Last TWO Chapmans of the Season!

When: September 8 and 22
Shotgun start at 5:30pm

Cost: $60 per couple. This price includes green fee, cart fee, dinner, and payout.  Do not need an official handicap to play.

Call the Golf Shop to Sign Up at 208-362-8897!

When: September 22 and 23
– 2 day stroke play event
– Tee times starting at 8am both days

When: Every Wednesday through September
Make your own tee time starting at 4pm

Schedule:
August 29 – Chicago
September 5 – Flags
September 12 –  One Man Scramble
September 19 – Modified Stableford
September 26 – Stroke play

Check out our Driving Range Cards at Falcon Crest Golf Club! This year, we are happy to offer another range option. In addition to the Large Bucket Cards we’ve always had, we have now added an X-Large Bucket Card!

Skip the hassle of calling. Book your tee time online at no additional cost.

Sunday, August 26th

Two Man Alternating Format

Tee times are 10am to 12pm

Please set your tee time when signing up!

Entry fee is $100 Per Team ($50 per guy) – carts NOT INCLUDED
7-stroke maximum handicap spread between partners

Holes 1-6 are two-man chapman format
Holes 7-12 are two-man alternate shot format
Holes 13-18 are two-man scramble format

Sign-up at Falcon Crest Golf Course! First 24 teams are guaranteed a spot. Registration deadline is Friday August 23rd @ 5:00pm. Call the Golf Shop to Sign Up at 208-362-8897!

“Tiger’s coming!” was the shout of one golf fan directed to Brooks Koepka during Sunday’s final round at the U.S. PGA Championship.

Gentle baiting from the crowd, as well as several roars of delight from around the course after another Tiger Woods birdie, weren’t enough to deter Koepka from a third major title. But the signs are there that Woods is again a force to be reckoned with.

American Koepka, 28, withstood stifling pressure and sweltering heat in St Louis, Missouri, to card a four-under 66 good enough for a two-shot victory, and claim the trophy and the $1.98 million prize.

Woods played his part though in front of a huge gathering of supporters, in pursuit of his first major title in a decade — and came close by returning a 64, his lowest final round in a major ever.

Winning at Bellerive means Koepka has now won three of the last seven majors and becomes only the fifth golfer and first since Woods in 2000 to triumph at both the PGA and U.S. Open in the same year.

“Other than me, my team, everybody was rooting for Tiger,” Koepka said. “It kind of pushes you to step up your game.”

As Woods finished his round and had the clubhouse lead, he had a maximum value of 100, according to Google Trends. While at the same time, Koepka was languishing down at just 27. That’s despite holding a clear lead and playing his final few holes on the course.

The sense of apathy, combined with the love of a sporting comeback, isn’t of concern to Koepka, who accepts he won’t be able to please everyone and still had the support of his fellow professionals.

“I’ve heard some frustration that he hasn’t won a lot of other tournaments, but he’s won three majors now, so he’s definitely winning the right ones,” Adam Scott said. The Australian was playing alongside Koepka in the final group and finished three shots behind him.

More vocal support should come Koepka’s way next month when he takes part in the Ryder Cup as part of Team USA, after the top eight automatic picks heading to the event in Paris were confirmed.

By winning at Bellerive, Koepka finished top of the standings ahead of Dustin Johnson, Justin Thomas, Patrick Reed, Bubba Watson, Jordan Spieth, Rickie Fowler and Webb Simpson. Captain Jim Furyk will pick four others — three on September 3 and the final choice on September 9.

Woods, in finishing runner-up Sunday, jumped from 20th to 11th in the Ryder Cup standings, behind Bryson DeChambeau and Phil Mickelson.

It seems almost unthinkable that Furyk would leave out Woods given his form in the past two majors and his experience of seven previous Ryder Cups.

“I’m just pleased with what I’ve done so far, and now to be part of the Ryder Cup conversation, from where I’ve come to now, it’s been pretty cool,” 14-times major champion Woods said.

The wait continues for the Woods comeback to be completed with that elusive 15th major, but given his form so far in 2018, interest only looks set to increase.

 

Adam Reed | 

Source: cnbc.com

Twilight Rates (noon everyday) will be extended until August 14! Book your tee time by clicking below:

When: Saturday August 4 

Tee Time:  6pm shogun

Cost: $60 per couple. This price includes green fee, cart fee, dinner, and payout.  Do not need an official handicap to play.

Call the Golf Shop to Sign Up at 208-362-8897!

When: Saturday August 11th 8:00 AM Shotgun

9 holes on Robin Hood

$30 includes entry fee, lunch, and prize fund
Open to anyone age 17 and under
Flights will be determined by age

Check out our Driving Range Cards at Falcon Crest Golf Club! This year, we are happy to offer another range option. In addition to the Large Bucket Cards we’ve always had, we have now added an X-Large Bucket Card!