Euclid Monday Night Scrambles

Doubles league March '11 - October '14 Ohio
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Oct 27, 2014 · Top scores
Sims Park
Alt 18 - #3 to #18 w/ A and B, 18 holes
-6 48
John Schwartz
Bruce S
$40
-5 49
Timmy Kaihlanen
Michael Carletta
$20
-4 50
Rowdy Yates
Larry Bright Jr.
-4 50
Willie Wilson
Mike Cline
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About this League

Doubles league - 187 all-time players - 14 active players
$5.00 player fee each session
$1.00 ace pool
Depending on the turn-out it can either be a random draw scramble or an A/B or even an A/B/C draw. It is generally played as best lie. We will slide it back to 5:30 in a few weeks (mid April) and then eventually to 6:00 in May.

League News

Larry Bright Jr.   October 28 at 5:14pm

Another Season Complete!!

Another year of Monday Night Scrambles is in the books!! Thanks to everyone who came out this year, and it was cool to see some new faces and some new regulars come out and support Euclid Disc Golf!!! This year we paid out 2 aces at $100 each (congrats Bobby Insana and Mike Thomas) and still have $292 left for the club. Some of that is sure to carry over to next year, so we should be starting with almost 2 full ace pots once the season starts in the Spring!! And don't forget the Pre-Winter ... more

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Rick Gzesh   November 8 at 10:57pm

Larry, thanks for your efforts to keep our Scrambles and Euclid Disc Golf Club alive!

Larry Bright Jr.   October 2 at 4:04pm

October is here...

which means we are running out of time to keep this league rolling. starting this monday, october 6th, we will have a 5 - 5:15 start time to ensure we can play all 20 holes before it gets too dark. please be at the course no later than 5:05, as we will start by 5:15 each day. teams will be chosen by 5:10. if you will be late, you are out of luck! and keep an eye out for the saturday league, which starts in november. we will most likely have a 11 AM start time to help those who wish to hit punderson after.

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Larry Bright Jr.   September 14 at 9:23am

5:30 Start Time

we will be starting at 5:30 beginning tomorrow for the next few weeks, before moving it back to 5:15. Bill Perry will also be running the show, as I will not be there tomorrow.



Also looking for somebody to help out on the 29th, as I cannot make it that day either. Speak up if you can help out!!

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Larry Bright Jr.   August 22 at 6:15am

Last 6 PM Start Time 8/25/14

daylight is fleeting...this Monday 8/25 will be our last 6 PM start of the year. We will move back to 5:45 for a couple weeks and then to 5:30. Come out and get your practice for the Rock!!

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Larry Bright Jr.   June 15 at 8:34pm

6:00 Start Time!!

We move to a 6:00 start time tomorrow and will hold that time for the foreseeable future. And don't forget the Trilogy Challenge on July 6th!! This event is preregistration only!! Details on the tourney page here on the Scene!!

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Larry Bright Jr.   June 1 at 8:08pm

2 more weeks of 5:45 start!!

We have 2 weeks left with a 5:45 start time and will be moving to 6 PM on 6/16!! C'mon out and throw!!

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Larry Bright Jr.   May 19 at 9:32pm

Ace!!!

The best turnout of the year on the nicest day we have had yet also produced our first league ace in well over a year. Congrats to Bobby Insana for the ace on hole 5 and the cool $100 you get for smashing them chains!! We still have 1 ace pot at $100 and one more at $67, so there's more to be had!! Scrambles are on as planned for Memorial Day with a 5:45 start!!

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Rowdy Yates   May 19 at 11:18pm

Disc golf ACE!: http://youtu.be/abfqJzFA4ng Watch Bobby Insanas' ace here.

Larry Bright Jr.   May 20 at 6:09am

thanx for posting rowdy!

Larry Bright Jr.   April 28 at 6:36am

rain expected today

rain is the the forecast for this afternoon and early evening. i still plan on being there though for a 5:15 start, unless otherwise noted here.

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Larry Bright Jr.   March 3 at 5:27pm

almost that time!!

monday night scrambles are back next monday 3/10/14!!! we will be holding a 5 PM start time through march and then time will be changed accordingly based on the daylight. hope to see some old and new faces out there!!

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Joseph Latina   July 1, 2013 at 9:09pm

New scramble organizer wanted...

Burnt out

Taking volunteers who can be available almost every Monday from 5:30 to 8:30 between May and October to run doubles scrambles at Euclid - Sims park.



Contact me here if interest

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Rick Gzesh   July 2, 2013 at 9:27am

You can count on Rick G helping out! Joe, thanks for all you have given to Sims Park Disc Golf. You have worked hard and deserve a break. There are more than enough folks who are willing to help to keep this going.

