CINCO DE PUTT

Cinco De Putt

Come Join the Fun

Thursday, May 2nd

Shotgun 8:30 am

Lunch 12 noon

Taco Bar $20 each

 Mulligans  $2 each

Split – the- Pot ($1 each  6 for $5)

Sign up deadline, Thursday, April 25th 4 PM

(Please place checks in CWGA drawer slot)

Catered by Wilsonville Catering

Special dietary needs?

Call Carole Sletta (503) 694 6312CINCO

Cinco De Putt

Cinco De Putt

Come Join the Fun

Thursday, May 2nd

Shotgun 8:30 am

Lunch 12 noon

Taco Bar $20 each

 Mulligans  $2 each

Split – the- Pot ($1 each  6 for $5)

Sign up deadline, Thursday, April 25th 4 PM

(Please place checks in CWGA drawer slot)

Catered by Wilsonville Catering

Special dietary needs?

Call Carole Sletta (503) 694 6312

Put April 4th on Your Calendar

CWGA 2019 WELCOME BACK BREAKFAST

Thursday, April 4, 2019

Starting at 8:00 a.m. in The Turn

Cost:  $7.00 per person

There is a sign-up sheet in the member room

Put your check in the CWGA slot

RSVP by April 1, 2019

(If you are unable to get to the golf shop email  Jan Holley (jholleytcb@comcast.net) and she will get you signed  up. Just make sure you are paid up by April 1 or you  will not be counted. You can also send your check to Jan at: 8216 S.W. Mariners Drive Wilsonville 97070)

Last Winter Luncheon

Welcome CWGA ladies to our
Last Winter Luncheon
      Our last scheduled winter luncheon is March 21st at 11:30 at The Turn.
Hope to see you there.
We are eager for winter to end and the golf season to begin.
Food choices for the March lunch are:
· BLT (not toasted) *** March “Special of the Day” includes wine/$9.50
– Tuna sandwich
· Turkey cranberry sandwich
· Chicken salad sandwich
· Veggie wrap
· Salad – either tuna or chicken
· Soup of the day….Chicken Gumbo
The cost will be $8 for sandwiches which includes either potato salad or chips.
The Turn will have our orders prepared for us by 11:30.
Your pre-ordered lunch will be on the serving table with your name and dollar amount attached.
All you have to do is go to the counter and pay for your lunch.
******If you prefer to order off the menu or have a special dietary need, you may order AFTER the pre-ordered lunches have been served and paid for.   THANK YOU
    Please email your RSVP to Janet by Monday evening, March 18, with your food choice and if you want potato salad or chips with a sandwich order.  She will submit everyone’s order on the morning of the 19th.
     Please come and mingle with our new members before the start of the upcoming golf season.  We look forward to seeing you on the 21st.
Warmest Regards
Janet Ferguson, Membership Co-Chair, , fergusonjanet@hotmail.com

CWGA 2019  APPROVED LOCAL RULES REVISIONS

MAXIMUM SCORE – For Day’s Play only (does not include CWGA Tournaments), a player’s score for each hole is capped at a maximum of 9 strokes. A player who does not complete a hole (“picks up”) will not be disqualified but will get the maximum score for the hole. Players are encouraged to pick up when they have reached the maximum score. For handicap purposes, a player must post their actual score or, if they pick up and do not complete the hole, must post the most likely score but may not post more than their equitable stroke control (ESC) for the hole.

PENALTY AREAS (Including former water hazards) – A penalty area is any body of water on the course and other parts of the course defined by the Golf Club as a penalty area and shall be played as red staked penalty areas whether marked with a stake or not. If it is known or virtually certain a ball is in the penalty area on any hole, the player has these options, each for one penalty stroke: Take relief under Rule 17.1 or as an extra option, drop the original ball or another ball in the dropping zone only when the dropping zone has been clearly marked by a white circle or tee markers. The dropping zone is a relief area under Rule 14.3. If no dropping zone has been marked, players may only take relief under Rule 17.1.

ADDITIONAL OPTION FOR LOST BALL OR BALL OUT OF BOUNDS – When a player’s ball has not been found or it is known or virtually certain to be out of bounds, the player may drop a ball, for two penalty strokes, in an “appropriately determined relief area” that is in an area between the point where the ball is estimated to have come to rest or gone out of bounds and the edge of the fairway of the hole being played, that is in the general area, and not nearer the hole. But, the player may not use this option if the ball has come to rest in a penalty area, for an unplayable ball, or if the player has played a provisional ball under stroke and distance.

PRACTICE – Rule 5.2b is modified in this way: A player may practice on the competition course before or between rounds.

ABNORMAL COURSE CONDITIONS –

MOWER RUTS – In the general area, areas of deep ruts and damage caused by mower tires are treated as ground under repair from which relief is allowed under Rule 16.1b. Areas of mud which do not have deep mower ruts are not considered ground under repair unless marked as such.

PREFERRED LIES (Winter Rules) – If adverse course conditions make parts of the general area cut to fairway height or less, the Head Golf Professional may determine “preferred lies” or “winter rules” to be in effect to promote fair play or help protect the course. Under this rule, when a player’s ball lies in a part of the general area cut to fairway height or less on any hole, the player may take free relief and play the ball by placing the original ball or another ball no more than 6 inches from the spot of the original ball no nearer the hole. The ball must be placed in the general area and may be cleaned while lifted.

