2021 Club Championship Events - Results
MIXED CLUB CHAMPIONSHIPS
The Mixed Club Championships were held on Sat./Sun. July 24th/25th. There were 36 players or 18 mixed teams playing two rounds. After two days of competition, Karen and George Acton won both low gross (154) and low net (130). Other scores of note were Penny & Marty Wells (135), Mackenzie McVey & Jason Naylor (136), Kathy and Tom Pulcine (138) and Liz Curran & Ron Nezan (140).
Mixed Club Champions - Karen & George Acton
The Club Championships were held on Sat./Sun. August 7th/8th. There were 13 Ladies and 28 Men competing in different flights. Although the Championships are “gross” stroke play, to encourage participation, we also award low nets so all can still compete and win.
The 2021 Ladies’ Club Champion was Susan Gillean with a two-day score of 170. Liz Curran (171) finished 2nd. The “B Flight” Champion was Jill Finlin (195) with 2nd going to Mary Weatherley (201) and the “D Flight” Champion was Renate Rodgers (203) with 2nd going to Maureen McLewin (225). The low net winners were Stephanie Lemaire (151), Miriam O'Grady (155), Seeta Neal (156) and Hannah Chiarelli (156).
The 2021 Men’s Club Championship saw a one-hole playoff to determine the winner. Both Andrew Shannon and Matthew Banning shot 159 over two rounds of golf, with Andrew prevailing in the playoff to become the Cedarhill 2021 Men’s Club Champion. The “B Flight” Champion was won by Jim Brown (165), with Gerry Hoeft (168) finishing 2nd. The “C Flight” Champion was Daylan Derksen (161), with Scott Gerrard (175) finishing 2nd. Low nets were awarded to George Acton (146), Marty Wells (152), Bob Austin (154) and Manny Restrepo (154).
Ladies’ Club Champion – Susan Gillean
Men’s Club Champion – Andrew Shannon
Ladies' “B” Club Champion – Jill Finlin
Men’s “B” Club Champion – Jim Brown
Ladies' “D” Club Champion – Renate Rodgers
Men’s “C” Club Champion – Daylan Derksen
SENIOR CLUB CHAMPIONSHIPS
The Senior Club Championships were played on Sat./Sun. August 21st/22nd. We had 12 Ladies and 18 Men play in the 2-day event. The 2021 Ladies Senior Club Champion (net) was Jill Finlin (142). The 2021 Ladies Senior Club Champion (gross) was Liz Curran (172/146). Other noteworthy net scores were Maureen McLewin (145) and Anne Queen (148). The 2021 Men’s Senior Club Champion (gross and net) was Greg Nezan (151/143). Others to note were Ron Nezan (146) and Gerry Hoeft (147).
Senior Ladies’ Club Champion (Net) – Jill Finlin
Senior Men's Club Champion (Net & Gross) – Greg Nezan
Senior Ladies’ Club Champion (Gross) – Liz Curran
HANDICAP (Match Play) CHAMPIONSHIPS
The Cedarhill Handicap (Match Play) Championship is a single knockout handicapped tournament played using match play rules, scoring based on holes won, lost or halved (tied). This event takes place over the entire summer. This year the Men had 2 Flights and the Ladies had one. The winner of the Men’s “A flight” was Jason Naylor and the winner of the Men’s “B flight” was Gerry Hoeft. On the ladies’ side, the “A flight” winner was Susan Gillean.
Cedarhill Golf and Country Club – 2020 Championships
Given Covid-19 this year the Playing Committee decided to only hold the Club Championship events. This unfortunately meant that we were not able to hold any of the “fun” events that have become very popular. Let’s all hope this changes next year.
The Club Championship was held August 8 and 9, 2020. We had 19 Ladies and 19 Men that participated over the two day event.
The 2020 Ladies Club Champion is Liz Curran with a two-day score of 172. The 2020 Men’s Club Champion is Greg Nezan with a two-day score of 154. Congratulations to both our Club Champions.
The Ladies B Flight Champion is Anne Queen; the Ladies C Flight Champion is Bonne Zuran; and the Ladies D Flight Champion is Maureen McLewin.
The Men’s B Flight Champion is Gerry Hoeft and the Men’s C Flight Champion is Scott Gerrard.
