Jim Crandall, Palms to Pines Golf Association handicap chair, provided this report about the association’s regular monthly tourney Friday, June 21 at Redhawk Golf Course in Temecula.
A misty morning drizzle and cloud cover kept temperatures mild and comfortable. The hilly course was in pretty good shape.
After finishing second in the May tourney, Danny Crosser (course handicap 18) shot a net 74 to win the June tournament. Dennis Chavez (9) and Bob Wadlow (16) tied for second with net 76. John King (27) had a net 77 for fourth place. Another tie occurred for fifth place. Both Crandall (14) and Jim Sullivan (20) scored a net 79.
The B flight is the golfers with a handicap index of 24.4 or above as of August 2018.
Tony Viola (22) shot net 67 for first place, winning for the second consecutive month. In second was Jerry Daquila (27), who finished with a net 79. Don DePalma (39) and Chris Kramer (39) shot net 96s and tied for third.
The winners of the closest-to-the-pin contests on the four par 3s were Daquila on hole no. 4; Lee Lanfried on no. 8; Crandall on the 12th hole; and Chavez on hole no. 17.
Here are the 2018-19 point standings for the season that runs from August 2018 through July 2019:

Place Golfer Points
1 Norm Kyriss 32
2 Bob Wadlow 20.83
3 Dennis Chavez 20
4 Lee Lanfried 19
5 Jim Crandall 16.5
6 Danny Crosser 16
7 Pete Capparelli 13.5
8 Barry Wallace 13
9 Paul Cozens 12.83
10 John King 12
11 Pete Holzman 11.83
12 Ken Garelick 9.5
13 Gary Brown 6.5
14 Scott Schroeder 6
15 Tony McLean 5.5
16 Mike Feyder 2
tied Jim Sullivan 2

Flight B Stats (Flight B comprises high handicappers who don’t qualify to compete in the club championships):

Place Golfer Points
1 Jerry Daquila 34.5
2 David Hiemenz 30.5
3 Don DePalma 30
4 Barry Zander 24
5 Tony Viola 22
6 Chris Kramer 9
7 Tom Flanagan 3.5

In regular season, points are awarded at each tournament as follows: first place, 6 points; second place, 4 points; third place, 3 points; fourth place, 2 points; fifth place, 1 point. Also, one-half point is awarded to everyone who participates.
A member has to compete in at least five regular-season tournaments to qualify for the playoffs.
The club is a member of the Southern California Golf Association and is sanctioned to establish SCGA handicaps for members.
If interested in joining the club or playing as a guest, contact Crandall at [email protected] or 951-265-5732, or Capparelli at [email protected] or 951-452-5552