News Updates (All Active Members)

Men’s Club News – May Schedule

Sat. 1st Spence’s Game, Four Man team, two low net (Net) *Mixer*
Wed. 5th Men’s Day Out: Golf @ assigned T times, Four Person Team Scramble, 3 Drives per Player; Box Lunch at the Turn
Sat. 8th Four man team, Two best balls, Red, White and Blue, (Net/Gross) *Mixer*
Wed. 12th Individual Game, Beat Your Handicap (Net)
Sat. 15th Spring Handicap
Sun. 16th Spring Handicap
Wed. 19th Individual Game, 9 best holes (Net and Gross)
Sat. 22nd 1,2,3, Four Man Team (Net and Gross) *Mixer*
Sat. 22nd First Matches in 2021 Double Elimination Match Play
Wed. 26th Beat Your Handicap (Net)
Sat. 29th Patriot Day with Flags Open Play
Mon. 31st Memorial Day Couples Event:Golf @ 2:00pm, 18 Hole Shamble, Four Person mixed team, 3 drives per player, (Net Only); Cocktails @ 6:30pm (BYOB); Dinner @ 7:00pm

Men’s Club News: 9 hole division tee times

Hi fellow Golfers:

As you know the CMC Golf Season is here. We have posted the 2021 9-Hole Calendar of Play on the CMC Website. As in past years the regular play days for the 9-Hole Division are Wednesdays and Fridays. The first regular play day is Wednesday, April 7 and the last play day is Wednesday, September 29.

I asked Lindy if she would kindly reserve a few tee times for the CMC members. Lindy has reserved the following tee time slots on Wednesdays and Fridays beginning April 7

9:37, 9:459:5410:0210:1110:1910:2810:36, and10:45. 

You can start making your tee time reservation through the Pro Shop when you are ready to play. If you have any questions, please let me know. I look forward to seeing many of you on the course, let’s have a great golf season.


Men’s Club News – Golf Cart Etiquette

Golf Cart Etiquette and Rules of the Road

If you use a cart on the golf course, be aware of golf cart etiquette and safety. These rules are designed for your safety, and to protect the turf on the fairways and greens.  Golfers on the course will always take precedent over golf carts or walkers travelling on the cart paths. Follow instructions on posted signs.  Avoid driving through roped or staked off areas on the course.

Driving Safety and Care of Turf

  • Keep all carts 30 Feet from all greens and on the cart path by the tee boxes.
  • Keep entire cart (all 4 wheels) on cart path to park by the tee boxes or collars of the green.
  • When possible please observe 90-degree rule when entering fairway.
  • Use common sense and do not drive close to water hazards, grassy mounds, or bunkers.
  • Avoid driving across extreme slopes, slow down when going down or across hills, do not turn when on a slope, and always set the parking brake when parking on a slope.
  • Avoid driving a cart through mud, on or off the fairway.
  • Be careful of driving through casual water on any part of the golf course.
  • Making sharp turns or speeding along in the cart and coming to a sudden stop, can damage the turf grass.
  • For your safety and for the safety of your passenger, do not drive the cart in front of other players in your group or another group.
  • If a golfer is about to swing or attempt a putt, slow down as you approach and stop the cart until the golfer has completed his or her stroke.
  • A “cart-path-only rule” is exactly what it sounds like: Keep your golf cart on the designated cart path at all times. Do not drive onto the grass.

Men’s Club News: Member Directories Now Available

2021 Printed Directories are available in the Club Room of the Pro Shop.  As members contact information changes, or as we gain new members, they will be included on the Men’s Club website in the MEMBERS menu area.

New 18 hole pairing procedures for 2021

The Men’s Club has introduced new 18 hole pairing procedures for Wednesday and Saturday games. The purpose of this change is twofold; 1) to insure that new members or members that seldom play can easily gain a T time to mix with the membership that are willing to mix, and 2) to increase the fairness of team competitions. Read on for a description of these procedures.

Men’s Club News: New local rule regarding drop zones

Amendment to MGC Local Rules (2-9-2021):

During regular Men’s Club play or events, drop zones are not to be used.  Apply the appropriate Rule of Golf drop method for your situation and then play your next shot.  A Penalty of one (1) shot is accrued.
All local rules can be found here on our website.

2020 Men’s Club Awards

Trophies & Awards 2020 Men’s Club

Men’s Club Tournaments and Awards (based on 2020)

Most Improved Golfers

18 Hole:   Plaque ……Andy Schindler

9 Hole: Plaque……Dick Woodfin


Spring Handicap

Overall Champion:   Annual Trophy Update/Plaque….Bruce Stone

1st Flight         1st    Trophy Update, Medal ……. Dave Massing

2nd Flight       1st Trophy Update, Medal……Perry Esterson


27 Hole Match Play

1st Flight

Champion: Medal……Jeff Cummings

2nd Flight

Champion:Medal……Lee Zinsli

3rd Flight

Champion: Medal………..Bill Stout 

4th Flight

Champion: Medal……Al Landis

5th Flight

Champion: Medal….. John Demartino



Club Championship:     

Champion: Annual Trophy Update/Plaque …….Gene Harp

Net Champion:  Annual Trophy Update/Plaque……Jay Lillibridge

1st Flight

Gross 1stMedal……Jim Gibbons

Net  1stMedal……Bill Shevlin, Mark Willett

2nd Flight

Gross 1stMedal …..Al Landis

Net 1st……Alan Southwell.

3rd Flight: 

Gross 1st:  Medal .….Perry Esterson

Net 1st:  Medal……Tom Nielsen



Note:  Awards will be given out at the Pro Shop Saturday morning, Oct.17th  8am -12 noon        

                Questions? Laurin Larsen, 503 804-1200