Mixed Club Championships
The Mixed Club Championships were held on July 25 and 26, 2020. There were 15 teams that participated over the two-day event.
The low-net winners and therefore the Mixed Club Champions are Kathy and Tom Pulcine. They shot a two-round low-net of 130.
Second low-net were Karen and George Acton at 132 and at third low-net at 139 were Miriam O'Grady and Joe Underhill.
Here are pictures of all the participants:
Left: Gerry Hoeft, Jill Finlin and Kathy & Tom Pulcine
Right: Stephanie Lemaire & Richard Lessard and Peter & Sandy Finnigan
Left: Joe Underhill & Miriam O'Grady and Anne & Stuart Robson (Saturday’s fill-in)
Right: Marty & Penny Wells (Sunday’s fill-in)
*** our thanks to the Robsons and the Wells for agreeing to fill-in to ensure we had foursomes.
Left: Rene & Elizabeth Douville and Wendy Buchanan & Scott Gerrard
Right: Sandra & Laird Roe and Renate Rodgers & David Green
Left: Gary & Connie Froats and Karen and George Acton
Right: Ross McEwan & Anne Queen and Gail & Greg Nezan
Left: Liz Curran & Ron Nezan and Jim & Connie Moore
Senior Club Championships
The Senior Club Championships were held on August 30 and September 5, 2020. We were rained-out on Saturday, August 29 so we needed to hold the event over two weekends. We had 16 Ladies sign-up and 15 Men. Given the change to the schedule 3 ladies and 3 men had to withdraw. We appreciate everyone’s flexibility with the difficulties caused by the re-scheduling.
On the Ladies’ side, Sandy Finnigan won low-net at 149 and low-gross at 173. Liz Curran was 2nd low-net at 150 and Maureen McLewin was 3rd low-net at 152.
On the Men’s side, Tom Pulcine won low-net at 144 and Marty Wells won low-gross at 156. Terry Mason was 2nd low-net at 147 and Peter Finnigan was 3rd low-net at 148.
Congratulations to all the 2020 Cedarhill Golf & Country Club Champions!
Mixed Club Championships - July 28/29, 2018
Congratulations to our winners
Liz Curran and Scott Brewster
Junior Club Championships - July 28, 2018
Congratulations Bailey Myers our 2018 Junior Club Champion
Mixed Chapman Scramble – May 26, 2018
Well, it was a good thing that 43 of us didn’t listen to the weatherman, otherwise we would’ve all stayed home and we would’ve missed a very enjoyable day of golf. Other than a bit of drizzle for a hole or two, the weather didn’t hamper our enjoyment at all.
We had 43 golfers participate in the Mixed Chapman. Our thanks to Susan Gillean who stepped up and did double duty, partnering two of the guys. Susan’s game must be very consistent, because she shot a gross 76 with John Imperiale and a gross 76 with Justin Scanlon. Well done!
The low gross and low net was shot by Anne Queen and Ross McEwan with a 70 gross and a net 62. Given that this is a “net” event, they took home the first prize money for “low net”. Therefore after applying retrogression (there were two tied for 2nd low gross), Liz Curran and Scott Brewster took home low gross with a score of 73. Other winners were: 2nd low net of 63 to Claire Paquin & Tom Pulcine; 3rd low net of 64 to Penny & Marty Wells; and 4th low net of 64 to Stephanie Lemaire & Richard Lessard.
Anne Queen and Ross McEwan:
As part of the event everyone was asked to guess their net score before teeing off. The three pairings that correctly guessed their score were: Diane & Frank Turner, Kathy Pope & Pierre Ladouceur, Renate Rodgers & Lawrence Tapper (who won the prize by a tie-break). Winning closest to the pins were: Ladies’ #5 – Wendy Buchanan; Men’s #5 – Gerry Hoeft; Ladies’ #14 – Susan Gillean; and Men’s #14 – Gerry Hoeft.
The random draw winners were: Gary Froats; Mary Betts; Susan Gillean; Lawrence Tapper; Lee Whelly; and Connie Froats.
Special thanks to Greg White and Barry Laphen for doing the scoring. Greg Robertson, Operations Manager, Chef Nathalie and all the club house staff for their support.
