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This weekends tee positions
7/1 White
7/2 Blue

Club activity worth passing along to the membership to show our activity in the WNY golf community. Genesee Valley Golf Club professional Wade took Chris Horsey, Jim Prosperi and David Delary to the Club Car WNY PGA Pro-Officer tournament at Transit Valley CC in Buffalo on May 30, 2017. Out of 19 two-man aggregate teams, they finished tied for 2nd with a (-7) 135 total. Pretty good for a team of muni players against all the private clubs. Here are final results if interested:

“Please note……… members can donate gently used golf clubs and equipment at any time (as well as any sporting goods) to the Play It Again Sports store in Henrietta – and be sure to let them know it is being donated in the name of the RDGA. A large portion of the proceeds from these donations will help purchase new golf equipment for junior golfers in the ForeSight program!”

We have changed the dates of two tournaments:

Road Trip has been moved from Saturday July 15, 2017 to Saturday July 22, 2017. – A sneak preview of this event. We will be playing a Member/Member or Member/Guest event at Victor Hills. 18 holes of golf, cart, unlimited burgers/hots, and extras for lunch and a dinner after the round. The cost will be somewhere around $70.00 this includes prize money ( skins will be extra and is optional). More information will be coming out on this event. We will require a $20 deposit per team to hold your spot.

Fall Classic has been moved from Sunday September 3, 2017 to Sunday September 10, 2017.
We decided to change this event to facilitate the dates for the 1st annual Muni-Club Challenge. This event will be a three day challenge starting on Friday September 1, 2017 at Churchville Golf Course. The challenge moves to Genesee Valley Golf Course Saturday September 2, 2017 and will finish Sunday September 3, 2017 at Durand Eastman Golf Course. More details will be coming out for this event. Sign-up sheet is in the pro shop now for the Muni-Club Challenge. Are you up to the challenge?

Dear Member,

The 115th Genesee Golf Club season will be upon us faster than anyone can imagine and your club board members would like to take this opportunity to welcome you back and wish you a successful season. The purpose of this letter is to inform you of the date of our general membership meeting. We also take this opportunity to present the 2017 membership renewal form and to inform you of any changes that have occurred since last season.

Please consider this your membership letter. We will not be sending a hard copy.

General membership meeting:
Membership dues/information:
• The general membership meeting will be on March 26, 2017 promptly starting at 2:00 pm at St. Boniface Men’s Club, 330 Gregory Street, Rochester. Located between South Ave. and Clinton Ave., diagonally across from the Tap and Mallet. Pizza and Wings will be supplied by the club. Beer and soda can be purchased at the Men’s Club bar. You may bring wine, apple cider or punch if you so desire (absolutely no beer or soda though). There is plenty of parking available at the end of the building.
• The membership fee for 2017 will remain the same. Current member renewals are $75 and new members the fee is $80.
• Members can pay their dues for the 2017 season at the meeting. Please pay with a check or money order; NO CASH PLEASE!! Door prizes will be provided. You can also sign up for our yearlong tournaments – Entry fees for The Presidents Cup, Genny Cup and Shootout are all $10.00 to enter. You can enter all three for a special price of $25.00. Remember, all prize awards for the yearlong events are paid in cash (not in pro shop credit).
• You may include this in your check with your yearly membership fee. President’s Cup sign-ups close on May 7, 2017.
• If you can’t make the spring meeting please complete the attached membership form and return it to Marty Heit at Genesee Golf Club, 28 Packet Boat Drive Fairport, NY 14450 (PLEASE note a late fee of $10.00 will be applied for membership renewals after 4/12/2017)
• Attached you will find the tournament schedule for Genesee Golf Club. It is also published on our website at The membership fee must be paid in order to be eligible for any tournaments. Based on member response the board has decided to lower the number of tournaments from 10 to 7
• Members who have not paid by May 1, 2017 will be deactivated from the GHIN system.
• The Genesee Golf Club Tournament Chairman will make any changes that may be required to the local rules of play. There is a local rules sheet posted on the bulletin board at the pro shop for the entire season or visit the club’s website at . Please make sure you are familiar with these local rules.
• President’s Cup scoring/GHIN entries Your board of directors determined that all President Cup scores are to be posted (Sec.4, 4.1 of the USGA Handicap System) and that they are to be posted as tournament scores.

Changes to The Genesee Golf Club Board of Directors and club process in 2017.

