Well done Carl and Holly. Entertaining watching the playoff between Carl and Andros, kind of like watching GroundHog Day. Good job Andros, with making it to the playoffs and taking over the reigns of this tournament.
Joined: 09 Nov 2005 Posts: 6916 Location: Dog River
Posted: Mon Sep 29, 2014 9:23 am Post subject:
So tired today. It's tiring playing with all those eyes on you. And I didn't exactly make it easy on myself. First of all, thanks Andrew for running a smooth and well organized Plaid Jacket. We are in good hands.
Second, thanks(I think) for the Super Duper Super Six Playoff marathon. I don't know what was worse, the play or the 3 drives back to the tee. It could have gone either way at that point. Although I was super excited to finally win, a little piece of me felt for you. You will win yours one day and probably in less tries.
It was a perfect and very enjoyable day! _________________ If you can't win the event in regulation, try, try, try again.
Joined: 07 Oct 2013 Posts: 481 Location: Carleton Place
Posted: Mon Sep 29, 2014 10:21 am Post subject:
Congratulations Carl and Holly!
Big kudos' to Andrew for making this event run smoothly. Lots of behind the scenes work is put in to this and you did an excellent job!
VERY exciting finish! From not once, not twice, but three times BOTH players could have taken the title. A rolling putter going OUT of bounds, then rolling BACK in and Andros to putt in to push the match. CARL missing his circle 4, ANDREW missing his circle 4! What a finish!
Great job both of you guys, very fun to watch and can't wait until the next event to see everyone! Cheers! _________________ Here's lookin' at you kid
Carl, nice win. That playoff hole was nerve wracking but the crowed loved it.
When a championship is being decided drama is truly king and that hole certainly delivered it.
Thanks to everyone for helping me make the 2014 Plaid Jacket a success, I couldn't have done it without you fine folks.
The volunteers. Wow, what can I say really?
Outstanding, comes to mind. Thanks a lot guys, you know who you are.
Thanks to everyone who donated $, prizes, discs, beverages, etc.
The Plaid is all about giving back, we did well on this front.
The Acepot was not claimed on Sunday and unfortunately I forgot to do the jumbo toss at the Ring of Fire. So seeing as some of the public has a $5 investment in this decision I will let the public decide here: PLAID ACE POT POLL ( The tryant isn't fond of polls however I think this merits one)
I hope to make the 2015 Plaid Jacket bigger and better. (...as well as create a clause regarding playoffs )
AV _________________ Hyzer enthusiast
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I happened to be out west of Ottawa yesterday so I stopped in at the Canadian. The Canadian left me a voicemail the day after the Plaid, saying they picked up a disc of mine, I could find it in the Pro shop.
What I found at the Pro shop was an 05 Ice Bowl disc belonging to Don Lane and a champ Mako (cybordelic, Charles E??). They gave both of these to me like they were super eager to get rid of them. My disc (a bright lime green Prodigy F3) was nowhere to be found.
This begs the question: Did anyone else stop by the Canadian Pro shop post-Plaid, and might have my F3 ??
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