Dave Alexander says that he's found things more important than golf. We don't know whether to distrust him or feel sorry for him. In any event, we are lucky if we are able to convince Zando to join us three or four times a year. Dave made us a little less happy to see him this year at the Summer Tee Off. He carded a steady 41-42-83 (net 66) to win the grand-daddy of all TGolf events.
Second place was its own story. Michael Greller stumbled into the clubhouse once again after closing out his Big Mug match with Josh Bingham. As he stood on the 17th tee, Greller was 2 under par. Perhaps its was greed or perhaps a lack of concentration, but Michael finished bogey-bogey for even par 71 (net 67). Every Greller story has a twist. Michael's bogey on the last hole was full of heroics.......after snapping his tee shot and a provisional into the junk on the left.
|1st ||Dave Alexander || 66|
|2nd ||Michael Greller || 67|
| 3rd|| Gary Roadhouse||68 |
| T4||Tim Saffle|
|T6 || Josh Bingham|
| 8th|| Mike Fesler|| 72|
| 9th||Duel Brown ||73 |
| 10th||Darek Grant || 74|
| Also Rans||Tom Henderson|
| not so good|
Zando, Atten, Mac, and TLaF Ham 'n Egg Their Way to Six-Shot Victory
Who would think that net scores of 74, 75, 77, and 79 could win anything? It works if you coordinate that while any two guys are stumbling, the other two are carding net pars and birdies. Team ZAML's 17 under par easily earned the victory.
The second place team of Henderson, Hoerner, Roadhouse and Mott struggled to 2 over on the front but carded a scorching 13 under on the back.
With Dave's big double-win day, he catapulted from Fed Up Cup obscurity to within a mere 63 points of the Final Four. We're not certain if we should twist his arm to play with us in July and August.
Registration will be official when the check is received.
The first 16 to officially register are in.
Don't let your spot get filled.
Individual Stroke Play Tournament (Morning)
Four-Man / Best Two Net (Afternoon)
- Course handicaps will be established using GHIN or MyScorecard handicap indexes.
- Summer Rules are in effect. Play the ball as it lies.
- Closest to pin on #17. Ball must be on green to count. A player does NOT need to two-putt to win the KP.
- Tie-Breakers (w/ prorated and rounded handicaps)
- Back nine net score
- Last six net
- Last three net
- Handicap indexes will be used to blindly form fair four-man teams.
- Players will receive strokes for their full handicap as they fall on the card.
- Record NET scores for each player on the card. The two low net scores for each hole will count for the team.