2720 Country Club Avenue
Helena, MT 59602
Helena’s premier golf facility offers 18 holes of golf as well as a sizable practice facility. One of the key features adding to the beauty of the course is the lack of residential development surrounding it. 10-Mile Creek traverses the entire length of the course allowing players to share this space with an abundance of wildlife. Although the Club is only a few minutes from town, you will feel like youre miles away.
Girls Gone Golfing
We are inviting you to come out and golf with us!
Are you a GMCC club member, but not a member of the Ladies Green Meadow Golf Association?
IT’S OK, you don’t have to be to play with us, any club member can play!!
Don’t have a handicap established yet?
IT’S OK, you can establish one with us.
Don’t know the rules of golf very well?
Well, very few of us do… but – IT’S OK, we will help you learn the rules and etiquette of golf.
Don’t want to play 18 holes all the time?
IT’S OK, every week some of us only play 9 holes.
Like to be around great friends and meet new ones?
WELL THEN JOIN US!!
If you are interested in learning more about our Green Meadow Ladies Golf Association contact President Mary Bryson, by emailing her here.
BEST AVERAGE NET: Best average net of all weekly scores
- 1st Marie Kall 74.4
- 2nd Jan Paulsen 74.75
BEST AVERAGE GROSS: Best average gross of all weekly scores
- 1st Andrea Tucker 87.25
- 2nd Mary Bryson 87.50
PAR OR LESS MOST OFTEN: 18-hole player who scored net par most often
- Linda Cockhill 3 Times
PUTTING AVERAGE: Best putting average for the entire season
- Tina Veroulis 32.625
LEAST PUTTS IN ONE ROUND:
- Linda Cockhill 27
MOST CHIP IN’S DURING THE SEASON: tie with 1 (drawing)
- June Briceno
- Caroline Doering
- Janet Lieberg
- Tina Veroulis
- Connie Ford 2
1st Mary Bryson 70
2ND Andrea Tucker 71
1ST Janet Lieberg 52
2nd Judy Flanders 53
MOST IMPROVED GOLFER: MaryAnn VanStrydonck
CLUB CHAMPION: Darah Newell
SENIOR CLUB CHAMPION: Tina Veroulis
Ladies final scramble and league play will be August 21st
Congratulations to Ladies Club Champion Darah Newell and Senior Club Champion Tina Veroulis
Congratulations to Connie Ford – low gross and Linda Lindsay low net at the Grannie Tournament
Congratulations to Lynn Snyder who placed first in her flight AND HAD A HOLE IN ONE!
Mary Ann VanStrydonck who also finished first in her flight. To Renee Driessen who placed third and Anna DeMars who played in the Amateur tournament and placed 7th overall.
2018 Ray Hunthausen Hole 9
July 13-14. 2018
The GMCC Ladies Association had another successful Hole 9 Fund Raiser, because of the generosity and volunteer work of its members. A special thank you goes to all morning and evening league women who volunteered their time and cookie donations toward this project.
The men were appreciative of the cookies, cold towels and water offered to them at the hole on both days. In turn, they were very generous with their donations.
On day one we netted $1,011 and on day two $920.00. The expenses were for towels, $23.64 and bananas $10.32. The towels can be used again, so I recommend that the association pay for them.
I would like to thank my co-chair, Connie Ford. Could not have done it without her assistance.
Tina Veroulis, Chair
Ladies League Calendar 2018
DATE DAY EVENT DESCRIPTION 24-Apr Tuesday SPRING FLING – Games, Wine Tasting, Great Food! 6 p.m. No Host appetizers; League Sign-up 1-May Tuesday League – Morning & Evening League Start: Scramble, Monthly Meeting
Morning: 9:00 a.m., 18 holes
Evening: 5:45 p.m., 9 holes
8-May Tuesday League 15-May Tuesday League 22-May Tuesday League 29-May Tuesday League 5-June Tuesday League – Scramble, Monthly Meeting Start of 9-hole Morning League! 10:00 a.m. June 12-15 Mon-Fri GMCC Junior Camp 12-Jun Tuesday League 19-Jun Tuesday League 26-Jun Tuesday
League – Scramble, Monthly Meeting
GOLF FOR A CURE
Women’s Cancer Fundraiser June 30-July 1 Sat-Sun Ray Hunthausen Junior Golf Classic Team Event Fundraiser 3-Jul Tuesday League Red, White, Blue Tournament 10-Jul Tuesday League July 12-14 Thurs-Sat GOLD RUSH – Member/Guest Hole #9 Fundraiser! 17-Jul Tuesday League 19-Jul Thursday Grannies Tournament AM Shotgun – 9 holes & lunch 24-Jul Tuesday League July 26-28 Thurs-Sat MSWGA WOMEN’S STATE TOURNAMENT Missoula Country Club 31-Jul Tuesday League – Scramble, Monthly Meeting Aug 4-5 Sat/Sun Club Championship All women welcome! 7-Aug Tuesday NO League – State Senior Tournament Course Closed Aug 11-12 Sat/Sun City Tournament Sat-BRGC/Sun-GMCC 14-Aug Tuesday LADIES INVITATIONAL Aug 18-19 Sat/Sun Gre-Bil Competition Sat-BRGC/Sun-GMCC 21-Aug Tuesday League Aug 25-26 Sat/Sun GMCC Member/Member Grab a Friend – Have FUN! 28-Aug Tuesday League – Scramble, Monthly Meeting
Year End Awards Luncheon
Evening Couples Event
Letter from the President
September Divot 2018
Wow! School’s started, Labor Day is over and that means a traditional end to the summer. However, given our unpredictable weather I expect we will be golfing well into the fall. The current weather this week has moved the smoke out of Helena so we can enjoy our Montana Indian Summer!
