Cinnabar Hills Maximum Score ILN

June 28, 2021
Atop of Cinnabar Hills

Summer is here and we could feel it at Cinnabar Hills just 35 miles south of Baylands Golf Links. Peacefully tucked in and around the hills, Cinnabar Hills Golf Club blends championship-caliber golf with spectacular views. San Jose's first public course to open in 30 years was designed by award-winning architect John Harbottle III. Each hole has been crafted to maintain the natural slope of the area and to protect the wildlife residing here. Hundreds of old oaks were incorporated into the layout and seedlings from those oaks were nurtured and planted to further enhance the landscape. Home to three nine-hole layouts, we played Canyon & Lake which boasts a slope rating of 142 from the Hawk tees. To put that into context, Baylands Golf Links has a slope rating of 125 from the Black tees and 110 from the White tees. Which means Cinnabar Hills Golf Club is no joke of a course and players need to come prepared both mentally and physically.

Flight 1 was held down with a two-stroke lead by Tomoyuki Oe after finishing the day with a net 73 (+1) and earning 55 TOC points and $50. Christopher Waller and Nicholas Huetteman both put together wonderful rounds of 75 (+3) to share 2nd place and $35 & 40 TOC points. 4th place was secured with a net 76 (+4) by Richard Greene and he will happily collect $20 & 25 TOC points. 5th place was a three-way tie between Sean Guzman, John Driver, Brett Van buskirk after they posted a net 79 (+7) for the day.

Flight 2 winner, Michael Waller gets to take home $50 and 55 TOC points after his net 75 (+3). 2nd place goes to Jack Simpson after he posted a net 78 (+6). Keith Arends not far behind, finished his day with a net 79 (+7) and takes home 3rd place, $30, and 30 TOC points. Paolo Resmini got his 25 TOC points and $20 after he finished with a net 80 (+8) for 4th place. Peter Mcnamara, Rafael Carmona Toscano, and Buzz Ogren tied for 5th place, and got thier piece of the pie, for 11 TOC points.

Flight 3 was home to the lowest net score of the day. Ray Coler had an excellent day, and the only net below par, to take 1st place with his net 70 (-2). Samuel Yu was able to hold off the competition with his net 74 (+2) and take home 2nd place and 45 TOC points. Lou Sehl finsihed the day with a net 77 (+5) to win 3rd place and his share of the TOC pot of 35 points. 4th place goes to Robert Gaffney for finishing with a net 78 (+6). Trevor Heathorn and Darien Arends split 5th place after they both finished with a net 81 (+9).

Flight 1
Place Players Net Score Purse Points
1 Tomoyuki Oe 73 (+1) $50 55
T2 Christopher Walker 75 (+3) $35 40
T2 Nicholas Huetteman 75 (+3) $35 40
4 Richard Greene 76 (+4) $20 25
T5 Sean Guzman 79 (+7) $5.33 11
T5 John Driver 79 (+7) $5.33 11
T5 Brett Van buskirk 79 (+7) $5.33 11
8 Steven Guzman 80 (+8) $0 5
9 Weston Rockers 83 (+11) $0 5
10 William Wei 84 (+12) $0 5
T11 Douglas Marinkovich 87 (+15) $0 5
T11 John Tellis 87 (+15) $0 5
T13 Andrew Clauson 90 (+18) $0 5
T13 Brede Kolsrud 90 (+18) $0 5
Flight 2
Place Players Net Score Purse Points
1 Michael Waller 75 (+3) $50 55
2 Jack Simpson 78 (+6) $40 45
3 Keith Arrends 79 (+7) $30 35
4 Paolo Resmini 80 (+8) $20 25
T5 Peter Mcnamara 82 (+10) $5.33 11
T5 Rafael Carmona Toscano 82 (+10) $5.33 11
T5 Buzz Ogren 82 (+10) $5.33 11
T8 Prabhat Behera 83 (+11) $0 5
T8 Stephen Mikulic 83 (+11) $0 5
10 Joel Onodera 84 (+12) $0 5
T11 Sarang Kirpekar 85 (+13) $0 5
T11 Yu Ng 85 (+13) $0 5
13 Ross Erickson 87 (+15) $0 5
Flight 3
Place Players Net Score Purse Points
1 Ray Coler 70 (-2) $50 55
2 Samuel Yu 74 (+2) $40 45
3 Lou Sehl 77 (+5) $30 35
4 Robert Gaffney 78 (+6) $20 25
T5 Trevor Heathorn 81 (+9) $8 13
T5 Darien Arends 81 (+9) $8 13
7 Ken Arends 83 (+11) $0 5
8 Jack Woods 86 (+14) $0 5
9 Gordon Cole 89 (+17) $0 5
10 Chuck Pickett 90 (+18) $0 5
11 Creighton Pockalny 91 (+19) $0 5
12 Navid Chowdhury 94 (+22) $0 5
13 Gary Pruitt 94 (+27) $0 5