Was checking the handicap scores and noticed how well the back-fencers did. Made me do some counting: Of the 39 scores of 95 and above, 32 were by 27 yarders. Must be a popular place for the big dogs, eh?
We had "some" inclement weather, so since the forecast was for much better weather today, they were postponed until tonight.So, who won the miss and outs?
Hmm glad it didn't make it then. Picking and chooseing days and cutting up the money. Sounds like the beginning of the end.We had "some" inclement weather, so since the forecast was for much better weather today, they were postponed until tonight.
And, looking out the window (sunny and a clear blue sky), it was a good call.
This year the Miss 'n Outs will be done differently.
As in the past, everyone will still shoot from the 27 on the "qualification" round and if you miss you walk off the line.
But this year they are going to do three Lewis classes.
So, as in the past, everyone who breaks 25 will shoot off on 27-yard wobble, but there will also be two lower scores that will be determined using the Lewis Class rules that will go out and shoot 27-yard wobble for the money. So it is possible (not sure how probable) that someone could have a lone score and win $2,000 out right.
Should be interesting, and fun.