Tag Archive: Bean & Heyl

Sep 02 2014

C.E.S. Takes the Second Half – Week 19 Recap (Updated)

Another hot night with temperatures in the low 90s.  There was a little cloud cover and some rumblings in the sky but Coot’s guys put Week 19 in the books. And so did C.E.S. – along with the second half title. They did it despite earning just 4 points on the night.  But that’s all …

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Jul 22 2011

Extreme Heat & #55 – Week 15 Review

Is it hot enough yet?  Temperatures hovered above the century mark and humidity levels were easily at the century mark as well.  With the heat index being well into the triple digits, the greatest accomplishment of the night is that there were no 911 calls made! But, as we reach the 3/4-pole of the 25th …

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Jun 17 2011

Metro Electric, On Top Again – Week 10 Review

Only one team has won the Coot Brown Championship four times.  Only one team has won both the first and second half championship (and therefore the league championship) in one season twice.  Only one team will now be able to say they won the first half of Coot’s Silver Season. After nabbing five points from …

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May 13 2011

At the Quarter-Post – Week 5 Review

The temperature was in the mid-80s with partly sunny skies. This made for a balmy atmosphere for Week 5 play as Coot’s guys made their way to the quarter-point of the 25th season. It was a pretty standard night of Coot Brown golf. But, for a few guys, it was a special night. First, Kevin …

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Apr 22 2011

THE DREADED BACK 9! – Week 2 Review

In St. Louis, there are a few things you can be certain of: Ted will make frozen custard, Gus will make pretzels, TLR will bat the pitcher 8th because he can, and the back 9 at Quail will cause Coot’s guys to shake in their golf shoes. But it’s not without reason; on Thursday night, …

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