Wedgewood Happenings — 09.17.2018

by on Sep.17, 2018, under Happenings

Congratulations to the Wedgewood 2018 Club Champion, Tod Rose and Senior Champion Dave Davis.  The 2018 Super Senior Champion is Dick Lenardson.

Wedgewood Country Club held the first annual 18-Hole  Women’s Scramble Tournament Saturday, September 15th.    Participants attended from Cabool, Cherokee Village, Houston, Mountain Grove, Mountain View, Springfield, Thayer, West Plains and Willow Springs. Congratulations to Michele Myers and Bev Hicks, lst place Championship and Penny Reynolds and Virgina Morrow, 2nd place.   A-Flight winners were 1st place Carolyn Bunch and Sandra Hawkins, and 2nd place Jody Jarrett and Amber Raney.  Other prizes included CTP hole 2/11 Penny Reynolds; Longest Birdie Putt hole 3/12, Julie Lenardson; Longest Bogey Putt hole 4/13, Linda Moyer; CTP hole 5/14, Bev Hicks;  Closest 2nd Shot hole 6/15, Diane Schuster; CTP hole 7/16 Linda Benyo; CTP 3rd Shot hole 8/17, Wendy Willard and Longest Putt hole 9/18, Virgina Morrow.   Thank you to our hole prize sponsors:  Audrey Jett, Massage Therapist, Mountain Grove; Jodi Calus, Soft Touch Laser, Mountain Grove; Michele Myers, Michele’s U-Lock U Store LLC, Willow Springs; Miles James, Landmark Investments, Mountain View and Terry Newton, Shelter Insurance Agency, Willow Springs.   Thank you to Doug Jones, WWCC Board President, for providing the fried chicken for lunch and thanks to the Wedgewood ladies that provided sides, deserts and drinks.  Donna Jones decorated the tables in a green and white theme  including the Wedgewood vintage china.

Several local golfers from Cabool, Mtn. Grove, and Willow Springs traveled to Mtn Home, Arkansas Thursday, September 13th to play at Twin Lakes Golf Course in the Ladies League Annual Memorial Golf Tournament.   Congratulations to Michele Myers, Wedgewood member, and Bev Hicks, Willow Springs Thomas F. Benyo Municipal member, for placing 4th in Championship Flight out of 48 teams.

Men’s League results for September 4th include CTP winners Gary Maggard, hole 2; Jeremy Hannaford, hole 5 and David Walker, hole 7.  Skin winners were Trent Jones, hole 1 and Gary Maggard, hole 5.    David Walker and Levi West tied for 1st place.

The Wedgewood Fall Membership Special is available and for additional information please visit or call the proshop at 417.926.5374.   The course is green and beautiful and the temperature is warm but nice golfing weather.

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Wedgewood Happenings — 09.10.2018

by on Sep.10, 2018, under Happenings

Weather cancelled the annual club championship scheduled for Saturday and Sunday.  Stay tuned for the future date which will be announced shortly.

Please join us Saturday, September 15 for the Wedgewood Ladies Tournament an 18-Hole 2-Person Tournament starting at 9 AM.  The cost is $80 per team and rental carts are available ($15).   Flights and prizes will be based on the number of participants (60% payback) and additional hole prizes will be awarded.  Lunch and tournament results to follow play.

The evening league times –Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday — will be bumped up to 5:30 in hopes of finishing play before dark.   Fall is in the air and the Wedgewood grounds continue to be in excellent shape.  The leaves are beginning to fall and we invite you to come out and enjoy the beauty and the wonderful weather ahead.

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Wedgewood Happenings — 08.31.2018

by on Aug.31, 2018, under Happenings

Men’s League results Tuesday, August 14 includes CTP winners David Walker, hole 2; Gary Maggard, hole 5 and Trent Jones, hole 7.   Skin winners were John Cook, hole 1; Doug Jones, hole 4 and Shelby Gray, hole 6.  Congratulations to Shelby Gray, lst place and Kevin Clary, 2nd place.   Men’s League results Tuesday, August 21 CTP winners were Jeremy Raney, hole 2 and John Cook, holes 5 and 7.  Skin winners included Trent Jones, hole 1; Jeremy Raney, hole 3 and John Cook, hole 6.  Congratulations to Levi West, lst place and Kevin Clary and John Cook tied for 2nd place.  Congratulations to Philip Chafin, 1st place and Adam Howe, 2nd place on Tuesday, the 28th.  CTP winners were Doug Jones, hole 2; Ray Allen, hole 5 and Philip Chafin, hole 7.   Skin winners included Ray Allen, hole 4 and Doug Jones, hole 7.

