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Letter of Intent Dear Members, On behalf of the Golf Committee and the Professional Staff, we are pleased to share the 2017 Golf Calendar and Event Booklet with you. Our 25 th Anniversary Year is going to be a great year! It is very apropos that we will be celebrating our 25 th by hosting our first National Championship with the USGA Women’s State Team Championship. The USGA Women’s State Team Championship is a fantastic opportunity for us to showcase The Club to a national audience and many of the most influential women golfers in the country. We are very pleased to have the core of last year’s Golf Professional Staff returning to Las Campanas for the 2017 season. We have many goals this year in order to provide a great array of programming and entertainment for you this season. We have made a few adjustments to last year’s schedule and rules, which we believe will be beneficial to the membership as a whole. The Professional Staff will be actively involved in the operation and promotion of making a re-vamped Men’s League a success. Groups will no longer have the ability to secure tee times prior to the rest of the membership. All members will be allowed to make up to two tee times starting at 2:00 pm, seven days in advance. In addition, we look to build on the momentum gained last year with our Women’s programming. Monthly “Play with the Pro” days will start in May. A new date and format for the Men’s and Women’s Club Championships have been instituted to increase participation. Director of Agronomy, Tom Egelhoff and his staff will be working hard to present both golf courses in pristine condition as the agronomy team prepares the courses to the standards set forth by the Golf Committee and USGA. In order to assist Tom and his team the Sunrise Course will be closed each Monday and Sunset will be closed each Tuesday. A double tee start will be instituted on the Sunrise Course each Tuesday morning from 8a.m. – 10 a.m., allowing us to double the amount of prime tee times on Sunrise while Sunset maintenance is occurring. We hope you, your guests and family join us for as many events this year as possible. Our staff is eager to assist you, your guests and family with any arrangements during the course of the year. Please consider making plans to stay with us through September as we celebrate The Club’s 25th Anniversary, September 1st and the United States Golf Association Women’s State Team Championship September 24th – 28th. It truly is the most beautiful time of year! Best regards, Brad Lardon Director of Golf Operations 2


Table of Contents

Policies and Procedures

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Rules and Regulations

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Guest Policies

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How to…

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Rates & Fees

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Golf Programming

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Calendar and Hours of Operations

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On-going Events

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Event Descriptions

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Past Champions

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Staff Bios & Contact

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The Culture of The Club at Las Campanas is one of respect in the way we treat one another, excellence in the way we carry out our jobs, stewardship in the way we employ our resources and integrity in the way we communicate. 3


Policies and Procedures Golf General Policies  All members and guest(s) must register with a member of the Golf Staff prior to play.  Tee times may be reserved beginning at 2:00 pm, seven (7) days in advance for Equity Golf and  

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Unlimited members. Equity Club Members can book tee times up to three (3) days in advance. To reserve your tee time in the Golf Shop, call (505) 995-3535 or on the member website. Individuals may only reserve two tee times at a time. Permanent tee times may not be reserved. Players should register at the Golf Shop at least 15 minutes prior to their starting time, and check in with the starter at least five (5) minutes prior to tee time. Failure to register 15 minutes early, or check in with the starter at least five (5) minutes early, may result in the assignment of another starting time or cancellation of the tee time at the discretion of the Professional Staff. Play may not begin on any hole other than the first tee without permission from the Professional Staff. Singles and twosomes are only allowed on the course with the authorization of the Professional Staff or the Starter and are discouraged from play on Friday, Saturday, Sunday, and Holiday mornings. Singles and twosomes have no priority over threesomes and foursomes. Groups of more than four (4) may be allowed by the Director of Golf at his/her discretion. Members and guests are expected to repair ball marks, rake bunkers, and fill divots with sand provided on the golf carts. Every golfer who is maintaining a handicap should hand their scorecard in to the Professional Staff following their round so their scores can be entered into the GHIN system for handicapping purposes (players may post their scores online as well at www.GHIN.com). It is expected that all players post their scores. The tournament committee will verify score posting for all club tournaments and reserves the right to make adjustments for rounds played but missing score entry. Teaching professionals (including members) not employed or authorized by The Club at Las Campanas are not allowed to teach at The Club at Las Campanas without the prior consent of the Director of Golf. Use of cell phones on the golf course should be limited to emergencies Members are responsible for the conduct and expenses of their children and guests.

Club employees have full authority to enforce policies and guidelines. Members with employee or service related issues should contact management, not confront the employee. Abusive treatment of Club employees will not be tolerated. 4


Policies and Procedures Counting Rounds In determining how many rounds have been played, both for the purposes of memberships which have limited rounds and also for the purpose of rounds played by a guest, the following shall apply;  If a person tees off, that shall be counted as one round played by that person, except:

 If the person plays nine (9) holes or less, that shall be counted as 1/2 round; If the lightning alarm causes the person to leave the course before playing five (5) holes, that shall count as no round;

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before playing fourteen (14) holes, that shall count as 1/2 round. Guests and members with limited round memberships, playing in Club tournaments will have the tournament play of single or multiple days count as one round.

Ready Golf Rule  The Club is committed to Ready Golf and members and guests are expected to play in four (4) hours and fifteen (15) minutes. The first groups out in the morning should try to play in less than four hours to avoid creeping delays. Please focus on the group in front of you and keep up with that group. Please be mindful of your position on the course in relation to the time it has taken you to play.  On the course, singles and twosomes have no priority over threesomes and foursomes; however, if there are open holes ahead, consideration should be given in the spirit of the game.  Slow play, which holds up the entire course, represents a discourtesy to all members and deprives them of their right to an enjoyable round.  A foursome who is held up by a group who has a clear hole ahead shall be allowed to play through. The preferred procedure for allowing faster players to play through is to mark balls on the green and let them play through; call the following group to the green and let them play through; reposition balls and hole out while the other group tees off.  Members are required to abide by instructions from the customer service and professional staff. Dress Codes  Proper golf attire is to be worn at all times while on the courses, Practice Park and golf performance center.  For men, proper attire is a tucked-in collared shirt and slacks or golf shorts. Jeans of any type are not considered acceptable attire. Golf shorts must be Bermuda length. Swimsuits, running shorts, tennis shorts or cut-off are not acceptable attire.  For women, proper attire is a golf shirt or golf tee shirt, golf shorts, skirts, capris or slacks. Jogging suits, swimsuits, running shorts, short shorts, halter tops, tennis shorts or tennis dresses are not acceptable attire.  Members are responsible for the attire of their guests.

The professional staff is to strictly enforce the dress code and refuse an improperly attired golfer the right to play.

Junior Golfers  A junior golfer is any member’s child or grandchild under the age of 16. A certified junior golfer is a junior golfer who has completed a certification course hosted by the Club.  All junior golfer must play with either an adult member or a certified junior golfer.

The Practice Park is available to all certified junior golfers with or without adult supervision. A certified junior golfer must check in with the Golf Shop prior to using the Practice Park. 5


Rules and Regulations Golf Carts  Only golf carts owned and managed by the Club may be used on the Club property.

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Golf carts are restricted to the courses and Practice Park. Members will be held responsible for any damage done to and by a golf cart Golf carts will be issued to and operated by individuals who present a valid driver’s license. Failure to adhere to this policy may result in suspension of privileges. Under no circumstances should the cart be driven by young children and the maximum number of occupants is two players per cart. Golf carts are never allowed in the desert areas, native grasses, arroyos (with the exception of Sunset Hole 16), gravel areas, walking paths, par 3’s and re-vegetated areas. Generally, carts are permitted on fairways from mid-Spring until late-Fall; however, the Golf Course Superintendent and/or Director of Golf shall determine whether current conditions allow carts to be driven on the courses. Players will be informed at the time of check-in whether carts may be taken onto the courses and must honor that ruling. Under no circumstances should carts be driven on extremely wet turf or during their transition from and to winter conditions, as severe turf damage may result. When carts are permitted on the fairway, golf carts should enter and leave the fairway on established turf only. Once in the fairway, players will stay in the fairway until they reach the small wooden post positioned adjacent to the cart path, at which time they will return to the cart path. Carts should not pass the post during play of a hole unless designated by the golf shop. Handicap flags will only be issued to those who possess a handicap parking permit, or who provide medical documentation of a condition that necessitates handicap privileges. Medical documentation needs to be provided on an annual basis. Members who are 75 years and older will be provided with a white flag, which allows the same access as the Handicap Flag. Pull carts are available for use at no charge. Members cannot bring their own pull cart. Pull carts must remain off the greens at all times.

Lightning Detection Policy & Procedure  Lightning strikes are an unpredictable event, an “Act of God”, beyond the control of The Club. As a safety precaution, The Club’s lightning alarm system, Strike Guard, was installed in 2006. Strike Guard is a warning system and is not meant to replace experience, common sense, and observation of surrounding weather conditions. Persons using the golf facilities must watch weather conditions at all times. Furthermore, The Club recommends all persons be aware of their surroundings and take the necessary steps to protect themselves, including weather that includes the presence of lightning, whether the system sounds an alarm or not.  When the lightning alarm sounds the golf courses and Practice Park are closed to all employees and will remain closed until the all clear sounds. All events are suspended. Employees must seek shelter immediately and are not permitted to supervise or otherwise patrol the Facilities. Members and guests using the Facilities should move away from the source of the lightning, if possible. Please also note being in a shelter does not mean that lightning will not strike the shelter or that injury will not happen in a shelter.  Any person(s) who continues to use the golf courses or Practice Park when lightning is present, could be present, or after the lightning alarm has sounded, does so at their own risk and assume all the risk. The Club recommends not engaging in outdoor activities when lightning or the conditions for lightning are present.

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Rules and Regulations Care of the Course  Any pitch marks or damage to the putting green made by a ball should be carefully repaired. Use the Golden Rule! Repair your pitch mark and at least one other.  Please report any damage to the golf course to the Professional Staff.

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After playing out of a bunker, before you leave the area, you should carefully rake the sand. Rakes are to be left parallel outside the bunkers. Divots are to be repaired using the green sand provided in containers on golf carts. Small sand bottles are also available for walkers at the Starter stand. Any damage to the putting green made by a ball should be carefully repaired. Please speak to someone in the golf shop if you have questions about making turf repairs. Proper disposal of litter and cigarette/cigar butts is expected. In the tradition of the game, leaving the golf course in as good or better condition as you found it is common among all great clubs. Thank you for doing your part to ensure the Las Campanas golf experience remains world class for everyone.