Joseph Latina   July 5, 2013 at 3:27pm

Larry and Bill. You two are probably the most viable candidates. Larry, Last week you said you did not have Monday's available for the next 3 Mondays (softball)?? You guys can work it out however you want. We have usually had one man be a point man but I am totally ok with a team effort two (Bil ... more

Larry Bright Jr.   July 5, 2013 at 5:08pm

i'll only be missing one monday in the next few weeks but should be fine otherwise. we'll work something out. i plan on being there regardless.

eric wernet   June 12, 2012 at 9:44am

Lake County Invasion!

They came in droves! Carpooling and filing up cards, welcome to the Wreckers! We also had a special guest from C-Bus, with a surprise visit from Shu! Ben Hamlin made his season debut, busy man but wonderful to see him come out and share his time with us! Eric and Will tore it up, as did Bill and newbie Ryan, but the birdie on the last hole of play put the Wernet/Jakubs team in the solo lead at -11. It was a lovely night with a slight drizzle most of the time, making the summer night just a little more pleasant. Hope to see more of you coming out next week.

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eric wernet   June 5, 2012 at 7:04am

Big Tournament Blues

I'm guessing, due to the weekend's Shoot the Breeze tourney in Ashtabula, the numbers were low. It didn't stop three teams from coming in at -8 on a pretty chill and nice night at Sims. CTP from the Triangle needed a measurement and the impartial jury (Drummer) counted em off and gave the big prize to Larry B Jr and Mr Koczan. See you all next week, hopefully!!

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eric wernet   May 29, 2012 at 7:07am

Memorial of sacrifices made

Lets stop for a minute and remember that Memorial Day is to commemorate those men and women who have given their lives in the defense of our country. Thanks for that!! A rather solid turnout for a holiday scrambles, usually lightly attended! Schwartz shows why he is da man at Sims by once again, getting the best of the field, along with his partner, Lake County Wrecking Crew's Bob Becker. It was once again a Gyo Special, this time utilizing all the holes but alt tees on several, taking birdi ... more

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eric wernet   May 22, 2012 at 6:52am

Business as usual.

The night was beautiful. Storms south of Sims seemed to keep the numbers down just a bit but the turnout also saw a bonus Mel Martin sighting. It turns out that will be rare due to scheduling but it is never a bad thing to have her come and kick your ass. Barbo and Will did the damage, posting double digits with a -10 on the second Gyo special of the season. This saw an alt tee pad for 11, 16 and 17 and a combo hole of 5/6. Slicing two birdies off the course certainly changed to overall. Hope to see you all next Lunes!

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eric wernet   May 17, 2012 at 10:07pm

Gyo Special and a Perry/Vegas Smoke em!

WOW! Bill Perry and Jimmy Vegas showed us that they can play! This B-Team killed the Gyo Special on Monday night, going -12 to take the big money. A first at Sims for both, it was super nice to see. It certainly proves, if you are coming up to Euclid to cash, you are going to have to earn it! This course is anyone's to dominate! It was also our first night at 6 and the first night Gyo took over the running and the layout. Expect these kinds of changes and alterations all summer. See you all next Monday!

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eric wernet   May 8, 2012 at 7:01am

High Caliber course killing!

WOW! The caliber of players coming out to EUCLID! has been excellent lately, as we continue to simply have too many solid players to not keep up with the random draw Mondays! Gyo and Schwartz absolutely killed the course, posting a -13 with a tie for second at -10. An excellent showing from the Medina crew and a bonus Jon DeCapua appearance ushered us into what should be a fantastic summer of disc golf at Sims Park DGC this year! Not to be missed in the numbers (up to 20!) was Mr. Ace himsel ... more

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eric wernet   May 1, 2012 at 6:12am

Electric night!

Flashing in the sky that is. Thankfully, the thunder held off to the very end so we managed to finish things up but not without a bit of a soaking. The Parma Krew made it out in big numbers for the first time this season, good to see those guys and even bonus Stephen Brown, Barbo and Rod Flinner sightings! The quality of players was still quite high, so random draw was still the word of the night with the Spiggy/Barbo pairing nailing down the biggest cash with a -11. A CTP throw-off for 2nd ... more

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eric wernet   April 24, 2012 at 7:09am

Big rollers, not many throwers

The wind was HUGE coming off of the Lake, but the numbers were severely reduced as a result. The scores were also seriously reduced with only one team managing to keep it under par, a huge congrats to Larry and Steve, bombing and finishing all night. Not bad for a team that was +4 after the first three holes and managed to score a couple of birdie runs on the back of the course. Welcome back Vinnie P! See you next week!

