Greenskeepers Revenge!

Edgerton Towne C.C.

2016 Greenskeeper’s Revenge

Saturday, October 15th! 

11 am sign in

11:15 Teams drafted/Shotgun Start

OPEN TO all Golfers who like to be punished!

Join us for the 3rd annual Greenskeeper’s Revenge Scramble.  The greens will be fast and the pin positions treacherous, stretching all boundaries of the Royal and Ancient Rules of Golf.  Play the course as you’ve NEVER seen it before – a sense of humour is required!

$40 Entry Fee Members/ $60 Non-members – 100% payout

Call the clubhouse to sign up 608-884-4231 or email chad@edgertontcc.com

Join us after the golf for the Badger Game with drink & food specials all day!

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The match play portion of the ETCC Club Championship is finished and the results are as follows:

Women – Theresa Borkenhagen – Champion

Julie Monohan – Runner up

Men

2nd Flight

Tae Kim – Champion

Robert Hintz –  Runner up

1st flight

Billy Morrison – Champion

Jay Johnson –  Runner up

Championship

Danny Ozga – Champion

Andrew Morrison – Runner up

 

Congratulations to all Members that played!

6th Annual Edgerton Alumni Golf Tournament

In just a couple of weeks, we will be hosting the 6th Annual Edgerton Alumni Golf Tournament. This is a great outing that brings the community together to play against other Edgerton alumni. This event is open to men and women of the same graduating class. Four golfers per team and more than one team is allowed per grade. We are also welcoming wannabe teams to play as well. All the proceeds go towards the Edgerton High School Scholarship. More details are listed below. Stop on up to the clubhouse today to sign up your team! Hope to see you out there!

6th Annual Edgerton Alumni Golf Tournament

Saturday August 6th, 2016

8am Registration (Please pay at registration)

9am Scramble

Members: $40

Nonmembers: $60

Price includes 18 holes of golf, cart, and lunch.

There will be a raffle to follow lunch.

If you have any questions, feel free to contact the clubhouse at (608) 884-4231.

Now Accepting American Express

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We’re excited to announce that we’re now accepting American Express credit cards at Edgerton Towne Country Club! Just for a refresher, we also accept MasterCard, Visa, and Discover cards at the Club. This news has great timing with our new point of sale, which allows beverage cart purchases on the course via credit card.

 

We’re excited for the new changes!

New Carts & Website

If you’re reading this, you already know we have a new website! We would also like to announce that we have 40 new Yamaha carts in circulation for the 2016 season. We’re excited to have the carts as they’re running great.

Along with the new website, we also have a new iPad based point of sale system we’re integrating into the course and clubhouse through Teensnap software. One new feature includes the ability to use the iPads to swipe credit cards from beverage carts out on the course.  And there are many more positive changes associated with the new point of sale you’ll witness this season.

Our new website has some awesome features as well. You can book and pay for tee times right from our site. You can also download course calendar events right from our website into your phone or computer. Besides the new features, the new site just looks a lot better.

With these new changes comes growing pains, so bear with us as we transition to the new site and point of sale. We would also love to hear feedback on the site and POS as well so we can improve operations.

We’re excited about the changes and looking forward to a great 2016 season!

 

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Chamblee Says Tiger, not Jack, is greatest of all time

Well Brandon is never one to hold back.  Here he is telling it like it is according to him.  IM not sure but I think there are a few people pout there that dissagree….Read more…

Who is the best golfer of all time?

In an upcoming “Golf Central” special celebrating Tiger Woods’ 40th birthday, Golf Channel analyst Brandel Chamblee said that he would pick Woods over Jack Nicklaus.

“Longevity sanctifies an idea, a career, a relationship, a government,” Chamblee said. “In that regard, Jack Nicklaus’ career was so long – won major championships over 24 years, spanned three generations – but Tiger Woods dominated in a way that had never been done before, and will never be done again. So I think, at least in my estimation, that you’d have to give the edge to Tiger Woods as the greatest player of all time.”

Source: Golf Channel