CLUBHOUSE MANAGER: Scott Klindt
GROUNDS MANAGER: Tim Faulk
Challenge Your Game!
Take advantage of establishing a handicap. A handicap is a great way to see where your game is and challenge yourself every time you tee it up. For example if you have a handicap index of 8.2, find the handicap equivalency sheet and see what how many strokes you get at the course you are playing that day.
You can apply this two ways. First way, would be to add that on the top of the par. In saying that, here at Cameron Golf Club a 8.2 plays to a 9 handicap so the par for the day will be 81. The other way would be to take those 9 shots and apply one to the 9 hardest holes. That would mean, number 6 at Cameron Golf Club which is the hardest hole on the course would now be a par 6 instead of a par 5. You would then do this for the next 8 hardest holes.
This is only effective if you keep your handicap up to date. So take advantage of this by turning in your scores every time that you play to get the most accurate handicap.
(Note: This service is available for a fee of $25 per golfer, per season.)
It is the mission of the Board of Directors of the Cameron Veterans’ Memorial Golf Club, Inc., to provide a positive and satisfying golf experience to members and guests.
It is the Board’s vision to improve Cameron Veterans’ Memorial Golf Club to better serve the community of Cameron and the industry of golf. We promote respect, honesty, integrity, and personable and friendly services to enhance the game of golf.
The fruit of golf as it is rooted in Cameron Veterans’ Memorial Golf Club is love, joy, peace,
long suffering, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness, self-control.
“The fruit of the spirit Is love, joy, peace, long suffering, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness, self-control. Against such there is no law.” – Ref: Galatians 5:22-23
2022 BOARD OF DIRECTORS
President: David Klindt
Vice-President: Travis Curtis
Treasurer: Nancy Skidmore
Secretary: Becky Kelderman
Members: Travis Gentry, Jake Bates, Tammy West
Revised bylaws were voted in by members at the spring meeting held Thursday, 4/23/15, and adopted by the Board of Directors at their monthly meeting on Sunday, 4/26/15.