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eric wernet   April 17, 2012 at 6:07am

Where o where did all of you go?

Seriously! Very light turnout for our first shift back to 5:30. We did have a Roboto sighting, that was a bonus and Mr Koczan made his first spring appearance truly count. He and Marc Theodore posted an impressive -9 in extremely windy conditions to take the prize. Also impressive is that under the conditions, there were only two bogies recorded all night. Hope to see a better turnout next week!

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eric wernet   April 10, 2012 at 8:35am

As the Weather Turns

The pool of players increases! It is pretty cool to see the NEO area grow its own into some pretty solid golfers! New faces keep popping up and this Monday thing builds. The weather was pretty dynamite, at least early. Temps plummeted late with the winds shifting out of the north. Going into the last hole of the night, two teams had the chance to play extra golf (theme for the past week if you watch the Tribe or saw the Masters) but that hole was 19 and it can be unforgiving at best. One t ... more

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eric wernet   April 3, 2012 at 6:24am

Ever increasing....

Players and use of the course! Sims continues to dry itself out, a long way to go but progress is being made. Let's hope its not a drought but the dry weather has been a plus. All the tee pads are playable and were used last night. The power of the Schwartz and and the putting brilliance of Mr. Morrison rode the two of them to a two bogie -8 round. Second place was awarded after a CTP. The make-up of this year's scrambles continues to excite me as the caliber of players is up and EUCLID! h ... more

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eric wernet   March 26, 2012 at 8:41pm

A brief return to normalcy

No, the course didn't dry out, but it was more playable than it has been lately. Still a mire, but not to be unexpected in March. The winds were coming off the lake and cold. The scores were a bit down, except for the overall winner, sweeping away the cash with a -11. Welcome back Mr. Raney! It certainly didn't hurt to have Mr. Long along for the ride. Looks like Rich is feeling better heading into the Spring! Also popping back out for his first Spring visit was Neighbor Rick! Number ... more

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eric wernet   March 21, 2012 at 6:44pm

Excellent weather, short turn-out, expected winner

After seeing Schwartz post his best round ever at Sims on Sunday, it does not surprise that on Monday, he shows back up and takes even more money! He did have a little help and believe it or not it was WETTER but he and Andy "The King of Punderson" Morrison took the winning pot home with them. Will Jakubs made the most of his mulligans in the Cali, "I'm playing alone" format and a CTP to take the $10 second place piece. See you all next week, when we should be adding more holes as the weather changes (hopefully!).

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eric wernet   March 12, 2012 at 8:41pm

Cherry has been broken!

Welcome to 2012!!!!!! The weather broke and the conditions were WET and a bit breezy with the winds out of the southwest and did I mention it was WET?!! Eleven showed, with Austin playing with himself, I mean as the Muligan Man. Great crowd out for an opening night, this shows for a very promising season ahead. Eric and Rob pulled it out by being the only team without a bogie, the difference in the final scoring. See you all on SUNDAY for the Frozen Fingers finale. Hope to see more out next Monday.

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eric wernet   October 25, 2011 at 6:42am

Its over!

Over 100 players joined us here in EUCLID! to ply the shores of Lake Erie and take on the soggiest year ever. Last night was our last night for 2011. A meager turnout and some of the lowest winning scores in weeks but I don't believe either winning team was complaining! Thanks to everyone who made this year's Scrambles so successful. The ace fund stands at $225. $100 of that will start next year off as the Ace Fund, the other $125 is going into the club account to be used as we need it on t ... more

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eric wernet   October 10, 2011 at 9:55pm

It took most of the season and perfect weather but....

An ACE has been posted during Monday Night Scrambles. GYO laced a tight little S that crashed chains from 280 ft out, banging 18 and taking home $100! Super weather night with 16 showing and the scores showing. Random draw night with a very hot team of Tank and Schwartz killing the course for a -12, coming in right behind was the on fire tandem of Bob Becker and Stephen Brown at -11. This was Stephen's third -11 round in a row, carding one yesterday in warm up, and a second in the Post Ace Race doubles w/ Kipper.



We will continue next week @ 5. Come one, come all!

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eric wernet   October 6, 2011 at 6:58am

Scrambles moving to 5.

Light is simply not holding out. Very small turnout on Monday but the weather was sketchy, not surprised. We will keep going as long as we can, which means a couple more weeks.



Good solid middle of the round for Greg and Schwartz, including the bonus birdies on 14 (45 ft putt) and 16 (huge drive, 40 ft putt!) to put a one shot win on first time mulligan man Stephen Brown!



