Presentation on theme: "2009 Rehoboth Cup Champions Team North Lou Trajcevski 3-0-1 Matt Glick 3-0-1 2009 Hal Sutton Co-MVPs 2009 Notables Matt Dawson 2-0-2 Bill Graves 2-0-2."— Presentation transcript:
Lou Trajcevski W. Hartford, CT HCP:14.4 2009:3-0-1 Total:11-11-2 (.500) Bill Graves Manchester, CT HCP:14.9 2009:2-0-2 Total:11-8-5 (.563) Matt Glick S. Windsor, CT HCP:25.0 2009:3-0-1 Total:9-12-3 (.438) Jim Corrigan Coventry, CT HCP:19.7 2009:2-1-1 Total:6-4-2 (.583) A B C D Team North – The Defenders Combined Team Stats Total Matches:84 Record:37-35-12 (.512) Avg. HCP:18.5 Photo Not Available Bob Jacobs Windsor, CT HCP:16.1 2009:0-3-1 Total:4-9-3 (.344) Brad Bishop Middletown, CT HCP:20.1 2009:0-3-1 Total:6-15-3 (.313) A B C D Team South – The Pretenders Combined Team Stats Total Matches:64 Record:21-33-10 (.406) Avg. HCP:15.0 Bryan Root Oxford, CT HCP:5.4 2009:DNP Total:0-0-0 (.000) Dave Farrar Marlborough, CT HCP:18.5 2009:2-1-1 Total:11-9-4 (.542)
Matt Montana S. Windsor, CT HCP:10.6 2009:1-2-1 Total:4-6-2 (.417) Matt Dawson Portland, CT HCP:17.6 2009:2-0-2 Total:17-3-4 (.792) Steve Hoyt Glastonbury, CT HCP:6.7 2009:1-2-1 Total:9-10-5 (.479) Gary ODell Haddam Neck, CT HCP:18.4 2009:2-2-0 Total:2-2-0 (.500) A B C D Team East – The Contenders Combined Team Stats Total Matches:64 Record:32-21-11 (.586) Avg. HCP:13.1 Photo Not Available Jim Waldron Wallingford, CT HCP:12.1 2009:1-0-3 Total:13-8-3 (.604) Mark Costa Someplace, CT HCP:##.# 2009:DNP Total:0-0-0 (.000) A B C D Team West – The Bartenders Combined Team Stats Total Matches:72 Record:32-33-7 (.493) Avg. HCP:20.6 Barry Cottle Ellington, CT HCP:15.9 2009:0-3-1 Total:8-13-3 (.396) Eric Rossol Boston, MA HCP:22.1 2009:1-3-0 Total:11-12-1 (.479)
A Lou putting on a recent putting clinic at Tallwood Country Club in Glastonbury, CT. Lou impressed on- lookers with this 10-footer that he intentionally trapped between the edge of the hole and the pin. Straight take-away. Balanced finish. Lou Trajcevski W. Hartford, CT HCP:14.4 2009:3-0-1 Total:11-11-2 (.500)
These chicks are totally checking out my power package … You wanna get outta here? Sendin out the vibe … What the … Bill Graves working on his game in the off-season. This drill is called grip it and go. It really helped me learn to keep my weight off my heels and my head down – Bill Graves. Bill Graves passion for eating crabs (2006 photo) reached fever-pitch in 2008 when he bit the leg off a live crab on Rehoboth Beach. Dawson still owes him $5. B … yeah, I bit the leg right off that crab. Dawson still owes me $5. Bill Graves Manchester, CT HCP:14.9 2009:2-0-2 Total:11-8-5 (.563)
Mmmmm … hot dog. Im teeing off first get out of here! My turn! Steeeve! Bills cutting! The power package … fully loaded. Where the hell did that divot go …
[Top] Jim Corrigan carving some virgin powder during a trip to Mad River Glen, VT. [Left] Jim takes his golf just as seriously as his skiing. Jim continues to play golf straight through winter and even makes time when hes out on the slopes to hit a few balls. Hes golfing on one ski! Dont listen to those team Liberty jerks – there a bunch of punks! Now, I want you to hit the ball that way... really straight. C Jim Corrigan Coventry, CT HCP:19.7 2009:2-1-1 Total:6-4-2 (.583)
My name is Matt Glick. You walked in my line. Prepare to die! The take-away … loaded … Nice follow-through. Matt Glick, unable to make the Penn St. golf team, decided to join the fencing team and was an incredibly successful swordsman in college. Known as the Nittany Lion, Matt is shown above skewering an opponent with his trademark superman. Oh, boy! Oh, boy! Oh, boy. Oh, boy! I looooove Tallwood hotdogs. D Matt Glick S. Windsor, CT HCP:25.0 2009:3-0-1 Total:9-12-3 (.438)
That is really, really interesting. Matt! Lets go!
