December 11, 2014

PCGA Championship - Timber Creek - December 13

PCGA Championship
Timber Creek - Spanish Fort, AL
December 13, 2014
11:00 1st tee time
$55 (includes usual)
MAJOR EVENT
FINAL MAJOR FORMAT (points race highest to lowest)


Due to the two divisions of Seniors and Regulars we have split the Seniors and Regulars.  However we have maintained the Year to Date Points Race format.  
The Seniors will go out first followed by the Regulars.

At this time, we are planning to have the Seniors play from the Member tee (indicated by a circle on the white and or blue tee) and the Regular guys play exclusively from the Blue Tee.

Pace of play will be of utmost importance Saturday.  We are asking each group to play READY GOLF.  Drop off your cart partner at his ball with his clubs, then go to your ball. (Example: do not sit in the cart while your cart partner hits a shot and then drive 10-30 yards to your ball to check yardage and go through your pre shot routine)  

Pairings for Saturday



Player
YTD pts
HDCP
11:00
Keith Acton
390
16.9

Bob Hudson
353
10.8

Mike Brothers
332
14.5




11:08
Joe Thornton
317
21.8

Rip Mallini
313
18.9

Ron Walsh
303
8.1




11:16
Joe Downey
274
15.0

John Sanders
150
18.4

Garry Lively
96
26.9




11:24
Kipp Bedford
513
7.7

Van McInnis
475
9.2

Kevin Phllips
461
12.0

Keith Acton Jr
458
16.0




11:32
Denny Mecsko
413
8.3

Trey Atkins
411
15.7

Frank Lilley
394
10.1

Cary Phillips
383
11.8




11:40
Steve Winn
379
13.3

Brian Ivey
363
13.5

Mel Parnell
344
10.6

Keith Roberts
327
14.9




11:48
Matt Waters
316
11.0

Jason Downey
G
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Ron Norris
294
13.0

Patrick McKenna
248
24.2

November 20, 2014

PCGA Championship - December 13 - Sign up & Request

PCGA Championship
Timber Creek
December 13, 2014
11:00 1st tee time
$55 (includes usual)
MAJOR EVENT
FINAL MAJOR FORMAT (points race highest to lowest)


Guys we know this very early for sign up but we are running into a tight spot for December.  With the days getting shorter and our starting time almost noon, we need a few things from everyone.   

First: 
We need to start getting a list together of who is planning to play.  
This post will serve as the sign up.

Second:
For those planning to play we need to make sure everyone is aware 
of the pace of play.  We will really REALLY need to play ready golf.  
MUST PLAY READY GOLF.  


Lastly UPDATED:
Timber Creek has agreed to back us up to an 11:00 first tee time.  This should provide us plenty of time to get everyone on the course in order and completed before dark.  We will no longer be using a shotgun start for this event.  We will go out in tee time order based on the points race.


Let us know if you plan to play by leaving a comment on this post:

Yes - I plan to attend (your name).

No - I cannot make this event (your name).   

November 7, 2014

November Event - Springhill Golf Course


Keith Action Jr. shot a final round 70.7 to claim his 2nd PCGA Event at Springhill Golf Course Saturday. Action Jr, along with Trey Atkins, were the only players to break par for the day. Atkins carded a 71.9 for 2nd, Kipp Bedford shot 72.3, finished 3rd and Bob Hudson finished 4th with a 72.4 net. 
 
Bedford took the lead on the points race with one event left at 513. Van McInnis dropped to 2nd with 475, Kevin Phillips stayed in 3rd..., with 461. Keith Action Jr. is 4th with 458, and Denny Mecsko climbed back into the top 5 with 413. 382. I will post possible scenario's later in the week.

Atkins recorded his 2nd - 2nd place finish. Congrats. Remember, Nobody remembers who finishes 2nd but the guy that finishes 2nd!

Brian Ivey hit it close on the front nine to claim the cash, $20 that is. Keith Action hit close on the back nine to claim the 8 valuable race points. Tom Emmons still leads the race for the most closest with 3. Ferritto and Walsh are only 1 back. 
 
Money Title is still wide open. Ivey and Action Jr lead with $150. McInnis is 3rd with $130. Kevin Phillips 4th with $110 and Frank Liley and Matt Waters are tied for 5th with $100 each. With the last tournament a major, money is double so still a lot can change.
  
Bedford was the low man of the day with a 80. Springhill defenses were up. The greens keeper must have gotten a speeding ticket on the way to work today. Some of the pin placements were almost impossible to play from above the hole. We here love the fast greens. This is what makes this course a favorite on the PCGA. 
 
Next up, the PCGA returns to Timber Creek Golf Course for the last tournament of the 2014 PCGA season. Double points and double money are at stake. The PCGA Championship is the tournament, the last Major of the year. How will it all unfold. 
 
PCGA Staff