Sniper26 wrote:Phil, how are you going to force Jon and Andy to play Advanced and not make Caker and Dave play open? The same Caker who preached a sermon on here to Jon about moving up. Booo Caker.
I didn't force Jon and Andy to play advanced, I encouraged them to play advanced, and they actually did really well. They were tied with Dan and I at three strokes off the lead. As for Dave and Caker, Dave came up and signed up for the both of them. I asked Dave who his partner was and he replied " Some guy I picked up in the parking lot." It wasn't until I was making scorecards that I realized it was Caker. It doesn't matter anyways, because first and last place in the advanced division was seperated by three strokes, so I would say that it was even competition.
On a brighter note I want to thank everyone who came out and played. Congrats to:
Mike and Chad-Pro
Mark and Joe, Dave and Caker-Advanced
Aaron and Willie- Intermediate
Kelly and Kathy- Womens
And big congratulations to my brother Aaron who hit his first ace ever on whole one.
I want to thank everyone who came and helped out.
Dan Swords for being my right hand man the whole time and for getting the course ready for the tourney, along with changing the baskets in between rounds. Aaron and Willie Dodds for helping me with the setup, you guys saved me a lot of time during the morning. Mike and Chad for helping change pin placements between rounds and for doing the scoreboard after the first round, as luck would have it my card was the last one in. Kelly Welch for bringing the scoreboards and for helping set it up before the tourney started, that was a big help. Big thanks to Jon Scott for donating CTP prizes. Thanks to Chase and the Iron Lion for merching and sponsoring the event. We all appreciate how much you do for the sport in our area. Jarrod for bringing Subway and helping with pin placements. And a big thanks to Chad Eng for making an appearance, although it was shortlived.
Again thanks to everyone who helped out and came out and played. Were going to do this next year and hopefully have it as a sanctioned tourney. Congrats to the winners and we'll see you againg next year. Thanks.