Women's 18 Hole Golf Book2020 53093 (Final)

Women’s 18-Hole Golf Association

2020 Season

WILMINGTON COUNTRYCLUB WOMEN’S 18-HOLE GOLF COMMITTEE 2020

President

Ellen Cannon Pam Tikellis Ginny Dellose Pam McCrery Sandy Hobbs Patty Marshall Susan Herrmann

302-543-4401 302-421-9122 302-540-0669 302-984-0393 302-655-7735 302-655-9935 302-654-5642 302-543-4401 302-656-2053 302-384-7019 302-530-5462 302-658-1532 302-993-0982 856-430-2504

Vice-President

Secretary Treasurer

Weekly Events

Booklet

Club Bulletin Cup Teams D.W.G.A. Handicaps Hospitality Membership

Ellen Cannon

Bernadette Murphy

Peggy Babiarz

Rita Kozic

Marina Tarlov

Kathy McCormick

Rules

Lori Ehret

Special Events: Tournaments

Pam Tikellis

302-421-9122 302-984-0393

The Women ’ s Invitational Pam McCrery

Luncheons

Rita Speakman

302-762-5048

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WILMINGTON COUNTRYCLUB WOMEN’S 18-HOLE GOLF COMMITTEE 2020

W.G.A.P Invitational at WCC

Pam McCrery Gail Anderson

302-984-0393 302-655-2917

Nominating

Jan Hobbs, Chair (1 yr. term) Patty Marshall (1 yr. term) 302-655-9935 Kathy McCormick (1 yr. term) 302-993-0982 Cathy Lucas (2 yr. term) 610-500-1349 Lorraine Seiberlich (2 yr. term) 302-992-0138 610-388-2497

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Table of Contents

I. Dues and Eligibility.......................................................... 4 II. General Information........................................................ 4 III. Major Tournaments...........................................................5 IV. Special Events................................................................ 9 V. Weekly Events................................................................. 9 VI. Golf Events Schedule for 2020 ................................... 14 VII. Membership List ........................................................ 18

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RULES FOR 2020 WOMEN’S 18-HOLE GOLFASSOCIATION I. DUES AND ELIGIBILITY A. Dues $75.00 plus handicap fees. Dues for existing members are charged in January. If a member chooses to resign after her dues have been paid, but before the golf season begins (April 1), she must notify the Club prior to March 31 for reimbursement. New members who choose to join between January 1 and July 1 will be charged the full annual amount. New members who join after July 1 will be charged one-half the annual dues, regardless of their start date. B. Eligibility New Membership in the Association is limited to women golfing members of Wilmington Country Club who are 18 years of age or older and who have a Handicap Index of 36.0 or better, calculated in accordance with the World Handicap System. Any woman who joins the Association with a handicap index of 36.0 or better will be able to maintain her membership even if her handicap index goes above 36.0. Wilmington Country Club Senior Social Members and Non-resident Members are not eligible for membership in the Women’s 18-Hole Golf Association, and they may not compete in any Women’s 18-Hole Golf Association Event. II. GENERAL INFORMATION A. Course Ratings Forward – Green Rating Slope North 71.7 125 South 72.0 131 B. Maximum Hole Score for Handicap Purposes The maximum hole score for each player will be limited to a Net Double Bogey, calculated as follows: Double Bogey + the handicap strokes a player receives based on her handicap for the course being played. C. Scoring a Hole Not Finished If a hole is started but not completed, a score that the player most likely would have made is recorded. That score may not exceed the maximum score of Net Double Bogey (see definition above) and it is preceded by an “x ”. D. Adjusting a Hole Not Played When a player does not play a hole, Net Par must be recorded , calculated as follows: Net Par is equal to Par + any handicap strokes the player is entitled to and it is preceded by an “x”. - 4 -

