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October 2013 | SUN LAKES SPLASH | www.sunlakessplash.com SLCC Ladies 18 Hole results


SPORTS 79 Pool Club tourney results


Gary Vacin Bill Moore, Brian Don Moelk and


Leonard Gay are the Lucky Shot Pool Club second Summer Session Tournament winners. For the second straight tournament,


Moore swept to victory in 9-Ball Pocket 1. A tie-breaker was needed to decide the next


two placings, with Fred Falconetti


fi nishing second and Jack Hill third. Moelk won all six matches en route to


victory in 8-Ball Pocket 1. Ralph Casale and Brian Clafl in fi nished second and third, respectively. Gay walked off with the 8-Ball Pocket


2 title. New player Duane Isheay took second and Bob Beck fi nished third in a tie-breaker.


Pat Benson, Deb Martin, Debra Emerick and Pearl Martin enjoyed playing dice at the End of the Summer Party.


Nancy Field 08/06. No golf due to rain 08/13. Two Person Team 6-6-6 -


Flight 1: 1st Pinky Kubiak and Dang Parker (51.5), 2nd Debra Emerick and Karen Hessler (56), 3rd (tie) Marylou Claypool and Cheryl Reed (57.5) and Cheryl Bunch and Audrey Rich (57.5); Flight 2: 1st (tie) Dianne Hoyt and Kelly Dennis (51) and Jean Jones and Betty Ulrich (51), 3rd Betty Peer and Diane Grosse (56.5) 08/20. Best 15 out of 18 - Flight 1: 1st


(tie) Bonnie Moore (40) and Dang Parker (40), 3rd Betty Ulrich (42); Flight 2: 1st (tie) Dianne Hoyt


(36), 3rd Judi Kilgus (37) (36) and Jan Fletcher 08/27. End of Summer Fun Game - 1st


Cheryl Reed, Pearl Martin, Julie Hamlin and Nettie Dingler (108), 2nd Marci Koppelmaa, Betty Ulrich, Jan Fletcher, Dianne Hoyt and Bobbie Munter (111), 3rd Kelly Dennis, Debbie Martin, Jacque Lingle and Joann Brown (113) The End of Summer party was enjoyed


by all. Good food, good friends and a game of dice; what more can a person ask for? It always feels good to survive golfing during the heat of the summer and enjoy some time with friends. On October 1, we will be teeing off


at 8:30 a.m. with a meeting after golf. The golf course will be closed from October 7-October 28. 


Mark your calendars


Come join the IronOaks Tennis Club. October 4 - Drop in tennis begins and


continues every Monday and Friday from 1:30-3:00 p.m. through the winter. Check in at desk is required.


First time non-


club members must sign a waiver. Bring a racquet and a can of balls. October 19 - Annual Amenities Open


House in the Oakwood Club House. Visit the tennis table and pick up a copy of the new tennis brochure. October 19 - Cottonwood will host


IronOaks for a Sun Lakes Mixer. Women’s, Men’s and Mixed Doubles teams will compete. Sign up before October 15, with a partner or Heide will pair you if you have no regular partner. Spectators are needed to cheer on the home team. Matches start at 8:00 a.m. November 2 - Annual Garage Sale;


tables of treasures will be set up in front of the Fitness Center. December 6 - Annual Racquet Club


Holiday Dinner Dance in the Oakwood Ballroom. December 13-15 - USTA men’s and


women’s sectional in Surprise. IronOaks will be represented by a Women’s 6.0 and Men’s 7.0 teams. Free tennis clinics are held every


third Wednesday at 6:00 p.m. Sign up is required. Sheets are posted on the bulletin board on the club patio or contact Heide


Gilbert at the Tennis and Fitness center about clinics or lessons. Men’s Tuesday Team Tennis Winter


League sign-up sheets are posted at the tennis clubs throughout Sun Lakes and SunBird. Matches are played at the IronOaks Tennis Club on Tuesdays November-March. Heide’s Korner Practice the Half Volley You probably seldom practice the half


volley. You are usually forced to make the shot following a serve and approach shot to the net or when you get caught in mid-court on a ball hit near your feet, off the bounce. Use hardly any backswing to prevent over hitting. Practice the shot by standing on the service line and returning balls driven at your feet by a buddy or a ball machine. Practice both forehand and backhand volleys. They are diffi cult shots, but as you practice you will improve your timing and judgment. Tennis Trivia - The patenting of the


lawn mower in 1830 in Britain deserves mention in the list of things that shaped the modern game. It’s common usage made standardized playing surfaces


sports including tennis and golf. Check the website at


for many www.


ironoakstennis.net for new IronOaks tennis merchandise. 


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