Opening Get-Acquainted Scramble
May 5, 2018
We had a great start to the 2018 Cedarhill Member Event year with the Opening Get-Acquainted Scramble. After a very cool and rainy spring, we finally got a Saturday with warm weather - although it was cool to start, by mid-round it had warmed-up and by the end of the round it was warm enough for people to enjoy Cedarhill’s beautiful patio.
There were 60 golfers, with 53 members and 7 Cedarhill staff joining in, that almost doubled last year’s participation of 33golfers.
Although the focus was on fun, we did acknowledge the winning foursome with a low-round of 64. The winning team was: Kathy Pope; Lawrence Tapper; Ryan Puttman and Matthew Arthur. The most honest foursome, with a score of 76 was: Anne Queen;
Greg White, Head Professional and the winning team:
CEDARHILL 2017 CLUB CHAMPIONS
Mixed Club Champions – Joan Barriault & Greg Nezan
Senior Men’s Club Champion (Net) – Gary Froats
Senior Men’s Club Champion (Gross) – Jim Brown
Senior Ladies’ Club Champion (Net) – Susan Gillean
Senior Ladies’ Club Champion (Gross) – Liz Curran
Men’s Club Champion – Marty Wells
Men’s B Class Champion – Tom Pulcine
Men’s C Class Champion – Terry Mason
Men’s D Class Champion – John Toccalino
Ladies’ Club Champion – Liz Curran
Ladies’ B Class Champion – Lee Whelly
Ladies’ C Class Champion – Bev Goold
Ladies’ D Class Champion – Connie Froats
Ladies’ A Class Handicap Champion – Joan Barriault
Ladies’ B Class Handicap Champion – Miriam O’Grady
Men’s A Class Handicap Champion – Marty Wells
Men’s B Class Handicap Champion – Justin Scanlon
Men’s C Class Handicap Champion – John Toccalinod
2017 OVGA Senior Women’s Intersectional Team
The OVGA Women’s Senior Intersectional event was completed on Monday, August 28th at Pembroke against teams from Pembroke, Algonquin and Metcalfe. Our team was again in tough competition. However, everyone on the team scored at least 2 points. Well done! Although we did not win, we earned enough points to remain in our current division and will be playing at Metcalfe next year. Thanks team – especially our co-Club Captain Jill Finlin who led the scoring by earning 5 points. The Pringles’ Cup was awarded to Anne Queen and her caddie Joanne Gosewitz and was shared with the team. Many thanks to Liz Roberts and Penny Wells who drove to Pembroke to support the team and to offer refreshments. Thanks to Greg and Paul White who also drove to Pembroke to support the team. Thanks also to the caddies – Joan Barriault, Joanne Gosewitz and George Acton. Please see photos below.
Cedarhill’s 2017 OVGA Senior Women’s Intersectional Team
2017 OVGA Senior Men’s Intersectional Team
Cedarhill Men competed in the OVGA Senior Men’s Intersectional event on Tuesday, September 5th. This year’s event was hosted by Cedarhill Golf and Country Club. The team played very well against three very strong teams from Buckingham, Pakenham and Sand Point. Finishing third this year means that Cedarhill will remain in Division D next year which will be played at Sand Point. Congrats for a great effort by all members of the team which included: Bob Austin, Scott Brewster, Jim Brown, Bruce Delaney, Gary Froats, Gerry Hoeft, Pierre Ladouceur, Ross McEwan, Greg Nezan, Ron Nezan, Tom Pulcine and Martin Wells. Special thanks to Jim Niles who caddied for Greg Nezan. Thanks to Greg White for taking care of the starting and scoring duties for the day. Kudos to Mary Wells, Greg Nezan and Gerry Hoeft for taking 6 points each. Also, thanks to Greg Robertson and his team for hosting a great event which included a delicious BBQ provided by Chef Nathalie. Please see photos below.
Cedarhill’s 2017 OVGA Senior Men’s Intersectional Team
2017 Club Championships
The Cedarhill Club Championship was held on Saturday, August 19, 2017 and Sunday, August 20, 2017. Forty (42) members took part in what were two great days of golf with very nice weather. There were 20 ladies and 22 men.
The ladies finished first, starting with the D-Flight. After two days of competition Connie Froats and Penny Wells were tied with a two-day gross score of 231. Connie won the D Class Championship in a one-hole playoff. The C-Class champion is Bev Goold with a two-day gross score of 197. The B-Class champion is Lee Whelly with a two-day gross score of 192. Last to finish was the A-Flight and after two days of competition and a two-day gross score of 175, the 2017 Ladies’ Club Champion is Liz Curran.