E. Scoring and Handicap (including all tournament events) 1) Scorecards must be dated, signed, attested and turned in to scorer. 2) Player(s) will be disqualified if the above directions are not met. 3) Under the World Handicap System, scores must be posted on the day a round is played. F. Score Posting If you play in a Women’s 18-Hole Event, you must turn in your scorecard, even if you withdraw from the event. If you fail to turn in the card, a score equal to the lowest of the last 20 scores you have posted will be posted for you. G. Handicap Index Categories A: To – 15.9 (inclusive) This award is given to the ACTIVE player whose handicap has improved the most from May 1st to September 30th. Awards are determined for each of our four categories. I. Most Avid Golfer This award is given to the player who has played in the most events, including major tournaments, during the season. The winner may keep the “Maggie” Trophy for the year and then pass it on to the next year’s winner. J. Women’s Golf Association of Philadelphia WCC members with a Handicap Index of 40.4 or less, calculated in accordance with the World Handicap System, may join the WGAP. You can register online at www.wgapgolf.org. The WGAP annual fee entitles members to play other member courses on designated Open Days and participate in WGAP Tournaments. Any WCC golfer who wishes to play Cup Team Matches must join the WGAP and notify the Golf Shop to obtain a GHIN number. Membership in WGAP and a current GHIN number are required for team play. K. Delaware Women’s Golf Association An annual fee is required for a Playbook. Anyone wishing to join can obtain an application to mail in with the dues payment at www.dwga.org. Open days are designated therein along with tournament entry forms. III. MAJOR TOURNAMENTS B: 16.0 – 22.9 C: 23.0 – 28.9 D: 29.0 – 40.4 H. Most Improved Golfer For the convenience of all, participants must not enter tournaments unless they can play on the appointed days. To be eligible, participants must have, at the time of registration, a Handicap Index, calculated in accordance with the World Handicap

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System. A Handicap Index is computed by the USGA through a centralized platform. For all tournaments, USGA Rules apply. All rounds must be completed by the specified dates . When Major Tournaments are flighted, players will be seeded in advance by course handicaps, using handicaps posted two days prior to the tournament’s start and calculated in accordance with the World Handicap System. The maximum allowable Handicap Index for all Major Tournaments is 36.0. Defending Champions will be seeded in the Number 1 position. All rulings will be made by the Women’s 18-Hole Golf Association Rules Committee. Deadlines will be extended only if the course is deemed unplayable or closed. USGA Rules apply to all tournaments. All matches played in Major Tournaments should be posted as Tournament Scores. Sign up will be in the Locker Room only. With regard to the Memorial Better Ball of Partners Tournament and the President’s Cup Tournament, if the two opposing sides cannot agree on a time to play, the match must be played on the Tuesday specified. If only one side is represented at this time, they/she will win by forfeit. If neither side is A match play tournament open to the defending champions and the next 15 pairs who sign up. (Maximum is 16 teams.) Co u r s e handicaps apply and will be those posted at the time of the match. The lowest handicap player plays from scratch; the remaining players receive 100% of the difference. Score the better ball of partners, taking strokes as they fall on the card. If a full team cannot schedule a match, one partner may play alone. If both teams fail to complete the match, the winner will be determined by a draw. Players will be seeded in advance by course handicaps, using handicaps posted two days prior to the tournament’s start and calculated in accordance with the World Handicap System. All matches will be played on the North Course. The Golf Shop will provide represented, the winner will be determined by a draw. A. Memorial Better Ball of Partners Tournament

official scorecards for each team. Sign up opens: Tuesday, April 7 Sign up closes: Sunday, May 10

Play 1st round before or on Tuesday, May 26 Play 2nd round before or on Tuesday, June 9

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Play 3rd round before or on Tuesday, June 23 Play Final round before or on Tuesday, July 7 B. President’s Cup Tournament

An individual match play tournament open to the defending champion and the next 15 women who sign up. (Maximum is 16.) Course handicaps apply and will be those posted at the time of the match. The lowest handicap player plays from scratch; her opponent receives 100% of the difference. Strokes are taken as they fall on the card. Matches must be completed within the stipulated dates. If both players fail to complete the match, the winner will be determined by a draw. Players will be seeded in advance by course handicaps, using handicaps posted two days prior to the tournament’s start and calculated in accordance with the World Handicap System. All matches will be played on the South Course. The Golf Shop will provide official scorecards for each player.

