Dueling Pianos Night "Sold Out"
Oct. 17 - The House Committee reports that the "Dueling Pianos" performance scheduled for Saturday, October 25, is sold out to the capacity of the clubhouse. A waitlist will be maintained in the event of any cancellations, but there will be no admittance to this event without a reservation.
Aerating Fairways Takes Place in October
Oct. 6 - The greens crew will be aerating several fairways per week throughout the month of October. This involves a machine that pulls cores, followed by seeding and soil amendments.
According to golf course superintendent, Rich Caughey, the cultivation practice is essential to the health of the fairways and a specially designed seed will also be applied.
“The seed variety we will be using is both salt and drought tolerant. This is a program we have used in the past and it's really paid off during this past season's extremely dry weather.
Rich also noted that water generated from the wells on the club's property can . . . read more about Hatherly's fairway maintanance program here.
Men's OCL Team Crushes Wollaston in Semi-Final Round
Oct. 5 - The men's OCL team on Saturday soundly defeated Wollaston 13.5 to 4.5 in the semi-final round of the OCL championship. With home field advantage secured after placing first in the OCL standings, Hatherly will host Cohasset for the championship match — the date of which has yet to be determined.
In case you didn't know . . .
Each club's OCL team consists of six, two-man teams with each two-man team playing “best ball” in a fourball match. The first three teams play at “scratch” (no handicaps) and the following three teams play at 80% (handicap) off the low handicap in the foursome.
There are eighteen overall points to be won in an OCL match with three points available to win for each two-man team — one point for the front 9 holes, one point for the back 9 holes, and one point for the overall 18 holes. A half-point is gained by each two-man team for a halved side or the overall 18-holes.
Stacia and Charlie Rozanitis Win Morton Cup
Sept. 28 - Seventy-four teams were rewarded with magnificent summer-like weather on Sunday afternoon for the annual Morton Cup scotch — a tournament that is known for delivering much, much cooler conditions.
Stacia and Charlie Rozanitis celebrate their victory in the clubhouse on Sunday evening with the Morton Cup trophy.
With the golf course matching the beautiful weather, Stacia and Charlie Rozanitis took advantage of both and navigated the Chapman style Scotch better than all contenders, firing an impressive 73 gross, 62.6 net to take home the 2014 Morton Cup title. It was the third time Stacia and Charlie have won the tournament.
Margie and Mike Sullivan finished a strong second with a 65.6 net.
In the gross scoring, Don and Kathy Marshall took the top spot with a score of 79 and Carol Coyle and John O'Brien were runners-up with an 80.
» » 2014 Morton Cup Results
Glassanos and Dolabany Win President's Cup in Sudden Death
Sept. 22 - Phil Glassanos and Dana Dolabany won the first hole of sudden death over Eric Limont and John Mulcahy when Phil sunk his putt for par on the 18th hole. Both teams finished the two-day modified Stableford tournament with 92 points to force sudden-death.
Phil Glassanos and Dana Dolabany hold the President's Cup trophy after winning a sudden-death playoff on the 18th hole.
» » 2014 President's Cup Results
Pro Shop Fall Blow-out Sale
Sept. 14 - The Pro Shop wants to move inventory and is willing to extend a discount of 50% off the regular price of ALL men's and women's clothing!
In addition, the Shop will take 20% off the price of all in-stock golf clubs and accessories.
If you have Pro Shop credits, now is the perfect time to use them, or simply charge merchandise to your account. Visit the Pro Shop today and take advantage of this spectacular fall sale event.
If you have any questions on the availability of clothing or equipment, call the Shop today at 781-545-9814.