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The Oakmont News / August 15, 2015

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Senior Men’s Club

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9-Hole Monday Men’s Club

nJohn Williston

nTony D’Agosta

Football is in the air as both 49ers and Raiders are in their summer camps, and they, and numerous college teams, are getting ready for another season. Fall is coming and the Oakmont Seniors season of 2015 is slowly drawing to a close. The last Oakmont event for visiting players from other golf clubs was held on July 27, and Oakmont has played at Bodega Bay and Windsor on August 3 and 4 respectively, after the deadline for this edition of the Oakmont News. Results from those venues will be reported in the next issue.

Our mixer with the Women’s Niners was a great success. We had 32 players and broke it up into nine threesomes and one foursome. After play, we had a “Fifties” lunch at the Quail Inn—hamburgers, fries and root beer floats. We then had a hula hoop contest. Some people were good, some not so good. A good time was had by all and we are planning another one for next year. Our thanks to the Women’s Niners, especially Barbara Robinson and Rebecca Wellman. The results of the tournament are shown below. Don’t forget to pick up your Oakmont bag tag at the West Pro Shop. They will print your name on it while you wait. The cost is free. Thank you OGC.

JULY 27: Marin, Rio Vista, and Richmond at Oakmont

The competition was two best balls of the foursome and balls were played down. The foursomes were arranged in one flight and four places were awarded. First place, Jeff Snyder, Tommy Yturralde, Gary Masada, and John Schudick, 120 (card-off); second, Mike Hull, Gary Novak, Bob Thompson, and Charlie Adams, 120; third, Gil Moreno, Leo Jackson, Arba Stinnett, and John Viers, 121 (card-off); fourth, Jim Kaiser, Andy Frauenhofer, Toby Chang, and Don Lantz, 120. Closest-to-the-Pin (Oakmont): Jeff Snyder, 15’4”.

2015 Oakmont Seniors remaining Schedule

Thursday, Aug. 27: at Richmond CC Wednesday, Sep. 24: at Marin CC

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SWEEPS RESULTS FOR JULY 20 Individual Low Net, 23 Players

First place: Ray Guerber with a 28.5. Second place tie: Jack Robinson and Tom Massip, both with a 30.5. Fourth place tie: Joe Lash and Tony Apolloni, both with a 31. Sixth place tie: Keith Wise and Dan Sienes, both with a 31.5. Eighth place tie: Dan Levin, Tony D’Agosta and Greg Carpenter, all with a 32. Closest-to-the-pin: Tony Apolloni, 20’1”; Jack Robinson, 30’8”; Phil Bowman, 33’3”.

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9-Hole Thursday Women’s Club

nBarbara Robinson

July 16, West Back Sweeps, 32 Total Players

Red Tees (19 players): First flight: first, N. Person; second, A. Branstetter; third, A. Keenly; fourth tie, J. DiBenedetto and E. Baciocco. Second flight: first, M.Crimaldi; second, R. Lommori; third, J. McDonnell; fourth three-way tie, B. Olsen, J. Rietow and A. Engen; seventh, B. Bowman. Yellow Tees (13 players): First flight: first, J. Finnerty; second, B. Robinson; third tie, E. Coumaduran and Liisa Karjalainen. Second flight: first, C. Lefloch; second, D. Johnson; third, E. LaPointe.

JULY 23, NINER MEN/WOMEN MIXER

Sweeps winners listed under Men’s Niners section. A fun time was had by all, playing a two best ball 9-hole game and enjoying a Rock ‘n Roll themed luncheon, featuring Root Beer Floats and a Hula Hoop Contest.

MIXER REULTS FOR JULY 23 Two-Man Best Ball

First place: Tom Massip/Nancy Young/Elizabeth LaPointe with a 51. Second place: Joel Goodman/Barbara Olsen/Joan Eiserloh with a 55. Third place: Charlie Perotti/Jeanine Haggerty/Dee Johnson/Tammy Siela with a 57. Fourth place: Art Boot/Cindy Carroll/Heni Williston with a 58.

Sarah Wood and Art Boot, Hula Hoop Contest Winners

SWEEPS RESULTS FOR JULY 27 Two-Man Scramble, 12 Teams

First place: Dan Sienes/Al Bentham with a 23. Second place: Jack Robinson/Tony Apolloni with a 24.25. Third place: Phil Bowman/Wendell Freeman with a 24.5. Fourth place tie: Bill Wellman/Ray Guerber and Don Morse/Clem Maassen, all with a 25. Closest-to- the-pin: Keith Wise, 11’4”; Tony Apolloni, 11’5”; Wayne Mickaelian, 58’0”.

nJeff Davis

Jean Rockwell, Elaine Foote and Barbara James enjoying root beer floats

11th Annual Oakmont Veterans’ Day Parade Wednesday, November 11, 1 PM

The Parade is sponsored by Oakmont Village Association, Oakmont Gardens and Kiwanis Club of Oakmont.

Help us Select This Year’s Parade GRAND MARSHAL

The Annual Veterans’ Day Parade in Oakmont honors our local veterans, and each year one outstanding veteran is asked to lead the parade. Nominations are being accepted now for an Oakmont veteran to serve as the Grand Marshal in this 11th Annual Oakmont Veterans Day Parade on Wednesday, November 11. Please send the nominee’s name, branch of military, conflict(s) in which he/she served,

details, awards and any other pertinent information that you feel may help the selection process to Jay Cobb at jayannecobb@ comcast.net or 8834 Oakmont Drive, Santa Rosa, 95409. Nominations must be received by Friday, September 18. For further information, please E-mail or call 833-2391. Please help honor our former military by helping us select the Grand Marshall. Watch for more information about participating in and viewing the Veterans Parade in future issues of the Oakmont News.

The August 15th Edition of the Oakmont News  

The August 15th Edition of the Oakmont News