Cardinals Pitching coach Mike Maddux records 2 hole in ones during same round. Meanwhile his pitchers look lost on the bump.

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Have a day Mikey!! What an incredible accomplishment. Obviously many of the comments were about how he should have been doing something else on Monday afternoon, like perhaps watching film or something. There was just no way that they were going to send a pitcher out there Monday who were going to slow down this nationals team of Dynasty. So the only other option is to go out and record 2 hole in ones on way to an even par 72. 

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Lawrence shoots 2nd best round of life on way to Fall victory

Congratulations to myself for shooting my 2nd best career round and firing a 3 over 75 including 2 birdies on way to victory over a challenging field at Pembroke Pines. The Greens were a great equalizer for many of us but after drilling a 12 footer on the 1st Lawrence was able to putt great throughout the day and limit himself to just 1 3 putt. Jimmy Tokanel who had the low gross score with a 1 under 71 including an eagle on #9 made a valiant effort but just came up short and settled for 2nd place. It was a great round and the course was in great shape. LFG looks to be back in action 2 weeks from now. 

Check out the rest of the leaderboard here

Tournament Results

Bio Kim gets 3 year suspension from Korean Tour for flipping off a fan.

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According to the AFP, Bio Kim flipped off the crowd and slammed his club in frustration after hearing a fan’s cell phone go off while he hit a shot on the 16th hole. Kim held a one-shot lead at the time and wound up winning for his second KPGA title of the season. After, he apologized for his outburst. Apparently, it wasn’t enough to keep the tour’s governing body from issuing a stiff punishment.

Just an unreal Punishment here, 3 years is so outrageous. This poor guys career is over just because he aggressively flipped someone off. I can honestly say, I  have not actually flipped anyone off with intent but if I did I would want it to go how Bio Kim’s experience went. I somehow hope this can be appealed and he turned around to about a 1 month suspension. Doubtful though. 

 

2019 Colony Cup Day 1 Recap

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Yesterday was an absolute perfect day of golf for the boys and Canterbury was in some of the best shape we have ever seen it in. Currently NH holds a 14-10 lead, today there will be 32 single matches and a ton of points up for grabs so it’s still wide open for both states to take the Cup down. 

Here are some highlights from yesterday

Connor Shaw and Josh Klein go 3-0 to lead team NH. Connor played lights out all day and has found his long lost driver on his way to a 43 back to lead the way. 

Ben Edwards and Scott Sheehan take 2.5 from Mass top Player John Snead and partner Ed Altman. John is an insane golfer, the handicaps make it tough for those top guys. Let’s see if he can bounce back today. 

Lawrence/Blair Halve the first 18 with McElhinney/Arruda and steal 1 point in the alternate shot after being down 3 with just 4 holes left. 

Jeff Keyes and Jamie Cicero go 3-0 vs the Mungere/Hartson group. When asked how the round went Hartson responded “Willy and I, were the real MVP’S for Mass today” 

On a side note, the Jeff Keyes group shot a 31 in Alternate shot including a birdie, Eagle, Birdie start. Just an unreal side in alternate shot, so congrats and keep shooting great. 

Check out the rest of the results here. 

2 Man Scramble Results

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Best Ball Results 

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Alternate shot results

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We have some fancy shit. Goodluck to everyone today and shoot your best.

2019 Season Recap

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As fast as it came, it went, a statement I have heard far too often, and also one that describes the 2019 LFG Season. First of all I would like to thank Ryan McElhinney for absolutely killing it down in Mass and growing a league overnight as well as anyone possibly could. Now that that’s out of the way let’s move on to some real business. 

Champions: Congratulations to Eric White, and Jamie Ahlgren for taking down the titles this year. The Mass boys decided to have the Championship just like the PGA and awarded points to the players prior to the final round to keep more players in contention and it sure made things interesting. With Jeff Keyes, who had scored very well in every event holding including winning 3 events throughout the year which is an incredible feat leading the way. Unfortunately, Jeff could not finish it out and struggled in the ship that helped Ahlgren catapult to the title. Both players will be key factors 10 days from now as we open up the Colony Cup. 

Eric White, who had 2 victories throughout the year won a big playoff event and numerous high finishes built him a nice lead throughout the playoffs. It did not come without a little tension as Eric also struggled to put it away and leave without a doubt as he finished 16th in the championship and left the door open. Tom Boland who finished 2nd in the finale as well as the season long race was just 2 shots from behind taking down the season title. As always, remember every spot throughout the year truly does make a difference. 

Colony Cup: Next weekend New Hampshire will be hosting first annual Colony Cup as 16 players from Mass will make the trek to their Neighbor on the North to play 5 9 hole match events with 27 holes being played at Canterbury Woods on Saturday, and 18 holes at Lochmere on Sunday. If anyone is free and wants to come watch. should be a hell of a time. NH is the Clear favorite right now because I am writing this and is coming in at -125. 

Fall Season: NH Will have 3 fall events. A 2 man Scramble this weekend at Amherst CC. October 12th we are Scheduled to play at Pembroke Pines, and we are looking to Schedule a final event for Saturday October 26th weather permitting. Keep those dates open. 

Thank you to Impact Fire, Assurance Safety, Crown Trophy and New England Glass and Mirror for all the help this year. Special thanks to Izzo Golf and Callaway who came up clutch for me a few times on short notice to make sure we had what we needed to help grow the league. Last but not least, thanks to Joe and Leigh. I do not know them personally but it sounded like were a huge help to our Mass league, truly appreciated. 

With a full off season to plan, and my retirement from Softball. Expect some big things next year for us. Please spread the word and let’s continue to expand.

We are always open to ideas to help grow and make this league the best league around to always speak up and let us know what we can do to give you the best golf experience. There is still plenty of time to golf this year, so get out there and swing it and we look forward to seeing you all again next year. 

 

 

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