Results from July 20

30 07 2015

The scorecard between Teams 3 and 4 has been re-checked and re-posted.
The outcome of that match has also changed from an earlier posting.

It was however, a battle to the end. The match ended with Team 3 leading
45-43, but a 4 stroke difference in team handicap helped Team 4 grab the
victory over the previously unbeaten Team 3, 55-45. A season best 53 from
Chuck Hutton led the way with 17 points. A tough loss for the squad that
had the only Birdies(4) of the day, and three of them came from ol’ #8.

Over on the Deer Run side; with all 4 players scoring double-digits,
Team 1, led by Dave Meekins (15 pts) and Stephanie Dixon (14 pts) won
62-38 over Team 6.

Also on Deer Run, Team 2 had all 4 players score double digits in their
win over Team 5. Dennis Merritt and Chris Cuevas both scored 17 points
in the match that ended 70-30.

After a slow start, Mark Ito put together a run consisting of 4 Pars
and a Birdie to finish with a 42.

And with 2 Birdies, Mike Spata added his name to the Most Birdies list.

The Standings and Shot Counter pages will get updated asap.

So now, there are 2 Rain-Outs to make-up before the postseason starts.
Team captain’s were notified this week that those original lineups would
get listed. If changes are needed, that info needs to be relayed to Mike
Zarecky so he can make the necessary changes on Friday.
dg





Results from July 27

30 07 2015

Monday’s results are posted on the golf league web page.

Last Monday’s matches was 1 of 2 Rain-Outs we had to deal with this season.
We just need to get the next one completed so the post-season can start.
In the past few years, the league has averaged 5 rain-outs per season, so
with just two, that’s a big relief. Not only to have to make them up, but
a double-elimination post-season was voted in for this season.

The Bracket is made, and 2 teams have secured their spots. Next Monday’s
results will fill out the rest of the slots.

As for last Monday, all even numbered teams won their match with 60 points.
Each match ended 48-40, but the odd numbered teams lost team net, and the 12
points that goes with it.

The closest battle was between Teams 1 and 4, with Phillip Kessler (40) leading
the way while adding his name to the Season High Points list with 20. His Birdie
putt on #9 could be blamed for the 1-stroke team net advantage.

So rain or shine, be prepared to battle next Monday.

Lineups for next Monday need to be submitted to Mike Zarecky by the COB Thursday.
dg





Results from June 29

7 07 2015

You’ve probably already seen the results from 6/29, and got an idea who did what.

The Deer Run course was still stingy on Pars (4) or Better (1). With two of the Pars, and the only Better, Kelly Tremblay was the difference maker in this match. Along with 16 points from Joe Grames and the 6 stroke net advantage, Team 5 edged out Team 4, 54-46.

Over on the Cardinal, 33 Pars and 4 Birdies were handed out. Team 3 remained unbeaten with the 63-37 win over Team 1. Led by Les Richardson’s 18 points, and 14 each from Danny Machie and Mark Wiseman, Spata’s Spartans are still searching for some competition.

In the other match, making 6 Pars and carding a 44 would be a good round unless you had to face a career day from Dennis Merritt. Dennis also sank 6 Pars and grabbed a couple of Birdies to finish with a season best low gross 35 and a season best low net 28. Team 2 only had 3 players show up, but Merritt got help from a new club toting, new grip using Chris Cuevas. Chris also ended with his season’s best (score of 48 and 18 points) in their 59-28 win against Team 6.

Keep up the good work with getting the scorecards turned in for processing, and submitting those team lineups on time.

dg





Results from Monday, June 15, 2015

18 06 2015

As with the temperature, the scores on the Deer Run course were higher than anyone wanted. While most were cancelling each other out, Joe Thomas was able to steal a couple of holes to help Team 6 sneak past Team 1, 60-40. The contest ended 48-40, but Team 6 was able to get the 12 bonus points by winning low team net by 6 strokes.

Over on the Cardinal course, another match ended 48-40, but a 4 stroke team net advantage gave Team 5 the win over Team 2, 60-40. Al Gavalya, subbing for the team that only had 3 available players, led the charge with his season best 15 points. Gary Croke pitched in 14 points with the aid of a Birdie and 3 Pars.