Golf Performance Center Guidelines  If you have arrived at The Golf Performance Center and it’s unattended, please dial extension        

3535, The Golf Shop, from one of the center’s phones to notify the Professional Staff. The Golf Performance Center technical equipment may not be utilized without the presence and approval of the Professional Staff. Golf lesson activity takes precedence in all hitting bays and in the Golf Simulator (when not in use for course play). The Simulator may be reserved for play on one of its courses in advance; contact the Professional Staff for information availability and rates. The Hitting Bays and Simulator (in practice mode only), may be used for open practice during the day; please limit your usage to a maximum of ten (10) minutes while others are waiting. The daily schedule of lessons and Simulator reservations will be posted online and daily at the Center. Proper golf attire must be worn at all times. Please be considerate of your fellow members when opening the bay doors during cool weather. Please report any issues you encounter to a member of the Professional Staff.

House Rules  Smoking is not permitted in any Club facilities, including the Fitness & Tennis Center, the Hacienda and all dining facilities, Golf Shop, Portal and Torreon.  Pets (other than Special Service Dogs), are not allowed at any Club facilities. Leashed dogs are allowed on fitness trails, provided members remove any waste left by their pets.  Use of cell phones is prohibited in the restaurants and lounges of all Club facilities. Please be courteous in your use of cell phones in other areas. For emergency purposes, we encourage members to carry a cell phone on the golf courses.  Complimentary Valet Service is provided for golfers and Hacienda visitors. Self-parking is permitted in designated areas only.  The Club is not responsible for missing articles. Personal items found by staff members will be held for three (3) months. To report a missing item, contact the Concierge at (505) 995-3500.  Members are responsible for conveying these guidelines to their children and guests, as well as for the conduct of and expenses incurred by their children and guests. 7


Rules and Regulations Local Rules  Stones in bunkers are movable obstructions and may be removed.  If you are within two (2) club lengths of a sprinkler head and that sprinkler head is within two 

(2) club lengths of a green, and is in your line of play, you are entitled to relief without penalty. The player may take one (1) club length no closer to the hole. Embedded Ball Rule (Rule 25-2): in all mown areas, a ball that is embedded in its own pitchmark in the ground other than in a bunker, may be lifted without penalty, cleaned and dropped as near as possible to where it lay but not nearer the hole.

Lateral Water Hazards  If a ball is found in a lateral water hazard or it is “virtually certain” that the ball went into the lateral water hazard, the player may UNDER A PENALTY OF ONE STROKE: *Play the ball as nearly as possible at the spot from which the original ball was last played. *Drop a ball behind the lateral water hazard, keeping the point at which the original ball last crossed the margin of the later water hazard directly between the hole and the spot on which the ball is dropped. *Drop a ball outside the lateral water hazard within two (2) club lengths where the original ball last crossed the margin of the water hazard, no closer to the hole. *Drop a ball at a point on the opposite margin of the lateral water hazard equidistant from the hole.

Dog & Pet Policy  Use of the golf course for non-golfing activities (walking, jogging, etc.) is permitted only during off-peak periods. We define off-peak periods as no later than 90 minutes after sunrise and within 90 minutes of sunset. On the golf courses, dogs are permitted on cart paths only, must be accompanied by a member and must remain on a leash at all times. Members are required to “pick up” after their pets. Unattended domestic animals may be impounded. Dogs are not allowed on the golf course for their safety and that of the Members. If the owner of a Special Service Dog wishes to visit the course, the Director of Golf will gladly make reasonable arrangements. Please let us know of such requests by calling (505) 995-3537.

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Guest Policies Consistent with the purpose of the club, as defined in Article II of the club Bylaws, guests are welcome at the club subject to certain rules and limitations. Guests are non members using the club facilities and sponsored by a member.    

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ACCOMPANIED GUEST: an accompanied guest is a non-member using a club facility when the sponsoring member is present at that facility. UNACCOMPANIED GUEST: an unaccompanied guest is a non-member using a club facility when the sponsoring member is not present at the facility. FAMILY MEMBER GUEST: a family member guest in the context of this policy is a nonmember using a club facility who is a parent, sibling, child, grandchild, or significant other of the sponsoring member. FAMILY MEMBER HOUSE GUEST: a member who has a family member staying with the member for an extended period of time (usually a child or grandchild spending the summer with the member as part of the member’s household) has the same access rights to club facilities as the sponsoring member except that the house guest must sign-in when using a club facility and pay the appropriate guest fees. A family member house guest is limited to a continuous 45-day period per calendar year during which the house guest may exercise these access rights. The 45 day period applies regardless of if they are accompanied or unaccompanied. Guests are welcome when accompanied by their member hosts, however guest usage of the Club should be consistent with their being guests and should not be such, including in frequency and amount of use, so as to be more like a member. As to certain Club facilities, Guest use will also be subject to specific limits set forth in the portions of these Rules covering such facilities. Unaccompanied guests are permitted, but use of the Club by unaccompanied guests is tightly controlled. Any such guest must be authorized in writing by the member, using forms available from (and to be returned to) the Member Services team and approved by the membership director. Unaccompanied guests may not bring additional guests other than immediate family (parent, child(ren), grandchild(ren). A member may not sponsor an unaccompanied guest that is related to any rental or houseswap transaction. Guests are subject to all club rules and policies. It is the member host’s responsibility for guest compliance. Guest visits are subject to a guest fee unless stated otherwise. All charges incurred by a guest are the responsibility of the sponsoring member. The sponsoring member may authorize the Guest, in writing, to charge the fees to the member’s account. Unaccompanied Guests may also use a credit card for payment fees or services. Guests of members will be welcomed at the golf courses if the sponsoring member is an Equity Golf or Unlimited member. The sponsoring member is required to make the tee-time reservation(s) with the Pro Shop prior to the guest being allowed access to the golf courses. Accompanied or unaccompanied guests are welcome and may play five round per calendar year Family member guests may play ten rounds per calendar year of which five rounds per calendar year may be unaccompanied. An Equity Social member may play five times within a calendar year as the guest of a member with golf privileges. A member holding a limited round membership is not allowed to play additional rounds as a guest. Guests will be accorded golf privileges in accordance with the level of membership belonging to the member. 9


How To . . . Leave your shoes for the Locker Room Attendant. . .  During season we will have Locker Room Services seven (7) days a week. During the winter 

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months there will still be Locker Room Services but on a limited basis, Wednesday-Sunday. For your shoes to be cleaned, polish or re-spiked, please leave them on the leather blotter located in both the Men’s and Ladies’ Locker Rooms along with a note with your name, member number and specifying what you would like done (just cleaning and polishing, respiking, or both). If no note is left in the shoes the Locker Room Attendant will assume that you would like cleaning, polishing and re-spiking if necessary. You will be charged accordingly. Cleaning and polishing is complimentary. Re-spiking is $9 which will be charged to your Club account. The Club recommends a $5 (cash) gratuity for these services that should be placed in the shoes upon leaving them for the Locker Room Attendant, handed to him or her directly when picking the shoes up, or given to the Professional Staff for safe keeping until the Locker Room Attendant returns. Your clean shoes will be in your locker if you have one or left in a Las Campanas Bag on the leather blotter for pick-up.

Sign up for a locker. . .  Only Golf members are allowed to register for a locker.  If you would like a locker please notify the Professional Staff.  The Professional Staff will be able to present you with different locker options (half or full-sized  

lockers and different locations), that are available and you will be able to take your keys after the locker is chosen. The Professional Staff will charge your account accordingly, $175 Half Locker/$350 Full Locker, prorated for the year (May 1-April 30). If you lose your keys, notify the Professional Staff immediately, another set will have to be made and your account will be charged $35 to replace the lost set.

Place your golf bags in storage. . .  Only Golf members are permitted to utilize the Club Storage option.  If you would like to store your bag(s) at The Club please notify the Professional Staff.  The Professional Staff will assign you a spot and will charge your account accordingly, $135 per  

bag (May 1-April 30). You will be able to get your bag out of storage during business hours throughout the golf season seven days a week, but during the winter months there will be limited access, Wednesday-Sunday only. Guest bags will be stored complimentary during their visit.

Go to the Practice Park or Golf Performance Center. . .  If you have clubs in the Bag Storage are planning on going to the Practice Park or Driving  

Range please call the Golf Shop at (505) 995-3535 in advance so the Professional Staff will be able to prepare for your arrival. These areas will be open seven (7) days a week except on Mondays when it opens at 9 a.m. At 2 p.m. the front tee of the Driving Range will be closed and the back tee of the Driving Range will be open. Signage will be posted indicating special instructions which may be in effect for that day.

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How To . . . Receive a GHIN Handicap. . .  We encourage everyone that is playing golf to have an established GHIN Handicap.  If you would like to receive a handicap, or already have a handicap elsewhere but would like to    

be able to post Las Campanas as a “Home” course, please notify the Golf Shop. They will charge your account accordingly, $40 January-December. The Golf Shop will register you for a number or input your current number into the GHIN computer and print out a credit card like print-out of current scores (if you have any), your handicap index, and trending handicap. Once you have finished a round of golf please turn your scorecard into the Golf Shop. The Professional Staff will post all scores for you if you would like or you can go online to www.ghin.com and post your scores yourself. The Professional Staff will post updates of all of the member’s handicaps and index according to gender and tee boxes played in both Locker Rooms on the 1st and 15th of every month. If you have any questions please let the Professional Staff know.

*Each year in the month of January the member accounts will be billed $40 for this service. If you wish to opt out of posting your scores at Las Campanas please notify the Professional Staff before January 1st.* Note: Having a GHIN Handicap at Las Campanas, as well as other places, allows the Professional Staff to: access scores, the ability to post your current index in the Locker Rooms for playing partners to view, and if there is an error in a score the Professional Staff will be able to correct this error before your index is updated.

