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Churn Creek Golf Association


"Where fun and golf are always in play"


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 Since February 8,  2008

CCGA Publications          http://ccgagolfredding.com        Volume 04 - April-  2018




NCGA Four Ball Net Event

Saturday April 14, 2018
Two man 1 best ball. Entry Fee $30.00 
Free Lunch is provided.
18 hole competition Top Team advances. 
Tee time 8:30 am.

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Next CCGA Board Meeting:
At Churn Creek Golf Course
Saturday (after String and Throw)
June 2, 2018











2018 Tentative Events schedule. All dates are confirmed but are subject to change due to unforeseen circumstances. 



NEXT UP
 


4/14/18 NCGA Four Ball Net Event (2 man 1 best ball) Entry Fee $30.00 18 hole competition. Top Team advances. Tee time 8:30 am. Free Lunch is provided.

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5/5/18 - Devil Ball Tournament Players will be divided into three man teams. This is a 9 hole event. Entry Fee is$16.00. Free Lunch is provided.

6/2/18 - String & Throw CCGA Tournament 9 hole event. Entry fee $16.00 Free Lunch is provided. Tee Time 8:30am

7/7/18 NCGA Senior Four Ball Net (2 man/1 best ball) 18 hole event, Entry fee $25.00 Free Lunch is provided Tee Time 8:00am

7/21/18 - AWAY Trip - Fall River    First Tee 9:00am, $53.00 per man includes cart. CCGA tournament entry fee $12.00.

8/11/18 NCGA Net Am (individual stroke play event) two players will advance. Entry fee $30.00.  18 hole event. Free Lunch is provided.  Tee Time 8:00am

8/25/18 - Alternate Shot/Chapman Format 18 hole event at Churn Creek. Entry fee is $16.00 Free Lunch is provided

9/15/16 - 9/16/17 - Club Championship a two day event for Saturday 9/15  and Sunday 9/16 . Club Champ, Open Net Champ, Senior Club Champ, Senior Net Champ, and if enough participants in Super Senior Net.  Club Champ- open gross score, and Open Net champ will win 2019 NCGA/CCGA dues paid in addition to credit voucher for Churn Creek Golf Course.  Entry fee $40.00 Free Lunch is provided both days.

10/6/2018 - NCGA Zone Qualifier for 2019 team.
This will be played as four ball with (two man 1 best ball) 2 man teams joining together to advance to the next level of competition. .  Entry Fee is $30.00 per man.  Free Lunch is provided.


10/27/17 AWAY - Tierra Oaks First Tee time 9:45am. Cost $39.00 includes cart and warm up balls. CCGA tournament entry fee $12.00


11/24/17 Toys for Kids 9 hole event with free lunch. Entry is fee $15.00 Either 4 man scramble, blind draw or 1 man scramble tentative.   Toy collection will run from November 24 and will run through December 7th. Drop spot in the clubhouse at Churn Creek. Free Lunch is provided to everyone that donates a toy, food or cash.




CCGA Special Links Directory

Here is a convenient directory to all our links for CCGA members to browse. Take a moment to check it all out. Everything you need to know regarding this Association. 
(USE REVERSE ARROW TO RETURN TO NEWSLETTER)

To view our Memoriam page honoring those members that have passed away.

View all past tournaments back to 2014 pictures and results of all the tournaments.

Our official website featuring the CCGA and Churn Creek Golf Course.

Listing of current CCGA board of directors and contact info

Listing of current CCGA board members at large and contact info

View our achievement honorees and current CCGA champions.

View the CCGA By-Laws







Golf Rules 




Modernizing Golf's Rules: 

See video explaining rules involving practice shots from a bunker after you finished that hole. Taken from the 2017 Presidents Cup.

click  link below

http://www.usga.org/content/usga/home-page/videos/2017/10/04/prescuprules-v02-5597351562001.html




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Birthday Wishes for April 2018
The CCGA wish a big Happy Birthday to the following members and their wives.




         Marvin Wittner (4-5)
    Elmer Winfree (4-8)
    Jeff Miller (4-11)
    wife of Keith Cunnington “ MaryAnne”(4-5)
    wife of Leandro Bortolazzo “Nina”  (4-15)



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Thought of the Day
brought to you by;


     There are times my greatest achievement is just keeping my mouth shut!



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This months Video

Here we revisit a funny skit about 2 mins in length about Skiing

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rwAp8eoGAG8


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Say What?

