|Ron eubel is our senior player of the year||October 27, 2018 |
Eubel's strong play in the US Senior Open Sectional, Qualifying for the US Senior Amateur, a top finish in the Ohio Senior Amateur as well as his tie for fourth in the Senior Metropolitan, allowed Ron Eubel to finish on top of our Senior Play of the Year Point race for the 2018 season.
This is Ron's first Player of the Year honor although he did win the Metropolitan Championship in 2003 at Greene CC.
|RULES CHANGE - MOVING YOUR BALL WHEN searching|
Under Rule 7.4, if a player accidentally moves his or her ball while searching for it:The player will get no penalty for causing it to move, and the ball will always be replaced; if the exact spot is not known, the player will replace the ball on the estimated original spot (including on, under or against any attached natural or man-made objects which the ball had been at rest under or against).
Reasons for Change:
A fundamental principle of golf is to play the ball as it lies; so the Rules should help the player to find his or her ball and play it from the spot where it was at rest.
- Players often need to probe in grass, bushes, leaves and other conditions to look for a hidden ball, and such reasonable acts create an inherent risk of moving the ball.
- The current Rules allow both an opponent in match play, and other players in stroke play, to help search for the player’s ball without risk of penalty if they accidentally move the player’s ball; outside persons such as spectators are allowed to help search as well.
- It is inconsistent to encourage everyone but the player or his or her caddie (or partner) to look for the ball, and this creates an odd incentive for the player to hold back and let others search.
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|Complimentary workshops |
With major changes to the Rules of Golf going into effect on January 1, 2019, your Miami Valley Golf will offer an expanded schedule of complimentary workshops. They will take place this Fall/Winter & Spring across our area.
The First Three Sessions are
Saturday, November 17th - Troy CC - 10am - Noon
Saturday, December 8th - Heatherwoode GC - 10am - Noon
Saturday, January 19th - Dayton CC - 10am - Noon
These sessions are free of charge and open to any Miami Valley Golfer.
FOLLOW THIS LINK TO REGISTERIn the meantime if you would like a copy of the players edition of the new rules of golf please provide your information through this link and we will be happy to mail to you a complimentary copy.
For those of you with smart devices you can also download, free of cost, the 2019 Rules of Golf App at either your iTunes or Play store.
|HIGH SCHOOL STATE CHAMPIONships conclude|
|Marissa Wenzler’s second straight 1-under par 69 and two-day total of 2-under 138 on the Gray Course led to her capturing the Ohio High School Girls Golf Championship last weekend at the OSU Facility. Her Centerville Team finished in third place in the Team Championship.|
Over in the Boys Division on the Scarlet Course, Austin Greaser finished in 3rd place, earning first team all state honors and Tyler Goecke finished in 7th place, earning second team all state honors.
Congratulations to all our High School Golfers who competed this past season and we look forward to following you in the future.
Dayton Daily News Article
|Cedarville finished in the middle of the pack this past week in their NCCAA conference championship on the Conservatory Course at the Hammock Beach Resort on the coast of Florida, Isaac Wood was the teams top finisher at 11th place. |
|Wright State finished up their season playing in Muskies Classic at Maketewah CC this past Monday and Tuesday and finished in 11th place. |
Interested in supporting the WSU Golf Program?
Be apart of the WSU #FULLRAID at Top Golf on November 18th
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|TRUSTEES FOR 2019|
|The Fall meeting to conduct affairs and review the 2018 season was held this past Wednesday Evening. Our 2019 Trustees where elected and our Executive Committee was appointed. Our President for 2019 is Doug Miller, our Vice President is Dan Sutherly, our Treasurer is Bob Rice and our Secretary is John Sherman. |
Thanks to all of our Trustees and our over 100 volunteers who support our game in the Miami Valley.
|APPLY FOR 2019 INTERNSHIPS|
Miami Valley Golf each year offers P.J. Boatwright golf administration internships. These paid internships can run from three to
twelve months depending upon a candidate's availability and funding from the USGA.
|SCHOLARSHIP MONEY AVAILABLE FOR JUNIOR GIRLS |
|Each year the DDWGA awards Collegiate Scholarships for deserving Junior Girl Golfers the deadline for applications this year is November 15th. |
For More Detail and to Apply
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