Starting with the D-Flight for the men, the D-Class Champion is John Toccalino with a two-day gross score of 182. The C-Class Champion is Terry Mason with a two-day gross score of 173. The C and D Flights were played from the “white tees”. The A and B flights were played from the “blue tees”. The B-Class Champion is Tom Pulcine with a two-day gross score of 173. The A-Flight had a very exciting finished. Of course, when the final group arrived at hole 18, the patio was full of other participants, other non-playing members, spouses and friends. Everyone watching were treated to an exciting finish. The final four players teed off 18, all tied for the lead. As they arrived at the 18th green, Greg Nezan was at the back of the green laying 3, Bob Austin just off the bottom left of the green laying 2 and Marty Wells hitting a perfect approach shot was laying 2 about 12 feet below the cup. Greg chipped first and based on his body language hit a poor shot, but the ball hopped on the green and rolled across the top of the green and dropped into the hole for a par. Bob Austin chipped next and got it up close to the cup to be now laying 3. Marty Wells then was next to go. Marty then brought an end to the competition by rolling in his putt for a birdie to win the Club Championship by one. Marty’s two-day gross score was 158. So, with that birdie our 2017 Men’s Club Champion is Marty Wells.
There were prizes for low nets. The winners were
1st low net: Susan Gillean (144)
2nd low net: Anne Queen (145)
3rd low net: Karen Acton (146)
4th low net: Jill Finlin (150)
1st low net: Scott Gerrard (134)
2nd low net: Jeff Goyette (140)
3rd low net: Greg Nezan (141)
4th low net: Richard Lessard (142)
This year on Championship Sunday, we added a fun golf event for those members that prefer not to play in competitions but still want to join in the fun. The random draw winners for the fun event were Rene Douville; Martin Buckley; and Christine Buckley.
The random draw winners from the Championships were: Stephanie Lemaire; Hannah Chiarelli; Gail Nezan; Jean Broadfoot; Larry Weatherley; Peter Finnigan; George Acton; Luis Ferreira; and John Cook.
With the beautiful sunny day, we were able to have a party-on-the-patio. There was a large turnout of many non-playing members, spouses and friends. Everyone seemed to have a very enjoyable time. There was a BBQ and an opportunity to participant in the games-of-chance.
The first game-of-chance was “cut cards draw”. There were four winners of $40 each, they were: Lee Whelly; Hannah Chiarelli; Luis Ferreira; and Sandy Finnigan.
The 50/50 draw winners of $150 each were: John Goold and Jean Broadfoot.
Another new event this year was a betting game. There were 11 teams created with two ladies and two men with equal team handicaps. Anyone could place a $5 bet on any or all teams. The gross scores of the Sunday round determined the winning team of low gross. The winning team made up of Karen Acton, Stephanie Lemaire, Marty Wells and David Green won with a total team score of 85 over par. The following individuals each won $80 having bet on the winning team: Susan Gillean, George Acton, Luis Ferreira, Karen Acton, Greg White, Marty Wells, Christine Buckley, David Green and Gary Froats. To further enhance the betting game Greg Robertson donated RedBlacks tickets with only the betting winners having a chance to win. Luis Ferreira won the tickets.
Our thanks to Cedarhill G&CC for offering food & beverage specials after the round on Sunday.
Enjoy the pictures.
2017 Senior Club Championships
The Cedarhill Senior Club Championship was held on Saturday, August 5, 2017 and Sunday,
August 6, 2017. Forty (40) members took part in what were two great days of golf. There were
18 ladies and 22 men.
The Ladies had a very exciting finish with two ladies tied for low-net after 36 holes of golf, with
a net-score of 141. Susan Gillean and Miriam O’Grady took part in the three-hole playoff, but
remained tied. They continued for a fourth hole, in which Susan prevailed and therefore
becomes the Cedarhill 2017 Ladies Senior Club Champion. Susan also recorded the low-gross
with a 2-day score of 175 and will represent Cedarhill in the OVGA Tournament of Champions.
