The Godfather shall one day return....
Tomorrow night Juel Doubles
6pm start sign up 530ish
Be a Juel Park Legend
Last's Weeks Results:
Originally Posted by Snooskie Longhorn
His last too. Frank and family moved to California.
We will always refer to Juel Park as "Frankenland".
special people showed up for a good old time at Juel last Wednesday and it must have been a strange day because the scores across the board were pretty low. Their was a brother team: Brian "One Lefty Finger" Clark
and "Broadway" Bob Clark
. There was a Marky Mark team: "New" Mark
and "Yappin" Yarmek
We had a new player: Ryan "Favre"
come out and play very well as Cali. He spent most of the round spiralling laserbeam sidearms past the defense and throwing crisp touch passes into the chains and in true "Favre" fashion he brought the game down to the final seconds of the fourth quarter but came up one stroke short on the challenging 17th hole to Kenny "Two wins in a row" Clark
and your narrator. Kenny flicked his champion Max about fifteen feet short of the basket for the victory duece on 17.
In the same group "Almost Cashed" Carlee
teamed up with Jayden "I park 350 foot holes and can 100 foot jump putts" Johnson
and came out on fire. They birdied there first six holes in a row, highlighted by Carlee hitting two 50+ foot putts with a dx shark and Jayden making everything in the circle look easy. Eventually the length of the back nine cooled them off and they settled into a third place finish just out of the money.
Honorable mention to "Big Hyzer Bomb" Ryan Bilocerkowycz
for getting back out.
Kenny C. & DMajor -12
Ryan "Favre" -11
Jayden & Carlee -8
John J. & Ryan B. -8
Marky Mark -7
Brett V. & "Mazda" Matt -7
Bob & Brian Clark -7
No Aces were hit so the Ace pot grew to $26
& thanks to Paul "Sherpa Macguyver"
for kicking in $40
dollars from the previous season towards this years pot-bumping the Ace pot to $66
Shots of The Day
-Hole 17, Kenny's game winning 350 foot low line drive flick that flipped up to flat on a line 20 feet left of the basket and held until skipping chain high about fifteen feet short of the basket and
Carlee smashing not one, but two long spin putts into the heart of the chains during the first six holes of play, propelling her team to an early two stroke lead.