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2014 April Florida Scramble - RESULTS

2014 April Florida Scramble - RESULTS

To All Participants in today's RHGC Tournament, Thank You for your support and cooperation. It was a pretty challenging day out there with wind gust as much as 40 kilometer/hour. The morning and the afternoon rounds were not spared. But through it all, I know that everyone had a great time with friends and hopefully, have made new ones along the way.

2014 Oilman's Golf Tournament - RESULTS

Ladies and Gentlemen,

Attached are the results of the 2nd Annual RHGC Oilman’s Golf Tournament which was held on April 11th, 2014.

At this time we want extent our heartfelt thanks for all of you that participated with a Sponsoring team or an Aramco sponsored team, we truly hope that you enjoyed playing in the event as well as the dinner and awards/social which took place just after dinner at El Chico’s.

From the Grounds and Rules Director

308 Winter Rules no longer in effect

RHGC members, please be advised that as of 4 p.m. Monday April 7th, winter rules are no longer in effect and players must play the ball as it lies on all fairways.

 

Insecticide Treatment

Please take note of upcoming yearly maintenance – insecticide treatment – that will affect course availability:

  • April 21–24: Front nine will be closed in the morning and early afternoon, with tee times available after 4 p.m.
     
  • April 28–May 1: Back nine will be closed in the morning and early afternoon, with tee times available after 4 p.m.

2014 Ladies Spring Eclectic

All Ladies’ Spring Eclectic Tournament - April 4-16

Nine holes – New Golfers Encouraged

All lady members of the RHGC are invited to participate in the first-ever Spring Eclectic Tournament!

Learn Golf in a Week - Starting Sunday 25th May 2014

LEARN GOLF IN A WEEK

295 Learn Golf In A Week !

Rolling Hills Golf Club is delighted to introduce all beginners and newcomers into the game of golf, "Golf in a week" is an indepth programme covering all you need to know to get you out on the course enjoying this great game !

 

ALL IN A FUN AND RELAXED ATMOSPHERE !

One week is all it takes to get you from complete beginner to playing the golf course.

Golf Course Safety Initiatives

Fellow Members:

In an attempt to mitigate, and hopefully eliminate, the ongoing problem of pedestrian traffic on the golf course involving non-members, we are requesting your assistance in reporting of problematic situations. The main area of concern is the immediate vicinity around the restaurant El Chico’s, with patrons and children utilizing the area around the ninth green. This is a serious safety concern that needs to be monitored. There have been other reports of other violations throughout the course with non-members using the course for purposes other than golf (i.e. running, biking), or of non-members actually playing the course without permission. The Rolling Hills Golf Course Executive Board would like to bring this concern to the attention of Community and Recreation Services to hopefully determine a course of action for an effective and safe resolution to the problem.

Wrap that air hose back on the hanger

 

The Grounds and Rules Director has noticed that our members are not taking care to re-wrap the air hose on the hanger after use. Leaving the hose on the ground damages the valve.

This is why the air hose is often not working. So please, after use, or if you see the hose on the ground, please re-wrap it on the hanger.

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Tuesday Morning Ladies Golf

This league is open to anyone who is a member of Rolling Hills Golf Club. There is no fee to belong to TMLG.

Green fees may be paid annually or on any given day. If you bring a friend to try us out, she can just pay one-time green fees at the cashier’s window.

We meet every Tuesday morning from 7.15 a.m. onwards inside the Clubhouse.

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Signing up

Please let us know if you intend to play on a given day by sending an email to Melissa Ross at: chuck_h_ross@hotmail.com

Pace of Play Etiquette

Here are some great pace-of-play etiquette rules to help everyone speed up play. These are practical suggestions we all should be thinking about.

Establishing the good etiquette habit of being ready to play when it is your turn is easy to do. By doing so, you will never feel rushed to play your shot and you will always play at an acceptable pace.

  1. Be Ready to Play - Your tun begins when the golfer playing before you strikes their ball. When are first in the rotation, your turn begins when the group in front has fully cleared.
  2. Golf Gloves - Put your glove on before your turn, not during your turn. Same for taking it off.
  3. Distance - Determine distance before your turn. Time spent calculating distance during your turn (ie using a range finder) can delay your group.
  4. Club Selection - Choose your club before it's your turn to play.
  5. Putting - Begin to determine the line of the putt before it's your turn. If you must read the putt from the other side of the hole, please do this (whenever possible) before your turn.
  6. Practice Swings - Who needs them... If you must take a pratice swing, please take no more than two. You are taking way too long if you take more. The USGA suggests only one practice swing max.
  7. Golf Carts - Do not site idly in your cart before your turn. Ride or walk to your ball without delay. Sitting in your cart watching your partner hit when you should be preparing to play will slow your group down.
  8. Errant / Lost Shots - Use good judgement and be considerate. If you're not in a tournament, and you're having one of those rounds, do everything you can to speed up pace. Take a penalty after a quick search, or pick up when reaching your max handicap score.
  9. Play from the Appropriate set of Tees - Please consider the set  of tees your group chooses to play. Teeing it forward will help play on pace, and increase enjoyment.
  10. Ready Golf - If no one in your group is ready to play and you are, please go ahead and take your turn.

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