In the other Cardinal match, Team 3 continued its unbeaten streak. Finally winning a featured match, Danny Machie led the squad with 16 points. The real battle turned out to be between Chris Dreyfuss(40) and Wesley Moore(42). Chris got 4 Pars and a Birdie, and Wes ended with 2 Birdies and 2 Pars. Even though Wes wasn’t able to take advantage of the 3 free strokes, he was able to win net by 1. Captain Mike Spata (applying the “ready for golf” skill set) had 2 Pars and a Birdie.

It will most likely be another HOT one next Monday, so be prepared for the high temperatures.

Captain’s should have their team lineup submitted to Mike by the end of Thursday.
Thanks,
dg





Results from June 1, 2015

4 06 2015

On the Deer Run course, Team 3 continued its unbeaten streak with a win over Team 2, 65-35. With 15 points each, Mark Wiseman(42) and Tina Menefee(47) led the attack that ended with all four players scoring in double digits, and net scores in the 30’s.

Over on the Cardinal course, Team 6 almost had a similar outcome against Team 5, but Joe Grames spoiled that. Joe’s 43 and season’s best 29 net, outpointed Keith Blackburn (who finished with a 42 and a season’s best 6 Pars). But the rest of the gang, led by Jim Coleman’s 18 points took care of business for the 69-31 win.

In the other Cardinal match which ended 44-44, season lows from Ed Daly(42) and Gayle Coleman(49) were not enough against Team 4, which got 16 points each from Whit Seay and John Ferriera, and gained the 12 net bonus points by 6 strokes for the 56-44 victory.

— DLG





Results from May 18, 2015

20 05 2015

Results from Monday are posted on the golf league web page.

Monday was just a taste of what June, July, and August will be like. It felt 10 degrees cooler in the shade.

Since the league had to play the same course, it seemed like a good idea to ask for earlier tee-times. We were able to get a dozen players that could start before the leagues assigned tee-times.

A big THANKS to each one of them.

In one of the matches, Team 3 remained undefeated against Team 1 65-35. The group was led by Les Richardson’s 19 points.

Team 4 had all 4 players scoring in double-digits. Led by Curt Hovator’s 18 points and season low net (30), held off Team 5 66-34.

In the closest match of the day, led by Matt Marchlik (17 pts) and Chris Cuevas (16 pts), Team 2 won total net by 3 strokes to seal the win against Team 6 58-42.

The course was stingy, but Dennis Miner was able to get 4 Pars, and Mike Spata and Curt Hovator each got a Birdie.

Just a reminder that there are NO league matches scheduled for next Monday. League play will resume on June 1st.

Enjoy the Holiday!
Get some rest.
Get some practice.
See you in June…
dg





2014 Jefferson Lab Fall Golf Outing

8 09 2014

It’s time again for the 2014 Jefferson Lab Fall Golf Outing.

This year’s event will be held on Friday, October 17th, at the Golden Horseshoe Golf Club (Green Course) in Williamsburg, Va.

The tourney will kick off at 12:00PM with a shotgun start.

The format will be a handicapped Captains Choice.

Your foursome must include at least two JLab employees. The cost for Jefferson Lab employees (you qualify if you receive a paycheck from JSA – Jefferson Science Associates, LLC) is $60. The cost for non-JLAB employees is $75. The cost includes range balls, green fees, cart, & food after the tournament.

Mulligans will be sold at the course.

Directions to the course from Jefferson Lab:

  • From Interstate 64, take Exit 238 onto Route 143 East.
  • Follow Route 143 to the second traffic light and bear right onto Route 132 (Henry Street). And continue on Henry Street through the Historic Area.
  • At the third traffic light, turn left onto Francis Street. Continue on Francis Street; then turn right at the second street, South England Street. The Golden Horseshoe Club House will be on the left.

Please see Mike Zarecky, TED 2500/19, to sign up. When you sign up, you must list your average score for 18 holes. Please make checks payable to Mike Zarecky.

The deadline for registering for the tournament is Monday Oct. 13th. If you have any questions, please contact Mike Zarecky, x7609 or Danny Machie, x7501

 








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