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tedkeith

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« on: May 20, 2005, 07:30:42 AM »
30 for league. Warm weather, light winds, and a short course made for some low numbers. It took -9 to cash in open and there was a -8 in the advanced division.

Open (10)

Kevin Corbett -9   $15
CD Steiner    -9    $10
Larry Balmer  -9   $5
Who             -7  
Otto              -7
Fred Smith     -5
Arturo Vilereal  -4
DCal               -4
Dick Parker    E
Steve Wilson   +3


Masters (10)

Brian Gammon    -5   $15
Doug Kantro     -4   $5
Wes                -4   $5
Ted Keith          -4  $5
Jamie Barry       -3
Dan Coffman      -3
Gary Brinkmeyer  -2
John Buckle       E
Paul Eklund        +1
Rick Rothstein    +3

Advanced (10)

Ken Hostetler   -8    $10
Craig Walker   -2    $8
House             -1   $5
Shane Caylor  E   $4
Jason Lyon   +1
Chris D          +1
Keith               +2
Joe R               +4
Demian Vela   +8
Anthony         +19

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« Reply #1 on: May 20, 2005, 12:57:21 PM »
-9 at WW.  You guys are ready for KCWO.

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« Reply #2 on: May 25, 2005, 03:39:37 PM »
WW can be fairly easy when all short (Not that I have ever shot 9 under there!).

Todd Henry had a -14 in league once on a short set up.  Which led to the now semi-famous exchange:

Am Player:  -14!!!!! Geez Todd, how did you do that!?!?!

Todd:  I missed four #$&*(&^% putts!!

I heard that second hand but it does sound like Todd doesn't it?