The Ladies leagues continue to play Monday mornings and Wednesday evenings and the Friday C&D League continues to play as participants schedules and weather permits.  Come join us Mondays at 9:30 AM and Wednesdays and Fridays at 6 PM.  Jody Jarrett will be leading a team event Wednesday, September 5th at 6 p.m.  She will be showing the ladies the “big” game a traditional Wedgewood golf game.

Upcoming Wedgewood events include the annual Club Championship event Saturday and Sunday, September 8 and 9.   The Wedgewood Ladies Tournament will be held Saturday, September 15th at 9 AM.

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Wedgewood Happenings — 08.20.2018

by on Aug.20, 2018, under Happenings

During National Golf Month in August, golfers are encouraged to share their experience and bring new golfers to the game.  Be a mentor to a new golfer.  Introduce them to the fairway and the hazards.  Help them keep score and don’t be too rough.  They might be a little green, but at the end of the month they just might be on par! (

Monday Women’s League participates played a one-person scramble and Donna Jones finished first place; Jackie Smith second place and Jeanette Hale 3rd place.  Donna had CTP on hole 2 and Jackie had CTP on hole 5.  Wednesday Women’s League was cancelled due to the weather but everyone is very thankful for the much needed rain.  The ladies had varying rainfall reports with 3 inches in Mtn. Grove to 1 inch near Cabool.

Dick and Julie Lenardson finished in 1st place during the Friday Cat & Dog and Marty Todd and Michele Myers finished 2nd.   Dick had CTP on hole 5 and Donna Jones had CTP on hole 7.   This league will soon need the time bumped up to finish before dark.

I learned a new golf term last weekend — greenie.  While playing in a tournament at Marshfield, Ted Noirfalise said I had a greenie which I had never heard the term.  A greenie is a closest to the pin on a par 3 hole within the group you are playing with.  Greenies are a side game added to existing games or played by itself.

Saturday, August 25th is the 3rd annual Cabool Kiwanis Tournament at Wedgewood with tee times at 8:30 AM and 1:30 PM.  Cost is $80 per team and includes lunch, soda and water.  Rental carts are available.   For additional information or to sign up to play contact Jeremy Hannaford at Cabool People’s Community Bank at 417.962.3168.

The Wedgewood course is in great shape and we hope you can find time to visit Wedgewood and enjoy a round of golf.  Wedgewood also has a driving range and a putting green areas.    The clubhouse is open from 8 AM till 7 PM Tuesday through Sunday.  To reach the proshop, call 417.926.5374.


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Wedgewood Happenings — 08.13.2018

by on Aug.12, 2018, under Happenings

The Wedgewood new member fall special is in effect.  New members can join for $525 and this price includes full family membership till April 1, 2020. For additional information contact the proshop at 417.926.5374.

WWCC hosted the 6th Annual Mountain Grove Area Community Foundation of the Ozarks Golf Tournament and Sweet Summer Soiree Saturday, August 11.  Saturday was a hot day with the temperature at 90 degrees but with occasional breezes, lots of fluids and by seeking shade 28 teams participated and enjoyed the fun hole games throughout the day.  Congratulations to Championship winners Derrick Shelton, Houston and Wendy Willard, Willow Springs.  Also, congratulations to Wedgewood members Michele Myers and Marty Todd A-Flight winners.

Dick Lenardson won 1st place in Men’s League Tuesday, August 7 and Trent Jones finished  2nd place.  CTP winners were John Cook, hole 2, Trent Jones, hole 5 and Todd Ferguson, hole 7.  Skin winners were Doug Jones, hole 4, Trent Jones, hole 5 and Dick Lenardson, hole 9.

The team of Jackie Smith and Mary Auen won 1st place in Ladies League Monday, August 6.  Jackie and Mary were on a roll — Jackie had CTP on hole 2 and Mary had CTP on hole 5.

Just a few more weeks for members to enjoy the Wedgewood pool this season.  These hot summer days of August are a great time to relax in the pool.

Mark your calendar for the 3rd Annual Cabool Kiwanis Tournament to be held at Wedgewood, Saturday August 25  with tee times available at 8 AM and 1 PM.  To register contact Jeremy Hannaford at Peoples Community Bank at 417.962.3168.