1. Jim Stanton, Fred Smith and Mike Kaupa have tendered their resignations from the board of directors. Jim, Fred and Mike have been board members for many years and we thank them for their hard work and dedication to our club. While the board will miss these guys they will continue to be members in 2017. When you see them on the course make sure you thank them for their time and efforts.
2. By unanimous vote Chris Horsey and Eric Walker have been elected to the GGC board of directors. Both are long time club members in good standing. Chris and Eric will focus on helping Brian Mawn with handicap chairman duties as well as assist with tournament direction. We all look forward to working with Chris and Eric to keep the 115-year legacy of the Genesee Golf Club intact. Please join the board in congratulating them both.
3. Also by unanimous vote Bill Adams has been elected as Vice President of the Genesee Golf Club. When you see Bill congratulate him and thank him for his dedication to the club.

To contact any board member please visit our website at

 Current news from the board
• In 2016 the board established a Tournament Committee Guideline Handbook. The board has been committed to improve communication for upcoming events as well as details on tournament rules, payouts and format. The tournament committees will be taking a more active role in management this year. From score cards to tally sheets.
• No Holiday Games – There will not be an official GGC game on Memorial Day, July 4th or Labor Day. You are more than welcome to reserve a tee time on those days outside the club.
• Pro Shop news – No changes this year in the pro shop. Money on the books can be used at the driving range and for cart rental. You will also continue to receive 10% off pro shop merchandise.
• Course news – Jason and crew have already been busy cleaning over growth along the river on #1 and finishing tree work on right of #2. Future projects include expanding chipping green, start drainage project on #7, #8 and #15. There is also a planned spring tree planting project planned for the back 9.
• 2017 Road Trip: Last year’s Road Trip was a success. Let’s have even more participation in 2017. More details to follow. Tentative date is Sunday July 15, 2017.
• The RDGA has increased dues for membership by $2.00 per member. Please note your membership dues has not increased in 2017
• FALL Banquet: Due to lack of participation the Fall Banquet will not be held in 2017
• PLEASE NOTE: The Invitational will be a two-day tournament – you MUST play both days and pay in full Saturday when you sign in- Saturday will be a 2 man aggregate and Sunday a 2-man best ball, both 80% handicap. Payouts will be based on the combined score for both days. 2017
• Club Championship Notes:
- The Club Championship date has been moved – Club Championship dates will be Saturday August 26, 2017 and Sunday August 27, 2017.
- Eligibility the board of directors determined that a minimum of FOUR weekend rounds played with the club prior to the Club Championship would be necessary to qualify to play in the Club Championship. PLEASE NOTE: THREE of the FOUR qualifying rounds MUST be regular weekend rounds. Only one tournament round will be counted as a qualifying round
- Club Championship pairings – Day 1 – the board decided that instead of picking your foursome Saturday the pairings will be based on handicap. Lowest handicaps tee off first, highest last, Day 2 pairing will be based on Saturdays gross scores with the highest gross scores teeing off first and the lowest gross scores teeing off last.
• How to we enter tournaments in GHIN – the board decided to enter ALL tournaments played as such in GHIN
• Tri Club – 2017 Tri Club will be at Durand Golf Course. Tentative date Sunday June 25, 2017. More details to follow
• Tournament information:
- Please note the club will not be providing lunch for the following tournaments – The Memorial, The Fall Classic and The Snowbird. The snack bar will be opened so you can buy food if you like. The cost of these tournaments will be lowered to $20.00
• The first official weekend game will be Saturday April 15, 2017 – weather permitting
• $2 game – while this is a totally separate “side game” not affiliated with the club the board is offering a few guidelines to avoid conflicts
1. The 1st foursome collects $2 from each participant and passes back to next until the appropriate foursome has the payout. If there are 8 foursomes two groups of 4 are established and two winners are determined. If less than 8 groups, then the money is passed all the way back to last foursome and 1 payout is made. If there are 9 or more groups, the second group would pass the money all the way back to the last foursome in group two.
2. If a member of the foursome does not want to participate the other team member can either not participate or contribute $4. The paying member will play with his best ball partner to determine final score. If that score is lowest the paying member receives the entire amount for that $2 game.
3. If for whatever reason a playing partner has to withdraw the remaining partner can make a blind draw for another partner to determine score.
4. This rule also applies to the Official Best ball game as part of the weekend game.
• Keep our space CLEAN – Please keep in mind that our corner of the pro shop is loaned to us. Please keep it neat and clean. That includes placing scorecards in the box and cleaning up soda cans, cups, papers etc. The last group off the course each day is responsible for making sure there’s nothing left behind that the pro shop staff will have to clean up
• Green team – The green team is back. Mike Kllc will lead the charge again. Our goal is to spend 40 collective hours on the course raking and tiding up. More details on dates and times will follow.
We will use your email address to communicate periodic notices, updates, and reports. If your contact information has changed, please make a note of that on your renewal form.