Receive your Hole-in-One Plaque. . .  If you are in Las Campanas’ GHIN System and make a Hole-in-One at Las Campanas, you are

eligible to receive a Hole-in-One Plaque with the picture of the hole that you have accomplished the Hole-in-One on, $250 for the Bar in the Mixed Grille and $200 in Golf Shop Credit. Please call the Professional Staff immediately to inform them of the Hole-in-One at (505) 9953535. They will need a copy of the signed scorecard with a witness signature as well.

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Rates and Fees Bag Storage Fees $135 per bag annually (billed in May)

Club Repair Re-grip, $10-$40 per grip Re-shafting, $30-$60 per shaft Custom options are available and will be charged accordingly *Pricing depends on the type of grip, shaft, or club head to be repaired.*

GHIN Handicap Fees January 1-December 31 $40 *If you are a member of the GHIN Handicap System it will be automatically billed to your account.*

Group Outings If you have a group of eight (8) or more players, please call the Director of Golf, Brad Lardon at (505) 995-3537 or email blardon@clublc.com to set up your day of play, tee times, and any other special needs.

Guest Fees Cart Fee (Member and/or Guest w/ Member): $22 Cart Fee (Unaccompanied Guest): $30 Accompanied Guest Green Fee: $130 before 1:00pm/$80 after 1:00pm Equity Club Member Green Fee: $104 before 1:00pm/$64 after 1:00pm Unaccompanied Guest Green Fee: $250 Family Member Green Fee: $55 (accompanied)/$130 (unaccompanied) Junior Guest Fee: $25 *All rates are golf cart and tax excluded*

Locker Room Rentals 1/2 Locker Rental, $175 Full Locker Rental, $350

Simulator Fees 1 hour: $55/hour $40/Each additional hour Ex. 3 Hour Simulator Rental - $55 (1st Hour) + $80 (Hour 2/3) = $135

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Rates and Fees

Lesson Rates 30 Minutes

60 Minutes

Matt Smith, PGA Head of Instruction

$70

$120

Brad Lardon, PGA Director of Golf

$80

$150

Kyle Capps, PGA Head Golf Professional

$60

$110

PGA Assistant Professional Staff

$50

$90

Playing Lessons (on-course)

$100 (1st Hour)

$80 (Each add’l hour)

TPI Personal Training Movement Screen & Introduction to TPI: $40 Personal Training Rates: One Hour Session

$70

(5) One Hour Sessions

$332.50

(10) One Hour Sessions

$630.00

(20) One Hour Sessions

$1190.00

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Golf Programming Season Opening Meet and Greet Friday, May 19 (4:30 p.m.– 6:00 p.m.) Meet and greet with Head of Instruction, Matt Smith at the Performance Center on May 19th.

The Short Game School- $175 (11:00 p.m.– 1:30 p.m.) The quickest way to lower your scores is through an improved short game! Learn the keys to solid contact and controlling your golf ball on and around the green. This school covers putting, chipping, pitching and sand shots. Saturday, June 3rd Friday, June 23rd Saturday, July 8th Saturday, August 26th Saturday, September 16th

Golf 101- $245 (Two days per session; 9:30 a.m.—1:00 p.m.) For golfers who are beginners or for those of you that have not played in awhile, this program will walk you through the entire game of golf. The instruction will include but not limited to putting, sand shots, full swing, Rules, etiquette, and on-course strategies. Lunch included. Thursday - Friday June 8-9, 9:00 am - 1:00 pm Thursday - Friday June 29 - 30, 9:00 am - 1:00 pm Friday - Saturday July 21 - 22, 9:00 am - 1:00 pm

Mondays with Matt - $195 (9:00 a.m. to 2:00 pm) Every Monday April 3 to October 1st with the exception of Memorial Day and Labor Day Join Head of Instruction, Matt Smith, each Monday for an all around game improvement session. Each session will include short game instruction, full-swing instruction, on-course instruction and the Pro will buy you lunch. This is a fantastic opportunity to get a full game assessment. Following the day’s events, Matt will provide each participant with a detailed game analysis as well as practice recommendations going forward. You may sign-up solo, however we encourage you to get a group (2-4 players) and enjoy the day with Matt at the Practice Park and on the golf courses!

Friday Ladies’ Clinic- $25 (1:00 pm to 2:00 pm) Every Friday join the Professional staff in a one (1) hour clinic from Memorial Day - Labor Day 14


Golf Programming Platinum Golf Instruction Package ($3,000) May 1 - September 30 Limited to first 6 participants to sign up Great value, savings of over $1,000!

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Season long instructional program designed to allow each student to maximize their true potential as a complete player. Each program will be customized to the needs of the individual, however all packages will include;  Full-swing and short-game instruction  Equipment evaluations and gap analysis  Strengthening and conditioning programs  On-course instruction  Course management In addition to the above, each program includes the following;  (2) 30 minute lessons or (1) 60 minute lesson per week  (2) Playing lessons per month, Fridays or Saturdays at 2:00 pm

4 Hole Men (Coaching Program) - $30 (4:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m.) Thursdays, May 4 - September 14 The Men's 4-Hole Golf Clinic will be a social event for golfers of all levels. We will meet each week at the GPC for a short clinic to work on a different aspect of the game. These clinic's will cover full swing, short game, trouble shots, and even the rules of golf. Following each short clinic, we will go on the course to enjoy a few holes of golf. Each week we will host an instructional clinic on a different topic from 4:00–4:30, followed by 4 holes of on course play accompanied by a member of the golf professional staff. The cost of the program is $30 each week you participate. You may sign-up one week in advance by calling or stopping by the golf shop. Sign-up will be limited to 12 players each week. Topics we’ll cover include: How to set up a meaningful practice routine Managing your way around the course Pace of play and having fun How to use all of your clubs and what club to use from different yardages Chipping, putting and bunker play Iron’s and wedges Hitting your driver Fairway woods and hybrids Playing shots from a variety of lies Recovery shots Etc. 15


Golf Performance Center Located on the Southeast corner of the Practice Park, the Golf Performance Center (GPC) is a 2800 square foot state of the art training facility. The GPC affords golf members the opportunity to improve their games rain or shine. Inside the GPC you will find a lounge, putting areas, three indoor/outdoor hitting bays and an indoor golf simulator. In addition to the space, the GPC is fitted with cutting edge technology including;  AboutGolf Simulator: Used by the Golf Channel and PGA Tour, our simulator can be used for practice and play. Provides highly accurate ball and swing data. Great option when the weather is nasty!  Trackman: Launch monitor that measures ball spin rate, club head speed, ball speed, launch angle, direction, distance and more. Utilized during lessons, club fittings and practice sessions. Can be used both indoors and outdoors.  V1 Video Equipment: Each of our teaching bays is armed with V1 video software. With four (4) cameras in each bay, we are able to capture, down the line, face on, and overhead views of your golf swing. Instructors are trained to utilize video to capture, compare and improve the performance of their students.  SAM PuttLab: The worlds most accurate and comprehensive putt analysis and training system. 43 % of the golf shots are putts, however, putting is rarely trained systematically. This technology allows our instructors to evaluate your strengths and weaknesses and fit you to the correct putter for your stroke. Additionally, it may be utilized for training modules to quantify your progress during practice sessions.  Equipment Fitting Systems: Getting custom fit for clubs is essential for golfers looking to take the next step in their game. Our staff of Golf Professionals are equipped with the technology, expertise, and fitting philosophy to work with you to dial in equipment that’s built for your game. Our only goal is to maximize your enjoyment of the game by helping you to shoot lower scores. We carry fitting carts with the latest and greatest from Callaway, Ping, TaylorMade and Titleist.

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Golf Fitness Programming

Strengthen your body Lower your scores

Hit it Further, Feel Better, Play More JD Daigle, Assistant Golf Professional is a “Class A” PGA Member, an ACE certified personal trainer, TPI Level 1 certified and holds a degree in Exercise Science. JD is available to help you bridge the gap between your fitness and golf performance through customized TPI programs. Contact jddaigle@clublc.com What is TPI? Golf fitness isn’t about looking like a bodybuilder or the best player on Tour. It’s about being fit to play the game at an individual’s highest level and doing so without causing injury. It’s about understanding how a body’s limitations can influence the golf swing and how to address those limitations through the proper channels; whether it’s through swing instruction, physical rehabilitation or strength and conditioning exercise. It’s about understanding the latest technology and how that technology can be implemented to increase performance. JD’s Philosophy There is no one way to swing a golf club. There is an infinite number of ways. The golf swing is one of the most complex sports movements involving strength, power, balance, flexibility, coordination, and endurance. Increased physical ability leads to a more efficient golf swing and better scores. A training regimen is just the beginning of increased quality of life in everyday activities, as well as, on the golf course. 17


Golf Programming 4 Hole Ladies - $30 (includes complimentary glass of wine) (4:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m.) Wednesdays, May 3-September 13 This spring we are excited to bring back our 4 Hole ladies golf program. This is a noncompetitive instructional program custom tailored for the needs of new and beginning golfers to the game. Whether you come out for the instruction or just to socialize with your peers, you are sure to enjoy yourselves. Our goal is to learn a little (or a lot), while having a really good time! We will be hosting 4 Holers at 4:00pm on Wednesday evenings from May 18th through August 31st. Complimentary rental sets provided. Ladies are encouraged to stick around and enjoy a glass of wine on the Torreon following play. There will be wine specials each week for 4 Holers participants only. Each week we will host an instructional clinic on a different topic from 4:00 – 4:30, followed by 4 holes of on course play accompanied by a member of the golf professional staff. The cost of the program is $30 each week you participate. You may sign-up one week in advance by calling or stopping by the golf shop. Sign-up will be limited to 12 players each week. Topics we’ll cover include: The Rules and Etiquette of Golf How to set up a meaningful practice routine Managing your way around the course Pace of play and having fun, even when it’s busy How to use all of your clubs and what club to use from different yardages Chipping, putting and bunker play Iron’s and wedges Hitting your driver Fairway woods and hybrids If you have any questions, feel free to ask. We are here to help. To register, please contact the professional staff at 505.995.3535 or Head of Instruction, Matt Smith at msmith@clublc.com

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Golf Programming

Junior Golf Camps Our specialized teaching methods reach out to children on their level and instruct in all aspects of proper play in a fun and creative manner. We group students by a combination of factors that include age, maturity and ability. The goal in these Junior Golf Camps is to create enthusiastic, well mannered Junior Golfers who walk away from our camp with a love of the game and a solid foundation of skills that they can build upon. With a teacher-student ratio of 6:1, each of the Junior Golfers will receive ample individual and group instruction from Las Campanas’ Professional Staff. As with all of our golf group programs, we will supply clubs to those who need them. Instruction Includes Bunker play, chipping, pitching, course management, etiquette, the golf swing, putting, daily contests, strategy and MORE! Members and Guests of Members are WELCOME! Ages 5-16 9 a.m.-1 p.m., Monday-Friday Members: $400 (includes children and grandchildren) Guests: $450 (non-family guests) *Program includes USGA Rules Book, junior golf camp shirt, prizes, awards, five lunches and certified golf instructors.*

SESSION DATES

DAILY SCHEDULE

June 12-16 June 26-30 July 10-14 July 17-21 July 31–August 4 August 7-11

9:00-9:15 a.m. 9:15-10:05 a.m. 10:15-11:00 a.m. 11:10-12:00 p.m. 12:00-12:30 p.m. 12:30-1:00 p.m.