Sign up opens: Tuesday, May 26 Sign up closes: Sunday, June 21

Play 1st round before or on Tuesday, July 14 Play 2nd round before or on Tuesday, August 4 Play 3rd round before or on Tuesday, August 25 Play Final round before or on Tuesday, September 15 C. WCC Women’s Club Championship Tournament

A stroke play tournament open to all women golfing members of WCC provided they pay an entry fee of $35 and are eligible. To be eligible, a woman must have, at the time of registration, a Handicap Index, calculated in accordance with the World Handicap System. An Association member’s fee is covered by her dues. Flights for the Club Championship will be determined by Handicap Index, using the Handicap Indexes posted two days prior to the tournament’s start and by the number of entrants. Two rounds of competition are required for all flights. Prizes will be awarded to the WCC overall Women’s Club Champion and to the winner and runner-up of each flight. The Women’s 18-Hole Golf Association will host the 2020 WCC Women’s Club Championship Tournament on July 14 and July 16. Junior members must submit a request to participate. The Golf Shop will provide official scorecards for each player.

Sign up opens: Tuesday June 9 Sign up closes: Sunday, July 12

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1st Round 2nd Round Rain Date

Tuesday, July 14 Thursday, July 16

North Course South Course

Thursday, July 23 In case of a tie after regulation play, the champion will be determined by an 18-hole play-off on the South Course by Tuesday of the following week, with a sudden death format thereafter. A celebratory luncheon open to all Association members will follow completion of play on Thursday, July 16 (or July 23 if the rain date is used). A separate sign-up sheet for the luncheon will be posted in the locker room. D. Women’s 18-Hole Putting Championship An individual match play tournament to be held on Thursday, July 9. (Maximum number of players is 16.) The course is set up by the Golf Shop. USGA Rules apply. Players will be seeded in advance by Handicap Index, using Handicap Indexes posted two days prior to the tournament’s start and calculated in accordance with the World Handicap System. If there are fewer than 16 players, some may receive a bye for the first round. Elimination Rounds: 9-hole match play Final Round: 18-hole match play

Sign up opens: Tuesday, June 2 Sign up closes: Tuesday, July 7 E. Senior/Super Senior Tournament

An individual stroke play tournament to be held on Tuesday, May 19. Senior players must be 50 years old through 69 years old. Super senior players must be 70 years old or older. Eight prizes will be awarded: Low Gross Winner and Runner-up in each category; Low Net Winner and Runner-up in each category. A player may not win both Gross and Net categories. If one player’s scores win both the Gross and Net categories, the Net prize will be awarded to the player with the second lowest Net score.

Sign up opens: Tuesday, April 21 Sign up closes: Sunday, May 17

The Senior/Super Senior Tournament will be played on the North Course. The Golf Shop will provide official scorecards for each player. A celebratory luncheon for all participants will follow play. For all tournaments, a 72 HOUR POLICY FOR CANCELLATION IS IN - 8 -

EFFECT. Notify the Golf Shop in the case of cancellation. Anyone who withdraws after the closing deadline will be billed for her lunch, when applicable. If weather conditions force the termination of an event, the meal will be served, and the charges will be billed. All prizes will be distributed at the Committee’s discretion. IV. SPECIALEVENTS The Women ’ s Invitational This tournament is open to any WCC woman golfer and her guest(s) who have a Handicap Index calculated in accordance with the World Handicap System. Course handicaps will be limited to 42. Tournament Date: June 23 9:00 Shotgun South Course

Sign up opens: Tuesday, April 7 Sign up closes: Tuesday, June 16

Cancellations for The Women’s Invitational must be received 10 days in advance (Saturday, June 13, 2020), or the member will be billed for the full amount. Notify the Chairman of the Event in the case of cancellation. V. WEEKLYEVENTS On Tuesdays when the course is not restricted, a Sweeps Event will be conducted by the Women’s 18-Hole Golf Association. These events are played in various formats. An explanation of each format follows. (Not all formats will be used in any given year.) To participate, players must sign up in advance in the Scoring Room, located in the Women’s Locker Room, or use the “Golf Event Registration” section of the WCC ForeTees App. NB: Handicaps for events played on the South Course will be limited to 44. Handicaps for events played on the North Course will be limited to 41. Sign-up sheets will be posted on the bulletin board in the Scoring Room one month prior to the scheduled play day. Sign-up sheets will be taken down on the Sunday preceding a specific event and an email listing the participants for the event will be sent out on Sunday or Monday. If you signed up and your name is not listed, call or email the Golf Shop immediately to be included in the Tuesday event. Most events will have a shotgun start. Starting times will be noted on the sign-up sheet and on the calendar pages of this booklet. You should sign up for all events as an individual except where noted that you should form your own team. The Pro Shop will make the pairings for all events. Players will use their course handicaps, calculated in accordance with the World Handicap System, and are required to know the rules of play for each event. The Golf Shop will provide official scorecards for each group. Upon completion of play, scorecards must be turned in to the Golf Shop. The event score along with the appropriate signatures must be completed. Attesting a

