Results from August 31, 2015

1 09 2015

The scorecards from yesterday are posted on the golf league web page.

Team 6, led by Joe Thomas and Keith Blackburn, won 64-36 over Team 2. The win secured a spot in the Final.

Team 3, led by Chris Dreyfuss and Danny Machie, won 63-37 over Team 1. The win places them in an elimination match with Team 2 for the other remaining Final spot. The loss eliminated Team 1.

dg





Results, Post Season Week 2

19 08 2015

Results from Post-Season Week 2 was sent out via email.

With all 4 players scoring in the 40’s, and netting in the 30’s, Team 6 was able to pull off the upset over the #1 Seed Team 3, 67-33. The loss places Team 3 in the 2nd Chance Bracket next week to face off with Team 5. Team 6 will be idle next week, and will return in Week 4.

In the other match; Team 2, with all 4 players scoring double-digit points, scored a whopping 72 points in their win over Team 4. The loss also puts Team 4 into the 2nd Chance Bracket where they will meet Team 1. The victory for Team 2 gives them a week off, but they will return to battle Team 6 in Week 4.

A loss in Week 3 will end the season for two teams, while the winners will meet in Week 4 in another elimination match.

The Week 3 matches are scheduled to be played on the Cardinal course.

When the Webmaster gets back from exile, the Post-Season Bracket can get posted. Until then, each team captain has a copy that they can share with their members.

Teams 1, 3, 4, and 5 need to submit their lineups to Mike Zarecky by COB on Thursday. Also, have subs available just in case they are needed. Teams cannot use subs from other teams during the post-season.

dg





2015 Fall Golf Outing

13 08 2015

2015 Jefferson Lab Fall Golf Outing

This year’s event will be held on Friday, September 18th, 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 Jefferson Lab 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 fees, food after the tournament and prizes.

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 or current handicap. Please make checks payable to Mike Zarecky.

The deadline for registering for the tournament is Monday, September 14th. If you have any questions, please contact Mike Zarecky, x7609 or Danny Machie, x7501





Results from August 10

12 08 2015

Monday’s results were sent out via email.

In summary, the post-season got underway on the Cardinal course yesterday.
Both matches ended close, but team net helped with the wins in both.

In one of the matches, the score ended with Team 4 leading 48-40, but they
also got the 12 bonus points with a 12 stroke net advantage. Phil Kessler
(41) and Wes Moore (43) combined for 9 Pars to help in the win over Team 5.

The other match was a lot closer with Team 1 leading 46-42, but a 3 stroke team
net difference gave Team 6 the 12 bonus points to get the win over Team 1, 54-46.
Mike Zarecky (44) had his season best score in this slug-fest.

Moving forward to next week, Teams 1 and 5 will be idle, with Team 6 going up
against a rested Team 3, and Team 4 will be taking on Team 2. Both matches are
scheduled to play on the Deer Run course with assigned tee-times starting at 4.

Captain’s need to submit their lineup for Monday by COB Thursday to Mike Zarecky.

An added event will be played on the Cardinal course for those interested. A
limit of players will be required based on a start time at 4. A small entry fee
will be collected prior to play. So reserve your spot asap, and the desired tee
time you could start. Tee-times are spaced 7.5 minutes apart, and four-somes
will be formed.
dg





Results from August 3

6 08 2015

Last Monday’s results are not posted on the golf league web page, but the scorecards were sent out via email.

Monday was the last regular season week, and the last chance to add your name to the Season Stat Sheet.

As mentioned earlier, the post-season bracket was made, and 2 teams had already secured their places. The only unknown was, which team would finish in 2nd place, and get the first week off.

When the scores were tallied, Team 2 won their match, whereas Team 4 didn’t. So Team 2 gets next week off, as well as Team 3. The bracket will be sent to the team captains, and they can share it with you. Once the Webmaster returns, the bracket can be posted on the golf league web page.

Just to inform all, next Monday’s matches will be played on the Cardinal* course, with tee-times starting at 4:00. With the 1st and 2nd Seeds resting, Seed 3 (Team 4) will be matched up with Seed 6 (Team 5). The winner of this one will face Seed 2 (Team 2) in the second week of post-season. The loser will be placed in the 2nd chance bracket, and will have the second week off. In the other match, Seed 4 (Team 6) will play Seed 5 (Team 1). The winner of this one, will go against Seed 1 (Team 3) in the second week, and the loser will also be placed in the 2nd chance bracket and have the second week off. The Deer Run* course will be used for the second week matches.

* If available

So, Week 1 (8/10)

Cardinal Course:
4:00 PM Start

Team 4 vs Team 5
Team 1 vs Team 6

Week 2, Deer Run:
4:00 PM Start

Captain’s are asked to submit their team lineup for Monday (8/10) by COB on Thursday (8/6).

Thanks,
dg





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








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