Disc Up Paul,
First off, congratulations again on the taking of the trophy and championship of the Traveling Outlaw Event
, you put together a great team and Steve is the undisputed belly flop king.
You are correct; we did not fare well at all. We could have gone Am. or Advanced Grandmasters, but we wanted to play the courses at their hardest. It was my first foray into true professional competition as my partner and I went against 2 sponsored pro’s. They had us by 6 strokes and they were not even in 1st at the break! I guess that I need to start by getting into better physical shape so I can stand the rigors of that type of play, not even mentioning the need to better my putting and increasing the distance & accuracy of my drives. Also getting better on my mid-range is a necessity for pro play. Heck that sounds like a lot of work.
It was the senior Albanese that played.
Don’t worry about the warm weather, it changed Tuesday and we are now chilly as well. I never did find out why we are not getting some $$ for using the Outlaw
name, but this event was posted after I talked to Paragon (sponsor of the event) about supplying dry-fit shirts for the next Traveling Outlaw Event
. Hmmm. For the next Traveling Outlaw Event
an idea could be having team colored event shirts instead of 1 colored event shirts. The LAKERS
have already taken blue if this is the way that we go & Fox Valley would have next call for colors.
Now what is this I hear about Fox Valley taking on Discontinuem?
Where can I read about this, as Trotter said that you guys were tearing up the website about how much fun it was? Are you already practicing your team for the 2011 Traveling Outlaw Event
I guess you are going to make us actually practice our fun pushing ability. We still own the rights to the party, 2 years running. Peoria get ready