2017 Member Dues remain the same at $65.00 for a single membership and $130 for a family which includes hole-in-one insurance. Hole-in-One drinks should be claimed within 30 days of the event.
Dues must be paid before you will be allowed to post a score or participate in an association golf tournament or league.. Please complete the registration form and return it to the individual listed on the form. Make checks payable to Salmon Creek Golf Association.
Tournament fees remains at $20. It includes skins, prizes, and an association fee.
The Tournament Schedule is complete and similar to last year. Tournament times and format are subject to change so check the Tournament Sign-up Sheets posted in the Pro Shop well in advance of each event. Members are welcome to suggest new tournament formats.
Mid-March, sign-up sheets will be available in the Pro-Shop for:
RDGA Tournament schedule will be posted in the Pro Shop and is available on-line at www.rdga.org. Tournament sign up can be completed on-line. If you have questions contact Glenn Smith or Sue Gay, our RDGA Representatives.
WRDGA Tournament schedule and sign up will be available on-line at www.wrdga.org. Our WRDGA Representative, Kathy Schuth will keep the ladies updated.
2017 Committee Chairmen are listed below; please contact them if you would like to be a part of a committee.
Golf Rules Committee
Tournament and GHIN Coordinator
After 4/15 please call: 585-247-4724
Glenn Smith or Sue Gay
Glenn Phone: 585-269-6483
Sue Phone: 585-964-3044
Glenn Email: email@example.com
Sue Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
The “Get Acquainted Gathering” will be held on March 30th at 6:30 p.m. at the Club House. A $5 fee will get you pizza, beer or pop and a perfect opportunity to socialize, sign up for league and tournaments, and meet new members.
Salmon Creek Local Rules are available in the Pro Shop at the computer desk. Information about posting scores and our slow play policy are listed below.
Winter Rules means Lift/Clean/Place
The posting of course conditions / rules for play is decided by:
It is important that you post your score (ESC adjusted) after each round and identify if the score is from another course, a 9-hole score, or a tournament score. If you have any problems posting scores please see the personal in the Pro Shop. If a player fails to post an acceptable score at their earliest opportunity after completion of the round, the Handicap Committee will take action according to the rules posted on the bulletin board. The Committee will be monitoring tournament, league, and Sunday Box scores.
The following are acceptable scores to be posted for handicap posting purposes:
The program to address slow play will be continued this year. In short, members of a group failing to maintain an appropriate pace will receive a warning the first time. If there is another instance of slow play they will be asked to play at the end of the tournament. We understand that some groups will play faster than others, but everyone should be able to keep a pace of 4 ½ hours or better under good conditions.
Judy Schuth, President
Jack Schuth, 1st VP
Kevin Wayda, 2nd VP
Kathy Schuth, 3rd VP
Diane Abel, Secretary
Allen Nash, Treasurer
David Oakes, Director
Len Petitti, Director
John Gay, Director