Donations are being accepted to cover expenses on the #8 cart path project.  Thank you to River Rock Redi-Mix for payment flexibility.  Anyone interested may leave a donation at the proshop or with a board member.  Donations can be mailed to WWCC, PO Box 73, Cabool, MO  65689.




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Wedgewood Happenings — 08.06.2018

by on Aug.05, 2018, under Happenings

Wedgewood is hosting the 6th Annual Community Foundation Golf Tournament Saturday, August 11.  Tee times are available at 8 AM and 1 PM.   The Sweet Summer Soiree dinner and auction will be held at 6 PM on the lawn.   To register to golf or to attend the dinner contact Kim Norris at American Family Insurance at 417.926.3446 or 417.926.2104.

The Monday Ladies Group had a treat this week.  June Szody-Gantner, LPGA Class “A” Retired Member,  instructed a session on golf technique and also led a session Sunday morning.  We appreciate her great instruction skills and donation of her time.

Congratulations to Julie Lenardson, 1st place in Wednesday evening ladies league.  Jackie Smith won 2nd place.  Julie had CTP on hole 2 and Donna Jones had CTP on holes 5 and 7.   The beautiful sunset was picturesque  — huge, bright orange sun with cloud coverage making some pretty blue, pink and red hues.

Men’s League results July 31 include CTP winners Gary Maggard, hole 2; Jim Perry, hole 5 and Jeremy Raney, hole 7.   Congratulations to Tony Courtney, 1st place.  Doug Jones and Shelby Gray tied for 2nd place.

Friday Cat & Dog Championship winners were June and John Gantner and A-Flight winners were Barbara Tate and David Walker.  June had CTP on hole 2 and David CTP on hole 7.

The chestnut tree on hole 6 is loaded with nuts this year.  You will not want to go barefoot in the area of the tree because the nuts are very prickly. Also, a few walnut and hickory nuts are already falling possible due to dry weather.  We are in dire need of rain at Wedgewood  for the trees, grasses, shrubs and ponds.

Have a great golfing week and come visit Wedgewood.

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Wedgewood Happenings — 07.30.2018

by on Jul.30, 2018, under Happenings

The Wedgewood annual Cat & Dog was held Saturday and Sunday, July 28-29.  The weather was beautiful for a golf tournament.  Saturday temperatures were in the 80’s and Sunday morning was cool with temps in the 60’s and foggy making it a little difficult to see the pins at 8 AM.  Around 11 we had a light sprinkle not even stopping play and around 2 a short, light rain shower and the annual event ended with a beautiful afternoon with temperatures in the 70’s and sunny.  A big thank you to our cash sponsors — Dr. Steve and Joan Hawkins of Cabool, Jack McGownd Auto Sales in Mtn Grove, Amy Moore ANPAC Agent Springfield, Missouri, Michele’s U-Lock U-Store LLC  at Willow Springs and Steven Gum State Farm Agent, Mtn Grove.   Thanks to the following for providing gift certificates:  WPCC Golf Course, North Terra Golf Course (WP Municipal), Randle-Hinkle Municipal Golf Course, Willow Springs  Thomas F Benyo Municipal Course,  Hatti B’s Boutique, Time For You Massage LLC, Kaye Beth Litty and Cabool Subway.

Congratulations to the following 2018 Cat & Dog winners Championship Flight 1st place, Doug Jones, Cabool and June Gantner, Phoenix and 2nd place, Carl and Beverly Hicks, Willow Springs.  A-Flight 1st place, Marty Todd, Mtn Grove and Michele Myers, Willow Springs and 2nd place, Doug and Donna Jones, Cabool.  B Flight 1st place, Ted Noirfalise, Cabool and Jody Jarrett, Cabool and 2nd place, Carl Hicks, Willow and Carolyn Bunch, Mtn. Grove.  C Flight 1st place Kevin Clary, Cabool and Donna Jones, Cabool and 2nd place Dick and Julie Lenardson, Mtn. Grove.

Other C&D winners were CTP hole 2  Saturday Doug Jones and Michele Myers and Sunday Jordan Noirfalsie and June Gantner.  CTP hole 5 Saturday Dick Lenardson and Amber Raney and Sunday Jim Taylor and June Gantner.  Closest 2nd shot hole 6 Saturday Jeremy Randy 8′ 8″  and Sunday Harry Linton 4′ 10″.   CTP hole 7 Saturday  Rex Replogle and Carolyn Bunch and Sunday Jeremy Raney and June Gantner.    Longest Putt on hole 9  Saturday Amber Raney, 13′ 9″  and Sunday Tonya Skyles 7′ 9″.

