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  • 2023 CSGA Four-Ball Championship

    Posted on October 19th, 2023 No comments

    Congratulations to the Winners!

    CSGA 2023 Annual Four Ball Championship

    Pauma Valley Country Club

    September 18-19, 2023

    Overall, Champions (Gross) – Chuck Vuytowecz and Robert Burns – 135

    Overall, Champions (Net) – Tom Rousseau and Chris Baker – 121


    Championship Flight

    Low Gross – Rick Doebler and Robert Jordan – 145

    Low Net – Curtis Johns and Gordon Harder – 128

    Presidents Flight

    Low Gross – Keith Fletcher and Sam Tacke – 142

    Low Net – Randy Graham and Connie Salios – 130

    Cypress Flight

    Low Gross – Marc Wolfsohn and Al Barkley – 149

    Low Net – David McLeod and Chris Laquer – 133

    Mission Flight

    Low Gross – Loren Hansen and Thomas Parker – 147

    Low Net – Michael Allan and Mike McCullough – 127

  • Getting to Know 2023 CSGA President Brian Morse

    Posted on February 9th, 2023 No comments



    Brian Morse, whose hometown is Merced, is a 1971 graduate of Gonzaga (1971) and later University of West Los Angeles (1977). Today, he is an attorney and civil litigator.

    Golf Game: Inconsistent. I’m a long hitter, I’ve got good touch, I putt reasonably well, but I get in trouble off the tee. I feel like if I could quit my day job, I could get down to scratch.  My best score is a 69 at Merced.

    Significance of being CSGA President: It means that I have a year of great responsibility. I want to use this year wisely to keep the CSGA’s reputation what it is, and to try and keep it current and move it forward as society changes. We need to keep the CSGA relevant.

    Best Part about Volunteering: The people that you work with. The other volunteers. They are just the highest-caliber people on earth. Everyone pulls in the same direction. It’s just great to be a part of. It’s just that good feeling you get when you are a part of, and you want to share it with everyone else.

    Greatest Golf Moment: I’d have to say it was teeing off without choking on the very first hole of my first AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am.

    Dream Foursome: David Feherty, Roger Maltbie and Gary McCord. I like to laugh.

    Role of Golf: Trying to play golf the right way makes you a better person in every way. We don’t always succeed, but I appreciate that every time I am out. There is some lesson to be absorbed, either from observing your own successes and failings, or in observing how someone else does it better or worse. Every time I play, it reinforces what good there is in human beings while enjoying a sporting endeavor. It’s unique from the etiquette, to calling penalties on yourself, it’s a very interesting pursuit. Some people say I couldn’t play golf every day. I’m not so sure I couldn’t stay away from it.

    Brian’s wife is Beverly and he has two children, son Matthew and daughter Rachelle.