Arrival Skills Station 1 Skills Station 2 Skills Station 3 Lunch Skills Challenge

*In order to sign up the junior for the Junior Golf Camps, the registration form must be filled out completely and returned to the Professional Staff. Space is very limited, sign up soon!* 19


Golf Programming

Free Clinic Day(s) EVENT TYPE: Member Event LOCATION: Practice Park COST: Complimentary DATE(S): Saturday, May 20th Saturday, June 10th Friday, July 14th SPECIAL EVENTS: Sign-up in the Golf Shop for a complimentary clinic with your Professional Staff!

May 20th

June 10th

July 14th

8 a.m.

Fundamentals of the Swing

9 a.m.

Off the Tee

10 a.m.

Putting

11 a.m.

Around the Green

8 a.m.

Putting

9 a.m.

Around the Green

10 a.m.

Off the Tee

11 a.m.

Fundamentals of the Swing

8 a.m.

Fundamentals of the Swing

9 a.m.

Off the Tee

10 a.m.

Putting

11 a.m.

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Golf Programming

Equipment Fitting Days EVENT TYPE: Member Event, Guest of members are welcomed LOCATION: Golf Performance Center COST: Complimentary, please schedule an appointment with the Golf Shop DATE(S): Fitting Series #1

Fitting Series #2

June 7 - PXG June 8 - Ping June 9 - Callaway June 10 - TaylorMade June 11 - Titleist

July 1 - PXG July 6 - Ping July 7 - Callaway July 8 - TaylorMade

Concept: Each Fitting Day will have a sign-up in advance. Appointments will be available in 30 minute increments. Three (3) appointments will be available each hour. During this time you will have one on one attention with a member of the Golf Professional staff as well as the assistance of the manufacturer’s representative. Member’s may drop-in, however those with appointments will receive priority. Purpose: GET CUSTOM FIT FOR ULTIMATE PERFORMANCE Want to maximize your performance on the course? Getting custom fit for clubs is essential for golfers looking to take the next step in their game. Our staff of Golf Professionals are equipped with the technology, expertise, and fitting philosophy to work with you to dial in equipment that’s built for your game. Our only goal is to maximize your enjoyment of the game by helping you to shoot lower scores.

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Golf 101

Golf Shop: Monday—Thursday, 6:30 a.m.–6 p.m. Friday– Sunday, 6 a.m.—6 p.m. Tee Time Start: Monday—Thursday, 7:30 a.m. Friday–Sunday, 7 a.m. Driving Range Hours: Monday, 9 a.m.-Dusk Tuesday—Thursday, 7 a.m.–Dusk Friday–Sunday, 6:30 a.m.—Dusk 24

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Sunrise Closed Golf Shop:

Monday—Thursday, 6:30 a.m.–6p.m. Friday–Sunday, 6 a.m.—6 p.m. Tee Time Start: Monday—Thursday, 7:30 a.m. Friday–Sunday, 7 a.m. Driving Range Hours: Monday, 9 a.m.—Dusk Tuesday—Thursday, 7 a.m.–Dusk Friday–Sunday, 6:30 a.m.—Dusk 25


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Golf Shop: Monday—Thursday, 6:30 a.m.–6p.m. Friday–Sunday, 6 a.m.—6 p.m. Tee Time Start: Monday—Thursday, 7:30 a.m. Friday–Sunday, 7 a.m. Driving Range Hours: Monday, 9 a.m.—Dusk Tuesday—Thursday, 7 a.m.–Dusk Friday–Sunday, 6:30 a.m.—Dusk 26


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Golf Shop: 8 a.m.–5 p.m. Tee Time Start: 9 a.m. Driving Range Hours: Monday, 9:30 a.m.-Dusk Tuesday-Sunday, 8:30 a.m.–Dusk *Note: Weather permitting, the courses will not open until the temperature reaches 40 degrees Fahrenheit* 28


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Golf Shop: 9 a.m.–4 p.m. Tee Time Start: 10 a.m. Driving Range Hours: Monday, 10:30 a.m.—Dusk Tuesday-Sunday, 9:30 a.m.–Dusk *Note: Weather permitting, the courses will not open until the temperature reaches 40 degrees Fahrenheit* 29


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Winter Hours Begin: December 1, 2017–March 31, 2018 (Wednesday-Sunday) Golf Shop: 9 a.m.—4 p.m. -On Mondays and Tuesdays we will allow walking on the golf course; a sign will be posted on the first tees of both nine holes indicating if they are open or closed(closed Monday and Tuesday)

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On-going Events. . . Ladies’ Days Men’s League Play with the Pros Sunday Couples’ Cup 31


On-going Events

Ladies’ Days Event Type: Member Event, Guests are welcome Cost: $30 per player initial fee, $5 per player per week cash Entry Deadlines: The Tuesday before at 12 p.m. Shotgun Start: 9 a.m. throughout the season

FORMATS AND DATES: May 31st Opening Day Scramble

Each team will be grouped with a Golf Professional or Superintendent. Each player will hit a shot, select the best shot and the person who hit the previous shot steps aside. (Lunch Included)

June 7th Partner Day

Placed into two-person teams, play the front 9 in a Las Vegas Scramble and the back 9 in a Best Ball format.

June 14th Pick your partner. Play the front 9 in a Scramble format and the back 9 in a Ladies’ Member- Modified Alternate Shot format. Member Practice Round June 21st Ladies’ Invitational

4 Person Shamble. Each player will hit a tee shot. The best positioned ball will be selected. Each player will then play their own ball in the remainder of the hole. One (1) Net Best Ball and One (1) Gross Best Ball count towards team score.

June 28th Skins Day

Pick your foursome. Skins will be awarded based on the low net score on each hole.

July 5th Odds and Evens

1 Net Best Ball on the ODD holes and 2 Net Best Ball on the EVEN holes.

July 12th Chapman Alternate Shot

Placed into two-person teams, you and your partner will play a Chapman Alternate Shot. Teammates switch balls after their tee shots, select the one best ball after their second shots and then play alternate shots until the ball is holed.

July 19th Modified Stableford

Each player will be given a quota that they will try to get to during their round. By accumulating points during your round, you will try to reach and surpass your quota.

July 26th Open Play

Enjoy a day of golf with friends, choose your foursome. There is no official event this week as The Belle is hosted July 27-29. We hope you will join us!

August 2nd Lone Ranger

This is a 4-person team event. On each hole you will count two (2) net balls. On holes 1 through 16, one of the net balls must be from “Lone Ranger”. On holes 17 & 18 you may use any two (2) low net balls from the foursome.

August 9th 1 Net Best Ball

Placed into two-person teams, your and your partner will play a 1 Net Best Ball. Each player players their own ball. Dots fall where they may. Best net score on each hole will count towards your team score.

August 23rd 9 Best Holes

Pick your foursome. Individual game, play all 18 holes, at the end of the day, you keep your best 9 scores in relation to par. Gross and Net winners.

August 30th Closing Day

Enjoy a round of golf with your Golf Professionals and Superintendents in a scramble format. (Lunch included)

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On-going Events

Men’s League Completely overhauled for 2017! Men’s League will feature 11 dates, consisting of both 9 hole and 18 hole formats on alternating dates. As you will see below, there are a variety of formats, some will allow you to pick your partner (indicated by an *), while others will allow the Professional staff to pair you up. Either way, we think you will really enjoy the games! Speaking of the Professional Staff, we plan to play alongside Men’s League as much as possible throughout the season. Relaxed rules of golf will be in effect each week and Ready Golf is encouraged! Cash games will be paid out on a weekly basis, while points will be awarded based on your team’s finish as well as individual on-course competitions, such as Closest to the Pin contests. At the end of the year, cash and prizes will be awarded to those at the top of the points list. Our priority is your enjoyment and the integration of each member into the social fabric of the Club. See you on Wednesdays! Event Type: Men’s Member Event, Guests are welcome for appropriate fee Cost: $40 per player initial fee, $20 per player per week cash Entry Deadlines: End of business day on Monday prior to the event Shotgun Start: 9 a.m. throughout the season

FORMATS AND DATES: June 7th Opening Day

Join the Professional Staff in an 18 Hole Scramble, players will be paired in (A/B/C/D) format with lunch to follow on Torreon.

June 14th* 9 Hole 2-Man Shamble

Pick your partner or we will pair your up. Player’s play their own tee ball, select the best positioned ball and 1 Net BB counts.

June 28th 18 Hole Team Quota

4 Person Team Quota. Stableford points with all scores counting after choosing a select drive. 18 Holes.

July 5th 9 Hole Par 3 Contest

Closest to the Pin and Net Skins available on each hole. All holes will be set-up from 180 yards and in.

July 12th 4 Person Cha-Cha-Cha

Each player plays their own ball recording a gross score for each hole. Your team will count 1 Net, 2 Net, 3 Net repeating. 18 Holes.

July 19th* 9 Hole Modified Chapman

2 person teams. Both players tee off, then hit partner’s ball. From here teams select best ball and scramble until ball is holed.

July 26th 18 Hole Lone Ranger

4 Person, 18 Hole Event. On each hole you will count two (2) net balls. On holes 1 through 16, one of the net balls must be from “Lone Ranger”. On holes 17 & 18 you may use any two (2) low net balls from the foursome.