We pride ourselves by continuing to have an open membership policy, welcoming any new or returning individuals. If you wish to give a copy our membership form to a friend, please do so. We will also have copies of the membership forms in the pro shop.

We are looking forward to seeing you at the spring meeting on Sunday March 26, 2017. Good luck and good golfing this season.

Respectfully yours,
The Genesee Board of Directors

Last Sunday, Bill Shearer, Jim Prosperi and I along with 5 others from
Durand and Churchville participated in the annual 8-man Scratch Team event
at Ontario GC. And for the 5th consecutive year, The Parks team contended
for the win, finishing tied for 2nd with Oak Hill and Penfield CC with a
7-under par total of 281. Ridgemont won the 12-team event. Each club was
represented by four 2-man teams playing a 2-man scramble on the front 9 and
a 2-man best ball on the back 9. The Parks turned in rounds of 68, 69, 72,
72, one of just a few teams without an over par round on a cold, windy day.

The 8-man team scratch event takes place every October. If anyone is
interested in playing next year, they are welcome to reach out to Dave Delary.

Lots of new coming out as the year winds down to an end.

9/24 and 9/25 will be the last weekend for an official game. That means prizes will go on the books as appropriate. After this weekend members can still play with the club but are asked to organize their own game and distribute the money on the course.
Austin Snead has a lot of envelopes for skins. You have this weekend to pick them up. He will also have the envelopes at the Fall lunch on 10/2/2016. Any left over on 10/3 will go on the books.
Speaking of books make sure you clear your account out by 10/31/2016 (date subject to change anytime by management) If you don’t clear your account and the pro shop closes you forfeit your $$$ to Kless management).

August Bestball results -
Congratulations goes out to Kevin Walkland and Jerry Richards for the winning score of 136.

Standing are below and money on the books now
1st – 136 $69.00 per man
Kevin Walkland and John Masten
2nd – 138 $50 per man
Cos Contrino and Karl Heath
3rd – 142 $35 per man
Mike Kaupa and Kevin Heath
Jerry Richards and Dave Craig
5th – 143 $19.95 per man
Lance Lydon and Eric Walker
Al Coco and Bruce Fay
7th 146 $10.25 per man
Al Ramsey and Fred Kassel
Terry Popp and Kevin Roach

Presidents Cup results -
Congratulations goes out to Bob Brongo for winning the 2016 Presidents Cup. This year long journey of survival is a test of endurance. Congratulations goes to runner up Al Ramsey as well as all the contestants. The overall results will follow under a separate email. This is paid in cash and will be available at the Fall Lunch on 10/2/2016

Snowbird results -
1st place, 57 $60 per man
Steve Schickler and Bill Turner
2nd place. 58 $40 per man
Dave Parrinello and Gary Stephany
3rd, 60 $20.50 per man
Bob Brongo and Dave DeLary,
Mike Kllc and Ray Mack
Tom Wing and Mark Yuhnke
Jesse Green and Eric Walker
Lionel Louis and Dave Schumaker
Ross LiMuti @ 11 ft., 3 in., $31.00

Shootout results – money will be available at the Fall Lunch 10/2/2016
A Flight
Congratulations goes out to Steve Schickler for making it thru # 9. Congrats to the rest of the field
#9 – Mike Fedoryshyn, Mike Claboine, John Barber, Tom Wing Bob Brongo (eliminated on first hole)
#8 – Kevin Walkland
#7 – Dave Parrinello
#6 – John LaGambino
#5 – Ron Montford
#4 – Karl Heath
#3 – Dave DeLary
#2 – Bob Hospers
#1 – Steve Schickler

B Flight
Congratulations goes out to Eric Walker for making it thru # 9. Congrats to the rest of the field
#9 Brian. Mawn, Dave Craig and Al Ramsey (eliminated in 1st hole)
#8 Gary Stephany
#7 Steve Marshall
#6 Al Cocco
#5 Austin. Snead
#4 Bruce. Fay
#3 Bill Adams
#2 John Masten
#1 Eric Walker
Next up is the Fall Classic September 11, 2016 , two man aggregate with 100% handicap. Skins will be 80% and 2 CTP holes. cost is $14-$23 depending on what you want to get into , lunch included. Does not include greens fees or cart.

The august Bestball results are in. Congratulations goes out to the 2016 August Bestball champions Eric Walker and Lance Lydon. Their 64 topped a competitive group. The teams who cashed are listed below.