August was a very busy month for the ladies at Green Meadow. We enjoyed the Club Championship – congratulations to Darah Newell our club champion and to Tina Veroulis our Senior Club Champion. I will continue to encourage all ladies to participate in this event. The club puts together an enjoyable weekend for us all.
August continued with our annual Gre-Bil event. That’s where our ladies play a match play competition with the Bill Roberts ladies. Thanks to Jan Paulsen for putting the team and event together. We had a “pairings party” the week before to set up the team competitions. It was similar to the Ryder Cup event and was fun. I must report that we were able to pull out a victory with great play by our team. We retained the trophy so take a look in the trophy case to check it out.
Thank you to all the ladies that played in the Member/Member tournament. It was a great weekend at the course, and many thanks to Chef for the great meals! We had 10 women’s teams this year, and I had a good time playing with some ladies I haven’t played with before. What a great way to get to know other members!
We closed out our Ladies Morning League with our Awards Luncheon. I’ve attached the winners of our annual tournaments. Also, take a look at the Ringer Board posted in the Ladies Locker Room. It’s fun to see how we score on each hole and what our score would be if we just hit those scores each time we played! The Evening League closed out their summer with the annual Couples Chapman plus dinner. A fun time was had by all the participants! And the weather was great! Many thanks to Susan Lagerquist for all her efforts with Evening League!
I will keep looking for you on the golf course this fall and check out the website for the Rules Corner this winter for some more “Do you know your rules?” articles. I’ll keep you posted on the upcoming rules changes scheduled for January 2019.
Thanks for a great summer on the golf course!
Mary Bryson, President
The Rules Corner
Let’s start our discussion of the changes to the Rules of Golf by looking at rules related to a “Ball at Rest.” In 2019 the Rules will reflect the following change:
There will no longer be a penalty if you accidentally cause your ball to move on the putting green (Rule 13.1d). I know, some of you didn’t realize there was a penalty for the ball moving when you placed your marker down, or lifted it up, or even accidentally moved your ball when you took your stance, or took a practice swing on the green. No worries, with the adoption of the new rule, there is no longer a penalty. The USGA tells us that the reason for the change is that “when a ball moves while the player is doing nothing more than taking normal actions to prepare for a stroke, it can seem unfair for the player to be penalized.” I totally agree and am glad this change has been made. As Derek will tell us, “the shape, slope and condition of many putting greens today increase the chances that ball at rest on the putting green might move, and it can be difficult to determine whether a player caused the ball to move or whether the ball was moved by wind or other natural causes.” I find that true – especially on some of our greens (say #3 or #8).
That’s all for now – we’ll talk more next month!
- Morning League – 18 holes
- Dues $40 per season
- 8:30am arrival for 9am shotgun start.
- Lunch following 18 hole play.
- Sign-up in the women’s locker room by Monday, prior to Tuesdays play or call the ProShop if you are a late addition or cancellation. You can also sign up by emailing Patty Balhiser here.
- Evening League – 9 holes
- Dues $40 per season
- 5:30pm arrival for 5:45pm shotgun start.
- Dinner after 9 hole play is a no-host buffet.
- Signups for evening league can be made up to 4:00 on Tuesday by calling the Pro Shop, signing up in the locker room, or Emailing Susan Lagerquist here.
Here at Green Meadow, we love to encourage family fun. With various events and excellent family facilities everyone will be right at home.
With a restaurant that has an excellent menu for adults and kids, a pool for swimming and lounging, a fitness center to stay active, and even swim lessons for adults and children our club house is the place to be!
