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Forums : MFLS Central Forum Thread : The Masters
    [thread started by Arrows SC on Tue 5/19 9:57 ET]
    [moderated by 1860 Oakland, SDFC Macross]
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from Arrows SC
on Tue 8/18 6:08 ET
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We made the turn and started the back nine. Mohawks played a perfect par four, tenth hole with a par, and leads the pack at twelve under. Behind Mohawks, things got a bit tighter. FC Byrd Turgler took advantage of a monster drive and got in the hole in three for a birdie. FCBT gains a stroke and sits five back in second place. Wierder Bremen and Laws of Lalas are tied for third at five under, while Macross is in a three way tie for fourth at four under.

Things went from bad to worse for Avengers. He was obviously distracted at the tee when Plattsburgh, waiting for his turn, had a coughing fit just as Avengers went into his back stroke. Avengers topped the ball and it rolled down the tee and under a bush. When it was Plattsburgh’s turn to tee off, Avengers made a timely reach into his bag of Doritos as Plattsburgh was on his down stroke, and the distraction caused him to duff his shot as well. They glared at each other for the rest of the hole. Avengers finished with a triple bogey and Plattsburgh with a double bogey. Both are now at the bottom of the table. When they picked up, they laughed it off on their way to the next hole.

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from Arrows SC
on Tue 8/25 7:44 ET
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On the eleventh hole, Plattsburgh United muttered “enough is enough”. Languishing in last place, Plattsburgh smacked a drive that people will be talking about for years to come, nearly landing a hole in one on the par five. A tap in gave Plattsburgh a double-eagle. Though still at the bottom of the board, his six over for the round is a lot more respectable, and makes that part of the leaderboard a lot tighter.

In a strange feature of the nature of the scoring of this tournament, no team registered an eagle, as three golfers tied with the next best score. Instead, five golfers left the eleventh with a birdie. Among those was the leader, Mohawks, now at twelve under. FC Byrd Turgler fell two strokes with a bogey on eleven, but is still in second place, now tied with Laws of Lalas, who birdied the hole. Wierder Bremen managed only a par and is now in a tie for fourth with Top Shelf at five under.

El fútbol es así found the eleventh hole not so easy. His tee shot found the small bunker on the right of the fairway. His escape shot took him into the tall grass just off the lawn. El fútbol finally found the bottom of the cup after a triple bogey.

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from Seattle SC
on Tue 8/25 16:19 ET
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Said it the last couple years and still holds true, I'm the most boring golfer in this tournament every year. Never do anything interesting - I'm not sure I've even made the highlights once. Just par, -1 or +1, every hole.
from Arrows SC
on Tue 9/1 7:04 ET
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Mohawks continues to lead the back by a wide margin. A textbook par on the 420 yard par four maintains his six stroke lead over everyone else. The fun stuff happened with all the golfers chasing the leader. FC Byrd Turgler and Laws of Lalas, each tied for second at six under, both parred the hole. Brew City’s Wierder Bremen and Top Shelf were both one stroke behind them, and they both birdied the twelfth hole. Then Real New Britski got in the cup in two strokes for an eagle, bringing him to six under as well. We now have five golfers tied for second place at six under, waiting for the leader to slip up.

Redneck SC was languishing at the bottom end of the leaderboard, but caught the wind on his tee shot and drained a hole-in-one for a double-eagle. Redneck is now one stroke over, in the middle of the pack. Seattle, on the other side, fell from the middle of the pack toward the bottom. After a textbook tee shot, his approach shot found the cart path. His ball skipped playfully down the path, over the hill, and onto the green of the fourth hole. His ordeal ended with a triple-bogey.

The tournament will continue in MFLS week twenty-seven, with a very short par three.

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from Weirder Bremen
on Tue 9/1 9:30 ET
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Way to end the boring streak and make the
highlights, Matt.
from Seattle SC
on Tue 9/1 15:57 ET
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About time! ha, figures I bring up how I've never been in the highlights and the next week I have my worst week of the year. Sounds about right.
from Arrows SC
on Mon 9/7 14:03 ET
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The thirteenth hole was a short one. If you’re a golfer who relies on the big club, you were going to get schooled by those who have a better short game. Mohawks was unfazed by the change of pace, and landed in the cup with a perfect par. Mohawks remains in front at twelve strokes under, but out of nowhere comes Real New Britski to offer a serious challenge to the leader. Fresh off of an eagle on twelve, RNB amazed everyone with a double-eagle on the par three thirteenth. (The scorekeepers are still trying to figure that one out, but for sure the score counts.) RNB is now three strokes behind at nine under and has made a game of it.

