SIR 102 Golf Club

Our Mission Statement
The Sons In Retirement (SIR) golf program is designed to ensure that Branch 102 golfers enjoy the game at whatever level they wish. No pressure, just fun and fellowship in the true spirit of the grand old game, a game that has allowed us for years to reinforce the mission statement of our San Juan SIR, “promoting the independence and dignity of retirement.”
Golf is an individual game that reinforces the basic values of our Mission Statement almost every time we play. It develops and requires:
• Integrity
• Patience
• Mental & Physical Discipline
• Consideration for others
• Camaraderie and fellowship with your brother SIR.
At the same time it provides the joy of individual accomplishment and personal bests.
Enjoy the game, see you on the course, and at our age a slow back-swing shouldn’t be a problem!

From The Golf Club Chairman

GOLF CHAIRMAN: Don Wagner (967-1124) email:

Our first overnight golf trip to Greenhorn Creek is officially underway with the release of our flier in February. We’ll take the
initial signups at the March meeting and the final time to signup will be at the April meeting. You can always signup by contacting
Max or Jim directly (see flier) but we‘ll need the final count by our April 12th meeting. We had a great turnout last year and
expect the same this year. Remember, although it’s a SIR event you are welcome to brings wife’s and friends who have an
NCGA handicap. If you need an exception, please talk to us before signing up. Check out the flier!
It’s great to see so many new members joining us this year. One of the reasons we have a scramble or similar format once a
month is to give us all a chance to get to enjoy the company of guys we may not have met. It’s also nice to see so many guys
helping our TD Don Kruse at the signups. A good start to another great year for our SIR golf club.
We will have our golf meeting in March immediately following our quest speaker. Hope you can join us.
GOLF: “A game in which a ball one and a half inches in diameter is placed on ball 8,000 miles in diameter . The object is to hit
the small ball but not the larger”
John Cunningham



From The Tournament Director

Golf Board of Directors

Office Name Email Phone
Golf Chairman Don Wagner  
Tournament Director Don Kruse  
Assistant Tournament Director Pat Dwyer    
Assistant Tournament Director Mike Anderson    
Assistant Tournament Director Bob Blake    
Handicap Chairman Jim Reese  
Secretary Dick Gaspari      
Assistant Secretary R. L. Prather    
Treasurer Steve Green    
Assitant Treasurer      
Overnighter Coordinator Max Kinsey