Wednesday, May 17, 2017

Happy 50th Birthday Keeley........Supper league dodges severe weather.......Junkyard Dog up for adoption and Happy Mother's Day!

Supper league finished just in time last night! 

Your Bud Light team was rolled up like an old piece of carpet and thrown in the dumpster behind Bierl Carpet One! The carpets were led by Brad Hempstead’s one over 35. An asterisk exists with Hempstead’s match with Bud Two Troy Auen stemming from an incident in the trees in between 12 green and 11 tee. The ruling between the players on the course resulted in a victory for the carpets. An after the round pro shop rules meeting determined that it was a violation(Building a stance) which should have resulted in loss of hole. Just another example of good sportsmanship by your Bud Light Team. We might not win every week but we sure are nice guys.  
In the dumpster! 

Jon Sturm and Brad Pick clobbered Bud Three Steve “Hans” Auen and Mike Schulz. Auen was benched from last week but was called into duty to fill out the squad. Schulz on the other hand wins for the team every other week he plays. This publisher says you should play one more time each week and become an every week winner. The only winner for beers was Captain Mike Franey who outlasted the hot putter of Eagle Eye Colin Bierl. The carpets are tied for third.

Long time subscriber, top local amateur, highly successful and more veteran golfer Craig Mertz sat out of action to catch up on laundry! 2016 Papa Joe Classic Co-champion Steve Sinnard was in the basement of Rancho Grande hiding from the stormy weather and celebrating his wife’s Keeley’s 50th Birthday!

With the 6 to 2 loss the Bud Light teams falls to 5th tied with Eckerman Jewelry. The jewelry team features the PXG princesses…..Mike Jewels Eckerman and Casket Kyle Atkinson. Both PXG players shot 36 and lost to Jake Kimmes and Chris Van Dyke. Old balls Chad Kanne beat Ian Kimmes and Steve Kimmes and Peterman Tony Pietig battled to a tie. The 6 to 3 win for the gas stations leaves them still on top of the supper league 4.5 clear of Stiff Sticks.

Supper’s league most mature team Stiff Sticks tied with OH BOBBY! Chris Giguere and Brian Widdell beat Floridian Randy Hockom and Trusty Mike Nelson. Waspy’s Truck Stop head parking lot attendant Larry “Doc” Sporrer and Fairway Frank Comito beat new member Mike Soe and Rich Hartley.

Mid Iowa Team was flying high and stomped Champion Ford #2 8 to 2. Hy-Vee Store Director Brad Auge, the playing pride of Manning Iowa Aaron Ahrendsen and Produce Tom Duff all were victorious! The only loss for the Mid Iowa Team was the sick dog
Junkyard Dog needs adopted! 
Steve “Cuda” Quandt. Quandt is emotionally distraught after a Monday night back injury sidelined his farmer Papa Joe Pick. Ahrendsen and Auge scored two special event points with low gross and low net honors.

Landus Coop spilled the oil of Community Oil. Jay Drees and Jamming Joe Hinners beat head oil jobber Chico Kanne and Todd Kanne. Jerry Janson the only winner for the oil company. Inside reports indicate that a name change for next year from Community Oil to Fro Yo is coming. Free samples for all!

Graddy’s Tomatoes and Shamrock Boat Sales battled to a tie. Dr. Svensson won the boats and Digger Dave Nelson won for the tomatoes.

Highway 30 Car Wash doubled up Kasperbauer Cleaners 6 to 3. Assistant green keeper Kyle Peterson and John “Gretsky” Greteman were both winners for the car washes. Drain cleaner Wyatt Haukap beat former Carroll Country Club turned farmer Nick Schon. Spot Free Todd Pettitt was low gross with an even par round for the father of 12.

Champion Ford #1 beat JEO Consulting 6 to 4. Team owner Darin Putney and Monument Man Loren Boyce beat Highway 30 Coalition President Adam Schweers
Well Adam you see I am going to China! 
and Shawn Quam. JEO’s only winner was low net winner Cody Forch.
Proudly supporting their pink shirts Carroll Glass wrestled 2 points out of par. They sure looked stylish. Keith Pottebaum the only winner for the pinkies.

Special Events Winners:

Low gross – Car Wash Todd Pettitt and Aaron Ahrendsen
Low net – Cory Forch and Brad Auge
Closest to the pin – Monument Loren Boyce and Chris Van Dyke

Long Putt – John Gretsky and Jay Drees. The flag markers for this award were not pick up prior to last night’s storm. They were returned by the Greene County Sheriff’s Department….Good ole Greene County. 

Just saying..............

-Mouthpiece 1 and 2 Mike Franey and Tom Duff beat Junkyard Dog Cuda Quandt and Papa Joe Pick on Monday night. A lower back issue forced Pick to retire on hole 15th which did not seem to bother his partner as they were badly leaking oil. Once playing by himself Quandt managed to save some money. A time frame for Pick's return is questionable pending physical and psychiatric evaluation. 
Show me the money! 

-This publisher was medalist last night in the match with Steve "Cuda' Quandt and Produce Tom Duff. Easy to make money in America! 

Tell the world Keeley that you are now 50! 
Don't you tell them my age! 
Celebrity birthdays on Tuesday - Keeley Sinnard turned 50, Papa Joe Pick and Terry Axman. Peter Nelson today! 
Happy Mother's Day Mom! Thanks for Everything! 
First blog appearance for Wilton David Thomsen - the pride and joy of Grandpa Dave and Grandma Gina 
Join Scott and Curt on Thursday night at Pro Power

Respectfully Submitted, 

Mike Franey 

1 comment:

Brad Hempstead said...

I agree with the ruling and should have lost the hole. I did offer to play a provisional golf ball from the same spot and then confront the CCC Rule Committee after our round, but was told by Mr. Auen that would be unnecessary. The ruling was unclear in my mind at the time, but now will never be forgotten. That you for being gracious and showing class throughout this event.