August 2nd 9 Hole Individual Quota

Play your own ball using the Stableford quota scoring system.

August 9th 18 Hole 4 Person Shamble

Each player tees off, team selects the best drive. Low 2 net balls will count towards the team score.

August 23rd* 9 Hole Best Ball

Pick your partner. Each player will play their own ball. Best net score of the twosome counts towards team score.

September 6th Closing Day

18 Surprises. We are going to step out of the box here and have a seriously good time. Great finish to the season! Lunch to follow.

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On-going Events

Play with the Pros DATE(S): Thursday, May 25th Thursday, June 15th Thursday, July 13th Thursday, August 10th Thursday, September 21st COURSE(S): SUNRISE and SUNSET TIME OF EVENT: 9 a.m. Shotgun Start EVENT TYPE: Members only but Guests are allowed on a space available basis FORMAT(S): Various Scramble Formats will be used throughout the season TEE(S): Men– Silver or Blue Tees Ladies– Turquoise Tees HANDICAP The team will receive 10% of the combined team’s handicap ALLOCATION: HANDICAP Maximum handicap allotment is 36 ELIGIBILITY: The players must have established and verifiable handicaps to participate PAIRINGS: Assigned by the Professional Staff DIVISIONS: None PRIZES: Golf Shop Credit SPECIAL EVENTS: Play with the Professional Staff and Superintendents, use their drives to go low! SIGN UP: Through the Professional Staff at (505) 995-3535 or sign up online ENTRY FEE: $35 per player (includes golf cart), $100 per guest (space available only) FOOD & BEVERAGE: Optional Lunch following play (not included) ENTRY DEADLINE: End of business day two days prior to the event. NO SHOW POLICY: The cart fee will be charged the day of play if you cancel after the entry deadline CONTACT PERSON: Professional Staff

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On-going Events

Sunday Couples’ Cup The season long competition will run from June 11th through September 10th on most Sundays for a total of 12 dates. You may play as many or as few dates as you wish and your best 5 scores will count toward the season long points total. You may sign-up as a member couple or a mixed member couple (1 male, 1 female, married or not). There is no minimum number of scores required to win. Example; if my partner and I only play 3 events, but win each one and have more points than the next best couple, we are still the winners. The competition each week will consist of the season long couples event plus a different format weekly where you compete with the couple you are paired with against the rest of the foursomes.

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Season Long Game – 1 Net of the Couple - $50 for the Season Weekly Game – Varies Each Week - $10 per Couple each Week Tee Times will be set aside from 10:00-11:00 each Sunday

WEEKLY FORMATS AND DATES: June 11th 2 Net Best Ball

Each player plays their own ball recording a gross score for each hole. 2 Best Net scores count towards team total.

June 18th Guys & Gals

Each player plays their own ball recording a gross score for each hole. 1 Net BB of the Guys + 1 Net BB of Gals = Team Score

June 25th Cha-Cha-Cha (1,2,3 Net)

Each player plays their own ball recording a gross score for each hole. Your team will count 1 Net, 2 Net, 3 Net repeating.

July 9th 1 Net Even/2 Net Odd

Each player plays their own ball recording a gross score for each hole. Team score will consist of 1 Net BB on even numbered holes and 2 Net BB on odd numbered holes.

July 16th 2 Net Even/1 Net Odd

Each player plays their own ball recording a gross score for each hole. Team score will consist of 1 Net BB on odd numbered holes and 2 Net BB on even numbered holes.

July 23rd Lone Ranger

Each player plays their own ball recording a gross score for each hole. On each hole you will count two (2) net balls. On holes 1 through 16, one of the net balls must be from the “Lone Ranger”. On holes 17 & 18 you may use any two (2) low net balls.

July 30th Easy as 1,2,3...

Each player plays their own ball recording a gross score for each hole. 1 Net on Par 5s, 2 Net on Par 4s, 3 Net on Par 5s.

August 6th 2 by 4

Each player plays their own ball recording a gross score for each hole. On holes 1,9,10, 18 the team will count all 4-net balls. On the remaining holes, the team will count its 2-lowest net balls.

August 13th 2 Net BB SKIN$

Each player plays their own ball recording a gross score for each hole. Payouts will be awarded to low team score on each hole.

August 20th Each player plays their own ball recording a gross score for each hole. 1 Net Front 9/2 Net Back 9 1 Net BB on the Front 9, 2 Net BBs on the Back 9 = Team Score. September 3rd Guys & Gals

Each player plays their own ball recording a gross score for each hole. 1 Net BB of the Guys + 1 Net BB of Gals = Team Score

September 10th 2 Net Best Ball

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The “Majors” May 13

Foursome Kickoff Tournament

May 27

Member-Member-Member

June 4

Couple’s Club Championship

June 16-17

Ladies’ Member-Member

June 24-25

Men’s Member-Member

June 21

Ladies’ Invitational

June 29

Member & 3-Guest Day

July 1-4

Fourth of July Weekend Festivities

July 10

400 Hole Marathon

July 15

The Chile Cup, Texas vs. The Rest of the World

July 27-29

The Belle, Ladies’ Member-Guest

August 16 - 19

The Showdown, Men’s Member-Guest

August 26 - 27

Men’s & Ladies’ Club Championships

September 7 September 26 - 2 8 October 15 - 17

Member-Employee Scramble USGA Women’s State Team Championship Men’s Invitational

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Event Descriptions

Foursome Kickoff Tournament DATE(S): Saturday, May 13th COURSE(S): SUNRISE TIME OF EVENT: 9:30 a.m. EVENT TYPE: Mixed, Guests welcome FORMAT(S): Four-person team event, Scramble Format with fun contests on the golf course TEE(S): Men– Blue Tees Ladies– Turquoise Tees HANDICAP 20%, 15%, 10% , 5% split among the team beginning with the ALLOCATION: lowest handicapped player in the group HANDICAP Maximum handicap allotment is 36 ELIGIBILITY: PAIRINGS: You may select your own group, or the Professional Staff would be pleased to pair you up DIVISIONS: n/a PRIZES: All prizes will be awarded in Golf Shop credit SIGN UP: Through the Professional Staff at (505) 995-3535 or sign up online ENTRY FEE: $40 per player, $130 per Guest FOOD & BEVERAGE: Lunch and a Member’s bar following play ENTRY DEADLINE: End of business on May 10th NO SHOW POLICY: Full entry fee will be charged after the deadline CONTACT PERSON: Professional Staff

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Member-Member-Member DATE(S): Saturday, May 27th COURSE(S): SUNSET TIME OF EVENT: 9:00 am Shotgun Start EVENT TYPE: Open to all members, mixed event FORMAT(S): Three members to a team, one (1) low net score on the Par 4’s and Par 5’s and two (2) low net scores on the Par 3’s TEE(S): Men – Gold, Silver or Blue Tees Ladies – Turquoise Tees HANDICAP Strokes will be applied as they fall on the scorecard, 90% of the men’s ALLOCATION: handicap and 95% of the ladies’ handicap will be given HANDICAP Maximum handicap allotment is 36 ELIGIBILITY: You must have an established and verifiable handicap to participate PAIRINGS: Form your own group, or the Professional Staff will be pleased to pair you up DIVISIONS: The field will be flighted by combined team handicaps PRIZES: Prizes will be awarded to the Overall Champions SPECIAL EVENTS: Entry fee includes a reception after play SIGN UP: Through the Professional Staff at (505) 995-3535 or sign up online ENTRY FEE: $45 per player FOOD & BEVERAGE: Member’s Bar and Hors d’oeuvres following play ENTRY DEADLINE: End of business on May 24th NO SHOW POLICY: Full entry fee will be charged after the deadline CONTACT PERSON: Professional Staff

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Couple’s Club Championship DATE(S): Sunday, June 4th COURSE(S): SUNRISE TIME OF EVENT: 9:00 am Shotgun Start EVENT TYPE: Two Person Teams FORMAT(S): Holes 1-9, Las Vegas Scramble Format Holes 10-18, Best Ball Format TEE(S): Men- Silver or Blue Tees Ladies– Turquoise Tees HANDICAP 75% of the individual players’ handicap will be given in the Las ALLOCATION: Vegas Format. 90% of the men’s handicap and 95% of the ladies’ handicap will be given in the Best Ball Format HANDICAP The maximum handicap allotment is 36 ELIGIBILITY: You and your partner must have established and verifiable handicaps to participate PAIRINGS: Assigned by the Professional Staff DIVISIONS: Gross and Net PRIZES: Golf Shop Credit plus trophies will be awarded to the winners of the Divisions, along with recognition on the “Wall of Champions” for the Gross Flight Champion SPECIAL EVENTS: Come and enjoy a day of competitive golf with your spouse or friend SIGN UP: Through the Professional Staff at (505) 995-3535 or sign up online ENTRY FEE: $90 per team FOOD & BEVERAGE: Lunch following play ENTRY DEADLINE: End of business on May 31st NO SHOW POLICY: Full entry fee will be charged after the deadline CONTACT PERSON: Professional Staff

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Ladies’ Member-Member DATE(S): Thursday and Friday, June 16-17 COURSE(S): SUNSET and SUNRISE TIME OF EVENT: 8:30 a.m. Shotgun Start Both Days EVENT TYPE: Members only FORMAT(S): Day 1: 1-9 Scramble format and 10-18 Best Ball format Day 2: 1-9 Las Vegas Scramble format and 10-18 Modified Alternate Shot format TEE(S): Turquoise Tees HANDICAP 35% of player’s A handicap and 15% of player’s B handicap will be used ALLOCATION: in the Scramble format. 95% of the individual player’s handicap will be used for the Best Ball format. 75% of the individual player’s handicap will be used for the Las Vegas Scramble format and 40% of the combined partner’s handicap will be used in the Modified Alternate Shot format. HANDICAP The maximum handicap allotment is 36. A maximum handicap index ELIGIBILITY: difference of no more than 10 strokes will be used for the partners You and your partner must have established and verifiable handicaps to participate PAIRINGS: Assigned by the Professional Staff DIVISIONS: Flighted based on the combined team index PRIZES: Golf Shop Credit plus the Overall Winners will be recognized on the “Wall of Champions.” Payout breakdown to be determined by participation SPECIAL EVENTS: On June 25th we will be having an evening awards dinner. During that time the winners will be announced and prizes awarded. Spouses not playing in the Men’s Member-Member will be charged an additional $40 if they would like to come for dinner. SIGN UP: Through the Professional Staff at (505) 995-3535 or sign up online ENTRY FEE: $200 per player FOOD & BEVERAGE: Two (2) breakfasts, two (2) lunches and the Sunday awards dinner ENTRY DEADLINE: End of business June 11th NO SHOW POLICY: Full entry fee will be charged after the deadline CONTACT PERSON: Professional Staff EVENT COMMITTEE: Gail Roos

