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Last week was our annual one club event, if you were one of the lucky ones to participate you were guaranteed to watch some ugly golf and to laugh while doing so. If using one club wasn’t hard enough, the typical Vermont National winds picked up making your thoughtful choice of a 6 iron more like an 8 iron. When I looked around the course I saw many hacks in the bunkers, several back and forth walks on the greens and a ton of drops on the 3rd hole! What I’ve learned for this event is that whether you love it or hate it, your always going to walk off the course with a smile on your face and not giving a crap about what you shot.

We’d like to congratulate Michael Lipson on winning the low score with a 44. Michael took home $100 cash and his choice of trophy from the latest garage sale. Team Yee won the team event and got their choice of random trophies as well.

This week we are off due to the Bear member guest tournament. We would like to wish those who are  playing the best of luck. We hope you have a great time and enjoy every moment of it.

If you haven’t made up your week 8 match like I haven’t yet, you have until next week to do so. Please note, the week 8 scoreboard is still up in the mens league locker room. If you don’t complete your match by July 20th it will be recored as 2-2 split.

Lastly, there is another big tournament going on this week and that is the Vermont amateur in Dorest VT. Vermont National has 12 members representing the club this week which is awesome. We’d like to give a shout out to Travis Mott and Jon Landry who both shot a 74 on the opening day. Best of luck gentlemen on the next few days.

This weeks Team Event will be our annual “Brad Hall One Club Memorial” tournament with a 5:30 shotgun start!  The concept is simple and may leave you wondering why you carry all of those clubs around….

  • Pick one club from your bag and 3 balls. If you happen to lose all three balls, head back to the clubhouse for a drink and a blue platte
  • Tee off with your team from your normal men’s league tee boxes (A/B – Gold, C/D – Blue, E/F – White).
  • Record individual scores for all team members on the scorecard and we will take the two lowest scores for your team score.
  • We will also crown the individual Champion of this event with what has traditionally been a pretty legendary bounty and bragging rights!

If you haven’t played the event before, keep an open mind, I was pessimistic the first time but it has become one of my favorites!

 

Happy 4th!

 

 

 

With the forecast calling for more heavy rain we are giving you the opportunity to make up your week 8 match. Please note, the course is currently open and if you’re daring enough to get out there you still can. If you and your partner choose to make up your match we ask that your complete it by July 20th.

Next week we will be having a team event and there will be another post with more information. The following week we will be off for Bear tournament.

The closest to the pin contest for the E&F flight will be made up in a following week as well as the payouts for the first half team winners.

If you do plan on cancelling tonight we ask that you do cancel your tee time online so the club can see who is still playing.

Stay dry and cross your fingers for some sun in the upcoming weeks

Last week we wrapped up the first half of men’s league and we’d like to congratulate Team Ginsbury and Team Mead for winning. Team Ginsbury lead the first half collecting 99.5 points while team Mead was on their heels with 97.5 points. We will be paying out both teams this week so we ask that you please stick around after your match to collect your winnings.

With the start of the second half all teams will be starting on a clean slate. This means that if you and your team stunk it up in the first half there is still hope for you to win some money this year. The last six matches of the year will determine which teams win this second half. What about the first half scores? No need to panic, we are keeping the overall team scores for the year and will be paying out the overall league winners come year end.

Week 7 Highlights

Teams Ginsbury & Yee won easily this past week collecting 15.5 points each. Nate helped his own cause firing a 37 on the front to win his match and all 4 points. Dylan Lavallee stepped up and got 3 points for team Ginsbury in route to their first half victory. For team Yee it was Michael Lipson and Charles Masenas out of the E&F flights who got 7 out of the 8 possible points for their team. A shout out goes to Dave Evarts as he shot a 36 on the front while eagling the fifth hole on his way to victory.

This past week we mixed things up with our weekly payout and had a putting contest. No one was able to sink the 80 foot downhill sloping putt but I would like to congratulate Ron Boucher for taking home the $100 prize. Ron lagged it up to within 1 foot to have some poker money for the night.

This week’s contest will closest to the pin for E&F flights on the front, holes 4 and 8. As I’m sure you’ve all noticed tomorrow calls for rain again. Please make sure to check the website throughout tomorrow as we will be providing an update in case of a complete wash out. Cross your fingers that the rain will hold off and that we will be able to get out there. We hope everyone has enjoyed the first half and we look forward to the remaining weeks!