PRESIDENT'S COLUMN - Nov 2017
Well, the golf club season has ended and I want to thank you all for a fantastic year. We had a great schedule and good turnout at most of the outings.
Congratulations to Steve Oase for regaining The Golfer of the Year (GOTY).
You can check out the GOTY standings by clicking the button on the left side of the PSEA Golf Club website . You can also take the opportunity to renew your membership for 2018 by clicking the Join/Renew Online! button.
Don’t forget that you can communicate with the directors online by using the Comments and Suggestions button. The directors will be meeting on December 8th to discuss possible changes for the 2018 season. If you have ideas, let us know!
We will be sending out prize checks very soon. You can see your prize money detail by clicking on your GOTY point total in the GOTY standings.
We have another fantastic line up of courses to play next year. The schedule should be showing up online very soon.
We have enough signed up for the Mesquite, Nevada trip (February 25th – March 1st) and we can still accommodate more. Those that have committed are listed below. If you are interested in joining us please send me your deposit of $400. We will be playing at the Falcon Ridge, Casablanca Golf Club and Oasis Golf Club – The Palmer courses:
Rooms are reserved at the Casablanca Resort Casino and the group price for four nights single occupancy and three rounds of golf is $795. The price for double occupancy is $660. This includes a welcome southwestern appetizer buffet and flight prizes of $75, $65 and $55 and CTP prizes on all par 3s with payouts for three places of $50, $40 and $30. There will be no low gross prizes for these rounds and GOTY points will not be awarded. Make your deposit payment to me not to the PSEA Golf Club. My mailing address is below. You are responsible for your own transportation to and from Mesquite.
I hope you have a safe and enjoyable holiday season!
3240 Camino Colorados
Lafayette, CA 94549
USGA Rules of Golf Section 1
The Spirit of the Game
Golf is played, for the most part, without the supervision of a referee or umpire. The game relies on the integrity of the individual to show consideration for other players and to abide by the Rules. All players should conduct themselves in a disciplined manner, demonstrating courtesy and sportsmanship at all times, irrespective of how competitive they may be. This is the spirit of the game of golf.