Sunday, July 27, 2014

Couples 2-Ball
July 25th, 2014


1st Place
Mike & Lynn Clancy
Dave Ingalls & Mary Beth Kase
(32) $15 a couple

T-2nd Place
Bob & B.J. Faller
Mark & Kathrin Forman
(34) $5 a couple

Mike & Ginny Hoffman
Mike & Joanne Shaw
(34) $5 a couple

Chris & Dawn Burrows
Carl & April Moore
(34) $5 a couple

Longest Putt #7: Carl Moore ($15)


1st Place
Jay & Carolee Penlington
Larry & Mrs. Valentine
(35) $15 a couple

T-2nd Place
Dave & Michele Ryan
Rob & Kitty Sekol
(36) $7.50 a couple

Jeff & Holly Kirkner
Mike Rasor & Laura Luciano
(36) $7.50 a couple

Longest Putt #16: Dave Ryan ($15)

Wednesday, July 23, 2014

W.A.D.G.A. Championship
at Westfield Group Country Club
July 14th-16th, 2014

Congratulations to the following Silver Lake Members on their great play!

Ashley Olivier
1st Low Net in Championship Flight (222)

Deanne Rine
1st Low Net in Flight #3 (150)

Monday, July 21, 2014

There cannot be a happy ending to an unhappy journey. In other words, the destination can never be more satisfying than we have made the journey (process) feel step-by-step along the way. We are fooling ourselves by thinking that any victory is going to appease for very long an unhappy mind. What we energize internally through the stories we tell ourselves is what we are going to eventually experience and see, which is another way of saying that we bring ourselves with us wherever we go. 

-Spirit of Golf

Friday, July 18, 2014

at Ohio Prestwick Country Club
July 11th, 2014

Congratulations to the following Silver Lake Members on their great play!

Marita Sladky
2nd Low Gross in Flight #2 (90)

Amy Dawley
T-3rd in FLIGHT #4 (75)
Our attention to it not happening quickly enough is what keeps pushing it away.  In other words, the emotional vibration of impatience is what keeps us bouncing back and forth between mind states of belief and disbelief – sort of like a two steps forward, two steps backwards kind of approach. We can have the greatest talent on the planet, but before long an impatient mind will find a way to create a tension-filled urgency that locks up the body with resistance – at which time we grind even harder, become more impatient when we don’t see immediate improvement, get more frustrated, work even harder, and on and on.  While often easier said than done, the solution is to detach, chill, and go with “the flow,” at which time we vibrate internally with an energy that brings (allows) everything to our performance that was patiently waiting to express itself once we learned to get out of our own way.

- Spirit of Golf

Wednesday, July 16, 2014

The 2014 Ladies
Diamond Derby
July 22nd, 2014
Format: ABC 2 Best Balls of 3 NET

Get your Parimutuel Tickets 
in the Golf Shop for your favorite team
Proceeds to benefit the SLCC Scholarship Fund 
Deadline for purchase tickets is 
Tuesday, July 22nd at 8:00 AM

Saturday, July 12, 2014

How far do you
REALLY hit your 7 Iron?

How often do you hit the green with it?

Answer these questions and much more with
Now Available in the Pro Shop
Retail Price: $300
Member Price: ASK IN PRO SHOP!

Thursday, July 10, 2014

There is not enough action we can take to compensate for an unhappy mind. Try though we may to divert ourselves from core feelings of unhappiness with action, conditions, and stuff, we return before very long to a mind state that continues to push what we want away. It is why the perfectionist with the perfect swing, body, and equipment keeps finding a way to sabotage performance time and again. In effect, we take ourselves with us wherever we go. 

-Spirit of Golf