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06/05/14 - Water Works League
« on: June 06, 2014, 12:45:06 AM »


Optimal scoring conditions tonight. high of 84F and virtually no wind. 29 out for some June golf. no ace hit this week, so we roll on to $387 for the Ace Fund. Be kind to your League Director; refrain from paying in quarters

Wow! Some scoring going on. Open's average was a slim 52.5! Overall average across 29 scores is 55.3. That means all of us had a pretty good round!

 Mike D Open shall henceforth be known as Mike D Open/Masters. Folks lets try and play with the card that you've been assigned to. :D Nice shooting to Scott Melrose~ Second best recorded score of the year at a blistering 44. Only Ken 'TanK' Franks has bested Scott's performance with a 43 on April 17th - when the course was set rather short!

2 strokes decided AMs this week. Come on out and get some funny money! offering AM and Intermediate payouts~

Stats after 10 weeks. Sorted by average at the top, minimum 5 weeks:
2014 Water Works Master Sheet
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Re: 06/05/14 - Water Works League
« Reply #1 on: June 06, 2014, 03:15:24 PM »
Great job on reporting the events of the night  :D except you forgot to mention the CTP prizes that were given out  :o

I (via Innova) donated two CTP prizes where Elliott Hicks (#18) and Matt Crowe (#16) selected from hats, minis, keychains, etc. A few were tossed out to others as well... just because!

Eric K donated a bottom stamped ROC won by...  ???
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