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As for this weeks recap . . .
In Open we had a tie at the top (slightly off of the normal winner scores) with Joel Kamoske and Dave Olson tying for the win at (-10). Joel went on to win the CTP playoff. TJ Webber, Scott Slauson, and Bob Bawden all tied with (-9) to take the last of the cash.
In Intermediate we had Chris Daskam with a really solid round (-8) to take down the division, while Shaun Kirchner and Aaron Zittnan (-5) had respectable rounds (given the circumstances) to take the rest of the funny money.
In Recreational we had Greg Weber (-4) have a solid round on a course I feel honestly played 3-4 throws easier. Second place goes to Nick Williams only 1 throw back but overall Greg and Nick are tied for the win. More important than the weekly win seemed to be the points totals. Greg knew the stats better than I did because he realized when he won the round tonight over Nick that he was going to tie him up in the point standings. Nice work Greg . . . maybe this is your season. Keep in mind in Matchplay ANYTHING can happen.
In Juniors . . . Ethan Weber (+22) continues to show his diligence by coming each week. Can anyone hook me up with someone locally.
The ACEPOOL was hit by me for a grand total of $16 from this week. On #5 I threw a Mako right straight at the basket with a slight anhyzer to hold the line and it went straight in and dropped to the basket. Then Chris Daskam proceeded to step up and also make a good bid for the Ace pool. He came up just short of having to split the small $16 ace pool. Either way this format was a lot of fun to watch and throw with a mix of longer holes coupled with some short ace runs and modified "Upshots".
Please let me know what you think.