See you on Monday if you aren't coming out to either Parma on Saturday or the Ace Race on Sunday!

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eric wernet   September 20, 2011 at 7:15am

Steady Rain and warm, very few showed

But enough did to make things happen. Random draw night, solid rain all evening, although never really hard and a steady breeze out of the southeast. Big Mike almost took the ace fund when he kissed the front off the basket off the tee on 6, his second shot also nearly had him paid! Steve squared was playing solid golf, with Bona hitting a couple of long putts throughout the night!



Hope people make it back out next week! See you then.

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eric wernet   September 15, 2011 at 7:00am

First at 5:30

And a rather light turnout, as compared to lately. Got a couple of new faces, always cool, and the scores were seriously depressed, odd, since the weather didn't forcast that at all. Think I personally blew Neighbor Rick's mind when I told him third place today was going to be decided by a rock, paper, scissors game. He relented, and won.



Next week, same sandbox, still a 5:30 start.

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eric wernet   August 30, 2011 at 6:38am

Last Monday Night Scrambles (@ 6!)

Just an fyi before news, next week's scrambles will not be official as The Rock is on Sunday. When things pick up again (13 Sept) the start time will be 5:30 as we are simply running out of day light. Last night was again, a perfect night for golf. Calm breezes, excellent temps and a very nice turnout. Gyo and Bob Becker went out and once again, found the nether world score of -12. We are starting to expect these kind of scores to win around here! Bring that same game on your own to Th ... more

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eric wernet   August 24, 2011 at 7:32am

Perfect weather = HUGE turnout!!!

Scrambles is more than a simple meeting of friends on a Monday evening on the shores of Lake Erie. It is the chance to meet new people. It is the opportunity to have tiny winged vampires suck your blood. It is the time to give back to the course by doing a little clean up (thanks boys and Judy!). And it is the chance to KILL the course! Look at those scores people! Double digits or you are fighting for your money back!!!!!! Gyo and Bob simply tore the course apart (-12), with Gyo draining ... more

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eric wernet   August 16, 2011 at 9:32am

Raney on your parade with Cherrys on the side!

Rich Raney made a triumphant return to the Monday night scene by pairing with Eric Cherry to go -10 in tough conditions. Just as play started, the wind picked up off Lake Erie and brought a characteristic stiff wind from the waters making the play on holes 1 - 4 interesting! It is not often that most of the payouts during Monday Scrambles are in the single digits, Sims has lots of birdies to offer up to the pairings but throw the wind in, eliminate hole 5 (basket surrounded by upwards of 6" of ... more

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eric wernet   August 9, 2011 at 11:41am

The Hamlin Machine Marches On!

Ben Hamlin and the meteor known as Mike Ryan did it again, with a -11 with the boys from Medina, Ryan and Brian tying them to split the 1/2 pot! Best turnout of the season with 31 coming out to test the soggy fairways. An inch of rain the night before left 7's tee pad underwater, forcing us to play the "alt" tee. Conditions were nice last night though with the entire field playing under par and three teams at -8 missing the payout. Looks like the new system is working so another week of tria ... more

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eric wernet   August 2, 2011 at 2:21pm

Welcome to August!

Hot and muggy. No shocker here. First night of new format and what seems like a success. Numbers were competitive across the board. We'll keep working it to see if it stays. The two top teams decided to split 1st and 2nd, each coming in tied at -10. Six new adds to league, a couple of faces returning for the first time in quite a while. Good to see Vacha, Barbo, and Dalton. Welcome also to Ryan Long and Eric Leslie! See you all next week!

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eric wernet   July 28, 2011 at 2:45pm

Nice turn out people!

Once again, more people coming back out of the woodwork (Spotz!) and foreign visitors! (Bill F). Weather held, if fact it was very chill all night, not the temps but the winds for sure. Hamlin and Big Mike killed it at -13 with Roboto and Neighbor Rick coming in at -11. Well played all! We need to let everyone (who reads this) that next week we will be trying a slightly different format. We are adding a C pool for players. We will be breaking people into three groups, A, B and C. The best ... more

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eric wernet   July 19, 2011 at 8:51am

Threatening and then calm

A wicked blowa kicked up right before tee time last night, threatening to drown out our play. Coming in off the Lake, it made the front four a bit more of a challenge but only for a bit. The winds subsided, the rain never really came and the scores dropped, just as expected. Didn't help the couple of us who started on those Lake holes but that comes with the territory of living on Lake Erie, changes by the minute. All good, still sorting out places by CTP with one team left out of the money ... more

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eric wernet   July 12, 2011 at 8:10am

Don't ya think....

