Email any of the ladies below by double clicking on her name.
Chair - Linda Henderson
Every year at the Closing Day meeting, you are compensated in cash for every birdie you make on CWGA Wednesdays. This can
build to a substantial amount, so you want to be sure you are accurate in recording your birdies.
There will be a Birdie Box on the counter in the Ladies Locker Room that will contain a small white form for you to fill out your name,
date, hole number and a line for a person who played in your group to attest to your birdie. Once completed, place the form back in
the FRONT of the box. Do not file it. Please try to do this on the day your make your birdie.
In order to fill our Birdie Tree on the wall, there will be a bowl with a cute little blue bird for you to write your name and hole
number on it and then hang it on the Birdie Tree.
To avoid any misunderstandings, a birdie is one under par on any hole. A birdie can only be recorded if it is a natural birdie.
That means, if you are playing in a scramble, it must be your drive, your approach shot(s) and your putt for it to be counted as a birdie.
If you have any questions, please contact me by clicking on my name listed above.
Chip-ins - a voluntary and informal sidebar to our weekly games.
Chair - Judy Clearihue
- Chip-ins will be handled as they were last year. If you wish to participate in the chip-in pool this season you must forward your check for $20 to Barb Southwick, Treasurer, prior to Opening Day.
- Chip-Ins must be recorded on the date of play only.
The Chip-Binder will be located in the dining room immediately after play is completed. To record your chip-in, record your name and the hole(s) where you had a chip-in.
- Winnings for chip-in(s) will be paid on Closing Day!
- Remember, you don't have to be a long ball hitter to have a chip-in!
Historian & Photographer - Eileen Skultety
Rules - Donna Gagnon
Sunshine & Welcome - Margot Doherty
Website - Jean Waller