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…)
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The boys and girls cross country teams. Foreground, Madison Springer. Front row, from left, Daria Kolmogorova, Olivia Overstreet, Sophie Clark, Emma Gallagher, Kaitlyn Gulluscio, Michael Hand, Tyler Gulluscio and Jaxson Rylott. Back row, from left, Daniel Schulteis, Ariana Carter, Brandon Velasquez, Nicholas Mamisashvili, Theo Olinkiewicz, Jalill Carter, Pacey Cronin, Kal Lewis, Alberto Morales, Jason Green and Jonas Kinsey. Not pictured: Jennifer Fabian Santos and Domingo Gil.
On Tuesday, September 10, the Shelter Island varsity boys and girls cross country teams hosted Mattituck in their first league meet at the Shelter Island Country Club on Goat Hill. (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…)
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The Shelter Island Country Club’s clubhouse.
Several people were confused by a previous headline to this post that the country club was closing. It is not, and continues to go strong. The Reporter regrets any confusion caused by the headline.
The Shelter Island Country Club (SICC) board has been advised that a full story on Goat Hill will be aired on Channel 12 Long Island this weekend.
The episode, according to the SICC, will be on Saturday and Sunday at 10:30 a.m. and 6:30 p.m.
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…)