A WARM Welcome at ElDorado

Sounds like a good name for a John Wayne Film! It was a warm sticky day, but the Boys from NENSGA shone through as usual. The Course really has come a long way, and it did not give up much. Only a hand full of under Par scores, but as has been the case , many ties and very closely bunched field.

Our next Tournament will be Monday Aug.3rd at Laurel. A very good test of golf and always a great event with excellent food. We will have a large field, so bring your A game. The NENSGA Senior Cup points have been updated, so check out how you stand. There is some widening of the gap at the top, but remember,it’s not over till it is over. Also remember we pay 5 spots at the end of the year, and many of those spots are hotly contested.

Good Luck, Good Golfing, Be safe and we will see you in Laurel Aug. 3rd !!

Great experience at Randolph

We are heading into a stretch of 18 Hole Courses besides a couple of 9 Hole Courses. The 18 hole Courses except El Dorado have openings, sign up now to ensure a spot. Randolph is always a fun tournament with good food and a Course that is always in great Shape. This year was no exception, with 10 teams at Par or better. The food was very good as well, they have always done a good job and try to really take care of NENSGA.

Eldorado is up next, it will be a very good experience on a fun Course to play. Dave has worked hard to get the Course in shape after the brutal winter of 2014. His hard work has paid off, the Course is playing very well and the Greens are really good. Bring your A game and expect to have a blast. The food will be as good as it gets.

Flights winner at Randolph were as follows:

1st……………. Jack Mahler-Gene Reed  (65)

2nd………….. Bill Schuele-Gary Bellingtier (71)

3rd…………… Bob Crippen-Lloyd Avery (74)

4th…………… Mert Hahne-Dean Benson (77)

Drive safe and we will see you at Eldorado!!!


Hartington In The Books, Randolph on the Horizon

Hartington saw a really good 63 shot by Nelson and Keuhn. Only 3 scores under Par for the event , but as usual the competition elsewhere was very competitive.

Randolph is up next on the agenda, and it is always a really good tournament. We did have a cancellation, so if anyone wishes to play, please contact me @ 402-760-1616 right away.

We continue to have issues with scorecard accuracy. Guys, we need to clean this up immediately or we will have to force the DQ rules. Every tournament has at least 2 and many times more, of in-correct cards. The biggest culprit is Math. Too many of you are signing for a score that does not add up to the scores posted. Be diligent guys and double check the addition. Please do not blame us, if you are DQ’d as a result of signing an in-correct score card.

Everyone please drive safe, and we will see you in Randolph on July 13th.