While the actual weather was perfect, it was a perfect storm of sorts that led to a slow night on the links. With several high school matches on the course, Quail was low on golf carts. This caused a delay in the start for many guys. So not only were Coot’s guys dealing with a delay in starting, playing behind slow high school golfers, and the dang back-9, but, many were finishing in the increasing darkness.
This meant that 25 of the 48 scores turned in on the night were 50 or above. Only Nick Kausch weathered this perfect storm with a 2-over-par-38. Meanwhile, Marty Yanics & Tom Heyl had low-net-scores on the night of 32.
But, that didn’t stop C.E.S. – those guys hammered out a 10-point sweep on the night to jump to 4th place, just 3.5 points off-pace of reigning-champs, Metro Electric, in the standings. Much like the Cardinals, they continued their hot play in defense of their 2011 title; Metro earned 8 points on the night.
THE GOOD – As in “all is good” after Week 2!
THE BAD – K.G. Electric, Inc. & G & G Snow Plow in the cellar.
THE UGLY – J.P.’s 9 on #16…’nuff said.
The Milestone watch had a good deal of activity as Larry Moellering (#99), Bob DeGunia (#98), and Tim Sargent (#96) all got their way one win closer to their career goal. Also, Joe Turek Jr. and Steve Miniex were the closest-to-the-pin winners on the night.