Clinton supposedly received over 2 inches of rain today and Timberlake Golf Course has been closed all day. Therefore we are cancelling the tournament scheduled for tomorrow. We will resume the schedule with Scotch Meadows Golf Course on July 27th at 9:00 A.M. We will not take it for granted that if you were signed up to play this week, that you plan to play next week. You must call to confirm that you want to play at Scotch Meadows.
We got rained out today at Crown Park. We play at Timberlake in Clinton July 20, 2021.
July 6, 2021
The Southeastern Fellowship Golf Association opened the 2021 year with a tournament at Land O Lakes Golf Couse on July 6th. 46 members played a “two score best ball” format tournament. The next tournament will be held at Crown Park Golf Course. The winners were:
1st Place(13 under)—Kenny Stanley, George Cochran, Jeff Smith, Clarence Corbett
2nd Place(12 under)—Linwood Hedgepeth, Dylan Avant, Johnny Wallace, Harry Lee
2nd Place(12 under)—Jimmy Davis, Gary Bass, Hadi Ipekyun, Dennie Pait
4th Place(11 under)—Gordan Graham, Mark Dixon, Stan Matthews, Lloyd Hester
5th Place(9 under)—Edwin Skipper, Ray Crabtree, Frank Ciamillo, Charles Hungerford
6th Place(8 under)—Terry Strickland, Emery White, John D. Elliot, Banky Blackwell
The membership dues are $15 per year and you must be at least 55 years old and in order to provide the safest environment for all, our members must have completed the COVID vaccination requirements or they will not be allowed to participate in our organization. The 2021 schedule has been completed click here to view.
Our first 2021 Season tournament will be Tuesday, July 6, 2021 at Land O’ Lakes GC. Shotgun start will be at 9:00 A.M. arrive by 8:00 A.M. to fill out current contact info and pay dues and green fees. If you are interested in playing, please let us know no later than 6:00 pm, Sunday, July 4, 2021. Handicaps will be used to create teams using automated software.
A video showing our year in review is available for viewing by clicking on the 2019 Overview icon then on the arrow in the picture. Be sure to say a special Thank You to John Blake for preparing this and taking the pictures all year.