A beautiful day brought out only 18 golfers. We had 5 nine holers, 6 putters and 7 eighteen hole golfers who played Jay Harbison’s favorite game, Nassau. Jay won both the front nine and total with net scores of 31 and 63 respectively. Ken Taylor won the back nine with a net 29. Bob Tuttle had the low gross score of 70 and Larry Anderson won closest to the pin at 17 feet 3 inches. Doug
9 Holer Report
Those BLGC MGA World Famous 9-Holers were out in great number again today. With a springtime weather forecast, the F.O.G. (Fellowship Of Golf) we in the pro shop early for hot coffee and to pay their entry fee so they could get started before it got too hot for the old guys. The golfers launched off the #1 tee box for their round of NASSAU golf. Here’s how the Herd did today:
Putting Competition (handicap adjusted and always subject to change):
1st Place for $6: Greg Kepner, net 36.00 putts;
2nd Place for $4: James Longoria, net 42.33 putts;
3rd Place for $3: Doug Miller, net 38.00 putts;
4th Place for $1 each: tie, Don Webb and C.L. Newsome, net 39.0000 putts.
Golfing Competition (also handicapped):
1st Place for $6: Paul Castiglione, net 31 ½;
2nd Place for $3 each: tie, Tommy Atkins and John Moran, net 32 ½;
3rd Place for $2: Mac McConahy, net 35 ½;
4th Place for $1: Jim Buckingham, net 37.
That’s it for another great day of 9-Holer golf at good old Blue Lake.