[Golf Sheet / Week 12 (July 30) Results]

WEEK 12 UPDATE: July 31, 2020 By: Snapper (Posted: August 1)

Weekly Cudos:

Low Actual: Bruce Leach “36”
Low Net: Paul O, Tom H, Jake F, Kevin S “33”
Greenies 1: Jason Carrier
Greenies 2:
Larry Cooper
Team Skin: $Carry over
5-Hole: DJ Hochstein
AOTD: Nope


AOTD:  Unknown (probably several worthy candidates, but with Snapper off and me ghosting – the tales to go untold). Tony T bore the weight of the manbag and fulfilled his assigned duties admirably. However, 10 minutes before league tee time, several folks became panicked at the prospects of having to do math when it was made clear that there were no official league cards already filled in and complete with hole-by-hole handicaps.  “Where do our league dues go?”,

was a popular refrain. According to Tony, Ricky had assigned Jamie the responsibility for bringing the completed cards – having taken a set of blanks home the week before for this very thing – but then didn’t bother to show. (Asshole?). But then with just mere seconds to spare, Wolfy rushed to the beer deck to secure an additional set of blank cards from the manbag and sped to the first tee to pass them out to the line of waiting Snappers. Nice save, Dave!

BIRDIE-FEST: Twelve birdies in all… Wow! – Congratulations to Jason Carrier, Jake Ford (2xs!), Dave Wolfenden, DJ Hochstein, Herb Green, Tim Kachelski, Dave Fury, Johhny ‘Golf’ Martin, Matt Murany, Tom Harrison and Kevin Stutzman.  And then there was Rick Bailey’s “Birdie 4” on the par three 8th, when his drive hit a goose. The bird was no worse for wear, and honked his displeasure at us as we approached the green, along with the other (hundreds?) in the goose herd.

WORTHY OF NOTE:  The league average for this week was a record low of 44.14, with 8, count ‘em, 8! sub-40 scores (5 league members and 3 ringer subs). Nice!

JAMIES SCRATCH SKINS:   Bruce, Lenny and DJ split $31 ea.

DID YOU KNOW?: Flock of geese – The collective noun for a group of geese on the ground is a gaggle; when in flight, they are called a skein, a team, or a wedge; when flying close together, they are called a plump. When sitting and shitting next to a golf course green, they are called [expletive deleted].


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