Miles City Town & Country Club
Volume 1, Number 7
4th of July Family Fun Day
7/27-Wacker Relay for Life
8/4-Bud Light Tourney
Contact us at
727 South 4th Street
PO Box 667
Miles City, MT 59301
James Elliott, General Manager
Pat Wiseman, Assistant Manager
Board of Directors:
Jon Harris, President
Sterling Swigart, Vice President
Annette Herman, Treasurer
Carol Bean, Secretary
EM: office @milescitytcc.com
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Another Cowtown Roundup is in the books, signaling the official start to summer. Rain wreaked havoc Friday of Cowtown but the course soaked up the water for a great finish to the weekend. The 2018 Cowtown ended in historic fashion, Derek Parker and his guest, Willie Atkinson, won both the low net and low gross trophies this year. That is the first time that feat has been achieved in Cowtown Roundup history. A special thanks to James, Pat, Brian as well as the pro shop, bar, restaurant, and janitorial staff for doing such a great job. Thanks to Rick and Ashytn for assisting with the complex scoring for the Cowtown Roundup. Thanks to the Women’s Association and other volunteers for running the Eye Openers and the 50/50 on Friday and Saturday.
Also a huge thanks to the greens crew for dealing with cotton, storms, sticks, and everything else and getting the course in to great playing condition every day despite the elements. That being said, the club has hired a greens superintendent as Scott Woodhead returns to the course for a 2nd stint as greens keeper. Scott had held the position previously from 1982-1988. There will be an event to welcome Scott in July. Scott is set to begin in the first week of July.
With all the rain thus far in June, the Town & Country Club course is really filling in from the rough winter and getting very green! Now that summer has started, get out to the course for all of our golf, dining, and lounge events.
Chase Tait, League & Tournament Chair
We would like to thank all the wonderful members, board members, staff, and friends for their volunteer efforts in getting our course ready for the season.
It truly takes an army of volunteers to accomplish such tasks as: purchasing flowers, greens, planting, weeding, watering, assisting with the bunker sand, helping with machinery, spraying weeds, fertilizing, picking up twigs and fallen trees, and painting. Thanks to Shawn Niedge and the boys from Pine Hills for cleaning up after a huge wind storm.
Thanks for everyone that volunteered their time during Cowtown to make and sell Eye Openers at Snowflake and sell 50/50 chances. The $956 collected goes to the Ladies Association and will be directed to the purchase of an ice machine. The Club is accepting any donations from others to help offset the cost of the ice maker.
We would like to name and thank each one of you personally, but we also know we would probably inadvertently forget to mention someone and would feel bad.
Thanks to all that participated and contributed.
Annette Herman, Treasurer
Congratulations, Kevin Zeng!!
Impressive 18 holes for a 64
As quoted by Kevin:
“Short game is my best. I’m one chip, one putt most times.”