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How many 100's from 27 at the Grand

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  1. Dewnys

    Dewnys TS Member

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    How many people have broken 100 straight from the 27 at the Grand American. I'm sure I could research this but someone may have an idea off hand.

    Sam
     
  2. cueguy2

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    I have watched one. The year Eric Shroyer did it. My buddy Dan Collins ( now deceased ) was on the squad and I watched every shot. I was really pulling for him and I was probably more nervous than he was. Nubs Wagner.
     
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    and let's not forget last year Charlie Burkhous was the first 100 registered in handicap from the 27yd line! Also, Dennis DeVaux (sp?) from Mass? didn't he win the GAH a few years back?
     
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    and let's not forget last year Charlie Burkhous was the first 100 registered in handicap from the 27yd line! Also, Dennis DeVaux (sp?) from Mass? didn't he win the GAH a few years back?
     
  5. Robert Long

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    Dan Bonillas was the first to do so in 1975 in the Friday prelimenary handicap.

    Rob
     
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    In 1988 Britt was tied by a shooter on the 26 yard line. His name is Tom Jacome. He is from MA. Dennis Deveaux did break 100 from the 27 to win the GAH and he is from Vermont. JRM
     
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    The first 100/100 from the 27 to win the Grand American Handicap was Reg Jakamowski (spelling?), from Antioch, Ill. in 1974 or 05, wasn't it?
     
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    Shootlow: I admire your talent. Pleas rub a lucky stone and send it to me please! I need all the help can get.
     
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