A New York attorney representing a very wealthy art collector called and asked to speak to his client. 

"Saul, I have some good news and I have some bad news."

The art collector replied, "You know, I've had an awful day, Jack, so let's hear the good news first."

The lawyer said, "Well, I met with your wife today, and she informed me that she has invested only $5,000 in two very nice pictures that she thinks will bring somewhere between 15 to 20 million dollars ... and I think she could be right."

Saul replied enthusiastically, "Holy cow! Well done! My wife is a brilliant businesswoman, isn't she? You've just made my day. Now, I know I can handle the bad news. What is it?"

The lawyer replied, "The pictures are of you and your secretary."














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Aphorism of the Month
(a short pithy saying expressing a general truth)


"A good marriage is where each partner secretly suspects they got the better deal"
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Hours: Open today · 10:30AM–3PM
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The lighter side 
Brought to you by
Rick Faller
Website Alternatives, Redding CA
Do you know the meaning of these golf terms or definitions?




Wolf - A betting game for three or four players that allows one player on each hole (the honour rotates among the players) to go it alone against the others in the group, thereby getting a chance to win three bets on one hole. This player also has the option of choosing a partner for the hole. The player who decides to go it alone is the wolf, a lone wolf.

Woodpecker - An errant shot into the woods that bounces off a few trees—and makes a noise similar to the bird of the same name.

Woods; - 1. Type of golf club used to drive the ball a long distance. 2. Where the ball lands after being driven a long distance.

Work the ball - To hit the ball high, low, right to left, or left to right on demand. Corey Pavin can work the ball any way he wants. Jack Nicklaus prefers to work the ball left to right and has made a damn good living doing just that.

Worm burner - A low shot that buzzes along just inches from the ground—and the worms.

Wrist - In golfers, the swollen joint that connects a sore hand to an aching elbow and a painful shoulder. 



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" A Family Affair"



  The retro-looking diner, the former Gold Street Cafe about a block east of Court Street, is open for breakfast and lunch Monday through Friday and for brunch on Sundays.
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  Hours: Monday - Friday
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Bonus Video
Greatest trick shots at home.
 (click link below)

https://1funny.com/real-life-trick-shots-you-wish-you-could-do/



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Wounded Warrior Project
Just $19.00 per month will help one of our Brave Family's that gave us all so much!






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The Beer Talking
We are in the BBQ season.  Therefore it is important to refresh your memory on the etiquette of this sublime outdoor cooking activity.  When a man volunteers to do the BBQ, the following chain of events is put into motion.


Routine... 
(1)   The woman buys the food. 
(2)   The woman makes the salad, prepares the 
                  vegetables, and makes the dessert.
(3)    The woman prepares the meat for cooking,
                  places it on a tray along with the necessary
                  cooking utensils and sauces, and takes it to
                  to the man who is lounging beside the
                  BBQ, beer in hand. 
(4)    The woman remains outside the
        compulsory three-meter exclusion zone
        where the exuberance of testosterone and
        other manly bonding activities can take
                   place without the interference of the
                   woman. 
                  
Here comes the important part: 
(5)   THE MAN PLACES THE MEAT ON THE
         GRILL.

More routine....
(6)       The woman goes inside to organize the
                      plates and cutlery. 
(7)        The woman comes out to tell the man that
          the meat is looking great.  He thanks her
          and asks if she will bring another beer
          while he flips the meat.

Important again:

(8)     THE MAN TAKES THE MEAT OFF THE
          GRILL AND HANDS IT TO THE WOMAN.

More routine...
(9)          The woman prepares the plates, salad,
          bread, utensils, napkins, sauces, and
          brings them to the table. 
(10)    After eating, the woman clears the table
          and washes the dishes.
And most important of all: 
(11)  Everyone  PRAISES  the   MAN and
          THANKS HIM  for his cooking efforts.

(12)  The man asks the woman how she 
          enjoyed 'her night off,' and, upon seeing 
          her annoyed reaction, concludes that
          there's just no pleasing some women! .....





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CCGA Elected Board Officers

President.......Larry Andrews
Vice president.......Rick Faller
Secretary.......Lee Lamp
Treasurer.......Gene Lockwood


CCGA Elected Chairman

Handicap Chairman....Tom Baird
NCGA Events Chairman....Lee Lamp
CCGA Events Chairman....Kenneth Gunter
Website admin.....Rick Faller 


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