EMBEDDED BALL – In accordance with Rule 16.3 Embedded Ball, when a player’s ball lies anywhere in the general area in its own pitch-mark made as a result of the player’s previous stroke and any part of the ball is below the level of the ground, the ball is determined to be embedded. A ball does not necessarily have to touch soil to be embedded (for example, grass and loose impediments may be between the ball and the soil). The reference point for taking relief is the spot right behind where the ball is embedded. A ball must be dropped in and come to rest within one club-length from the reference point, not nearer the hole and in the general area.

Welcome CWGA ladies to our Winter Luncheons!

We are so excited to get to know all our new members this year and visit with our returning members!  Our next luncheon is on February 21st and will start at 11:30 at The Turn.

Food choices are as follows:

*   Tuna sandwich   *** February “Special of the Day” includes wine/$9.50

*   Turkey cranberry sandwich
*   Chicken salad sandwich
*   Vegie wrap
*   Salad – either tuna or chicken

*    Soup of the day – minestrone

The cost will be $8 for sandwiches which includes either potato salad or chips.  The Turn will have our orders ready for us at 11:30.  You will find your pre-ordered lunch on the serving table with your name and the dollar amount attached.  All you’ll have to do is go to the counter and pay for your lunch.

DUE TO RECENT CHANGES:  If you have not RSVP’ed with your order, prefer to order off the menu, or have special dietary needs, you may order AFTER the pre-ordered lunches have been served and paid for – THANK YOU!

Please email your RSVP to Janet by Monday evening, February 18th, with your food choice and if you want potato salad or chips with a sandwich order.  I will submit everyone’s order on the 19th.

Please come and mingle with our new members before the start of the upcoming golf season.  We look forward to seeing you on the 21st!

RSVP by February 18th  to Janet Ferguson:  fergusonjanet@hotmail.com

Welcome CWGA ladies to our Winter Luncheons!

 

We are so excited to get to know all our new members this year and visit with our returning members!  That’s why we are planning three luncheons: January 17th, February 21st, and March 21st.  Luncheons will start at 11:30 at The Turn.

Food choices are as follows:

  • Turkey cranberry sandwich *** January “Special of the Day” includes wine
  • Roast beef sandwich
  • Chicken salad sandwich
  • Vegie wrap
  • Salad – either tuna or chicken
  • Soup of the day

 

The cost will be $8 for sandwiches which includes either potato salad or chips.  The Turn will have our orders ready for us at 11:30.  You will find your pre-ordered lunch on the serving table with your name and the dollar amount attached.  All you’ll have to do is go to the counter and pay for your lunch.  If you prefer to order off the menu or have special dietary needs, it is recommended that you arrive 15 mins early to place your order.

 

Please email your RSVP to Janet by Monday evening, January 14th, with your food choice and if you want potato salad or chips with a sandwich order.  I will submit everyone’s order on the 15th.

 

Please come and mingle with our new members before the start of the upcoming golf season.  We look forward to seeing you on the 17th!

 

 

Janet Ferguson, Membership Co-Chair, 503-939-6256,fergusonjanet@hotmail.com

Jan Holley, Membership Co-Chair, 503-694-5846, ljholleytc@comcast.net

Jean Czubin, Membership Co-Chair, 503-694-8434, jcczubin@gmail.com

 

VISIT OUR WEBSITE AT:   http://cwga.golfcharbonneau.com

Rules Workshop and Chili Cook-Off

Dear CWGA Members,
The Charbonneau Men’s Golf Club has invited us to join them for two upcoming winter events.
The first is a Rules Workshop on January 22nd, conducted by Jim Gibbons, who will discuss the new rules being introduced this year.
The second is a Chili Cook-off on February 9th. The flyers are attached. We hope anyone wintering at Charbonneau can participate.
Happy New Year!
Cathi McLain
President

CWGA Members

Welcome new and returning CWGA members

 SAVE THESE DATES!

The Membership Committee has several things planned for the coming golf season and hope you will be able to join in as often as possible. In the months of January through March we have our Winter Luncheons once a month.  Winter can feel like a long stretch of time.  Let’s stay connected and get acquainted with our new CWGA members before golf begins.  We meet in The Turn, adjacent to the Pro Shop.  You will receive emailed details when we are closer to the lunches so you can pre-order your meal.

Please calendar all the following dates so you don’t miss a thing!
*   January 17th Winter Luncheon @ 11:30

 *   February 21st Winter Luncheon @ 11:30

 *   March 21st Winter Luncheon @ 11:30

 *   April 2nd is New Member Orientation.  Details for new members will be sent to them directly.
*   April 4th is our Welcome Back Breakfast at 8:00 am. Individual tee times will follow beginning at 9:30 am.

 Details will be sent closer to the event.
We are thrilled you have joined our active and fun group of ladies. Feel free to contact Jan, Jean, or Janet if you have any prospective member names/contact information and we’ll take it from there.

If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to contact one of us.
Warmest regards,

Janet Ferguson, Membership Co-Chair, 503-939-6256

fergusonjanet@hotmail.com

Jan Holley, Membership Co-Chair, 503-694-5846

ljholleytc@comcast.net

Jean Czubin, Membership Co-Chair, 503-694-8434

jcczubin@gmail.com

VISIT OUR WEBSITE AT:

http://cwga.golfcharbonneau.com

CWGA Christmas Gathering

Hosted by President Cathi McLain and VP Joann Linville

Let’s Get Together and Celebrate the Holidays!!

Charbonneau Country Club Dining Room

2:30-4:30 PM on Thursday, Dec. 20th

RSVP: Cathi@mclainco.com

Looking forward to seeing you!

Bring a wrapped “white elephant” golf-type

and a snack or cookies to share.

We will have some wine and holiday beverages

or you can BYO if you prefer

We look forward to seeing everyone

who is hanging around for the winter!

Christmas Gathering