Event & Skins)
September 19, 2004
to all of you who made the trip to Bunker Hill to play golf on Sunday
rather than watch the demise of the US Ryder Cup team or the awful
display of football put on by the Cleveland Browns.
course was there for the taking, and “Ironman” Skip Fairbanks
posted his first win of the season and second of his storied Mulligan
Tour career. Skip does
not have email, so I won’t write anymore, but he is certainly a
Jennings posted another solid result as this rookie is making a strong
case for “Rookie of the Year” honors.
He, Tim Rath and Dennis Beno will have to fight it out in the
upcoming 2 day finale.
of Mr. Beno, his raw talent propelled him to a 3rd place
finish. Despite an 8 on
the difficult 6th hole, Dennis kept it together and finds
himself only 1 point out of the money for the Tour Championship.
Parkes, basking in the glory of Europe’s sheer domination in the
Ryder Cup, inched his way into the top spot on the Points Leaderboard.
He is followed closely by the ever-dangerous Dave Hawk who is
looking to avoid another second place finish on Tour.
Acting Tour Director Chuck Nagy continues to linger near the
top, with Dennis Beno and Tim Rath closely behind.