Weekly Play Days
You may play your play day on any day Tuesday through Sunday as long as it is with another LGA member. Only one card per week may be turned in and please put only two players per card with a separate line for putts. All cards must be dated, signed, and attested. There will be an established time for members to play at 10:15am every Wednesday beginning Wednesday, March 4th. There will be one point awarded for playing each week, one point for low gross, one point for low net, and one point for low putts. These points will be accumulated throughout the year with awards given at the Christmas party in December. A minimum of 10 play day cards are needed to qualify.
Birdies may be posted at any time starting the beginning of March through the end of October. This year you may post any birdie you get on any round, with or without playing with an LGA member. This is just to let us all show off our birdie accomplishments since many times we have birdies on non-play days. Julie will be making more birdies to support this change. Dianne will still be keeping track of the birdies scored on play day cards for the end of the year birdie award.
- September 9, 2017LGA Sadie Hawkins
- October 28, 2017LGA Round-Up
Meet Your Golf Team Members:
Assistant Golf Professional(803) 788-7771 ext 1 firstname.lastname@example.org
I woke up Christmas morning in 1994, excited as any kid would be, to open presents. I had no idea one of those presents would get me to where I am today, a plastic set of golf clubs. Ever since then my passion for the game has continually grown. After high school at Spring Valley, I set out on a path of becoming a golf professional. I graduated from Golf Academy of America Carolinas in December of 2015. My studies involved Tournament Operations, Advanced Methods of Teaching and Complex Golf Operations. I moved back to Columbia to pursue my career as a golf professional and to be around my family and friends.
Assistant Course Superintendent
A native of Mexico, Nicolas has served as the Woodlands Assistant Course Superintendent since 2001. Nicolas has developed an extensive background in irrigation, turf management, and landscaping and has done an excellent job working with his team of grounds keepers and mechanics to keep the course in top-notch condition.
Along with Nicolas is his dog Boo, a Chihuahua/Yorkie mix, that spends his days chasing geese off the driving range and rabbits and squirrels off the greens. Boo is also up-to-date on his golf etiquette and knows to always be quiet when on the course.