Golf -18 Hole 


The 18 Hole Golf Activity home course is Boundary Oak Golf Course in Walnut Creek and the group plays weekly at many courses in the bay area. To see a complete listing of the courses, make a tee-time reservation, or for other golf information, click on the appropriate link in the menu on the right-hand side.

If you have and questions or would like to join us, please contact David Platter.

Golf Committee Members:

Chairman – David Platter

925-283-9146

golfplatter@Hotmail.Com

Membership / Handicaps / Data – Buddy May
Treasurer – David Green
Special Tournaments – Frank Bosworth
Golf Course Manager – Don Dennler
Marshals Director – Kevin Winkler
Communications Director – Bill Koski
Advisor – Mike Hennessy
Website Coordinator – Buddy May

 

 

 

 

Current golf outing results and photos follow:

 

The Everyone has had fun. So far this year our group has played in 17 tournaments and there are many other outings planned. A few achievements so far are list below. Peter Jordan won three net championships. Not only this, he has finished in the top three positions, eight times. Send Hotline comments to Dan Smith at dns.lns02@astound.net Notable accomplishments would include our tournament winners: Kevin Winkler, Pat Hoy, Gerald Stephens, Steve Burrows, Dennis Reschke, Carl Sakofsky, Peter Jordan, Buck Cheshire, and Legendary Buddy May. All received their winner’s PGA green jacket. Bob Samson April 15th low score of 83 might be of historical interest. While others are at home whimpering ‘tax day’, Bob is on the course becoming famous. Then there was the February 26th day at Boundary when 17 Sir golfers posted scores of 89 or lower. Dennis Reschke is making his mark on the links. So far, he has had four big wins. When reporters asked him to reveal his secret, Dennis mentioned his Minneapolis ice training where golfing in snow storms requires searching for a white ball in blocks white visibility. Back in California during a Boundary match, Buck Cheshire jumped into first place. As himself a musician, he has a tip for fellow golfers. Do not take a base drum with you and play. “Onward Christen Soldiers. Such an orchestra base drum does not sound good on a golf course. Secondly, it is too large to fit in a golf cart and annoys those trying to putt.

David Platter and Son 

 
 
 
 
 
updated on 07/02/2024 by MLF