Served from 11 to Close Tuesday-Sunday
Salads and Wraps
Crispy iceberg lettuce, bacon bits, grape tomatoes, red onions and chunky blue cheese dressing
Ground beef, tomato, black olives, green onions, mixed greens and cheese
STEAK AND GORGONZOLA ~12
Romaine, tomato, red onion, grilled rib eye and gorgonzola with creamy red wine vinaigrette
BUFFALO OR CAESAR CHICKEN WRAP ~10
Bacon, greens, avocado, buffalo sauce and tomatoes, or a classic Caesar with grilled or crispy chicken and your choice of side
Caesar ~8, Garden ~8, and Central Park ~9 Salads are Always Available
Add Chicken, Shrimp or Salmon to Any Salad ~4
Sandwiches and Small Plates
~We Proudly Offer Hand Cut French Fries and Sweet Potato Fries
Sandwiches and hot dogs get choice of Fries, Sweet Fries, Onion Rings, Cottage Cheese, Fruit, Soup or Salad
FRENCH DIP ~13
Shaved Stone Ranch wagyu, toasted hoagie roll, caramelized onions, swiss cheese, and warm jus for dipping
GMCC PHILLY ~14
Shaved Stone Ranch wagyu, sautéed peppers and onions, GMCC Philly sauce and swiss cheese on a toasted hoagie
CORNED BEEF AND PASTRAMI ON RYE ~14
Stone Ranch wagyu corned beef and pastrami, caramelized onions, sauerkraut and swiss cheese with our house mustard piled high on toasted rye
SOURDOUGH CLUB ~11
Double decker ham, turkey, cheddar, bacon, lettuce and tomato with mayonnaise
House slaw and choice of Cuban-spiced chicken or steak piled high in double stacked tortillas and finished with cilantro oil
FISH AND CHIPS ~11
Hand battered Alaskan true cod with hand cut fries and homemade tartar sauce
Burgers, Chicken, and Dogs
We proudly serve 100% Montana Stone Ranch Wagyu and grind our burgers in house // Gluten Free Buns available
BUILD YOUR OWN BURGER ~11 OR CHICKEN SANDWICH~10
Extra cheese, sautéed mushrooms, pineapple, jalapenos $.50
Fried egg, Avocado or Bacon $.75
FRIED CHICKEN SANDWICH ~12
6 oz chicken breast beer-battered and deep fried served with a heaping portion of house slaw and ancho aioli
VEGAN / VEGETARIAN BURGER ~10
Hearty and delicious Beymeat brand veggie burger. Loaded with iron and protein // Gluten and soy free
WAGYU DOG ~8
1/4 lb wagyu hot dog with choice of side and garnish (Try it with our house mustard!)
CHICKEN TENDERS ~9
Crispy fried chicken tenders with a side of ranch
WAGYU SAUSAGE ~9
Upgrade your dog to a smoked jalapeno cheddar sausage for just a dollar more
Served 4:30 p.m. – Close Wednesday – Sunday
FETTUCINE ALFREDO ~16
Fettucine noodles coated in our rich, creamy house made alfredo sauce
WAGYU STROGANOFF ~19
Chunks of seared Stone Ranch wagyu beef, mushrooms, onions and fettucine noodles
Comes with vegetables and choice of side
CHICKEN POBLANO ~23
6 oz skin-on chicken breast with roasted poblano pepper and a pepper-jack cream sauce
CHICKEN PICCATA ~22
6 oz skin-on chicken breast seared to perfection and simmering in a rich lemon caper sauce
Comes with vegetables and choice of side
~ We Proudly Serve Montana’s Own Stone Ranch Wagyu ~
Feel free to add complimentary sautéed onions or mushrooms to your steak
SMOKED PEPPER SIRLOIN (8 OZ) ~25
1/2 pound center-cut wagyu sirloin seared to perfection in a hot cast iron and seasoned with rosemary and smoked black pepper
CAST-IRON BLACK ANGUS RIBEYE | 12oz ~30 | 16oz ~38| 20oz ~47
We’re keeping a classic for all of you Angus lovers out there. We sear it off in cast iron and season it with butter, garlic and rosemary.
FILET MIGNON ~36
Melt in your mouth 1/3 pound wagyu filet finished with rich, savory black truffle salt
WAGYU TOP SIRLOIN ROAST (FRI, SAT ONLY) 12oz ~33 | 16oz ~40
A decadent slab of meat, richer and juicier than prime rib. Served with jus and creamy horseradish
Seafood and Other Offerings
GARLIC AND HERB SALMON~24
6 oz salmon filet grilled off and finished with garlic and herb butter served with grilled lemon
10 oz bone in pork chop with sour cherry and cinnamon butter
Alaskan halibut crusted in savory potato chips and sour cream served with lemon caper aioli
House slaw and flaky Cuban-spiced exotic imported fish piled high into double stacked tortillas and finished with cilantro oil
Sides options are house cut French fries or sweet fries, baked potatoes, house chips, couscous, rice or red quinoa. Gluten free pasta and jasmine rice are available for substitution in all pasta dishes.