3 Rivers Winter League Series - 2010

Mixed formats January - March 2010 Colorado
This league has ended.
No upcoming league rounds are scheduled.

Leaderboard

Mar 20, 2010 · Top scores
Oxbow
Regular tees 2x, 24 holes
Open
-1 71
Ryan Foose
+1 73
Mike Oliveros
Advanced
-2 70
Deione Lewis
+2 74
Jeremiah Jones
+3 75
Kevin Hess
+3 75
Eli Rawlings
Intermediate
-9 63
Todd Krauss
+4 76
Ryan Trevithick
Overall standings
PlayerPoints
Open
1Chris Thomas259.5
2Ryan Foose130.13
3Mike Oliveros114
Advanced
1Eli Rawlings160.83
2Deione Lewis153.33
3Eric Lind150.13
Intermediate
1Todd Krauss156
2Ron Brown88.5
3Josh Wainscott84
Beginner
1Justin Heldenbrand28.83
2Micky Buerger23
3Ken Kindsvater3.5
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Leaderboard updated 3/22/10

About this League

Mixed league - 31 all-time players - 0 active players
$3.00 one-time player fee for this league
A mixture of singles, doubles, and traveling league days will be used. Points will be accumulated during the series and awards will be given based on place of finish. Bonus points awarded for aces and strokes under par. League tournament held at the completion of the series with an increased point payout to determine the overall winner in each division. $3 per person per session for singles and $5 for doubles. Doubles pay out the same day. Entry fees accumulate over the series and are paid out after the final.

League News

Christopher Thomas   March 6, 2010 at 6:20pm

Finally, an Ace!

The story of the day today had to be Eli and his not-so-hangover. Right out the gate on #1, Eli hits chains and basket, but falls out. Later he clanks one off the side of the #11 basket. While throwing his "ace opp" on #15 during alternate shot, he drains an ace with his newly found love, the Pro Boss! His first league ace and third overall. We all signed the disc and took a moment to recognize what had happened. On the very next hole, it was Eli's turn to throw for the team and he manages ... more

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Christopher Thomas   February 27, 2010 at 10:54pm

Mike claims #1!

After several attempts and one super close call, Mike Oliveros grabs on to the #1 tag today out @ Optimist DGC. The usual breeze kept tricking the players once again as Mike turned in a decent 4 down score to best the field by 1 stroke. Chris and Jeff were knotted at 60 while Todd posted a solid 61 in his first attempt at the course, nice job! Meanwhile, Brad shoots 4 over and creeps back in to the top 10 as Deione almost fell out with a plus 6. Thanks to all who made the trek, it was a great time as always! Next week is blind draw dubs @ RRDGC.

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Christopher Thomas   February 20, 2010 at 5:47pm

Blizzard Bonus.

With a winter storm canceling the traveling league, the players converged on the UNC course. Ryan Foose was back and looking to shed the #20 tag he earned last week with a left handed round. Today he was shooting with his trusty right, overcoming a couple mishaps along the way, placing him second in the open division and in the overall. Ron Brown's luck was not as fortunate as he lost his prized driver to the construction site with his very first practice throw! This must have rattled his ca ... more

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Christopher Thomas   February 13, 2010 at 10:59pm

Wind has the last laugh.

Chris Thomas and Jeff Tori battled it out today @ Pioneer Park on a set of modified, lengthened tees. The weather was fine early and the sun broke through making a very pleasant morning. Hole 2 proved to be strangely difficult as several high scores were recorded there. Jeff sank an unlikely 90 footer on #5 to tie it up @ 10 down! He sailed it straight to the bucket, riding the breeze the whole way. After a parking contest on #6 they were tied @ minus 11 with three left to play. That's whe ... more

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Christopher Thomas   February 6, 2010 at 7:40pm

New guys rule!

The air was humidly frigid this morning as we got underway over @ Epple park for some doubles action. After a shotgun start, the teams took aim. Once the dust settled it was Mike and Eli @ 10 down standing tall, with Chris and Ryan Reeves not far behind. There was, however, a three way tie for third and a sudden death playoff ensued. With a birdie on #6 it was Steve and Deione coming in third. Singles next week @ Pioneer park.

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Christopher Thomas   January 30, 2010 at 6:04pm

New Course Record!

River Ranch DGC should always be a great place to earn some bonus points; with 8 out of 11 players shooting under par, we saw a lot of them today. The sun was super bright and I am now feeling the after effects as I see just how scorched my face is. Not as scorched as the scorecard though! Nine birdies in a row to start ensured that El Capitan would come in on top. Nearly shooting an ace on hole #8 along the way with a skip that bounced off the top of the bucket! Jeremy Lucas turned in an i ... more

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Christopher Thomas   January 10, 2010 at 1:39am

Worst score? O.K. then.

Doubles at Pioneer started with a group vote to shoot worst shot during the 1st pass and best shot during the 2nd. Both rounds were thrown form the long tees, and there was just enough snow on the ground to make footing a little slippery. Worst shot meant scores would be high during the first pass, so par was the goal there. This plan wasn't as easy as it seemed, what were normally simple shots were now pressure putts. Josh almost banged home an ace on #7! You'll get yours Josh, don't worry. Still a bit cold., but any day you see a Bald Eagle against a beautiful blue sky is a good day.

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