...when you and your partner shoot the course 13 strokes down, you should win? Well, there were TWO of those tonight and they had to take on the CTP gamble. Turns out the B+ partners of eRock and Neighbor Rick are turning out to be quite the pickup these days. Little light on the turnout, could be it was raining in most places just an hour before tee time or too many tired arms from tourney play this past weekend. Conditions were a bit windy at first but chill late, and we had a couple more newbies out to Scramble. See you all next week!

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eric wernet   July 5, 2011 at 12:15pm

Happy Birthday USA!

What a beautiful night. Nine bodies (and a beautiful spectator) joined forces to take on Sims Park last night. Due to the caliber of the turnout and the odd numbers we decided to play as three person teams, thus the odd looking leaderboard. Originally we were only going to play the original 18 but during the round added A and B, skipping 19 all together. As fate would have it, adding in A and B meant the match as the team of 6-Pack, Patch and Gyo managed to birdie A on a huge drive from Ed t ... more

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eric wernet   June 28, 2011 at 7:37am

Lovely Evening

One of the best parts about running a regular event on the local scene is having players from other courses and clubs pop in for the night. Last night it was the Hudson/Summit kids stopping up to sample some lake side fun and they of course held their own, as expected! Real tight scoring with no less than four groups coming in tied for second at -6. The southerly winds must have been playing more havoc on the field than expected. The CTP was taken care of on hole 1 with Roboto and Neighbor R ... more

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eric wernet   June 21, 2011 at 7:21am

T-Storm leave a mess

An hour and a half before tee time, a wicked thunderstorm rolled in and left at least an inch to an inch and a half of rain in the area. Anyone who has played Sims knows that it doesn't take water well and this year has been especially bad. As a result, the numbers were way down this week and three holes were unplayable. Hole 5 had a couple of inches of water in the basin and 6 was a mess. 7 was played from the alternate tee spot and 19 was also deemed unplayable. The low turnout left K Dan ... more

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eric wernet   June 15, 2011 at 8:48am

TURN OUT!

Nice turnout boys and Judy! The scores were a little depressed on a beautiful day for d-golf. It was a bit breezy but not too bad. Kevin and Neighbor Rick pulled it out with a -9 with a CTP needed to settle 2nd and 3rd. Gyo put his shot from 150ft within 4ft of the basket to take 2nd along with Steve K. The alphabet pairing of BZ and PK played well with BZ potting some putts from upwards of 50ft on at least two occasions. B to the Z is definitely the B partner you want to have on your card!



See you all next week!

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eric wernet   June 7, 2011 at 7:54am

Finally, a dry course!

And it showed on the scores! Very lopsided turnout this evening, way more B players than A players. Ended up doing a random draw. Scores were reasonably consistent but there were some that could have used a muligan. We have rethought the evening and in the future this will be added. It was a dogfight on one card with Drummer having a shot to bring his team to -11 on hole 19 just to have it chain out. CTP for third required two throws as the first time none of the four throws were inside the circle! See you all next week!

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eric wernet   May 31, 2011 at 6:41am

Light Memorial Day

Damn, that course is a mess. Mud, muck and smell. Gyo and Will didn't mind as they tore it up, going 10 down in easy fashion. Here's to hoping the course does some drying up in the next week with NO MORE RAIN PLEASE!

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eric wernet   May 24, 2011 at 6:52am

Avoided Armagedeon

The area got lashed with T-Storms last night but all we had to deal with was a brief 10 minute downpour and then partly sunny skies and a double rainbow. The EUCLID! storm bubble was working well last night. Hamlin continues to take down the competition and old faces continue to come out of hiding. Good to see Rob N and The Real Keller out and of course, who complains when our biggest Prince fan, B to the Z shows his face! We all win! It looks like Stevenson's is becoming THE stop after for greasy burgers and good brews!

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eric wernet   May 17, 2011 at 10:20am

16 May - Crappy

It was a very low turnout, but it was a turnout! Six brave golfers managed to make it out for our first 6 pm start this year. John and his partner Mike managed to take it on a CTP after scoring exactly the same as Ben H and his partner Jeff. Ben said, the course was "completely soaked in water, 25 mph gusts and 43 degrees with rain - terrible."



See ya all next week!

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eric wernet   May 11, 2011 at 6:16am

Ace Fund added / Start time is now 6 pm!

As of 16 May, scrambles will start at 6. There is also an additional $1 ace fund that has been added. It will cap at $100 with overages being held for additional aces.

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eric wernet   May 3, 2011 at 7:26am

we are active. starts at 5:30 for now

Shifting to 6 very soon.



eric

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