Miriam then finished second and Gail Nezan with a score of 142 finished third. Given that Susan
becomes the low-net winner and can only hold one trophy, the low-gross also needed to be
decided by a sudden-death playoff. Liz Curran and Sandy Finnigan returned to the 18th hole
after finished tied with a two-day gross score of 178. Liz won the playoff on the first hole
The Men’s event was also very tight, with only one stroke separating the top two low-net
players. Gary Froats is the 2017 Men’s Cedarhill Senior Club Champion, with a winning low-net
2-day score of 134 – 6 strokes below par. John Toccalino was one stroke back at 135. Denis
Verdon was third with a score of 140. The low gross event was very tight with 5 players within
four stokes. Jim Brown won the low-gross and will represent Cedarhill at the OVGA Tournament
of Champions, winning with a 2-day low gross score of 157. Honorable mentions go to Bob
Austin (158); Marty Wells (158); Greg Nezan (159); and Ross McEwan (160).
The random prize winners were: Karen Acton; Jean Chiarelli; Bev Goold; Connie Froats; Bob
Nugent; Ron Nezan; Al Violini; Bruce Delaney; and Larry Weatherley.
Enjoy the pictures.
2017 Cedarhill Women’s Intersectional Team
Cedarhill Women competed in the OVGA Women’s Intersectional event on Sunday, July 16th. This year’s event was hosted by Sand Point Golf Club. The team played very well against three very strong teams from Sand Point, Smith Falls and Greensmere. Finishing fourth this year means that Cedarhill will move to Division E next year. The Pringles Cup was won by Karen Acton and Danielle Ryza. Congratulations for a great effort by all members of the team which included: Karen Acton, Joan Barriault, Liz Curran, Sandy Finnigan, Susan Gillean, Kathy Pope, Danielle Ryza and Anne Queen. Thanks to the caddies – George Acton, Jeff Avery, Mike Barriault, Joanne Gosewitz and Miriam O’Grady who were great support for our team. Also, special thanks to Greg White, Kathy and Tom Pulcine (Co-Club Captain) who travelled to the course to support the team! Please see photos below.
2017 Cedarhill Women’s Intersectional Team
2017 Women’s Intersectional Results
Pringles Cup Winners Jill Finlin, pictured with the Pringles Cup winners, spent the day at Sand Point representing the Club and cheering on the team as Cedarhill’s Co-Club Captain.
2017 Cedarhill Men’s Intersectional Team
Cedarhill Men competed in the OVGA Men’s Intersectional event on Sunday, July 9th. This year’s event was hosted by Algonquin Golf Club. The team played very well against three very strong teams from Algonquin, Eagle Creek and Kingsway. Finishing fourth this year means that Cedarhill will move to Division H next year. The Pringles Cup was won by Ron Nezan. Congratulations for a great effort by all members of the team which included: George Acton, Bob Austin, Jim Brown, Luis Ferreira, Gerry Hoeft, Pierre Ladouceur, Ross McEwan, Greg Nezan, Ron Nezan, Tom Pulcine, Allen Violini and Martin Wells. Special thanks to Jim Niles who caddied for Greg Nezan. Thanks to Greg White and his brother, Paul and Bev and John Goold who travelled to the course to support the team!
Please see photos below.
2017 Cedarhill Men’s Intersectional Team
2017 Men’s Intersectional Division G Results
Cedarhill Team Point Men (Jill Finlin pictured with the "Point Men” spent the day at Algonquin representing the Club and cheering on the team as Cedarhill’s Co-Club Captain)
SOLHEIM CUP – RYDER CUP – JUNE 10, 2017 – EVENT SUMMARY
Solheim Cup 2017
On Saturday, June 10, 2017, the women played in the Solheim Cup. The Solheim Cup is a team event with two (2) teammates playing matches against the opposing team. We had 20 players in total, therefore two teams of 10 players each. The matches are played using 3 golfing formats of 6 holes for each format – Best Ball (holes 1 – 6), Alternate Shot (holes 7 – 12) and Scramble (Holes 13 – 18). After the 5 matches were played, the Red team came out victorious, although many of the matches were so close that they could have gone either way.
Everyone had a wonderful day of golf and fun, with the photos of the winning team and the second place team below, along with the scorecard.
Joan Barriault won Closest to the Rope on #1 and Kathy Pope won Closest to the Pin on #14. The seven draw prizes were won by Bev Goold, Dini Nugent, Joan Barriault, Kathy Pulcine, Lee Whelly, Liz Curran and Mary Betts.
