Saturday, August 30, 2014

Couples 2-Ball
FIRED UP FRIDAY
August 29th, 2014
Results

FRONT 9

T-1st Place
Gene & Sophia Balkovec
Doug & Jean Wade
(31) $17.50 a couple

Al & Mary Ann Miano
John & Pam Connery
(31) $17.50 a couple

3rd Place
Dave & Michele Ryan
Jim & Allison Chiofolo
(32) $10 a couple



PROXIMITY GAMES
Longest Putt #7: Chris Lawrence ($20)

BACK 9

1st Place
Dave Ingalls & Mary Beth Kase
Tom & Cathy Atchison
(32) $20 a couple

2nd Place
Mark & Wendy Graziani
Tim & Sue Truby
(33) $15 a couple

3rd Place
Bill & Ruth Hunt
Patrick & Gloria Rynd
(35) $10 a couple


PROXIMITY GAMES
Longest Putt #16: Gloria Rynd ($15)

Friday, August 29, 2014

Wednesday Ladies
Make Wednesday Work Event
August 28th, 2014

RESULTS

1st Place
Michele Ryan
34 ($15)

2nd Place
Deanne Rine
36 ($10)

3rd Place
Paula Ritterbeck
39 ($5)

Wednesday, August 27, 2014

W.A.D.G.A.
at Rosemont Country Club
August 22nd, 2014

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

Mary Ann Miano
Overall Medalist (78)

Becka Kasapis
1st Low Net in Flight (75)

Glenna Gingo
2nd Low Gross in Flight #3 (94)

Marie Carroll
2nd Low Gross in Flight #4 (101)

Sunday, August 24, 2014

By the time we feel a surge of strong negative emotion (anger, anxiety, nervousness, fear), we’ve already allowed an unwanted thought stream to continue for way too long. We’ve piled up story after unhappy story to a point where our chances of quickly stopping the momentum and power of its strong emotional steam is slim at best (much like trying to stop a train that is racing out of control at 500 miles per hour dead in its tracks).  As obvious as it seems, the best way to control the energy of any negative thought stream is long before the momentum grabs hold and the emotion is felt. Our priority, then, before we hit any shot is to get into a positive state of mind, at which time we give ourselves the best opportunity to sustain the speed of the engine and move it mindfully along the tracks.

-Spirit of Golf

Wednesday, August 20, 2014

Most golfers are looking for different skills to “do” as they improve through practice and play.  We are, after all, taught that effort and action are where the real work takes place.  What we’re saying that is profoundly different is that we create a mind state of “being” first.  It’s not that we don’t take action, but we don’t jump into the action until we are first in a good state of mind. Our “how-we-be” (emotions) become the foundational building block of any action we take, and our doings efficiently and effortlessly orchestrate an inspired level of performance that is beyond compare.   

-Spirit of Golf

Monday, August 18, 2014

ClubCorp Team Championship
Qualifier #1

RESULTS

First Qualifying Team
Bill Midian
Ted Strenkowski
Hubert Hopkins
Jay Penlington

Second Qualifying Team
John Bernhart
Rob Fink
Matt Parks
James Chiofolo

The Second Qualifier in this Saturday!  
Don't miss out on your chance to play Pinehurst!


Saturday, August 16, 2014

Most of us think the reason we believe that something is true is because we have seen its evidence time and again. In reality, the only reason something appears for our viewing pleasure is because we have convinced ourselves of its validity and truth.  Even the golf shot that shows up “randomly” is not as mysterious as we have made it out to be.  Instead, each shot is a physical expression of what we have been consciously or unconsciously energizing and thinking about. What we see is what we first believe and not the other way around. 

- Spirit of Golf

Friday, August 15, 2014

2014 Wadsworth Invitational
1-Day Member Guest

RESULTS

2014 Wadsworth Champions
Dave Ryan
Trent Thompson
(62)

2nd Place
Dan McCoy
Mark Sitko
(63)

3rd Place
Mike Hoffman
Steve Barnes
(64)

4th Place
Rob Fink
Denny Sykes
(65)

5th Place
Dave Ingalls
Joe Skemp
(65)

Proximity Winners
#6 Closest to the Hole: Mike Hoffman
#17 Closest to the Hole: Dick Wilson

Putting Contest Winners
Members: Jim Renzi & Mike Hoffman (11)
Guest: Trent Thompson (10)