... November through the second to last Tuesday in March.
The last Tuesday in March is our Farewell Party. Each week,
I will have an envelope for you to participate if you want.
You will put your name on the envelope and a $1 in the envelope.
This contest will run from November through the week before
our ending party on the last Tuesday in March. Each week you
put in a dollar and then you can participate. You are attempting
to get 29 putts or less in 18 holes. If you do not put in a
$1 and sign the envelope, then you are not competing that week.
our farewell party in March, everyone that had a 29 putts
or lower will share the total sum of money. So each time you
shoot a 29 or less you will earn a share of the total money.
Example: If you have 29 putts 4 times, then you will get 4
shares of the total amount divided by the number of shares
won. Someone else may earn one share and someone else 2 shares.
And we do not know how many shares there will be as everyone
has a chance to get 29 putts or fewer putts each and every
the end of the year party, the very lowest putts will also
get a certificate for lowest putts. Again, you do not have
to play every week, you can pick weeks you feel great, or
you can play every week. But you must put your $1 in before
you begin play and then count your putts. If no-one gets 29
putts on or before the second to the last Tuesday in March,
then the money will carry over. The contest will always run
November through the second to last week in March. Again there
is no payout when you have the 29 putts. You are then in the
money for winning and sharing the loot. I hope I have made
this as clear as mud. Each and every week the amount will
increase as we put in $1 each and every week. And if no-one
gets 29 putts in a given week, then your shares have just
increased in value. This money is given out on the last Tuesday
Board 29 Putt Club Pictures
The club gave us a bulletin board where I post pictures of
the 29 putt club winners. The pictures stay up on the bulletin
board for a week or two. Here are the pictures
that I posted all year around by date. Updated randomly
... this will not be updated regularly but fun to look at.
Putt Records to break during our season of November thru March:
Lowest putts was Sue
on March 13, 2012.
Overall number of shares won during a season was Ruth Wilson,
shares in 2013-2014.
from the Past:
2021-2024 are located on this PDF form
2018-2020 are located on this PDF form
2015-2017 are located on this PDF form
2012-2014 are located on this PDF form
2008-2011 are located on this PDF form
thru March, 2018 ... Lowest putts went to Wolcha Price
on February 28, 2018.
31 Shares divided by the
total of $302 with each share worth $10.00
each went to 15 ladies:
MOST 29 PUTTS went to 4 gals this year ...
4 shares or $40 went to Linda Gustafson, Sue Gulley, and Wolcha
3 shares or $30 went to Rhonda Helgerson, LInda Newman, and
Connie Simpson ... 2 shares or $20 went to Judy Collins
AND 1 share or $10 went to Marie Caldwell, Carrol Brown, Brookie
Coleman, Marilynn Fisher, Bev Frank, Lana Jones, Jody McComb,
and Karen Sakaguchi.
- November thru March, 2017 ... Lowest putts went to Wolcha
Price with 25
on November 15, 2016.
divided by the total of $329 with each
share worth $10.34 each
went to 18 ladies:
Carrol Brown 4 shares ... AND 3 shares for Jeannie Cheatham,
Ann Feldmann, Linda Gustafson ... AND 2 shares for Sally Christensen,
Bev Frank, Sue Gulley, Wolcha Price, Ruth Wilson ... AND 1
share for Pat Crawford, Nancy Ellis, Marilynn Fisher, Shalayne
Green, Lana Jones, Roxy Port, Marcea Reuther, Karen Sakaguchi,
and Jean Tarnopolski.
- November thru March, 2016 ... Lowest putts went to Ruth
Wilson with 26
on December 15, 2015.
divided by the total of $360 with each
share worth $10 each
went to 17 ladies:
Wilson 5 shares = $50; AND 4 shares = $40 each for Judy Collins,
Roxy Port, Wolcha Price,
AND 3 shares = $30 each for Carrol Brown, Nancy Ellis, AND
2 shares = $20 each for Sally Christensen, Marilynn Fisher,
AND 1 share = $10 each for Pat Crawford, Janie Grosman, Rhonda
Helgerson, Lana Jones, Sandy Kathamegos, Linda Laning,
Marcea Reuther, Jean Stolarski, and Barb Zeller.
... November through March 24, 2015 ... Lowest putts went
to Roxy Port with 25
December 2, 2014.
divided by the total of $363 with each
share worth $11 each went to 14
Judy Collins 7 shares = $77; Ruth Wilson 4 shares =
$44; Jean Tarnopolski 4 shares = $44; Lana Jones 3 shares
Sally Christensen 3 shares = $33; Nancy Ellis 2 shares = $22;
Rhonda Helgerson 2 shares = $22; Roxy Port 2 shares = $22;
and 1 share at $11 each for Brookie Coleman, Debbie Darling,
Linda Gustafson, Linda Laning, Jody McComb, & Wolcha Price.
... November through March 18, 2014 ... Lowest putts went
to Ruth Wilson with 24
on November 19, 2013.
shares divided by the total of $245 with each
share worth $8.68 and each went to
Ruth Wilson 10 shares = $87; Roxy Port 5 shares = $43;
Judy Collins 5 shares = $43;
and one share at $9 each for Lynn Berman, Marilynn Fisher,
Sue Gulley, Linda Gustafson, Lana Jones, Susan Martin, Yolie
Munoz, & Toni Zunino.
... November thru March 12, 2013 ... Lowest putts went
to Sue Gulley with 26
on January 29, 2013.
shares divided by the total of $217 with each
share worth $13 and each went to 14
Sue Gulley 2 shares = $26; Lana Jones 2 shares = $26;
and one share at $13 each for Brookie Coleman, Janie Grosman,
Alice Dyck, Nancy Ellis, Marilynn Fisher, Roxy Port, Linda
Gustafson, Linda Laning, Susan Martin, Jean Tarnopolski, Emily
Thompson, and Toni Zunino.
... November through March 13, 2012 ... Sue Gulley
had lowest putts, 23
on the last day March 13, 2012.
shares divided by the total of $234 with each
share worth $13.11 each went to 8
Nancy Ellis 5 shares = $66; Sue Gulley 4 shares = $52;
Susan Martin 3 shares = $39; Lana Jones 2 shares = $26;
and one share at $13 each for Janie Grosman, Sandy Kathamegos,
Roxy Port, and Toni Zunino.
... November through March 8, 2011 ... Lana Jones won the
entire pot the first year and it was $119 and we did
not start and create this event until January 2010. Lana
Jones had 24
putts on February, 22, 2011. On this first year one gal
won the entire pot. We then changed the rules, since golfers
stopped playing when Lana had 24 putts in February and we
wanted more golfers to keep competing in the 29 putt competition.
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