|Greaser, Junior Player of the Year|
Our Junior Player of the Year is a brand new award started just this year, primarily due to Austin's outstanding Junior Career and this summers play. Austin was the 10th-ranked high school senior in the country in the Rolex Rankings which led him this fall to start playing for the University of North Carolina's Golf team currently ranked 23rd. His World Amateur Golf Ranking currently sits at 413 having been as high as 355. He made it through the US Open Local advancing to the Sectional at Springfield CC, Qualified for the US Junior that was held up at Inverness and lost in the Quarterfinals to the eventual champion Preston Summerhays. He closed his Miami Valley season the next week by being a CoMedalist in our US Amateur Qualifier at Moraine before heading to Raleigh to begin his collegiate career. Congratulations to our 2019 Junior Player of the Year, Austin Greaser.
|IMPROVE YOUR GAME - DEADLINE CLOSE|
To take steps in improving your mental game, join us on Sunday, October 27th at NCR CC as we welcome internationally renowned sports psychologist, author and professional speaker Dr. Bob Winters
Here is what David Leadbetter has to say about Dr. Bob.
"Dr. Bob Winters is an internationally renowned sport psychologist, author, and professional speaker who brings 45 years of golf knowledge via playing, coaching, and scientific research into assisting players achieve peak performance. His educational and playing background combines scientific research, applied coaching, and playing perspectives, and a simple, yet positive approach that creates a teaching perspective unlike anything found in the golf world today. Dr. Winters provides a unique approach to mental skills training that anyone from a beginner to tour player can implement and use to create long-term golf improvement. His ability to provide the latest scientific research and apply it in a simple fashion helps to augment David’s vision of holistic training with a modern, 21st century-approach to learning and retention. Because of his tremendous success with golfers of all levels, Dr. Winters is recognized as one of golf’s foremost authorities in golf psychology, putting psychology, sports vision and golf performance enhancement."
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|THE WORLD HANDICAP SYSTEM|
|Beginning in 2020 a brand-new set of Rules for Handicapping will be introduced globally.|
|Net Double Bogey|
The maximum hole score for each player will be limited to a Net Double Bogey. This adjustment is more consistent from hole to hole than the Equitable Stroke Control procedure. Net Double Bogey is already used in many other parts of the world and the calculation is simple: Par + 2 + any handicap strokes you receive.Top 5 Things to Know About the World Handicap System?
|Two COLLEGE Teams win final fall events|
|The Wright State Raiders finished off their fall season by winning the Flyer Invitational this past Monday and Tuesday on NCR's South Course. WSU's Team total of 873 was good enough for a 4 shot victory over Cleveland State. The Dayton Team finished 7th. |
As Individuals, finishing in a Tie for 1st Place was WSU's, Mikkel Mathiesen and tying for 5th was UD's, Domenic Maricocchi and WSU's, Bryce Haney
The Cedarville Yellow Jackets also hosted their invitational at the Country Club of the North this past week and came in with the V. Defeating Ohio Dominican and Urbana by 7 Shots. Capturing Medalist honors was CU's Jared Hoelzen.
The UD Ladies in their invitational on the North Course ended up in a in a tie for second just three shots behind Butler.
As an Individual, UD's, Ellie Cronin, finished in second place with rounds of 70-75 and Alex Bozich finished in 10th position.
All local college programs have now completed their fall schedules.
|GREAT FEATS IN GOLF|
|Mason Witt, the Junior Golfer from Greeneview High, in Jamestown, in less than ideal conditions prevailed by one stroke in the Division II State Championships held at the Northstar Golf Club in Sunbury, OH. last weekend.|
This is Mason's second time being a first team all State'r as he finished second as a freshman in 2017.
Great Playing Mason !
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|DI STATE CHAMPIONSHIP THIS WEEKEND|
|The Ohio High School State Division I Championship started yesterday and concludes today at OSU Golf Club. The Boys are playing the Scarlet and the Girls are playing the Gray. |
The Girls team from Centerville, for the 5th straight year, are in the field as well as Boys individuals Eric Cherubini for Centerville, Shane Ochs of Carroll and District Champion, Jordan Gilkison for Springboro.
For Scores and Results
|Of Note: In the Senior LPGA Championship this past week on the Pete Dye Course in French Lick, Ind., Lee Ann Walker was assessed 58 penalty strokes after it was discovered she violated Rule 10.2b many times over the course of two rounds|
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|RECENT AND UPCOMING EVENTS |
|Friday, October 4 - Ohio Intra-State Matches - Shawnee CC - Info|
|Monday, Oct 7 - Celebration - Dayton CC - Info|
|Sunday, October 27 - Seminar - Dr Winters - NCR CC - Info|
|Wednesday, October 30 - MVGA Trustee Meeting - Dayton CC |
|Friday, November 1 - Course Rating Review Meeting - Dayton CC |
|Wednesday, November 13 - MVGF Meeting - NCR CC|
|Tuesday, November 19 - Club Meeting - Dayton CC|
|Saturday, December 7 - World Handicap System Seminar - TBD |
|About Today's Banner: Our 2019 Junior Player of the Year Austin Greaser, (Left) with his friend Ryan Gillen (Right) during the Spring Better Ball Earlier this Season.|
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Wright State Men's Program
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