And here we are, at the quarter-post again. Coot’s 26th season is going by as fast as the first 25 did. The only difference with this one is…the PERFECT weather! The is the first time in Coot’s history that weather has not negatively impacted any of the first five weeks of the season.
And the scores were just about as good…
George Ermold led the way in scoring with the overall low score of the night (36) and the overall low-net-score of the night (29).
Closest-to-the-pin honors went to Craig Morris and Joe Turek Jr., making Joe the first guy this year to earn the honors two times.
The standings stayed mostly the same as all the teams seemed to split points with each other. That means that Metro Electric remains the top team in the league…again. That also means that K.G. Electric, Inc. is in the cellar…again.
THE GOOD – Week 5 overall stroke average was 45.18…enough said.
THE BAD – Week 4 overall stroke average was 45.95 (guess the ‘longer’ course for Week 5 didn’t hurt as bad as everyone thought it would)
THE UGLY – Somebody messed with the silver tees, putting them way in the back.
On the milestone watch, Herb Golterman earned career-victory #97…just 3 to go! Meanwhile, Norm Friedmeyer joined a lesser-sought-after club: the 150 loss club.
No key feature match-up of the week for Week 6 – here’s to hoping someone can knock Metro Electric off their game at least once!
FORE-WARNING…Back 9 is on deck for the next 2 weeks…