The #8 cart path project is complete.  Thank you, thank you to Courtney Excavating (Tony Courtney) and crew for donating their time to complete this much needed project.   We ask that you do not drive on or hit in the freshly seeded areas.  Thank you members that donated to the concrete purchase  — Michele Myers, Marty Todd, Doug and Donna Jones, Sonny “Fred” Morris, Jeremy and Amber Raney, Jack and Alberta McGownd, Todd Rose, Ted and Kathy Noirfalsie, Reid Blaker, Jordan Noirfalsie, Jerry and Marilyn Dennis, Steve and Joan Hawkins, Martin and Mary Beth Kaps,  Big Game Fund, Charlie and Gayla Blackwell, Randy and Jody Jarrett, Terry and Beverly Matherly, Brent Cain, Kevin Clary and Warren and Donna Taylor.  Thank you, Community First Bank for your donation.   We are continuing to accept donations and currently we have $2540 collected toward the concrete purchase.

Women’s League results for Monday, July 23 included 1st place winner, Donna Jones; 2nd place team Mary Beth Kaps and Jeanette Hale and 3rd place Alicia Biffle and  Freda Proctor.  Freda had CTP on hole 5. Holes 2 and 7 will be a carryover.  Wednesday results  included first place team Jeanette Hale and Mary Beth Kaps.   CTP winners were hole 2, Mary Beth Kaps; hole 5 June Gantner and hole 7 Donna Jones.

A large turnout for men’s league Tuesday, July 24 and congratulations to Levi West, 1st place winner.   There was a 3-way tie for second place between Trent Jones, Philip Chafin and Jim Perry.   CTP winners were Gary Maggard, hole 2; Shelby Gray, hole 5 and Trent Jones, hole 7.   Skin winners included John Cook, hole 1; David Walker, hole 2; Levi West hole 3; Jeremy Hannaford, hole 4 and Kevin Clary, hole 7.

Come visit Wedgewood Country Club — our little piece of paradise.

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Wedgewood Happenings — 07.23.2018

by on Jul.22, 2018, under Happenings

Wedgewood annual Cat & Dog Tournament will be Saturday and Sunday, July 28 and 29th.  Tee times are available for 8 AM and 1 PM both days.  You can play multiple sessions with a different partner.  Cost is $80 per team and includes lunch.  Flights and prizes will be determined by the number of entries and hole prizes will be awarded both days including men’s and women’s.   Rental carts are available and to sign up visit the proshop or call 417.926.5374 and choose your starting hole.

Congratulations to Adam Howe 1st place winner in Men’s League Monday, July 17th.  Congratulations to Jim Perry and Jeremy Raney who tied for 2nd place.  CTP winners include Travis Lunbeck, hole 2; Kyle Wake, hole 5 and Jeremy Raney, hole 7.  The lone skin winner was Kyle Wake on hole 1.

Friday evening Cat & Dog winners included Championship Flight John and June Gantner, 1st place and Doug and Donna Jones, 2nd place.  A-Flight winners were Frank and Freda Proctor and David Walker and Barbara Tate, 2nd place.   Tyler Hyde had CTP on hole 2 and Janay Reese, CTP on hole 7.

Please join the Women’s League  Mondays at 9:30 AM and Wednesdays at 6 PM. Non members can play in any WW league for $5 entry fees.  Also, children 12 and under can play for free after 5 PM with a member or green fee golfer.

Thank you to Jim Jackson, member, for donating an antique putter which is displayed in the entry way.   Also, thank you to members Charlie Blackwell and Kelly Lowe for ditch maintenance.   The #8 cart path project is underway and a big thank you to Tony Courtney, member, and crew for donating their time to complete this much needed project. Donations to purchase materials are still being accepted as we are a little short.


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Wedgewood Happenings — 07.16.2018

by on Jul.16, 2018, under Happenings

Congratulations to Jeremy Hannaford, 1st place winner and Adam Howe, 2nd place in Men’s League July 3rd.  Adam also won CTP on hole 2 and Jeremy won CTP on hole 7.   Other winners include CTP Jackson Raney, hole 5 and Frank Proctor won a skin on hole 6.   Men’s League July 10th included Kevin Clary, 1st place and Levi West, 2nd place. Kevin also had skin winners on holes 6 and 7 and CTP on hole 7.  Other CTP winners were Trent Jones, hole 2 and John Cook, hole 5.