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scorecard certifies that the U.S.G.A. Rules have been followed by each contestant on the Card. Results of the Sweeps Events will be posted in the Women’s Locker Room and on the WCC ForeTees App. During the 2020 Season, Association Members may also participate in our Ringer Event. The Ringer Event is a season-long contest on the North and South courses. Each golfer should create a Ringer Card for each course. Ringer Cards are kept in a file box in the Scoring Room. After the weekly event, a player records her best score on each hole. The winners will be based on gross score and we will have four (4) flights for each course, with a winner in each flight. There will be no double winners. If you are the lowest gross on the South course and the North course, you can only win for one course; the next lowest gross for the course you forfeit will win the prize.

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Formats (Listed alphabetically) Alternate Event

On the days when WGAP Matches are played, an Alternate Event will be offered on the North Course. These events are for individual play so make your own twosome, threesome, or foursome and come out any time after 9:45 a.m. Scorecards should be picked up in the Golf Shop. Prizes will be awarded. (Minimum number of players required is 6.) Best 1 of 3 Each team consists of 3 players. Strokes are to be taken as they fall on the scorecard for each player. The best ball of the 3 players after handicap is used is the score for the hole. Best 1-2-3 Each team consists of four players. Count one better ball on the par 5’s. Count two better balls on the par 4’s. Count the three best balls on the par 3’s. Best 2 of 3 Each team consists of three players. Strokes are to be taken as they fall on the scorecard for each player. The best 2 balls of the 3 players after handicap is used is the score for the hole. Better Ball of Partners Strokes are to be taken as they fall on the card. The lower score minus the handicap strokes is used as the score for the hole. Even and Odd One better ball is used on the odd holes; two better balls are used on the even holes. Even Holes Total the score of the EVEN numbered holes only and subtract 1/2 of your handicap. Match Play vs. Par Played at full handicap (maximum 36), strokes are taken as they fall on the card. Play full 18 holes against par, as you would play a match. Score a plus (+) for winning the hole, a minus (-) for losing a hole and a zero (0) for ties. Highest number of pluses (+s) after subtracting minuses (-s) wins. Modified Ryder Cup Each team consists of two players. The format for holes 1 – 9 will be better ball of partners. The format for holes 10 – 18 will be a 2-person scramble. Most 3s, 4s and 5s Players use their full handicap, taking the strokes as they fall on the card. Prizes awarded to the players scoring the most net 3s, the most net 4s and the most net 5s. - 11 -

Odd Holes Total the score of the ODD numbered holes only and subtract 1/2 of your handicap. Odds and Evens Each team consists of four players. At the start, two players will be designated for the Odd Holes and two will be designated for the Even Holes. The better ball of the responsible twosome (Odd or Even) will be posted to the score card on the appropriate holes. Par 3s and 4s Add scores on par 3 and par 4 holes subtracting handicap strokes as they fall on these holes. Points Score points, using full handicap, as follows: Eagle +4, Birdie +3, Par +2, Bogey +1, Worse 0. Highest number of points wins. Ryder Cup Each team consists of two players. The format for holes 1 – 6 will be better ball of partners. The format for holes 7 – 12 will be to select the best drive and then alternate shots, using the one ball only. The final format for holes 13-18 will be a 2-person scramble. Scramble On every hole, each player drives and one drive is selected. Each player then hits a second shot from the spot where the selected shot lies. The second shot is selected and all players hit, repeating this process until the hole is completed. Each player must have one drive selected on each nine holes (or the number of drives selected for the entire event). Shamble (Best 1 of 4) Each player in the group tees off; the best shot is selected and each player in the group plays her own ball through the hole from that spot. The 1 best gross and net score (may be the same ball) for each hole is counted as the team score. Each player must contribute a minimum of two (or three) tee shots. Select 9 Holes Before play begins, each player takes her scorecard and circles the 9 holes she believes will be her best. The net scores for those 9 holes will be used to determine the winners. Sixes For the first 6 holes (1-6) use the 3 best holes. For the middle 6 holes (7-12) use the 3 best holes, for the final 6 holes (13-18) use the 3 best holes. Add up the total of the 9 holes and subtract 1/2 of your handicap for scoring.