1st – 64 $150.00/team
Eric Walker and Lance Lydon
2nd – 65 $93.00/team
Jerry Richards and Bob Brongo
Jessie Green and Ron Montford
4th – 66 $46.00/team
Bob Hospers and Tom Wing
Bill Turner and Steve Olesiuk
Bruce Fay and Mike Klcc
Marty Heit and John LaGambino
8th – 67 $10.75/team
Steve Marshall and Mike Claboine
Al Ramsey and Dave Craig
Al Cocco and Bill Adams
Dave DeLary and Kevin Heath

# 4 Mike Claboine 20′ $23.50
#18 John LaGambino 5′10″ $23.50

Genesee Golf Club
Spring Best Ball
May 8, 2016

1st Place 68 ($159/team)
Dave Parrinello and Mark Yuhnke
2nd Place 69 ($59/team)
Karl Heath and Bob Hospers
Steve Schickler and Lance Lydon
Nick Cirocco and Ken Burritt
Ron Montford and Austin Snead
Tom Wing and Craig Whitman
Ken Ehmann and Kevin Ehmann
Dan Mealy and Bill Adams
9th Place 70 ($9.50 per team)
All Cocco and Mike Claboine
Terry Popp and Jim Prosperi

2/22/2016 – Genesee Golf Club membership emails sent out. If you did not receive your email or are having trouble opening the documents contact John LaGambino

1/23/2016 – Mike Kllc and John LaGambino met with Andy K and Phil Meyers on the upcoming season below are the minutes from that meeting
Pro shop:
> – is it possible to use our Pro Shop winnings for riding carts? food at the snack bar?
> YES you can use money on the books for food, no 10% discount for food. lunch up to $6.50, the course has no issue with us catering our own food at the club.
> – will we be seeing an expanded food menu outside of burgers, hot dogs and sausage?
> the food prep area is to small to expand menu. – the course acknowledge that they do not have the capacity to server food quickly for shotgun starts – they ask members to be patient. They do feel they can handle our tournaments with tee time up to 50 people- again for our larger turnouts we need to tell members to be patient
> continue a 10% discount on merchandise – their plans are to stock more clothing in the pro shop and less golf clubs as they can not compete with pricing online and at discount golf shops
> The will be a pass for carts based on 9 holes that will save frequent players $$$.
> The county season pass remains $450.00.
> – provide a person to sit with the tournament chairs and be responsible for receiving the money for tournament? because of staffing in morning the course will not be able to provide help at table. Golf Now system will require every golfer to scan their card prior to going to the first tee. The tournament committee guidelines will address this.
> – call in all Tournament and Weekend game results to the Democrat & Chronicle. the pro shop would try their best but it was suggested we do it ourselves.
> – work with the club to assist in providing completed score cards We will either use the USGA program to print score cards or use a program yet to be determined by the course. The new system could have the ability to print on existing course tickets – that would be preferable. We will consider providing the course our account information so they can use produce the score cards for us.
> – provide a electronic process for the books to include details of money in and off the books. Possible to us a mobile app to check? We must all agrees that the hand written ledger book from last year was not a solution Golf Now is committed to coming online in spring. More details and reporting for money on the books. the hand written days should be over.
> – consider a monthly or twice a season Pro Day (perhaps a Tuesday) where the Pro sets up a golf and dinner excursion to a special site (such as Whirlpool, Sodus Bay or a Caledonia G.C.), plays with the group, and does dinner (say Como Restaurant in Niagara Falls, NY). this could be an open to the public event as well the course has hired a new Pro who is coming from Turning Stone. As soon as we know his name we will be reaching out to him for a meeting. They have also hired an intern to act as assistant. Jessie will not be back as assistant pro. Not sure if he will be back at all.
> – the need for a better area for the club is evident. Last year we felt like we were stuffed in a corner. We need an area with a table and chairs. this area could stimulate guys hanging around after golf ( and spend $$) under negotiations, we need a larger bulletin board, two chairs and a table. the course really wants folks to hang out in the snack bar. We forgot to ask if it is possible to have a couple benches on front porch.
> – how much $$$$ was left over from unclaimed books in 2015? not much according to Andy.
> – Tri club contributed $1200.00 to Jr. golf last year. That allowed a new Jr. program be started in 2016 in conjunction with the RDGA.
> Course side:
> – better communication with the County on a maintenance schedule, such as aeration, so as not to conflict with our Tournament Schedule our tournament schedule is logged in the course calendar that the county reviews. they will make every effort to not have maintenance conflict with our schedule.
> – monthly meeting with county officials to discuss conditions, get a feel for upcoming projects etc. We need to pursue this with county. Course only has right to suggest.
> – when trees are down or conditions are to a point where play is impacted we need a quicker response. – three months to leave trees down (like on #2) is not acceptable. Per Andy tree removal was the focus (# 2 was cleared – we will see soon ) during the fall and the leaves were removed from the course. conditions should be good.