What’s Happening?

Check out this special notice from the Pro Shop regarding Pro Shop hours and starting times in October:

Welcome aboard to new member Larry Johnston and family!

The 2016 Oakcreek Club Championship results are shown below. Congratulations winners!

Godspeed and RIP, Arnie!

Congratulations to the first place winners in the 2016 Presidents Cup Tournament, and a special salute to Ron Graham, the overall Presidents Cup Champion, with the lowest net score:

Flight One Gordie Garvey
Flight Two Ron Graham
Flight Three Mark Elder
Flight Four Jack Craig

Here are some photos from the Sedona Marine Corps League’s 9th Annual Charity Golf Tournament with big salute to Lloyd Dellacort:

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Here’s a photo of the Rejects taken Thursday, August 25:

Rejects Aug 2016


The OCCMGA is pleased to welcome Mike Smith, the new proprietor of  Redstone Bar and Grill, effective August 11, 2016. Mike is also the owner of the Olde Sedona Family Restaurant & Grill in Sedona.

The next OCCMGA board meeting will be Thursday, November 3, 2016, at 4pm in the VOCA Community Center Conference room. All OCCMGA board meetings are open to the public, and some say they are “the most exciting 60 minutes in golf.


4 thoughts on “What’s Happening?

  1. Thanks for posting this tribute to Les Sorrell. I played golf with him for 15 years, and he was a good friend. George Nohalty

  2. I considered Les a friend AND a fun golfing partner at OCC for many years.
    I kept in touch with him via emails (yes, even at his advanced age he still enjoyed my jokes and sent mesages in reply) and that continued until shortly before he passed.
    A class man, a good friend to all in the Men’s Club and someone who will be remembered.

    Joe Mazza

  3. Dave Whisner and Jim Bedore are doing a super job. I think they should be required to remain in present positions for the next 15 years. If still alive, I will be 97 and will not care if they leave at that time.

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