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Step Aside Scramble On every hole, each player drives, and one drive is selected. The players whose drives are not selected hit their second shots from the spot where the selected shot lies. The player whose drive was selected does not hit a second shot. Once the second shot has been selected, the process is repeated: the players whose shots were not selected hit their third shots from the spot where the selected second shot lies and the person whose second shot was selected steps aside. This format is repeated until the balls reach the putting green. Once a ball has been selected for putting, all players may take a turn putting from the spot. T and F Play all 18 holes, but only those holes starting with T and F will count (total of 9). Subtract half your handicap at the end of the round.

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WOMEN’S 18-HOLE GOLF EVENTS (Events are held on Tuesday, except where noted)

APRIL

April 7

BB of Partners, if there is interest (no prize, optional event)

9 a.m. - North

Memorial BB of P Tournament Sign Up Opens The Women’s Invitational Sign Up Opens

April 14

Opening Day: 9-Hole Scramble **

9:30 a.m. - South

Buffet Lunch and Opening Meeting

11:30 a.m. Clubhouse

April 21

Best 1 of 3 **

9 a.m. - South

Senior/Super Tournament Sign Up Opens

April 28

WGAP Matches

9 a.m. - South 9:45 a.m. - North

Best 9 holes – alternate event

MAY

May 5

WGAP Matches

9 a.m. - South 9:45 a.m. - North

Points - alternate event

May 8, Friday

WGAP Matches

9 a.m. – South

Memorial BB of P Sign Up Closes

May 10, Sunday

May 12

WGAP Matches

9 a.m. - South 9:45 a.m. – North

Odd Holes - alternate event

Cocktail Party for all WCC Women Golfers

5:00 p.m. – Clubhouse

May 14, Thursday Mixed Twilight Event

5:30 p.m. - North

Senior/Super Senior Tournament Sign Up Closes

May 17, Sunday

** Indicates a Team Event

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May 19

Senior/Super Senior Tournament Luncheon to follow for all participants

9 a.m. - North

May 26

Points **

9 a.m. - North

Complete 1st Round of MBB of P President’s Cup Tournament Sign Up Opens

May 28, Thursday Women’s Twilight Event

5 p.m. - North

Co-sponsored by the 9-Hole Women’s Golf Association and the 18-Hole Women’s Golf Association JUNE (NB: Start Time Changes) WGAP Women’s Invitational at WCC 8:30 a.m. - South Putting Championship Sign Up Opens

June 2

June 7, Sunday

Mixed Twilight Event

5:30 p.m. - North

June 9

Better Ball of Partners -

8:30 a.m. - South

Choose your own partner ** Complete 2nd Round of MBB of P WCC Women’s Club Championship Tournament Sign Up Opens

June 16

Match Play vs. Par

8:30 a.m. - North

The Women’s Invitational Sign Up Closes June 21, Sunday President’s Cup Tournament Sign Up Closes June 23 The Women’s Invitational

9 a.m. - South

Complete 3rd Round of MBB of P

June 30

Even and Odd **

8:30 a.m. - North

** Indicates a Team Event

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JULY

July 7

Best 1 of 3 **

8:30 a.m. - South

Putting Championship Sign Up Closes Complete Final Round of MBB of P

8:30 a.m. - Putting Green

July 9, Thursday Putting Championship

Women’s Club Championship Tournament Sign Up Closes

July 12, Sunday

Tee Times - North

July 14

WCC Women’s Club

Championship Tournament - Round 1 Complete 1st Round of President’s Cup Tournament

Tee Times - South

July 16, Thursday WCC Women’s Club

Championship Tournament - Round 2 Luncheon to follow

July 21

Modified Ryder Cup **

8:30 a.m. - North

[2-Person Teams: Choose your own Partner]

