What a great evening – kinda cool yet warm enough to be comfortable, no wind, and best of all - no bugs. There was, however, a turkey running loose out there along with all the goslings and birdies.
2017 WNL Standings-Week 3
Basset Creek Conference:
Fairway 2 Heaven holds their spot atop the BCC North by beating I Like Big Putts 44-36. Last Call beat Young Gunz 42-38 to jump into 3rd and are only two points out of 2nd place.
Foreplay dominated with the most points this week over CTB to win 45.5-34.5 to leap into first place in the BCC South. Loopers remain in third and extend their lead over Bald Man Brewing Company by winning 42.5-37.5.
Golden Valley Conference:
WTF took out Range Balls 43-37 to leap over them an into 1st in the GVC East. Six Pack handed Zed Heads a 45-35 defeat to remain in 3rd but are in the hunt in our tightest division through two weeks.
Drive 4 Show put on a show by defeating Drawshank Redemption 44.5-35.5 to leap into 1st place in the GVC West. Putt 4 Dough was also a winner, defeating Team Hack Attack 41.5-38.5 pushing them up to 3rd place in the division.
Individual Low Net (Odd Weeks):
- 1st: Dan Klein - 32 (front) $35
- T2nd: Josh Mueller - 33 (back) $17.50
- T2nd: Jeff Wagner - 33 (back) $17.50
Individual Low Gross:
- Joe Larson with a smooth 35 on the front (with an eagle deuce on #5!) wins $10
Weekly Hole Winners ($10 each):
- Closest-to-Pin-in-Two #1 – Brady Schmidt
- Closest-to-Pin #4 – Joe Larson
- Closest-to-Pin #8 – Scott Hartmann
- Long Putt #9 – Jason Lunetta
- Closest-to-Pin-in-Two #11 – Michael Meyer
- Closest-to-Pin #12 – Dan Anderson
- Closest-to-Pin #17 – Todd Knutson
- Long Putt #18 – Robert Monge
It is Food Night next week, some come chow down on some chicken and fixin’s even if you’re not scheduled to play.
The scorecards this week were amazingly near perfect…I’m near tears. Thank you, fellas, you’re the best. I WILL have a printout available to look up the adjusted handicap for those who do not have an index – remember you need to adjust scores if any holes have over a triple bogey (a couple cards did not adjust, but after the adjustment it did not affect the points, luckily).
As always, be sure to check with the starter what your handicaps are and do not guess – these are not verified on the back end by me, so I use what is on the card unless it looks really fishy. If you’re playing someone and want to verify their handicap, the starter has everyone’s latest index and 9-hole handicap so it’s easy to check and is totally legit.