WINNERS – RED TEAM – Susan Gillean, Lee Whelly, Connie Froats, Liz Curran, Anne Queen, Renate Rodgers, Karen Acton, Dorothy Price, Carole Myers, Jean Chiarelli
2nd PLACE – WHITE TEAM – Jill Finlin, Miriam O’Grady, Kathy Pope, Joan Barriault, Mary Betts, Penny Wells, Kathy Pulcine, Bev Goold, Dini Nugent, Danielle Ryza
Solheim Cup – Results
Ryder Cup 2017
On Saturday, June 10, 2017 the men played a new event – Ryder Cup. The Ryder Cup is a team event with two (2) teammates playing matches against the opposing team. We had 28 players in total, therefore two teams of 14 players. The front nine was played as a two-man scramble and the back nine a two-man net-best-ball. After the 7 matches were played the two teams were tied…so everyone won!
Everyone had a great time, but the men failed to take any pictures, other than the scorecard. Despite what Greg White wrote on the scorecard, both teams won.
George Acton won the closest to the pin on #5 and Ross McEwan won #14. The three random draws were won by Jim Niles, Jeff Avery and Bob Austin.
Mixed Chapman Scramble – Post Event Note
May 29, 2017
The sun came out for our 2017 Mixed Chapman Scramble where we hosted 50 golfers in an absolutely beautiful day for golf.
This was a competitive, yet fun event with the following winners declared at the end of the day:
1st Low Net – Penny & Marty Wells
2nd Low Net – Jill Finlin & Gerry Hoeft
3rd Low Net – Danielle Ryza & Jeff Avery
4th Low Net – Sandy & Peter Finnigan
1st Low Gross – Joan Barriault & Bob Austin.
The skill event winners were as follows:
Closest to the Pin on #5 – Ladies – Kathy Pope
Closest to the Pin on #5 – Men – Bob Austin
Closest to the Pin on #14 – Men – Martin Buckley
There were also a couple of fun events during the competition. The first event was ‘Guess your Score’ which was won by Pierre Ladouceur & Wendy Buchanan. The other fun event was the ‘Mini-stick Closest to the Pin on #8’ which was won by Sandy Finnigan. Sandy’s shot stopped 6 inches from the pin – perhaps the Sens could have used her shot in the last game!
The random draws ($15) were won by: Anne Robson, Wendy Buchanan, Connie Froats, Patricia Downey, Kathy Pulcine, Tom Pulcine, Rene Douville, George Acton, Hannah Chiarelli & Don Betts.
Thanks to Karen Acton for organizing the fun games. We also want to thank all the staff at Cedarhill for all their support.
Looking forward to seeing everyone at our next event – Solheim - Ryder Cup on Saturday, June 10th.
Enjoy the pictures!
Jill Finlin and Tom Pulcine
Opening Get Acquainted Scramble
May 13, 2017
After a reset caused by all the rain we have had this spring, we held Cedarhill’s first member golf event of 2017 – the Opening Get Acquainted Scramble. We had thirty-three (33) golfers participate, however, given the weather forecast, we did have a few cancellations.
Although the focus was on fun, we did acknowledge the winning foursome with a low-round of 65. The winning team was: Connie Froats, Jim Niles, Ron Nezan and Ross McEwan. The most honest foursome, with a score of 76 was: Joan Barriault, Anne Robson, Nathan Dagenais and Jack Dagenais.
Justin Scanlon won the ball-drop – throwing a ball onto the 18th green to the hole – some 60-70 feet away and having the ball find the bottom of the cup. As it turned out, it was only the second ball toss of the day. Justin is reconsidering his putting stroke!
In Chase-the-Ace, the four aces were found by: Richard Lessard, Ross McEwan, David Green and Judy Genereaux. Each won $50.00. The random draws from $25 to $15 were won by: Kathy Pope, Jill Finlin, Anne Robson, Kathy Pulcine and Nathan Dagenais.
Thanks to Karan Acton for organizing the fun games. We also want to thank all the staff at Cedarhill for all their support.
Looking forward to seeing everyone at our next event – Mixed Chapman Scramble on Saturday, May 27th.
Enjoy the pictures!
Jill Finlin and Tom Pulcine