July 23, Thursday Rain Date

Tee Times - South

WCC Women’s Club

Championship Tournament - Round 2 Luncheon to follow

July 23, Thursday Mixed Twilight Event

5:30 p.m. - North

July 28

Sixes

8:30 a.m. - South

AUGUST

August 4

Best 1, 2, 3 **

8:30 a.m. - North

Complete 2nd Round of President’s Cup Tournament

** Indicates a Team Event

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August 11

Best 2 of 3 **

8:30 a.m. - South

August 18

Ryder Cup **

8:30 a.m. - North

Choose your own partner Aug. 20, Thursday Mixed Twilight Event

5:30 p.m. - South

August 25

Beat the Pro

8:30 a.m. - South

Complete 3rd Round of President’s Cup Tournament

SEPTEMBER (NB: Start Time Changes)

9 a.m. - North

September 1

Even and Odd **

September 8

Points **

9 a.m. - South

September 15

Better Ball of Partners –

9 a.m. - South

Choose your own partner ** Complete Final Round of President’s Cup Tournament

September 22

Best 1 of 3 **

9 a.m. - North

9 a.m. - South

September 29

Rain Date for The Women’s Invitational

September 29

Odds and Evens **

9 a.m. – South

OCTOBER

October 6

T and F

9 a.m. - North

9-Hole Scramble **

October 13

9 a.m. - North Clubhouse

Followed by Closing Luncheon

October 20

BB of Partners, if there is interest (no prize, optional event)

9 a.m. - South

** Indicates a Team Event

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18-HOLEWOMEN’S GOLFASSOCIATIONMEMBERS

Home Phone Cell Phone 302-655-2917 302-545-6034 302-384-7019 302-753-7901 302-652-6603 302-528-3383 610-388-2926 610-274-0890 302-463-1547

Email Address

Name

Anderson, Gail

gander4823@comcast.net

Babiarz, Peggy

mmbabiarz@gmail.com

Bayard, Josephine

jmbayard@yahoo.com

Blanchard, Barbara

netkrap2@cs.com

Brown, Pam

pjclarkbrown@gmail.com

Campbell, Laura

302-654-6570 lacampbell639@gmail.com 302-985-1557

Cannon, Ellen

302-543-4401 609-636-8095 302-656-1123 302-584-0141 302-658-4074 302-540-1896 610-268-0950 443-850-1172 302-571-1832 302-388-6091

mecannonde@gmail.com

Cantera, Maureen

cookinmo@comcast.net

Castle, Jane

jdcastle@comcast.net

Cates, Kathie

cates.kathie@gmail.com

Centrella, Henia

hencen@comcast.net

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Home Phone Cell Phone

Email Address

Name

Cist, Mary Harding 302-656-7273

mhlcist@yahoo.com

Coty, Mary Daiger, Gail

302-530-8966 302-777-3323 302-559-1638 302-654-4985 302-562-4527 302-427-3761 302-353-7642 302-655-7777 302-540-0669

marycoty1@gmail.com addygail@comcast.net

Davis, Lee

ldavis507@comcast.net

Dean, Catherine

catherinedean324gmail.com

Dean, Peggy Dellose, Ginny DiSabatino, Beth

mmdean1@aol.com

gferraradellose@aol.com

302-571-0850 bethdisabatino@hotmail.com 302-528-3841

Edler, Marilyn

302-652-6153 302-377-3381 856-430-2504 302-655-0899

marilynedler@gmail.com

Ehret, Lori

lori@bdblueprint.com kfranklin@towerhill.org

Franklin, Kathryn

302-528-0288 Gibson, Mary Ellen 302-543-4271

redmeg0605@aol.com

302-690-9631

Hayward, Tina

302-584-1340

foxspringde@gmail.com

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Home Phone Cell Phone 302-654-5642 302-897-5519 610-388-2497 610-842-1044 302-655-7735 302-598-2227 302-234-0475 302-428-3123

