I did? Well.. I think my brain froooooze that night.
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We are conjuring up a glow round for Halloween instead of league play.
Tracy, correct me if you are wrong, but you will not be running league on that night??
Tom and I have been thinking about a 6:00 random doubles in some sort of 6-6-6 format.
Costumes (with actual effort) will be awarded a six pack of adult beverages before the round and the bset one will recieve an assortment of plastic from yours truely.
Most likely a non-club event in order to keep payout at a maximum with no ace fund.
It's actually a "rafter" of turkey. Gaggle would be geese on water. Geese in the air would be a skein of geese.
I stand corrected. My face is as red as a Snood with embarrassment.
My favorite group name is, of course, a "murder" of crows.
To understand how hard Winthrop Gold is, just count how many players shot par or better. Then count the number of 1000 rated players that shot over par.Or take a look at what the 1000 rated rounds were for each round. (par 68)
1st round: 70 = 999
2nd round: 70 = 1002
3rd round: 69 = 1001
4th round: 68.5 = 1000 (68=997 and 67=1003)
That's the only course/tourney I can recall where 1000 rated rounds were over par.
Caleb? Do you still have my Bag Tag #17 that we collected from Dick Parker at Swope on 9/30 'Twas my understanding we tied at 49, and you had the higher tag. You can have my #63
Arturo has developed a very solid mental game and PRACTICES many different shots.. I talked with him after his tournament sunday night and he was so happy and very humble. I was even more impressed when he said he threw a couple of his favorites in the drink early in the week warming up. Arturo is a GREAT player and an AWESOME person.
Why do you think he had a bad if you want to call it that, first round?
I'm thinking maybe because it was his first time playing the course?