Women’s League numbers and C&D participants have been small the past couple weeks.  Several members have been on vacation, busy with family activities or the heat has kept them inside.   Monday, July 2nd Women’s League winners were Mary Beth Kaps and Jackie Smith.  Jackie had MOPs (My Own Par) on holes 4, 6 and 7 and CTP on hole 5.  Mary Beth had CTP on hole 2.   Wednesday evening July 11th Ladies winner was Julie Lenardson.  Jeanette Hale had CTP on hole 2 and Mary Beth Kaps had the longest putt on hole 9.

Wedgewood is happy to have Jeanette Hale as a new proshop volunteer this season.   Jeanette is new to golf and exited about playing.  Jeanette retired from Cabool Elementary School with 29 years of teaching service in preschool, kindergarten and second grade.  Jeanette’s husband is JT Hale, Technical Center Director at Mtn Grove Schools.  Jeanette’s greatest love is her family of three children — Trevor, a teacher and coach at Reed Springs; Nicole, a graduate student in Physical Therapy at SBU and Curtis, a student at MSU.

Doug and I recently played the Keystone Colorado River Course.  This is a challenging course with its many bunkers and water hazards.  Several mountain holes make for interesting elevation changes and beautiful overlooks including Lake Dillon and Snake River.  A couple years ago Doug played the adjoining Keystone Ranch Course which makes this public complex a 36-hole golf course.

Lots of golfing opportunities are scheduled for the next couple months.  The Ryder Cup Matches will be held July 21-22 at Ava.  The Wedgewood annual C&D Tournament will be held July 28-29.   The Community Foundation 2-Person Scramble is scheduled at Wedgewood August 11.  The 3rd annual  Cabool Kiwanis Tournament at Wedgewood is August 25th.  A new event this year at Wedgewood is the Ladies Tournament September 15th.

We are hoping for cooler temperatures and for some much needed rain this week.  Happy Golfing!


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Wedgewood Happenings — 07.02.2018

by on Jul.02, 2018, under Happenings, Uncategorized

Men’s League results for Tuesday, June 19 include CTP winners Gary Maggard, holes 2 and 5 and Trent Jones, hole 7.  Doug Jones won skins on holes 6 and 9.  Congratulations David Walker on your 1st place win and Gary Maggard 2nd place.

Monday Women’s League results were 1st place team Jeanette Hale and Jackie Smith. Both of these ladies also had CTPs — Jackie, hole 2 and Jeanette, hole 7.  Hole 5 CTP will be a carryover.   Congratulations to Alicia Biffle for her first MOP (my own par) on hole 2.   Wednesday Women’s League results were  1st place June Gantner and Donna Jones.  CTP winners were Jackie Smith, hole 5; Mary Beth Kaps, hole 7 and hole 2 will be a carry over.

Friday C&D winners were Championship Flight Marty Todd and Michele Myers and A-Flight winners were John and June Gantner.  CTP winners hole 5 June and hole 7 Frank Proctor.

Wedgewood hosted the first Cabool Alumni Golf Tournament and silent auction with proceeds going to the Cabool Elementary Bathroom Renovation Fund (FLUSH Fund).  Friday, June 29th was a hot, humid day but thirty-two golfers endured the heat wave to participate.  Congratulations to Championship winners Roger Tune/Shelton; 2nd place  Carl Tune/Haynes and 3rd place Premer/Altermatt.   A-Flight 1st place Unger/Tate; 2nd place Schutz/Kutz and 3rd place Baker/Holmes.   Longest drive winners Derrick Shelton and Roger Tune.  CTP winners men’s, Bill Altermatt and women’s, Sherri Unger.   Thank you Mary Beth Kaps for cleaning and readying carts for the tournament.  Thank you Cathy (White) Stapp for manning the proshop during the tournament.  Thanks to Jody Jarrett and Ted Noirfalise for flighting the tournament and determining the winners.

Mark your calendar for the Cat & Dog 18-Hole Scramble at Wedgewood July 28-29.

Wedgewood summer hours are Tuesday through Sunday 8 a.m. till 7 p.m.  Wedgewood has range balls available to purchase.   Come visit Wedgewood and play a round or sit in the shade and enjoy the beautiful views.

“Take Pleasure, Not in the Score, But in the Game.”  Bobby Jones 1902-1971 Co-founder of The Masters Tournament in 1934


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