Purpose of TLQMC and BOD


Section 2. PURPOSE OF ORGANIZATION (Section 2) - The purpose of the Club is to promote interaction and good fellowship among members, and encourage active participation of the members in the game of golf in accordance with the rules of the United States Golf Association (USGA) and the Southern California Golf Association (SCGA), except as modified by local rules.


Photos of 2016 Dry Heat have been added to the Photo Gallery
Added a new section For Rules Questions and Answers. We will post the questions and answers of recent rules inquiries handled by the Rules Staff.
The TLQMC Roster is now a PDF and includes Spouse names.
September 15, 2016 Handicaps and Indexes are now on the website.
A PDF copy of the new 2016 scorecard is available under the "Your Score Card" tab.
If you have any Rules Questions, send an email to rules@tlqmc.net. This will forward your question to our Rules Staff. They will confer and get back to you with an answer. Please limit your questions to those related to the rules of golf. The will not offer relationship advice nor winning lottery numbers. Thank You.
The information on the tee box decision is posted below as well as in Board Communications. 
Standing Rules have been updated to include lead time for notification on withdrawal from a tournament as well as Tee Box Changes. See Charter and League Rules
The next TLQMC General Meeting is the Annual Membership meeting scheduled for November 28, 2016
The Minutes from BOD and General Meetings have been posted under Board Communications.
The Roster portion of the website is now password protected.
Monthly President's Letter posted below.


          September 2016 President’s Newsletter



I’m not going to mention the weather. Last month we had the final tournament of the season; the Dry Heat, a great tournament and a lot of laughs. First place in A flight went to Lance Borden and Joe Rutherford with a total 2 day score of 126. Proving that keeping it in the family is a good idea, first place in B flight went to John Thelen and his grandson Austin Thelen with a 124 total. More proof of that theory is that brother’s in law Bill Brown and Pat Martin (really?) took first place in the Horserace following the first day of play. Once again our caps are off to Tournament Chair Ed Warman and his wife Sandy, Liz Owens and Dennis Tjalma, the tournament committee and Tom Sweet and the Pro Shop and Bistro. Congrats and thanks to all that participated.


I was out of town for the SCGA Rules Seminar Alan Barroll organized at the Santa Rosa Club but Alan reports it went very well. 20-25 people attended (not bad for the middle of a desert summer) and all stayed to the end; a very good sign that the attendees were learning from the proceedings. The SCGA presenter offered to come back in season if there is enough interest. My guess is that there will be. Thanks for the great effort Alan!


Again Kevin Templin and his crew have the golf course in fantastic shape leading up to the inevitable overseeding ritual. Like last year the tees, fairways and greens are to be seeded while the rough will be allowed to go dormant. The updated closing  is now scheduled for 9/26-11/10. Yes, it does seem like an inordinate amount of time. The water will be turned off on the course a week to ten days prior to the closing. As of now there will be no TLQMC event on September 26th. Of course everything is subject to change


Speaking of change, we’re all wondering what’s happening with Tom Brown’s expansion/remodel of the Bistro and Pro Shop and the new putting green. In reviewing past TLQMC President Gary Turner’s 2015 September and October Newsletters we were all wondering about the same things back then. What I can report with certainty at this time is that members of the HOA Board have been working diligently throughout the year with representatives of Tom Brown on a plan that will move the community and the golf course forward. I will add, with some reservation, that rumor has it the temporary pro shop trailer will arrive sometime this month with other improvements to follow.


That’s all for now. Where ever you are play as much golf as you can.  They say it’s good for the soul.





 Last Updated: Sep 15, 2016


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