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UGA Fore-1-1: 4/22/2016

UGA Fore-1-1: 4/22/2016

 

By Kelsey Chugg

 

1. GHIN Mobile App

We want to sincerely apologize for the technical difficulties you may have experienced over the past week while using the GHIN Mobile App. The following is a statement from GHIN about the application:

The GHIN Mobile app is currently under construction and not available for use. Golfers trying to access the app will receive the following message depending on the device they are using:

iPhone = “No Membership Found”
Android = “No Network Connection”

Please do not be alarmed regarding your membership.

If you are currently in good standing with your club, there is no impact to your membership status. The USGA is working to restore functionality to the GHIN Mobile app as quickly as possible.In the interim, please use GHIN.com or the mobile version of the site for smartphones and tablets (http://m.ghin.com/) to record your scores.

We are still waiting for more information and a restoration timeline, and we will do our best to keep you informed.

 

2. Renewals

The tournament and league seasons are sneaking up on us; don’t forget to renew your membership! You can still renew online or by calling the UGA office at 801-563-0400. You will be able to keep your old GHIN number, but you will have to pay a $5 reinstatement fee. You can find out more about the membership calendar and structure HERE.

 

3. UGA Member Days

Have you checked out the 2016 UGA Member Days schedule? Member Days are non-competitive outings that give you the opportunity to play some of Utah’s best private clubs. You can even get some friends together and request to be paired in the same group. If you would like to participate in UGA Member Days, learn more and sign up on the UGA Member Days page!

 

4. Women’s Spring Open

Here is a quick recap of the Women’s Spring Open by UGA Programs Administrator, Megan Terry:

Kiselya Plewe and Gracie Richens, the youngest team in the field, played exceptionally well during the final round of the Women’s Spring Open at Coral Canyon Golf Course to earn the overall win and the championship title.

The duo brought in a second-round total of 85 gross Modified Stableford points, an impressive improvement following their first-round 64, and sealed the deal with a two-day gross total of 149 points, 25 points ahead of second place finishers Kareen Alton and Jodi White. 

Alton and White played consistent golf during both Monday’s first round at Green Spring Golf Course and the final round at Coral Canyon to give Plewe and Richens a run for their money and come out in second place in the First Flight with 65 round-one gross points and a two-day total of 124.

Teresa Lundahl and Christine Wahler made 76 net points in Round 1 and 98 points in Round 2 for a total of 174 points to win overall net by five points over Diane Booth and Sandy Kinser. 

 

5. Pac 12 Championships

The Country Club will host the 2016 Pac 12 Conference Championship April 29 – May 1. The UGA staff and volunteers will be out at the event helping with rules and pace of play. The event will be open to spectators, so we encourage you to come out and watch some great golf and to root on all of the players from Utah! If you can’t make it to the event, a one-hour special recapping of the event will debut on Sunday, May 8 at 10 a.m. PT/11 a.m. MT on Pac-12 Network.

 

6. Senior Match Play

The first senior championship of the year is almost here! The Utah Senior Match Play Championship will be held at Sleepy Ridge Golf Course May 9 – 12 and is open to golfers older than 50. The registration deadline is May 2nd at 4:00 P.M.. You can learn more and register by clicking HERE.

 

7. Tournaments

The USGA recently opened up the US Open and US Women’s Open qualifying applications. You can read more and apply to play HERE.

There are many upcoming tournaments throughout the state that are open to golfers of all skill levels. If you are interested in learning more about local events, you can visit the Men’s Public Schedule or the Women’s Public Schedule.