Sunday, September 28, 2014

The deeper part of who we already are knows that most of what we think of as reality can be perceived a million different ways – after all, there are billions of differing viewpoints on the planet. With a stubborn, opinionated, fearful mind, we lose much of our ability to see things in a new, more objective and powerful light. We keep attracting the same old stuff, not because we don’t want something new and improved, but because we haven’t figured out a way to imagine things outside our current comfy box. 

- Spirit of Golf

Thursday, September 25, 2014

Wednesday Ladies Closing Day
September 24th, 2014
ABCD Scramble

1st Place
Mary Ann Miano
Michele Ryan
Monica Milosivic
26 - ($10 Each)

2nd Place
Deanne Rine
Amy Dawley
Judy Milan
Linda Thorson

Sunday, September 21, 2014

2014 Men's 
Senior Club Championship
September 20th & 21st

Congratulations to our 
2014 Men's Senior Club Champion
Mark Guadagni 
(71-73=144) $100

Congratulations to our 
2014 Men's Senior Net Club Champion
Bob Faller
(69-64=133) - $100

Complete Results

Ages 50-59
1st Low Gross - Al Miano (77-79=156) $80
2nd Low Gross - Mark Forman (82-76=158) $60
3rd Low Gross - Terry Porto (81-78=159) $40
4th Low Gross - Drew Patterson (79-81=160) $20

1st Low Net - Rob Mains (73-65=138) $80
2nd Low Net - Steve Cochrane (69-71=140) $60
3rd Low Net - Abe Newman (72-73=145) $40
T-4th Low Net - Bill Finnegan (75-73=148) $10
T-4th Low Net - Ed Ruper (74-74=148) $10

Ages 60 & Up
1st Low Gross - Ron Helon (76-82=158) $80
2nd Low Gross - Ric Haury (82-81=163) $60
3rd Low Gross - Phil Howren (87-77=164) $40
4th Low Gross - Rich Broda (83-84=167) $20

1st Low Net - Gene Urban (70-66=136) $80
2nd Low Net - Bob Wolf (72-67=139) $60
3rd Low Net - Ed Cornell (72-69=141) $40
4th Low Net - Richard Sharnsky (70-72=142) $20

Saturday, September 20, 2014

As we learn to acclimate to positive emotions and how wonderful they feel, we find ourselves increasingly unwilling to tolerate unhappiness again (we don’t like feeling bad for any other reason than it feels bad to feel bad).  We taste the sweetness of feeling happy and joyful more of the time, and we begin to do everything within our power to keep the energy flowing from moment to moment and day to day.  Of course this doesn’t mean we are in a great mood all the time.  The quest for joy becomes so dominant within us, however, that we do whatever it takes to keep ourselves in a good emotional space.  We no longer allow conditions outside our control –including golf shots – to negatively affect our attitudes and moods, since there can no longer be a moment in which we’ll want to live other than in a deeply centered and peaceful way.

-Spirit of Golf

Tuesday, September 16, 2014

Silver Lake Country Club
Lifestyle Series T-Shirts
Buy One Get One Free!

Saturday, September 6, 2014

It can seem like we have our emotions in a solid feeling space when we are on the practice range and the nervousness is not turned to hi. On the other hand, most of us have lived first-hand how quickly this mind state can change as we head to the course to play or compete. It is only by learning to deliberately identify and practice how we want to feel when we are calm and centered that we have access to a skill set to tap into when it is required. The time to practice the emotional work is long before any negative momentum is creeping into our games, which really means long before we throw ourselves into “the scene of the crime.”  

- Spirit of Golf

Wednesday, September 3, 2014

Congratulations to our very own 
Glenn Cunningham
on his 3rd Place finish at the 
Northern Ohio PGA 
Assistant Professional Championship!

Shawnee Country Club, Lima:  Glenn went down on Monday to get a first look at the mysterious Shawnee CC and played a very rewarding practice round.  Mother Nature ended up giving the event a break as storm rolled through early Tuesday morning giving way to clear skies for the 36 holes of golf to be played that day.  

Round one was very much a test of patience for Glenn as he found himself 2 over through 14 holes.  Back to back birdies on his 15th and 16th hole of the round (holes 6 & 7) and he was right back to even for the tournament.  He bogeyed 8, but finished strong with another birdie on 9 finishing Even Par after round one which featured 6 birdies and 6 bogeys.  

After an inspirational text from Joe, Glenn was ready to go low in round two.  He opened round two with a birdie on #1, but gave it back on #4.  Another birdie and bogey on the front 9, left Glenn still at even par for the event through 27 holes.  

Glenn made the turn and turned the jets on!  He birdied the 10th hole to get under par and didn't stop there.  After a par on the 11th he rattled off two birdies in a row on 12 and 13 to get to 3 under for the tournament.  Playing alongside the eventual champion, Mike Stone, Glenn knew he was right in the mix.  Another birdie at the par 5 16th got Glenn to within 1 of the lead.  

Although he was not able to birdie either of the last two holes to get into a playoff, a bogey free back nine 32 gave Glenn a solo 3rd place finish and a birth in the PGA of America's National Assistant's Championship in Port St. Lucie Florida!