Kyle Capps Brad Lardon

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Men’s Member-Member DATE(S): Saturday and Sunday, June 24-25 COURSE(S): SUNSET and SUNRISE TIME OF EVENT: 8:30 a.m. Shotgun Start Both Days EVENT TYPE: Members only FORMAT(S): Stableford Quota Day 1: Quota’s are calculated by combining you and your partner’s course handicap then subtracting from 72. Both you and your partner then accumulate combined points based on the schedule below. Day 2: Quota’s will be adjusted after Round 1 by 50% of however many points you are +/- from your Round 1 Quota. TEE(S): Gold, Silver or Blue *Players may not select a tee that is forward from where they have established their handicaps POINTS 0 - Double Bogey SCHEDULE: 1 - Bogey 2 - Par

4 - Birdie 8 - Eagle/Hole-in-One

HANDICAP The maximum handicap allotment 36. A maximum handicap index ELIGIBILITY: difference of no more than 10 strokes will be used for the partners You and your partner must have established and verifiable handicaps to participate PAIRINGS: Assigned by the Professional Staff DIVISIONS: Flighted based on the combined team index PRIZES: Golf Shop Credit plus the Winner of the Shoot-out will be recognized on the “Wall of Champions.” Payout breakdown to be determined by participation SPECIAL EVENTS: Shoot-out; the winners of each Flight will qualify for the Shoot-out after the second round On June 25th we will be having an evening awards dinner. During that time the winners will be announced and prizes awarded. Spouses not playing in the Ladies’ Member-Member will be charged an additional $40 if they would like to attend dinner. SIGN UP: Through the Professional Staff at (505) 995-3535 or sign up online ENTRY FEE: $200 per player FOOD & BEVERAGE: Two (2) breakfasts, two (2) lunches, and the Sunday awards dinner ENTRY DEADLINE: End of business on June 18th NO SHOW POLICY: Full entry fee will be charged after the deadline CONTACT PERSON: Professional Staff EVENT COMMITTEE: Gary Seger

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Ladies’ Invitational DATE(S): Wednesday, June 21st COURSE(S): SUNRISE TIME OF EVENT: 9 a.m. Shotgun Start EVENT TYPE: Members and Invited Guests only FORMAT(S): Shamble. Each player will hit a tee shot. The best positioned ball will be selected. Each player will then play their own ball in the remainder of the hole. One (1) Net Best Ball and One (1) Gross Best Ball will count out of the foursome. May not be from the same player. TEE(S): Turquoise Tees HANDICAP Strokes will be applied as they fall on the scorecard, 75% will be given ALLOCATION: HANDICAP You must have an established and verifiable handicap to participate, ELIGIBILITY: maximum handicap allotment is 36 PAIRINGS: The individuals may choose their foursome, this tournament does not require a lady member to be present in the group DIVISIONS: Flighted based on the combined team index Looking to have a full field of 120 players and four (4) flights PRIZES: All prizes will be awarded in Golf Shop credit SPECIAL EVENTS: Guests must pay the full amount to be able to reserve a spot in this tournament, checks only SIGN UP: Through the Professional Staff at (505) 995-3535 or sign up online ENTRY FEE: $75 per member, $125 per Guest FOOD & BEVERAGE: Continental breakfast in the morning and lunch following play ENTRY DEADLINE: End of business on June 14th or until the field is full NO SHOW POLICY: Full entry fee will be charged after the deadline CONTACT PERSON: Professional Staff

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Member & 3-Guest Day DATE(S): Thursday, June 29th COURSE(S): SUNSET TIME OF EVENT: 9 a.m. Shotgun Start EVENT TYPE: Members and Invited Guests only FORMAT(S): 2 Net Best Ball of the Foursome TEE(S): Gold, Silver, Blue & Turquoise HANDICAP Strokes will be applied as they fall on the scorecard. 90% of the men’s ALLOCATION: handicap and 95% of the ladies’ handicap will be given. HANDICAP You must have an established and verifiable handicap to participate, ELIGIBILITY: maximum handicap allotment is 36 PAIRINGS: The individuals may choose their foursome. DIVISIONS: Flighted based on the combined team index Looking to have a full field of 100 players and four (4) flights PRIZES: All prizes will be awarded in Golf Shop credit SPECIAL EVENTS: On-course events for men and women will be available SIGN UP: Through the Professional Staff at (505) 995-3535 or sign up online ENTRY FEE: $200/team (1 member and 3 guests) FOOD & BEVERAGE: Continental breakfast and lunch included ENTRY DEADLINE: End of business on June 22nd or until the field is full NO SHOW POLICY: Full entry fee will be charged after the deadline CONTACT PERSON: Professional Staff

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Flag Day Tournament DATE: Saturday, July 1st TIME: 7:00 am to Noon COURSE(S): Sunrise & Sunset FORMAT: Net event using full course handicap DESCRIPTION: Your current index will be converted into your course handicap from the tee and course you choose to play. Course handicap plus par of 72 gives you your stroke allotment for the day. Once you have reached your allotted number of strokes, simply place your flag in the ground. The player to carry their flag the furthest is the winner. FEE: $10 SIGN-UP: You may opt in on #1 of Sunrise or Sunset on the day of play

Beat the Pros DATE: Sunday, July 2nd TIME: 7:00 am to Noon COURSE(S): Sunrise & Sunset FORMAT: 1 Net Best Ball of the Twosome (Pick your Partner) DESCRIPTION: Everything to gain, nothing to lose! You and your partner will play a one (1) net best ball format attempting to Beat the Pros. If you score better than Brad & Kyle’s score, you double your golf shop credit. If Brad and Kyle’s score is lower than yours, the money you wagered will be posted as credit to your account. Either way, you can’t lose! FEE: $10-$500 (Shop Credit) SIGN-UP: You may opt in on #1 of Sunrise or Sunset on the day of play

Family Par 3 Challenge DATE: Monday, July 3rd TIME: ALL Day COURSE(S): Sunrise Front Nine FORMAT: Par 3 Scramble DESCRIPTION: All holes will be set-up as Par 3’s between 50-150 yards. You and your family will play a scramble, choosing the best shot each time until the ball is holed. Fun way to spend the day with the family! FEE: $10 per player SIGN-UP: You may opt in on #1 of Sunrise or Sunset on the day of play 44


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The Firecracker Open DATE(S): Tuesday, July 4th COURSE(S): SUNSET TIME OF EVENT: 8:30 a.m. Shotgun Start EVENT TYPE: Mixed Event, Guests are welcome FORMAT(S): Four-person team event, Scramble Format with fun contests on the golf course TEE(S): Men- Silver (White) or Blue Tees Ladies- Turquoise (Red) Tees HANDICAP 20%, 15%, 10% , 5% split among the team beginning with the lowest ALLOCATION: handicapped player in the group HANDICAP The maximum handicap allotment is 36 ELIGIBILITY: You must have an established and verifiable handicap to participate PAIRINGS: Select your own foursome or the Professional Staff would be pleased to pair you up DIVISIONS: None PRIZES: Golf Shop Credit SPECIAL EVENTS: n/a SIGN UP: Through the Professional Staff at (505) 995-3535 or sign up online ENTRY FEE: $50 per player, $125 per guest FOOD & BEVERAGE: Grab n’ Go Breakfast and BBQ Lunch included ENTRY DEADLINE: End of business July 1st NO SHOW POLICY: Must inform the Professional Staff no later than the end of day on July 2nd if you are unable to play. CONTACT PERSON: Professional Staff

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The Chile Cup “Texas vs the Rest of the World” DATE(S): Saturday, July 15th COURSE(S): SUNRISE TIME OF EVENT: 8:30 a.m. Shotgun Start EVENT TYPE: Mixed Member Event FORMAT(S): Two person teams designated by the Professional Staff (based on Handicap) playing a 9 & 9 Format, the first nine (9) holes is a Best Ball Format, and the final nine (9) holes is individual match play. If you win a match you will receive one (1) point, a tie is half a point (1/2) and a loss is zero (0) points TEE(S): Men- Silver or Blue Tees Ladies’- Turquoise Tees HANDICAP 90% of the men’s handicap and 95% of the ladies handicap will be ALLOCATION: used for the Best Ball Format. For the individual match you will be given your strokes as they fall on the scorecard off the lowest handicapped player HANDICAP The maximum handicap allotment is 36 ELIGIBILITY: You must have an established and verifiable handicap to participate PAIRINGS: Assigned by the Professional Staff DIVISIONS: Texans and Rest of the World on two (2) separate teams playing against one another PRIZES: The winning team receives lunch from the losing team SPECIAL EVENTS: Pairings party will be held on Friday evening prior to the event. Team captains will select pairings during the event. SIGN UP: Through the Professional Staff at (505) 995-3535 or sign up online ENTRY FEE: $60; Losing team buys lunch FOOD & BEVERAGE: Hors d’oeuvres at Pairings Party on Friday evening, breakfast prior to play and Texas barbeque following play ENTRY DEADLINE: End of business July 8th NO SHOW POLICY: The cart fee will be charged the day of play if you cancelled after the entry deadline CONTACT PERSON: Professional Staff EVENT COMMITTEE: Brad Lardon, PGA Kyle Capps, PGA

TEAM CAPTAINS: Team Texas - Helen & Alan Buckwalter Team World - Marta & Steve Davis

