NC9HC#1: First of all I would like to thank all the players who came out to the NC9HC #1 in May. I was really happy to have the support. The courses were awesome and I really like the Oxbow course. It was the first time I had ever played on any of the 3 courses, but that was part of the reason for the series. To expose players to new/different courses than they usually play. CONGRATULATIONS TO JEFF COWLEY FOR THE ACE ON HOLE 2 AT LaPorte!!!!
NC9HC#2: The second NC9HC event was another great time at different courses. I had never played any of the 3 courses we played; UNC Greeley, Pioneer Park in Evans which is sort of a suburb of Greeley and the newer River Ranch Course in Johnstown. There was a bit of walking at the Johnstown course, but they were all very cool. It was great to be able to expose myself and the other players to these courses.
NC9HC#3: The 3rd NC9HC was held at the Harlow Platts course in Boulder and two courses in Longmont. I haven't played ever played the Centennial Park course in Longmont and it has been years since I've played the Boulder course. But that's part of the point for this NC9HC series; to expose players to new or underused courses. We were joined by 2 new members from Dillon, CO, Penelope Wood and Jason "Smitty" Smith. Thanks a lot for joining and I hope you guy's had fun!
NC9HC#5: We played the last of the Northern Colorado Nine Hole Challenge today and once again, had a great time! Shannon Anderson joined the CDSA today as our only Open Men division player in this series. Sue-B and Peggy said they were introduced to 12 new courses during the series and that was one of the main purposes of the series; to expose players to new or underused courses. Amazing weather, fun golf and great company... doesn't get much better than that.
Here are the Final Results for the NC9HC Series. Everything is based off your average score and the lowest score wins. So we take your total score and average it for the 1 event of 3 courses. Then if you play in multiple events, we take your grand total average by adding all your averages together and dividing by the number of events you played. We are awarding the winners tomorrow afternoon, Sunday September 19 at Badlands, during the CDSA Awards Party and BBQ.