REPORTER FILE PHOTO The Shelter Island Country Club Board of Trustees has elected a new slate of officers.
Gordon Cantley is the newly elected chairman of the Shelter Island Island Country Club (SICC) Board of Trustees after voting Sunday during the season-closing membership meeting. Karen Gibbs, a former board member, was voted in as vice chairwoman with Julia Best serving as secretary and Jim Buckland as treasurer. Jim Gereghty and Ann Beckwith join the board as trustees. (more…)
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The Shelter Island Country Club’s clubhouse.
As another great season of golf winds down at Goat Hill, Shelter Island Country Club members are encouraged to attend the club’s season-closing membership meeting and party on Sunday, Oct. 13 at the clubhouse.
From left, Ian Weslek, John Wallace, Joe Wallace and Bruce Taplin after Shelter Island Country Club’s Tailgate Tournament on Sept. 8. The Wallaces took top honors, shooting a 36, edging Weslek and Taplin by one stroke.
Brothers Joe and John Wallace took the Shelter Island Country Club (SICC) at Goat Hill’s Tailgate Tourney into the end zone Sunday with a team score of 36.
Close behind, but no cigar, were Ian Weslek and Bruce Taplin, who finished second with a 37. Weslek also won closest to the pin on No. 5. He was the only golfer in the field to land the green. (more…)
News From Goat Hill: From tees to touchdowns
Teamwork is the operative word for Shelter Island Country Club’s (SICC) next tournament.
Just as NFL teams take the field for their season openers, SICC golfers will take to the course for the two-person team “Tailgate Tourney” on Sunday, Sept. 8. (more…)
COURTESY PHOTO A jubilant Pete Disch aced the fifth hole at Shelter Island Country Club at Goat Hill on July 3.
Pete Disch nailed a 6-iron off the tee on the 157-yard No. 5 to score the third hole-in-one of his golfing career, and his second ace at Shelter Island Country Club (SICC) at Goat Hill.
Disch, of Shelter Island, was playing on Wednesday, July 3 with this reliable golfing partner, Jack Cortner. “I hit it straight at the pin,” which was placed right center on the sloping left-to-right green, Disch said. (more…)