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The Belle, Ladies’ Member-Guest DATE(S): Thursday-Saturday, July 27-29 COURSE(S): SUNRISE TIME OF EVENT: 8:30 a.m. Shotgun Start EVENT TYPE: Lady members and their guests or teams of two (2) guests FORMAT(S): Two (2) day event, 36 holes A Practice Round will be held on July 28th, spouses are welcome Two days of net best ball combined with an Eclectic Round to add up to three 18 hole rounds. The Eclectic round is established by taking the best net hole by hole score from either round. TEE(S): Turquoise Tees HANDICAP Strokes will be applied as they fall on the scorecard, 95% will be given ALLOCATION: HANDICAP Maximum handicap allotment is 36. The maximum individual ELIGIBILITY: handicap index differential between partners is ten (10). Each player must have established and verifiable handicaps to participate PAIRINGS: Assigned by the Professional Staff DIVISIONS: Flights will be created according to the team combined handicaps and the number of flights will be based on participation. PRIZES: Golf Shop Credit and trophies will be awarded to the Overall Champions and the Flight Winners following the shoot-out SPECIAL EVENTS: Shoot-out after the final round, immediately following lunch. Flight Winners and one (1) Wild Card will be entered into the Shoot-Out SIGN UP: Through the Professional Staff at (505) 995-3535 or sign up online ENTRY FEE: $500 per Member-Guest Team $695 per Guest-Guest Team FOOD & BEVERAGE: A cocktail party celebrating The Belle, will be held on Thursday, July 27th. Breakfast and lunch will be served on both days of the tournament ENTRY DEADLINE: End of business July 16th NO SHOW POLICY: Full entry will be charged after the deadline CONTACT PERSON: Professional Staff EVENT COMMITTEE: Karen Lansing Kyle Capps Brad Lardon

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The Showdown, Men’s Member-Guest DATE(S): Wednesday-Saturday, August 16-19 COURSE(S): SUNSET and SUNRISE TIME OF EVENT: 8 a.m. Shotgun Start EVENT TYPE: Open to all male members and their male guests FORMAT(S): Three (3) day event, 45 holes. *18 holes will be played on Thursday & Friday, 9 Holes and a Shootout on Saturday. Practice Rounds will be held on August 17th, spouses are welcome Each team will play a Better-Ball match against the other teams in their assigned Flights (5 matches total) TEE(S): Gold, Silver, Blue HANDICAP Strokes will be given as they fall on the scorecard off the lowest ALLOCATION: handicap player between the match The low index for the past six (6) months will be used HANDICAP The maximum handicap allotment is 36. ELIGIBILITY: The players must have established and verifiable handicaps to participate PAIRINGS: Assigned by the Professional Staff DIVISIONS: Flights will be created according to the team combined handicap. The field will be broken into Flights of six (6) teams. PRIZES: Prizes will be awarded to the Overall Champions and the Flight Winners at the Awards Dinner SPECIAL EVENTS: Tee prize pick-up and skills challenges will be hosted at the Practice Park on Wednesday, spouses welcome SIGN UP: The registration form must be completely filled out and handed into the Professional Staff ENTRY FEE: $1,275 per team FOOD & BEVERAGE: Hors d’oeuvres and beverages will be provided during the Skills Challenges on Thursday Lunch will be provided during the Practice Round Breakfast and lunch will be served on the tournament dates. Plus a dinner and dance will be hosted by the Club on the last night of The Showdown ENTRY DEADLINE: End of business July 31st NO SHOW POLICY: Full entry will be charged after the deadline CONTACT PERSON: Professional Staff EVENT COMMITTEE: Doug Hailey Gary Seger

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The Men’s Club Championship DATE(S): Saturday - Sunday, August 26 - 27 COURSE(S): SUNRISE TIME OF EVENT: Tee Times will be designated by the Golf Shop EVENT TYPE: Stroke Play FORMAT(S): 36 Hole Stroke Play TEE(S): Championship Flight- Black/Gold Flight 1- Silver Flight 2- Blue HANDICAP Championship Flight which will play gross only. ALLOCATION: All other Flights will receive 90% of their current Course Handicap HANDICAP The maximum handicap allotment 36 ELIGIBILITY: You must have established and verifiable handicaps to participate PAIRINGS: Assigned by the Professional Staff DIVISIONS: Championship Flight, Flight 1, Flight 2. The Flights will be assigned based on handicaps and tee preferences. PRIZES: Awards will be given to the winner of each Flight, along with the recognition on the “Wall of Champions” for the Championship Flight SPECIAL EVENTS: n/a SIGN UP: Through the Professional Staff at (505) 995-3535 or sign up online ENTRY FEE: $30 FOOD & BEVERAGE: Awards reception following play on Sunday with light hors d’oeuvres ENTRY DEADLINE: End of business August 24th NO SHOW POLICY: Full entry will be charged after the entry deadline CONTACT PERSON: Professional Staff EVENT COMMITTEE: Brad Lardon, PGA Kyle Capps, PGA

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The Ladies’ Club Championship DATE(S): Saturday-Sunday, August 26-27 COURSE(S): SUNRISE TIME OF EVENT: Tee Times will be designated by the Golf Shop EVENT TYPE: Stroke Play FORMAT(S): 36-Hole Stroke play. TEE(S): Turquoise HANDICAP All players will receive 90% of their current Course Handicap ALLOCATION: Gross and Net scoring will be completed for each player. HANDICAP Maximum handicap allotment is 36 ELIGIBILITY: You must have established and verifiable handicaps to participate PAIRINGS: Assigned by the Professional Staff DIVISIONS: Gross and Net PRIZES: Trophies will be awarded to the winner of each Flight, along with the recognition on the “Wall of Champions” for the Gross Flight Champion. SPECIAL EVENTS: n/a SIGN UP: Through the Professional Staff at (505) 995-3535 or sign up online ENTRY FEE: $30 FOOD & BEVERAGE: Awards reception following play on Sunday with light hors d’oeuvres ENTRY DEADLINE: End of business August 24th NO SHOW POLICY: Full entry will be charged after the entry deadline CONTACT PERSON: Professional Staff EVENT COMMITTEE: Brad Lardon, PGA Kyle Capps, PGA

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Member-Employee Scramble DATE(S): Thursday, September 7th COURSE(S): SUNRISE TIME OF EVENT: 2 p.m. Shotgun Start EVENT TYPE: Mixed event with employees from different departments and members playing together FORMAT(S): 9 Hole Scramble, members playing with employees TEE(S): Men– Silver/Blue Ladies– Turquoise HANDICAP TBA ALLOCATION: HANDICAP The maximum handicap is 36 ELIGIBILITY: The members must have established and verifiable handicaps to participate PAIRINGS: Assigned by the Professional Staff DIVISIONS: n/a PRIZES: All prizes will be paid out in Golf Shop Credit SPECIAL EVENTS: This event will involve all departments at Las Campanas, come support and get to know the employees that help make Las Campanas so successful for 9 holes! SIGN UP: Through the Professional Staff at (505) 995-3535 or sign up online ENTRY FEE: $25 FOOD & BEVERAGE: Casual dinner following play ENTRY DEADLINE: End of business September 5th NO SHOW POLICY: n/a CONTACT PERSON: Professional Staff

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USGA Women’s State Team Championship MEMBER CHAIR: Marta Davis DATE(S): September 26th - 28th COURSE(S): SUNRISE EVENT TYPE: USGA National Championship FORMAT(S): 54-hole stroke-play event contested over three days. SCORING: Two of the three lowest scores from each round count toward the team's daily total. 36-HOLE CUT: A cut after 36 holes will be made to the low 23 teams and ties, plus any individual who is within five strokes of the lead. HISTORY: The USGA Men’s and Women’s State Team Championships began in 1995 and have since been contested biennially. Beginning in 2010, the Women’s State Team has been contested in odd-numbered years and Men’s State Team in even-numbered years. FIELD SIZE: All 50 U.S. states, plus the District of Columbia and Puerto Rico are eligible to field teams of no more than three individuals. ELIGIBILITY: Competitors must reside in state or territory and can not be an active collegiate player. 2015 CHAMPION: Behind Lauren Lightfritz, Emilie Meason and 2014 U.S. Women's Mid-Amateur champion Margaret Shirley, Georgia rallied in the final round to win its record fourth USGA Women's State Team Championship by three strokes over Florida at Dalhousie Golf Club in Cape Girardeau, Mo. USGA EVENTS HELD IN 1999 U.S. Women's Amateur Public Links, Santa Ana Golf Club, NEW MEXICO: Santa Ana Pueblo (Jody Niemann)

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The Tomahawk, Men’s Invitational DATE(S): Sunday - Tuesday, October 15-17 COURSE(S): SUNSET TIME OF EVENT: 9:30 a.m. Shotgun Start EVENT TYPE: Open to all male members and their Golf Professional. The Golf Professional must be a member of the PGA or have Professional status. The Professional Staff must approve all entries FORMAT(S): Two day event, 2-man Stableford both rounds A practice round will be held on October 15th. TEE(S): Golf Professionals: Black Tees Amateurs: Gold, Silver, or Blue Tees HANDICAP 90% of the handicap will be given to the amateur ALLOCATION: HANDICAP Maximum index for the amateur is 15.4 ELIGIBILITY: The group must have established and verifiable handicaps to participate PAIRINGS: Assigned by the Professional Staff DIVISIONS: Professional, Amateur and Team PRIZES: Prizes will be awarded to the Overall Champions, Low Professional and Low Amateur. Trophies will be awarded to the winning team and there will be a separate Professional Purse SPECIAL EVENTS: Welcome reception and registration will be held after the Practice Rounds on October 15th Tomahawk Dinner on Monday, October 16th SIGN UP: Contact the Director of Golf at blardon@clublc.com ENTRY FEE: $1,400 per team FOOD & BEVERAGE: Cocktails and light hors d’ouevres following the practice round, breakfast before each round, lunch after each round plus dinner will be served the evening after Round 1 is complete ENTRY DEADLINE: End of business on October 1st The field will be limited to the first 36 approved teams NO SHOW POLICY: Full entry fee will be charged after the deadline CONTACT PERSON: Professional Staff EVENT COMMITTEE Doug Hailey

Brad Lardon, PGA Kyle Capps, PGA

Professional Purse: $14,000 based on a full field

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Past Champions Men’s Member-Member Past Champions 1995

