Robson Ranch Men’s Golf Club recently welcomed Jay Wilson as our new golf pro. Jay was born in Virginia and spent the first 30 years of his life in the South. He moved to Arizona to attend the golf academy in Phoenix. Jay came to Robson Ranch from Oakwood golf course in Sun Lakes, Arizona. Jay worked at Oakwood for the last eight years, the last two years as Head Golf Pro.
Our new Pro Shop Manager is Jim Moore. Jim also came to us from Oakwood golf course. Jim has been working for us since December 28, 2005. Jim was promoted to Pro Shop Manager September 1, 2014. Jim has an undergraduate degree in accounting, a master’s degree in finance and is a former CPA.
The first annual meeting for 2015 was held January 14. The new board consists of past president John Fisher, President Don Williams, Vice President Frank Sanchez, Secretary-Treasurer Ron Moran, tournament chairman Eldon Lee, assistant Dave Douglas, handicap chairmen Jim Stogsdill, assistant John Sullivan, social director John Collier, and advisor to the board Louis Heger.
The RR Men’s Golf Club has 163 members as of January 10, 2015. There are 19 new members.
The first annual Men’s Club Member/Member was held January 16 and 17, 2015. We had 32 two-man teams participating. The team of Don Edge and Dennis Burke won first place; John Kettler and Paul Hoff won second; Dennis Strack and Don Juillerat took third. The golfers enjoyed pizza and beer in the new private dining area followed by a Calcutta for the tournament the next day. Five places per flight were awarded for the second day. First flight: 1st, Bernie Drew and Mike Marcus; 2nd, Tom Landin and Skip Syer; 3rd, John Dechristopher and Jim Moore. Second flight: 1st, Richard Hoerr and Lynn Worner; 2nd, Paul Hoff and John Kitler; 3rd, Roy Johnson and Dale Mumy.
On January 28 the Men’s Club held a four-man scramble; 68 men participated. Pizza and beer followed the tournament.
The Men’s Golf Club is planning a Member/Guest Tournament on March 18 and 19. The entry forms will be available at the pro shop. More Information to follow.