Brew City brethren Laws Of Lalas and Top Shelf each posted a birdie and are now within five strokes of the lead, tied for third. SDFC Macross is also offering a challenge, chipping off two strokes with a hole-in-one eagle, and is at six under.

Wierder Bremen badly misplayed his tee shot, opting for a nine iron, despite the low hanging branches in front of the tee. His shot struck one of them and was swatted straight down into the tall grass in front of the tee. It took two more strokes to emerge from the jungle, before landing with a plunk after six strokes and a triple bogey.

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from Weirder Bremen
on Mon 9/7 21:50 ET
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My turn in the highlights this week. I was the one
who suggested a par 3 hole IIRC. Hoisted on my own
petard.
from Weirder Bremen
on Mon 9/7 21:51 ET
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That's what I get for making fun of Matt last week.
from Seattle SC
on Mon 9/7 21:57 ET
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Nice work, Fred. Karma.
from Arrows SC
on Mon 9/14 19:45 ET
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This was a really boring hole, a long par five, straight down the field, a clear shot at the pin, with few traps along the way. Not much at all happened. In fact, the top thirteen golfers did not move up or down the leaderboard. Mohawks still leads by three over Real New Britski. Laws Of Lalas and Top Shelf are tied at five strokes back. It is interesting to note that Mohawks is twelve under par for the round, but only at even par for the back nine.

cYber warriors was the only golfer to make a move, playing a masterful double-eagle. The warriors leap from twenty-first place up to fourteenth. The Busdrivers and Port City Navigators, both at the bottom of the table, shared a double-bogey for the hole.

As I said, it was a really boring hole.

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from Arrows SC
on Tue 9/22 7:26 ET
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Another golfer has asserted himself in the race to don the green jacket. FC Byrd Turgler stepped up to the tee on the par five, fifteenth hole and crushed a drive that some believe could still keep going if it did not hit a branch overhanging the green to swat it down. A tap in gave FCBT a double-eagle minus three, which lands the Turgler in a tie for second place with Real New Britski. Both are three strokes behind the leader, Mohawks. Mohawks and RNB both shot par.

The Shaolin Mystigods returned from a trip across the pond in style, chipping in from long distance for an eagle. The shot sent the Mystigods into a tie for third place with fellow Brew City mate Top Shelf at six under.

The Laws of Lalas may have played himself out of contention, with a costly double-bogey. His Brew City teammate, Canicas, may have played himself straight to the bottom of the card. Things looked good until his approach shot landed with a poof, deep into the kitty litter in front of the green. The high lip of the trap proved too much for him, as two attempts to chip out failed. Canicas reversed course and chipped out backwards to finish the hole with a triple bogey.

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from Shaolin Mystigods
on Tue 9/22 16:08 ET
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I should skip out of town and leave things with my staff more often. Now to figure out a way to get Todd to sleep in past his tee time.
from Mohawks
on Tue 9/22 16:40 ET
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I'm just trying as hard as I can to hold on right now!
from Arrows SC
on Thu 10/1 6:29 ET
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The leader, Mohawks, had left the door open for a challenger, playing even par the entire back nine so far. However, no one has stepped close enough to walk through. Mohawks still leads by three strokes over Real New Britski, with two holes left to play. FC Byrd Turgler dropped a stroke and is now four back.

The hot club on this hole was in the hands of Grass Pitch Please. His double-eagle on the par five, sixteenth hole was impressive, but not enough to lift him into contention. Plattsburgh United climbed out of the basement with an eagle. Redneck SC also posted an eagle, enough to get him below par for the round.

Dynamo Salem showed us the meaning of futility for this hole, after whiffing on his tee shot not once, but twice. He scored a triple-bogey after he finally got off the tee.

Hole 17 will be played on MFLS week 31. We will take a break on MFLS week 32, and then play the final hole on MFLS week 33.

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