Fred Johnson

Ned Earle

2006

John Mikkelsen

Dave Waszak

1995

Larry Goldstone

Neil Lyon

2007

John Mikkelsen

Dave Waszak

1996

Ed Louden

Reeves McGuire

2008

John Mikkelsen

Dave Waszak

1997

Ed Louden

Reeves McGuire

2009

John Mikkelsen

Henry Hodde

1999

Bill Oliver

Randy Lawrence

2010

Bruce Bolene

Bill Brown

2000

Chris Hollis

Bruce Bolene

2011

Bill Flesner

Albert Kidd

2001

John Mikkelsen

Henry Hodde

2012

Bill Schackel

Jerry Miller

2002

Bruce Bolene

Bill Brown

2013

Bo Barnwell

Dennis Saye

2003

Bruce Bolene

Bill Brown

2014

Rick Kushner

Bruce Irick

2004

Bruce Bolene

Bill Brown

2015

Andy Smick

Doug Strasser

2005

Bruce Bolene

Bill Brown

2016

Robert Sherman

Fred Pevow

Ladies’ Member-Member Past Champions 1994

Roz Odmark

Denise Sherwin

2006

Gail Roos

Pat Rush

1995

Roz Odmark

Dinny Fisher

2007

Q Cook

Gail Roos

1997

Sarah Tyson

Dinny Fisher

2008

Susie Kalat

Kay Haas

1998

Q Cook

Kathie Reed

2009

Kathy Smith

Joan Pacheco

1999

Nancy Lipton

Sylvia Brucchi

2010

Rosa Silbert

Sarah Tyson

2000

Renae Snow

Joan Dalbey

2011

Gail Roos

Pattie Webster

2001

Q Cook

Sarah Taylor

2012

Gail Roos

Roberta King

2002

Marjorie Koza

Pat Rush

2013

Eileen Moody

Helen Buckwalter

2003

Marjorie Koza

Dianne Loomis

2014

Kim Jordan

Kay Haas

2004

Marjorie Koza

Dianne Loomis

2015

Karen Lansing

Nancy Mroz

2005

Gail Roos

Judy Stanley

2016

Linda Barber

Roberta King

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Past Champions Men’s Member-Guest Past Champions 1993

Mike Donohue

Jim Hearn

2005

Bob Sherman

Stuart Mellyar

1994

Don Woodin

Donn Carpenter

2006

Don Wiles

Ernest Williams

1995

Bill Brown

Brian Boe

2007

Craig Jack

Bob Stevens

1996

Phil Smith

Glenn Steele

2008

Ned Earle

Bill Quayle

1997

Roy Bush

David Herring

2009

Bill Schackel

Scott O’Neil

1998

Robert Steiner

William Finn

2010

Jim Williamson

Robert Steiner

1999

Phil Daspit

Tom Zenty

2011

Mike Gallagher

Pete Hidalgo

2000

Mike Tyson

Erich Smith

2012

Tom Dalbey

T. Bone Dalbey

2001

Phil Smith

Glenn Steele

2013

Bill Flesner

Chris Flesner

2002

Bernie Craig

Chip Ruth

2014

Gary Seger

Jeff Luz

2003

Bob Brinker Jr.

Robert Scott

2015

C.T. Herman

Bob Worcester

2004

Phil Smith

Bill Hyland

2016

Jay Kenehan

Jim Schwaab

Ladies’ Member-Guest Past Champions 1999

Judy Stanley

Carolyn Anderson

2008

Carol Coviello

Mary Cornish

2000

Anne Hodde

Margaret Schaben

2009

Gail Roos

Rosemary McKeown

2001

Gail Roos

Susie Kearney

2010

Nancy Mroz

Lynne Taylor

2002

Patti White

Brynne Mandeville

2011

Carol Coviello

Linda Busick

2003

Sylvia Brucchi

Holly Colby

2012

Sarah Tyson

Vicki Heckl

2004

Janet Stickel

Suzanne Devaney

2013

Rosa Silbert

Renee Perrine

2005

Rose Nau

Janet Lewis

2014

Nancy Herzog

Blair Sage

2006

Sarah Tyson

Kim Scott

2015

Rosa Silbert

Renae Perrine

2007

Joan Dalbey

Joan Dalby-Donahue

2016

Rosa Silbert

Renae Perrine

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Past Champions The Club Champion (Men) Past Champions 1995

Reeves McGuire

2006

Henry Hodde

1996

Rick White

2007

Todd Follmer

1997

Chris Hollis

2008

Henry Hodde

1998

Bruce Bolene

2009

Jerry Miller

1999

Chris Hollis

2010

Bruce Bolene

2000

Todd Follmer

2011

Zach Berhost

2001

Fred Strebel

2012

Ben Albin

2002

Henry Hodde

2013

Ted Hutton

2003

Henry Hodde

2014

Rob Schneider

2004

Bill Brown

2015

Jerry Miller

2005

Bill Brown

2016

Jerry Miller

The Club Champion (Ladies) Past Champions 1995

Roz Odmark

2006

Roberta King

1996

Patti White

2007

Merry McCleary

1997

Roz Odmark

2008

Merry McCleary

1998

Roz Odmark

2009

Roberta King

1999

Roz Odmark

2010

Kathy Smith

2000

Patti White

2011

Merry McCleary

2001

Marjorie Koza

2012

Georgie Hutton

2002

Marjorie Koza

2013

Georgie Hutton

2003

Marjorie Koza

2014

Georgie Hutton

2004

Marjorie Koza

2015

Georgie Hutton

2005

Marjorie Koza

2016

Rane Miller

Congratulations to our past Champions and those to come! Best of luck in 2017!!

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Important Numbers

Golf Operations Contact Information Brad Lardon, PGA Director of Golf Operations (505) 995-3537 blardon@clublc.com Kyle Capps, PGA Head Golf Professional kcapps@clublc.com Matthew Smith, PGA Head of Instruction (505) 995-3687 Tom Egelhoff Director of Agronomy (505) 995-3612 Golf Shop (505) 995-3535

The Golf Committee Members Doug Hailey (co-chair) (505) 820-9217 dhailey204@aol.com Marta Davis (505) 988-5868 martadavis@comcast.net Gary Fisher (505) 982-9854 saratella607@gmail.com Gary Seger (505) 983-6944 gseger46@gmail.com Kate Moss (505) 988-9588 thekatemossco@hotmail.com Laurence Hinz (202) 262-7525 lhinz@chicagobooth.edu Bruce Bolene (505) 983-8105 bbolene@aol.com

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Staff Bios Brad Lardon, Director of Golf Operations Brad Lardon joined the staff at Las Campanas July 1, 2016. Brad has been a PGA Member since 1992 and played the PGA Tour for 6 years. Brad was previously the Director of Golf at Miramont Country Club for eight years, the Head Golf Professional at Escondido Golf and Lake Club and Director of Instruction at Austin Golf Club. Brad was also a 6 time nominee for the STPGA’s Harvey Penick Teacher of the Year. Brad served as the STPGA’s Vice President and was a Board Member for 10 years. Since joining the staff Brad has earned the top spot in the United States as the 2016 PGA Senior Player of the Year. This award is based on his body of work during the course of the 2016 Season. Brad represented The Club at Las Campanas in the 2016 U.S. Senior Open, 2016 Senior PGA Championship, 2016 PGA Championship as well as finishing 4th in the Sr. PGA Professional Championship and 12th in the PGA Professional Championship and 1st in the Sun Country PGA Championships. Brad graduated from Rice University with a degree in Political Science in 1988. Brad and his wife Kim have four children, Margot, Will, Lily and Nicklaus.

Tom Egelhoff, Director of Agronomy Tom Egelhoff joined the staff of The Club at Las Campanas as the Sunset Golf Course Superintendent in the fall of 2002. Serving in this capacity Tom acquired valuable knowledge and experience in what it takes to grow cool season turf grass at elevation in the desert southwest. Having served as an Assistant Superintendent at Jack Nicklaus’ Muirfield Village Golf Club, Tom has a keen sense of what Jack was looking for when he designed both of the Signature courses here at Las Campanas. Tom’s educational background in turf grass management began when he was a turf major at Ohio State University. This was interrupted when Tom’s Ohio Air National Guard Unit was activated for Desert Storm. Upon returning, Tom enrolled and graduated with honors from Rutgers University’s Professional Turf Grass Management Program. Tom has served as Director of Agronomy for The Club since 2009. Tom has a passion for golf course management and strives to achieve environmental responsibility while providing the best golf playing conditions possible. 58


Staff Bios Kyle Capps, Head Golf Professional Kyle Capps joined The Club in March 2014 as an Assistant Golf Professional. After two seasons of hard work and dedication to the club, Kyle was promoted to the position of Head Golf Professional. Born into a family of avid golfers, Kyle has been around the game as long as he can remember. After high-school, Kyle accepted an academic and athletic scholarship to attend Pittsburg State University where he was a top performer on the Men’s Golf team as well as graduating with honors as a Public Relations major and Economics minor. Since college, Kyle has worked as a USGA PJ Boatwright Intern and in various roles at multiple highend clubs in Colorado, Florida and Kansas. Most recently, Kyle was Lead Assistant Golf Professional at Indian Hills Country Club in Mission Hills, KS. Outside of the Club, Kyle sits on the Sun Country PGA Board of Directors and plays an active role on the Education Committee. In addition to his passion for the game and business of golf, Kyle enjoys hiking and is an avid skier. He and his wife Kacie and their dog Benton are thrilled to call Santa Fe home.

Matt Smith, Head of Instruction Originally from upstate New York, Matt was born and raised in the village of Canajoharie, NY. He has played the game of golf throughout his life including a six years of Varsity Lettermen in High School and also competing at the college level while attending SUNY Delhi. Following college, Matt decided to turn his passion into his profession, becoming a PGA member in 2010. With previous professional stops in Stockbridge, MA and Cooperstown, NY, Matt considers himself lucky to have joined the Las Campanas team in 2013 as an Assistant Professional and even more thrilled to return to the club in 2016 as our Head of Instruction. Matt believes that each individual has his or her own individual golf swing and as a golf instructor, it is his goal to help you understand your own golf swing to maximize your potential. Matt finds true joy in helping people and is looking forward to helping you with your golf game.

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Golf Shop at The Club at Las Campanas 132 Clubhouse Drive Santa Fe, NM 87506 Phone Number: (505) 995-3535 Fax Number: (505) 995-1032


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