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PJMGA Stableford Tourney Results August 23, 2015
After his Second Flight PJMGA Club Championship win (1st Gross - $300), plus a Skin ($132), that vaulted Joe Irwin into 1st place on the PJMGA Money List, Dennis Paulauski wins a combined Gross Skin ($134) & Net Skin ($400) at The Stableford Tourney on hole #8, making his $534 total Skin winnings the highest for 2015, and putting him in 1st place on the PJMGA Money List. Mike Morehead (1st Gross) and Cliff Craig (1st Net) win The Stableford Championship Flight, each with 25 gross points, the highest gross point total in the field of 98 players. Morehead and Craig also won gross Skins ($134) with Morehead scoring an eagle on hole #4 and Craig a birdie on hole #14. Congratulations to flight winners Ray Robinson and Greg Duncan (T-1st Flight Gross), Mike Luoma (1st Flight Net), Manny Bradley (2nd Flight Gross), Chris Webb (2nd Flight Net), Troy Kelly (3rd Flight Gross), and Bob Guthrie and Gerald Lopez (T-3rd Flight Net). Mike Luoma still holds the single-tournament total combined winnings record with $590 after placing 3rd Gross in the 2nd Flight ($150) at the PJMGA Club Championship and winning Gross and Net Skins worth $440, beating out Darrell Dafoe who won a combined $510 also at the Club Championship. The PJMGA Money List is updated with The Stableford Tourney. Results are also posted. - DK

Other Important Dates August 3, 2015
Fall aeration for the Prairie is August 27th and 28th. The City Championship (Valley Hi) is September 5th, 6th and 7th. Fall aeration for the Peak & Plains is September 8th, 9th and 10th. The City Two Man (PJ) is September 26th and 27th. The Survivor Tournament is October 3rd. - BL

Gates Open August 3, 2015
August 17 - Gates open 7:00am. August 31 - Gates open 7:30am. September 14 - Gates open 8:00am.

A message from the Board. "While we're young!!!" April 4, 2014
Have you ever reached #13 in tournament play and 3 foursomes are waiting ahead of your group? Good time for a 45 minute lunch break! What is the best way to speed up tournament play? Good question. Maybe some modification to rule 27 (Ball Lost Or Out Of Bounds; Provisional Ball) would be needed. The USGA’s own add campaign “While we’re young” puts the blame of slow play on individual golfers but during tournament play the major backups happen because of the needed adherence to the USGA's rule #27. What can we do about this? Not much. This rule is not going to be changed anytime soon and it is arguable whether it should be changed. However here is what we can do. When appropriate, don't hesitate to play a "Provisional Ball". Rule 27 allows you to play a provisional ball when you think your ball might be out of bounds or lost outside of a hazard or if you are not certain which hazard the ball might be lost in. This time saving measure of the rule gives you a lot of discretion but tends to be under-utilized. By all means, when appropriate play a provisional. Always be aware of the group ahead of you. If you fall out of position mention it to your group. If there are certain players that don’t speed up, mention it again. Here are some other time savers. Strictly adhere to a 5 minute search for lost balls. Players with riding carts should transport walkers back to play from the previous spots when needed. Always play “Ready Golf”. It is the policy of this association to play “Ready Golf” at all times. Beyond that the key to faster rounds lie with each individual player. No one thinks that they are a slow player yet this association has many slow players. Take a look at the speed of your play. Any effort to speed up your play this tournament season is greatly appreciated by the entire association.

Pro Shop Web Site July 18, 2011
Your favorite golf pros at Patty Jewett have launched a web site for your shopping pleasure. Now you can shop the pro shop from the comfort of your office or home. The site is Click here to check out their site.

Patty Rules Page May 28, 2011
Check out June's "Patty Rules" submission. Do you know every rule that pertains to Loose Impediments? Well we have scoured the rules book to compile a comprehensive understanding of what can and can’t be done with goose poop. Don’t miss this one! Here is the link.

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