Email Address

Name

Herrmann, Susan

saherr@aol.com

Hobbs, Jan

jrobyhobbs@comcast.net

Hobbs, Sandy

skhobbs9@gmail.com

Hooper, Carolyn

bc.hooper@verizon.net

Isken, Joan

jwi44@me.com

302-547-5731 Jacobs, Milbrey Ross 302-656-1540

milbreyr@aol.com

302-383-0505

Keeney-DiDomenico, Nicoll

410-688-3051

nicollkeeney@gmail.com

Keller, Gail

302-656-1985 302-530-1444 302-652-0626 302-547-2068 302-575-1152 302-438-0216 302-995-0285 302-530-5462

gdkeller@comcast.net

Klocko, Katherine

kmklocko13@aol.com

Koenig, Cynthia

cynkoe@gmail.com

Kozic, Rita

RNkozic@gmail.com

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Home Phone Cell Phone 302-478-8217 302-388-3984

Email Address

Name

Kung, Johanna

joku@aol.com

Kunkemueller, Mary

302-652-8537 mgkunkemueller@gmail.com 302-379-2769

Lubin, Sarah

302-652-3696 302-690-1004 610-500-1349 302-777-5101 302-530-1721 610-388-7186 302-598-8500 302-655-9935 302-540-6577

sarah.lubin@state.de.us

Lucas, Cathy

Erl2d@aol.com

Lunger, Danielle

delunger@mac.com

Lunger, Gerrie

glunger@me.com

Marshall, Patricia

pmarsh1@comcast.net

Martinez, Cherie

302-494-3684 cheriemartinez@hotmail.com

Massaglia, Michele

484-770-8954

mdmassaglia@gmail.com

239-269-7369 McCormick, Kathleen 302-993-0982

kathleen.mccormick

@comcast.net

302-740-4639

McCrery, Pamela

302-984-0393 302-540-6694 610-388-1952 302-690-7081

puttingpam@aol.com

McDonald, Jill

Jillmcd2003@yahoo.com

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Home Phone Cell Phone 302-658-3885 302-654-8750 302-656-2053 302-547-4374 302-655-0714 302-750-4221

Email Address

Name

Mitchell, Hollister Mitchell, Barbara Murphy, Bernadette

hmitchell911@comcast.net hmitchell911@comcast.net bernmurphy@comcast.net

Osbun, Carol

cmo42048@aol.com bpatel7015@aol.com

Patel, Anju

Perry, Megan Adams 302-423-5554

adams.meghan@gmail.com nancy.petriella@icloud.com

Petriella, Nancy

484-574-8165 201-723-2022 302-650-0808 302-530-5639

Pinizzotto, Marie

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Porter, Leslie lesliegporter@gmail.com Prendergast, Cynthia 302-654-2442 cindy@verycoolproducts.com 302-377-5959 Purzycki, Elizabeth 302-220-1602 epurzycki@aol.com Raniere, Marcia 302-656-2324 marcia@raniere.com 302-545-5946 Robinson, Janet 610-388-9696 jmpeschang@aol.com Saunders, Marcia 302-658-7688 d.msaunders@hotmail.com Seiberlich, Lorraine 302-992-0138 lorrseiber@aol.com 302-528-1285

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Home Phone Cell Phone 302-571-9234 302-753-2832 484-753-4554 302-762-5048 302-750-4888 302-584-1284 302-658-1532 302-753-5536 302-654-8015 302-421-9122 302-545-4509 302-571-0106 302-218-2501

Email Address

Name

Selsor, Beth

selsor.beth@gmail.com

Shears, Ingrid

jincss1@msn.com

Speakman, Rita

speaky6@comcast.net

Stalnecker, Susan

stalss@comcast.ne

Tarlov, Marina

marinanina@comcast.net

Tatnall, Martha

tatnall75@comcast.net

Tikellis, Pam

PTikellis@comcast.net

White, Martha

mskimw@aol.com

Williams, Betsy

302-656-9132

betsy19807@gmail.com

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Professional Staff

Director of Golf Michael Shank Director of Instruction Bob Lennon Assistant Golf Professionals Chad Halvonik Mike LaGace

Andrea Wilson Luke Grennan Golf Shop Manager Lori Donatello Professional Golf Management Interns Daniel Greiss Alex Ruxer Jake Armstrong

Phone Numbers

Golf Shop – 302-655-6022 Starter’s Area – 302-655-7206

Ladies’ Locker Room – 302-655-6171 ext.2147

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