I bet I can kick this railing and it wont fall over Farrar is giddier than a school girl. Im not sure well be able to get him to leave! C Smooth take-away … Just letting it hang there … Dave Farrar Marlborough, CT HCP:18.5 2009:2-1-1 Total:11-9-4 (.542)
This sucks … Im doing Sweet Caroline next year. Brad teaching Dave Farrar the finer points of man dancing at the Purple Parrot. Farrar is still giddier than a school girl and all Hoyt can do is look the other way. C Head down … After a dismal 1-3-0 showing in 2008, Bishop ended up winning the 2008 PWAEGL Championship with teammate Dave Farrar. 2009s RC was another lack-luster performance. Can Bishop shake off the demons for the 2010 cup? Brad Bishop Middletown, CT HCP:20.1 2009:0-3-1 Total:6-15-3 (.313)
PWAEGL …PGA … RC Ahhh … that feels much better. Hey – I found my ball! What the f**k are you doing? Im hot. I just want to cool off. A A well-balanced swing. Steve Hoyt Glastonbury, CT HCP:6.7 2009:1-2-1 Total:9-10-5 (.479)
C Gary recently appeared on the cover of Cigar Afficianado. Yeah, baby … yeeaahhh! Whaaaa aahooo ooooo! The expression says it all.Work it … Gary ODell Haddam Neck, CT HCP:18.4 2009:2-2-0 Total:2-2-0 (.500)
Hows this guys … do I look gay? Look at me, I fit right in in this place! Woah…oah…oah… oah…oah… Hangin tough!! Returning to Rehoboth with a best-in-field record of 17-3-4, LC Dawson is fired up to help Team East win its first Rehoboth Cup. B Dawson and fellow cupper Bishop sing a classic karaoke duet at the Purple Parrot in downtown Rehoboth Beach. Dawson is known to be a bit of a penny pincher. Here is a photo of him from Christmas 2008. Dawsons new book. Matt Dawson Dawson, an avid runner, shown above running along Rehoboth Beach in 2008. Oh yeah. Whats Santa Claus wifes name? Mary Christmas! LOL! Matt Dawson Portland, CT HCP:17.6 2009:2-0-2 Total:17-3-4 (.792)
Now thats a 17-3-4 swing if I ever saw one! It just doesnt get any better than this … great form and one HELL of a kiester! Ever the clown, Dawson plays it up on the 18 th green for the crowd at the 2008 PWAEGL Championship at Tallwood CC in Glastonbury, CT. Talking to it.
Jim Waldron, an avid golfer (shown at left with fellow cupper Steve Hoyt) and outdoorsman (shown above on a 2008 hunting trip to a Florida game preserve) is looking forward to 2010s competition. B Good turn … … nice finish. Jim Waldron Wallingford, CT HCP:12.1 2009:1-0-3 Total:13-8-3 (.604)
If I can't get my horsey name changed to Silver Stud I want to be Swollen Vein. Coming to the line it's Swollen Vein by a head... he he he he... got to remember to write that one down. Despite being 3 rd to sign up for the race, Barry Cottle crosses the finish line 3 rd from last... And down the stretch they come – its Old Glue Bag trailing by 40 lengths. A Barry taking dead aim. Somebody deck this guy! Thanks for the beer, Barry! Tag – youre it! Barry Cottle Ellington, CT HCP:15.9 2009:0-3-1 Total:8-13-3 (.396)
Make Pars Not Bogies Barry in the 70s Barry today The Ba-fro Club parallel … Dyn-o-mite!
Where the hell are my girlfriends … She is so digging me right now … owww! Eric Rossol is all about the fundamentals and proper warm up. Here he is demonstrating the I Dream of Jeanie stretch – perfect form! Eric Rossol left the states in 2007 to pursue solar power technology development in the UK. After seeing a solar powered golf cart (below left), Eric developed a solar- powered golf bag (below right). Eric now works for Raytheon outside of Boston, MA. D Solar-Powered Golf Cart What the f**k do you do with a solar powered golf bag? Eric Rossol Boston, MA HCP:22.1 2009:1-3-0 Total:11-12-1 (.479)
One of the first golf shirts ever made was worn by William Shakespeare. Here he is posing for a portrait with the shirt. The backswing … … the finish. … the downswing …. D Jim Scroggins E. Hampton, CT HCP:32.1 2009:1-2-1 Total:5-5-2 (.500)
Dubbs Dogma Slow Play: How to Play Fast Enough to Avoid Getting Thrown Off the Course In and around the fairway Play ready golf. You should be ready to hit immediately after the person hitting before you. This means you should be preparing to hit your shot while the person hitting before you is getting ready to hit his. On and around the green Place your bag or park your cart in a location that allows for a quick exit to the next tee. Play out of turn when ready to help speed play along. Help out your partner or opponents that need a trap raked or bag moved. Place your ball down on the green immediately after another putts. Line up the putt when others are putting so that you just walk up and hit it when its your turn. Finish putts – continue putting until you hole out whenever possible. Walk quickly. In general Close gaps as they open in front of you. Even if the group behind you is nowhere in sight, you should continue to push to stay with the group in front of you.
Trajcevski Tips: Beer Cart Girl Etiquette When talking to cart girls, always: 1.Make eye contact. The eyes are the first thing you should look at, not the last. You know who you are. 2.Offer pleasantries. It's always nice to hear, "Hi there, how are you doing today?" It makes the cart girl feel more like a human and less like a cooler with breasts. 3.Buy something. Even a bottle of water or peanut butter crackers makes a difference to their inventory and by extension their salesmanship and by extension their good standing with their manager. 4.Remember their names. Yep, thats the same girl you saw 9 holes ago. If you're going to ask them to visit your hotel room, it's the least you can do. 5.Tip. Think of them as waitresses on wheels--except they put up with a lot more petting, squeezing and bad jokes. A few dollars is always welcome. And please, please don't: 1.Pretend you don't see them. If you're not hungry or thirsty, a simple, "We're good, thanks," is a polite form of rejection. 2.Give them sugary pet names. "Baby," "Dollface," "Sweetheart"--you're not Humphrey Bogart, and they're not your moll. 3.Ask for their phone number, e-mail address or what time they get off. This is especially true if you're more than 10 years north of us – excluding yours truly of course. They're here to mix drinks, get some sun and make some cash--not meet their soul mate, or bed mate. 4.Make them wait Time is money. They shouldn't have to sit there while your group putts out/tees off before you tell them you don't want anything. 5.Try to buy them drinks from their own cart. Leave that to me. Sommer M. Legacy Golf Resort Scottsdale, AZ. 2006 Scottsdale Cup anyone?
Heres to tall beers and stumps No, not you Farrar. Old Landing