May 2019 Newsletter
The Texas Hold’em championship was on Friday March 11th, and the 2018 Champion was Dean Webber, along with in 2ND-Jim Munsterman, 3RD-Kevin Robbins, 4TH-Steve Lampe and 5TH-Rodney Hunter. Well done guys!
On April 13th there were 22 participants who were paired with a pro from the Masters. Heading up the field was Ted Weaver shooting a score of 65. The next best scores of 66’s were Jim Webb, Richard Webber, Jack Nigh, Garry Hook and Amy Weaver.
There were 15 participants on Sunday, April 14th with Garry Hook, Terry Salmon and Craig Propst leading the way with scores of 66. Jeff Ehrman and Herman Nitsche followed with scores of 67. Congrats to the winners!
You still have time to purchase raffle tickets to win $300 cash and clubhouse, pool and tennis court membership valued at $570. Already a CCC member, get the $570 off your 2019 dues. Drawing will be held after Memorial Day tournament and you do not have to be present to win. Tickets are just $10 each.
The Easter Open tournament was a great success. There were 12 teams entered and some wonderful Easter baskets for the auction which generated $1,704. Thank you to all that participated.
Ready to celebrate Cinco de Mayo day? A four person scramble Par 3 tournament is planned for 1:00pm at the Clinton County Club. CCC Members entry fee is $20 and Non-Members is $25. The course of play will be par 3s “backwards” with a meal served after of three tacos, chips and salsa included. Sign-up your team in the pro shop or just sign up and you will be placed on a team. For more information please contact Sherry Crites.
We would like to say thank you to Steve and Annie King, Jack and Debbie Ehrman, Sherry Crites, Sally Rude, Jeff Ehrman, Jeff Stone, Kevin Robbins, Richard Webber, Garry Hook and Ron Cook for their donations towards chemicals and working on the landscape areas. Also, we would like to thank Carol Phillips and Larry McBride for the purchase and installation of the new clean air system in the bar area.
The Windsor Golf Team hosted the Class 1, District 3 Tournament at the Clinton Country Club on Monday, April 29, 2019. There were 11 schools and 41 golfers that competed with Windsor (379) finishing on top for the second year in a row. Lockwood (392) was 2nd and Lincoln (394) was third. Windsor also had four golfers receive All District (Top 15) and they were Tucker Williams 83, Tim Spear 98, Drew Nichols 99, and Camden Fowler 99. Jake Wheatley scored a 106. Coaches are Wendy Daugherty and Jack Daugherty.
Rodney Hunter has asked that all golfers stay on the cart paths as much as possible, and not to pull off by greens. He says a little exercise is good! Rodney has blue flags for special cases. And, PLEASE do not hit into workers. They are trying to stay out of the way.
Help keep the country club beautiful! Please dispose of all cigarette butts in a receptacle and not throw them down on the ground either on the course or around the clubhouse. Thank you!
MAY GOLF COURSE SCHEDULE
WED. 1ST-LADIES BACK 9 1:00 PM
FRI. 3RD- COURSE CLOSED 9:00 AM--3 MAN SR.
FRI. 3RD- COUPLES FRONT 9 CLOSED 6:00PM
SUN. 5th-PAR 3 BACKWARDS COURSE CLOSED 1:00 PM
MON. 6th-FRONT 9 CLOSED 5:00 PM ( ELKS )
TUES. 7TH-SENIORS WITH COLE CAMP ,COURSE CLOSED 9:00 AM
WED. 8TH-LADIES FRONT 9 1:00 PM
FRI. 10TH-COUPLES FRONT 9 CLOSED 6:00 PM
TUES. 14th-SENIORS - FRONT 9 CLOSED 9:00-11:00 AM
WED. 15TH-LADIES BACK 9 1:00 PM
THURS. 16TH-FRONT 9 CLOSED 5:30 PM
FRI. 17TH-COUPLES FRONT 9 CLOSED 6:00 PM
TUES. 21ST-SENIORS WITH MULES NATIONAL ,COURSE CLOSED 9:00 AM
WED. 22ND-LADIES FRONT 9 1:00 PM
FRI. 24TH- COUPLES FRONT 9 CLOSED 6:00 PM
SAT. 25TH- - MEN'S FREE TOURNEY--COURSE OPEN ( DETAILS IN CLUBHOUSE )
SUN. 26TH-CLUB SCRAMBLE- COURSE CLOSED, 1:00 PM
TUES. 28TH -SENIORS-BACK 9 CLOSED 9:00-11:00 AM
WED. 29th -LADIES INVITATIONAL - COURSE CLOSED 8:30 AM
FRI. 31st - COUPLES FRONT 9 CLOSED 6:00 PM
As always, if you have suggestions or ideas for promoting the club and bringing in new members, please contact me at 660-351-2184 and/or contact any board member.
Kenny Goth, President