Possible, I have to study all day but I am hoping to get there. If not tomorrow I will be there for sure on Thursday. What time are you thinking of going tomorrow? I can let you know for sure before you leave
Heavier the better. Anything 174 or up. I'd be willing to spend $40. But that is about the max. If they're more than that I will just have to do without. Anyway, see what you can do, if not, no big. I am planning on playing in the memorial next year so I can alway's try and get one then. Good luck!
Yah mon, we'll be there on friday - 3:00 sounds about right.
My law office is right by the park now at 821 Bancroft Way - between 5th and 6th on Bancroft Way. Why don't you stop by on your way to the course? email me back your cell number to: firstname.lastname@example.org - Let's talk tomorrow at the time draws nigh. \\
Hey Matt - long time no see. Let's try to get a round in together soon - maybe at GG or Berkeley. We play every friday at Berkeley at about 3 or 4, the time gets later as the days get longer. What's up with you?
OK - you definitely have the nastiest picture. I'm always thinking "is that an ass or what?"
Berkeley was pretty gnarly. We shot one up in tough, four down in best long, 11 down in best short, and four down in alternate. Ended up winning by two. I don't think we had the lead until we held on to a one stroke lead over Hagen and Harold Hampton for the last three holes.
We turned our card in with a 52 and it should have been a 51. Neal H. didn't stroke us and Hagen wasn't too happy about it. I thought they gave us a bad call on a water OB earlier. Oh well.
I putted and drove decently. Roger struggled with his putt most of the weekend, but pulled off a really nice birdie on 12 after I left it short, about 40.
I made several 25-ish putts into the wind. Sontag and Werner led the whole way by 3. Best we could do was tie them in rounds 2 and 3. They crumbled in alternate taking two fives and a bogey or two.
Nate Doss showed up with Don Smith. I think they crushed their opposition by 12 strokes. Nice to see the Champ still has time for the little people.