White Birch Spring League

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Re: White Birch Spring League

Postby jeffthrow6892 on Mon May 25, 2009 10:30 pm

I guess the last few weeks or so Bob & I have been bringing out the "A" game(& then some!!) out of our opponents!! That 75 last Thurs. was just positively SICK!! :shock: People afterward were asking me what THREE holes that night they DIDN'T birdie, & hell, I couldn't remember, it sure seemed like they got ALL OF THEM!! :!:
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Re: White Birch Spring League

Postby Working Stiff on Mon May 25, 2009 11:52 pm

Revised standings - One correction made in B-league.

"A" League
1 Laufenberger-Funke 80 79 81 83 82 75 480
2 Stulce-Theohar 81 87 79 79 78 77 481
3 Abernathy-Murdick 77 80 85 83 84 77 486
4 Behle-Goodall 85 81 82 79 81 79 487
5 Streiler-Edelen 80 77 83 84 84 80 488
6 Waidmann-Wulf 80 84 83 83 79 80 489
7 Henke-Lesniak 83 83 85 85 82 83 501
8 Barklage-Lang 80 83 86 86 86 83 504
9 Hydar-McKinley 84 83 83 85 88 84 507
10 Wynn-Luttrell 80 85 83 88 83 91 510

"B" League
1 Bradley-Bullerdieck 80 93 88 85 85 84 515
2 West-Woltering 80 85 93 88 86 87 519
3 Belch-Meyer 82 90 88 83 87 93 523
4 Williams Radtke 83 88 92 86 92 86 527
5 McClellan-Rodgers 86 85 87 94 87 90 529
6 Stieg-Schumacher 86 89 87 95 87 87 531
7 Belch-Corrigan 88 83 93 92 84 92 532
8 Merry-McDonough 90 92 85 87 89 93 536

"C" League
1 McElroy-Pusateri 91 94 88 89 99 94 555
2 McClellan-Shinstock 89 94 94 98 91 90 556
3 Lamberti-Morgan 90 99 96 92 94 91 562
4 Quinlisk-Shaun 90 91 102 93 92 95 563
5 Heidemann-Taylor 95 93 97 91 95 95 566
6 Franklin-Unknown 88 95 93 114 92 84 566
7 Tebeau-Tebeau 97 98 101 99 90 91 576
8 Cowell-Angelo 90 96 97 100 99 108 590
9 Spangler-Stimac 90 91 144 94 144 144 707
10 Cohea-Unknown 103 144 144 144 108 105 748
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Re: White Birch Spring League

Postby REDARMY on Tue May 26, 2009 1:12 am

480???

that's an average of 14 under.

i know white birch is an easy course, but sweet jesus...
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Re: White Birch Spring League

Postby bobosun on Tue May 26, 2009 9:52 am

Yes that was quite nice to witness. They missed #2 the first round and 18 both times, for a 75. And yes it did feel like they didn't miss any. Hats off to Steve and Nick.

Lets not forget Mark & Jon's 36 in the dark with Jon's ace on 9.

Great scores guys!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Who wants to shoot a 72?, Play with us this week & see!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Re: White Birch Spring League

Postby Working Stiff on Tue May 26, 2009 10:18 am

Average score for 18 holes:

Laufenberger-Funke 40.000
Stulce-Theohar 40.083
Abernathy-Murdick 40.500
Behle-Goodall 40.583
Streiler-Edelen 40.667
Waidmann-Wulf 40.750
Henke-Lesniak 41.750
Barklage-Lang 42.000
Hydar-McKinley 42.250
Wynn-Luttrell 42.500

So, yeah. If you are not 14 down you are not getting it done.

That has always been the competitive draw to this league. It's not so much that the holes are hard to birdie, becasue they are not. However, at other courses if you both miss a makable putt and leave a birdie on the course, you may or may not be giving up a stroke to your competition. It's easy to shake it off. At White Birch when you leave a birdie on the course you KNOW you gave up a stroke to your competition. You have to get it back mentally fast becasue if you let it get in your head and mess up the next hole you gave up TWO stokes. I could name several really good local players who lost White Birch leagues on the last night by letting a bad shot linger in their head and instead of giving up one stroke they gave up two or three. On other courses you might get a chance to make that up. Not at White Birch. That's the pressure of this league. If you miss the harder birdie holes (2,16,18) you can miss one other hole and stay in the hunt.

So when guys say they don't see the challenge of playing White Birch, they just don't appreciate that. It's not that the holes are that hard to birdie, it the fact that you HAVE to birdie them, every week.
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Re: White Birch Spring League

Postby clanger on Tue May 26, 2009 3:13 pm

Well put.
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Re: White Birch Spring League

Postby Working Stiff on Tue Jun 02, 2009 11:01 am

Week Seven
Results

What, no scores in the 70's? Weak. :lol:

"A" League
1 Laufenberger-Funke 80 79 81 83 82 75 81 561
2 Stulce-Theohar 81 87 79 79 78 77 86 567
3 Streiler-Edelen 80 77 83 84 84 80 80 568
4 Abernathy-Murdick 77 80 85 83 84 77 84 570
5 Behle-Goodall 85 81 82 79 81 79 86 573
6 Waidmann-Wulf 80 84 83 83 79 80 85 574
7 Henke-Lesniak 83 83 85 85 82 83 83 584
8 Barklage-Lang 80 83 86 86 86 83 85 589
9 Hydar-McKinley 84 83 83 85 88 84 85 592
10 Wynn-Luttrell 80 85 83 88 83 91 88 598

"B" League
1 Bradley-Bullerdieck 80 93 88 85 85 84 84 599
2 West-Woltering 80 85 93 88 86 87 95 614
3 McClellan-Rodgers 86 85 87 94 87 90 89 618
4 Belch-Meyer 82 90 88 83 87 93 96 619
4 Belch-Corrigan 88 83 93 92 84 92 87 619
6 Stieg-Schumacher 86 89 87 95 87 87 90 621
7 Merry-McDonough 90 92 85 87 89 93 88 624
8 Williams Radtke 83 88 92 86 92 86 99 626

"C" League
1 McClellan-Shinstock 89 94 94 98 91 90 90 646
2 Franklin-Unknown 88 95 93 114 92 84 83 649
3 McElroy-Pusateri 91 94 88 89 99 94 98 653
3 Quinlisk-Shaun 90 91 102 93 92 95 90 653
5 Lamberti-Morgan 90 99 96 92 94 91 95 657
6 Heidemann-Taylor 95 93 97 91 95 95 101 667
7 Tebeau-Tebeau 97 98 101 99 90 91 97 673
8 Cowell-Angelo 90 96 97 100 99 108 101 691
9 Spangler-Stimac 90 91 144 94 144 144 144 851
10 Cohea-Unknown 103 144 144 144 108 105 144 892

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Re: White Birch Spring League

Postby xlforlife on Tue Jun 02, 2009 8:51 pm

So this being the last thursday is this when thew ace frisbees and trophys are given out
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Re: White Birch Spring League

Postby clanger on Tue Jun 02, 2009 10:05 pm

I believe the ace trophys are usually available at the 1st week of the next league.
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Re: White Birch Spring League

Postby bobosun on Thu Jun 04, 2009 8:23 am

All the trophies are in to date. So if you hit an ace tonight you will get that trophy next week.
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