORES BY FLIGHT

 

CHAMPIONSHIP (6845 yds)

Dan Holland, High Point 74

Mark Strickland, Bennett 75

Jared Jewett, Greensboro 76

Chris Harp, Pinehurst 77

Henry Lister, Chapel Hill 81

 

A FLIGHT (6315 yds)

Bill Garrett, Pittsboro 77

Mark Cobb, Hope Mills 78

Mark Pettis, Raleigh 79

Gary Sample, Winston-Salem 81

Mike Crawford, Summerfield 81

Jay Yergeau, Godwin 81

 

B FLIGHT (6315 yds)

Russ Padgett, Cary 84

Steve Marinelli, Cary 85

Greg Walker, Raleigh 88

Jimmy Adams, Greenville 88

Nick Slager, Winston-Salem 88

Greg Martin, Whitsett 88

Tom Kubla, Pinehurst 88

 

C FLIGHT (6315 yds)

Greg Carlton, Cary 88

Joe Cho, Fayetteville 90

Bill Wilkinson, Rolesville 90

James Lingo, Rocky Mount 93

James Eatmon, Sims 94

 

D FLIGHT (6315 yds)

Glenn Schindo, Raleigh 100

Isaac Kinnard, Fayetteville 102

Mark Wamsher, Hope Mills 103

Stewart Arnold, Fayetteville 105

Rick Tate, Fayetteville 110

 

 

GOLFWEEK CURRENT NEWS

 

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ONLY TWO WAYS TO GET TO THE GOLFWEEK NATIONAL TOURNAMENT AT HILTON HEAD

 

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: 

 

Raleigh/Pinehurst Tour Point Standings

 

Triad Tour Point Standings

 

* 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

 

Questions from week #159

 

Decide the following concerning a possible embedded ball.

1. I am taking relief under R28 for an unplayable lie in the rough, when I drop my ball it embeds in loose soil. I am entitled to take relief:

A. Yes, Under R25-2, Embedded Ball

B. Yes, under R20-2, Dropping and Re-dropping

C. Yes, if the Local Rule for Embedded Ball Through-the-Green is in effect.

D. No, loose soil does not qualify.

2. My ball has rolled into a sand-filled divot in the middle of the fairway and the ball sits with about 1/3 of it below the surface of the sand. I may take relief under R25-2, Embedded Ball.

A. True

B. False

3. I am taking relief for an embedded ball. I know I must drop the ball as near as possible to the spot where it was embedded. Besides cleaning the ball, I may also repair the embedded ball’s pitch mark before I drop.

A. True

B. False

4. Select the single correct statement

A. When dropping under relief for an embedded ball, if it comes to rest a few inches forward of where it was embedded, the ball is not in play and I should re-drop.

B. I saw my tee ball bounce in the fairway a couple of times. When I reach my ball in the fairway I see it is embedded in a pitch mark. I am entitled to relief under R25-2.

C. I have done the following: I am taking relief under R25-2. The first time I drop my ball, it again embeds. I lift it, clean it again, and drop it a second time. It again embeds. I once more lift and clean my ball and place it as near as possible to the spot where it first touched a part of the course on the second drop even if that spot is a couple inches behind where the ball originally lay embedded. I have proceeded correctly.


Answers

 

1. Answer C is correct. Remember, you get basic R25-2 relief for a ball embedded in its own pitch mark in the ground only in areas cut to fairway height or less (closely mown areas.) In all other areas, like the rough, to be entitled to embedded ball relief, the Local Rule for Embedded Ball Through the Green must be in effect. For those of you who actually looked up the Local Rule for extending Embedded Ball Through the Green (Appendix I, Part B, 4a) you might also have read Exception 1 which does not afford the player relief if his ball is embedded in sand in other than a closely mown area. Think of this as sand you might find in waste areas like at this week’s PGA on Kiawah Island. Loose soil would not be considered sand.

2. The statement is false. This ball is not embedded in its own pitch mark.

3. The statement is false. You must not repair any irregularities of surface prior to dropping the ball including the pitch mark made by your ball. If the ball again imbeds, re-drop. Do repair your pitch mark after you play your stroke as a courtesy to other players.

4. Statement C is correct. Statement A is not correct because even though the ball has rolled nearer the hole and must be re-dropped, it should still be treated as “in play”. Anytime a ball is dropped, it is in play when dropped. Statement B is not correct because the ball is not embedded in is own pitch mark. My ball is in all probability in some other player’s pitch mark as my ball was observed to bounce in the fairway a couple of times. If the ground were soft enough to allow a ball to embed after bouncing a couple of times, it is most likely an area of casual water for which relief is taken under R25-1.

 

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

Carolina Trace - Creek Course 

August 18, 2012

 

Tees by Flight:

Champ: Black Tees; Rating- 73.7; Slope- 132; Yards - 6845          A,B,C, D: Blue Tees; Rating- 71.5; Slope-129; Yardage - 6315    

 

Pos Name Flight Score
1 Holland, Dan CH 74
2 Jewett, Jared CH 76
3 Harp, Chris CH 77
4 Lister, Henry CH 81
5 Falsetto, Tommy CH 83
5 Mann, Anthony CH 83
7 Clarke, Rob CH 84
8 Lankford, Bill CH 85
Pos Name Flight Score
1 Garrett, William A 77
2 Cobb, Mark A 78
3 Crawford, Mike A 81
3 Sample, Gary A 81
3 Yergeau, Jay A 81
6 Mastrucci, Vic A 82
7 Gomez, Robin A 84
8 Almodovar, Cisco A 85
8 Berry, Bill A 85
10 Randall, David A 88
11 Martin, Mike A 89
12 Cook, Spurling A 99
1 Padgett, Russ B 84
2 Marinelli, Steve B 85
3 Adams, Jimmy B 88
3 Kubla, Tom B 88
3 Martin, Greg B 88
3 Slager, Nick B 88
3 Walker, Greg B 88
3 Williams, Scott B 88
9 Jenkins, Pat B 89
10 Harmon, Paul B 91
11 Rilling, Rus B 92
12 Frazier, Jack B 95
13 Flowers, Burt B 96
14 Adamski, James B 99
1 Carlton, Greg C 88
2 Cho, Joe C 90
2 Wilkinson, Bill C 90
4 Lingo, James C 93
5 Eatmon, James C 94
6 Wilkes, Landon C 95
7 Bell, Steven C 97
7 Edwards, Donnell C 97
7 Sears, Johnny C 97
10 Thomas, Mike C 98
11 Davis, Shirral C 102
12 Dauscher, Greg C 107
13 Lech, Henry C 108
1 Schindo, Glenn D 100
2 Kinnard, Issac D 102
3 Wamsher, Mark D 103
4 Arnold, Stewart D 105
5 Tate, Ricky D 110
6 Patterson, Daniel D 112

 

 

 

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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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