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Club Championship Qualifiers — Tee Times for Saturday, 19-Aug

Posted on Aug 17, 2017 |

There were 4 or less entrants for each of the Ladies' Club Championship flights, so there are no ladies qualifying rounds this weekend. There were only 15 entrants for the Men's Championship flight, so all move onto the match play portion next weekend (plus defending champ Jim Scorse); however, qualifying is still required this weekend in order to determine the 2-16 seeds (Scorse is the #1 seed).  Following are tee times for all of the Men's...

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9-n-Dine, Glo Ball event

Posted on Aug 15, 2017 |

Our next 9-n-Dine will be a Glo-Ball event... on Friday, 18-Aug. Cocktails start at 5:30 Buffet dinner at 6:30 Glo-Ball golf after...

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Sad news — Dick Yaw has passed

Posted on Aug 7, 2017 |

It is with heavy hearts that we report that longtime SCC member, Past President and Distinguished Senior Member Dick Yaw has passed away. The following is copied from The Batavian: Mr. Richard Bret “Dick” Yaw of The Villages, Fla., age 82, longtime Batavia resident, passed away peacefully on Tuesday, July 25, 2017 under the care of Cornerstone Hospice in The Villages, Florida following a brief illness. Mr. Yaw was born Nov. 18, 1934, in West Seneca, the son of the late Charles Yaw and Ruth Woodard Yaw. Dick is preceded in death by his beautiful daughter, Mary Patricia Yaw in 1996. Surviving are his loving wife of 62 years, Maryann “Mame” Yaw; his loving children, Kathleen Yaw of Aledo, Illinois, Todd (Amy) Yaw of Maitland, Florida and Margaret (James) Fasano of Batavia; six grandchildren, Douglas (Holly) Lamkin, Nathan Lamkin, Bret (Elizabeth) Yaw, Chelsea Yaw, Benjamin (Kimberly) Fasano and Jenna (Kevin) Arroyo; six great-grandchildren, Sydney, Cooper and Harper Lamkin, Addison and Jonah Arroyo and William Fasano; two sisters, Carol (Richard) Smith of Lakeland, Florida and Charlene (Monroe) Kuhlkin of Spencerport; along with several nieces and nephews. A graduate of West Seneca High School in 1952 and Erie Community College in 1954, Dick and his family moved to Batavia in 1963 when he took a position with Graham Manufacturing. He would eventually leave the company to pursue other interests in metallurgy and after many successful years in the field, he retired from Q.I.S. in 2006. A diehard Buffalo Bills fan, Dick enjoyed many seasons alongside his “crew” from the “fan van” and had continued hope for a winning season until the end. An avid golfer, Dick was a lifelong member of Stafford Country Club where he served as the club president during the late ‘80’s. Dick also enjoyed bowling, fishing with his family in Quebec and baseball. A lover of “his” New York Yankees, he was a standout third baseman while in college. A longtime member of St. Mary’s Church, Dick was active in his community serving as a city councilman in the late 1970’s, coaching little league and was a supporter of the YMCA. A true lover of life, Dick...

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