Welcome To The Official Home Of The Timberlin Men's Golf Club
THIS IS NOT THE OFFICIAL HOME OF TIMBERLIN GOLF COURSE. For tee times, Tournament info, etc., Please visit www.TimberlinGolf.com


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Next Board Meeting:
SUNDAY, October 15th, 2017 - Directly Following our season ending shotgun start scramble
Remzi's Restaurant @ The Golf Course


THIS WEBSITE, ALONG WITH AN EMAIL WILL BE YOUR ONLY REMINDERS. We have eliminated the mailing of postcard reminders. If we do not have your email or if it is different from the one we have on file, please notify us by email to Info@TimberlinGC.com


SPECIAL MEMBERSHIP FEES FOR STUDENTS!
If you are between the ages of 18-26 and still a student, you are entitled to join the Men's club for $30.00 with no initiation fee. Renewal fee is $30 per year while you are still in school!



Congratulations To The 2017 Senior Men's Club Champion!
Bob Veronesi



Congratulations To The 2017 Super Senior & Legend Champion!
Jim Brennan



Congratulations To The 2017 Men's Club Champion!
Anthony Hrenko




Congratulations To The 2017 Senior Legend WINNERS!

Jim Brennan
Dave Stilson



Congratulations To The 2017 10 Man NEPL Qualifiers!

James Abbott, John Abbott, Glen Burr, Glenn Ford, Russell Guerin
Anthony Hrenko, Doug Kirk, Jim Kulacz, Scott Trevethan & Robert Veronesi



Congratulations To The 2017 Senior NEPL Qualifiers!

Senior Division - Glen Burr, Bill Ferrero, Jim Kulacz & Dave Miller
Super Senior Division - Fran Conway & Joe Mancarella
Legends Division - Fred Milano & Dave Stilson



Later Tee Times!

For those of you who cannot participate in a tournament due to other committments in the morning, you may now sign up for a late tee time**, which will begin at 11:30AM. This is open for ALL Men's Club Tournaments. Simply ask for a Late Tee Time envelope when signing up.

For Individual and Twosome Events, a minimum of 4 players must participate in this second wave.



In Volume 3 Of Marc's Video Series, It's all about Bunkers!




To Post, or Not To Post
With the new season approaching, Please take the time to Read this very informative article. You are encouraged to post your scores whenever possible. These guidelines should help you decide whether or not your score should be posted. Click Here

Hey Guys .... While We're Young!
The next time you play, please help everyone on the course enjoy their day by following a few of these easy guidelines for speeding up pace:

- Play READY golf; be ready to play when it is your turn.
- Read your putt while others are putting.
- Walk ahead as far as is safe. DO NOT move as a group from shot to shot.
- Call ahead for any food purchases at the turn
- Do all scorekeeping on the teeing ground of the next hole, NOT on the green of the current hole.
- If you are the first or second person to finish the hole, put your clubs away and be ready to go to the next hole, let the third person to finish put the flagstick back in.
- Set your clubs (or park your cart) between the flagstick and the next tee box to minimize time between holes.
- Golf is a social game, but limit socializing to times when it is appropriate such as the putting green and teeing ground (when the group is closer together), but do so in a manner so as to not slow down the progress of the group.
- Be an athlete, walk fast.
- When on carts, be willing to take many clubs and walk to your ball if your riding partner is not near you, do not wait for the partner to bring the cart to you.
- If you are playing a Team Tournament and the score is not being posted and you are out of the hole, Please PICK UP.
- Help the others in your group, watch everyone’s shots and track them so they can quickly find them.
- Remember that your place on the golf course is directly behind the group in front of you, NOT in front of the group behind you!



Important Info Regarding Posting Scores & Equitable Stroke Control
As a reminder, we encourage all members to post your scores whenever you play golf. If you do not know what Equitable Stroke Control is, please take a moment to read the PDF file linked below to get familiar with it. Based on your course handicap, there is a maximum score you can POST for any given hole. Please adhere to this standard when posting.

When playing a tournament, you must record your ACTUAL score on the scorecard. If the scores will be posted for you, the system will make the ESC adjustments. If you are responsible for posting your own tournament score, you MUST make ESC adjustments and post that adjusted score.

As an example, Let's say your course handicap is a 12. You play a par 5 and end up getting an 8 on that hole. You record an 8 on the scorecard. When you post your score however, you must make an adjustment for that hole and only take a 7, since that is the maximum score you can get on any given hole.
If you have any question regarding ESC, please see a committee member, Head Pro, or Asst. Pro for further explanation.

Click Here To View ESC PDF



Important Information Regarding Tournament Signups
In an effort to better serve our members, we would be extremely grateful if you could help us help you. When signing up for a tournament, please be sure to print your name so that it is legible. We would also ask that when printing your name, you do not include nicknames, initials, etc. Please print your name as it appears on your GHIN card. By following these 2 simple guidelines, it will eliminate all guesswork on our part, and ensure you are entered in an accurate fashion. We do appreciate your cooperation on this matter. Good luck!



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TGC - PO BOX B - Kensington, CT 06037

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