Tag: Tim Overby

Jun 18 2013

Week 9, Front 9 – Week 9 Recap

Coot’s guys finally were greeted, with open arms, by the much-forgiving-front-9 at Quail Creek on Week 9.  After a few weeks of wet conditions and the troublesome-back-9, the front-9 was a sight for sore & weary eyes. And the scores showed the guys’ excitement! Career rounds were had by a couple of guys: Tim Sargent …

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May 17 2013

Doubleheader Round 1 – Week 5 Recap

Another week with an unrealized rain threat, meaning another uninterrupted night of golf!  It was hot & humid but breezy to ease the pain a bit; it was really about pacing yourself for the second half of this doubleheader (Week 3 makeup is Friday, May 17th). Just as the temps are on the rise, so is …

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Jun 19 2012

We’re Gonna Need Another Week – Week 10 Recap

It started as a typical mid-season week.  Especially typical for 2012 with more nice temperatures and sunny skies as has become the custom for Coot’s 26th season.  Most guys showed up assuming that the close of the first half would close the same way as the previous 25 seasons – with a champion. But not …

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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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May 06 2011

Cinco de Mayo…COOT STYLE! – Week 4 Review

What a great way to celebrate Cinco de Mayo – with Coot’s Week 4 play! It was quite a festive night with 68-degree weather and the first sunny day in weeks. Play was slated for the front 9, making the atmosphere even greater. Front 9 play also set up a lot of action in the …

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