Simply the best nocturnament known to man (around here). Where else would a disc night tournament be?
The Countess has suggested the next one be in the summer when it might be dry (drier?) and would probably start around 10 PM instead of the 5:30 PM that we started with on this occasion.
A double miracle bird was shot at hole 3 on the first round finding the tonal from about 160' out! The Count was amazed! He finished the round with a par score (two birds and two bogies). Other scores to follow but that was the best for the round.
Description of the play:
(As recalled by The Count)
That left 4 of us to play the best disc doubles on the 18. Count and Raven vs. Turtle and Eagle. It was a good start for TE team as they birded one, then both teams birded two, with an evening of the score on 3 as Count threw a nice bird (25' to the tonal in the woods) after Raven put us in a good position on her drive.
Both teams birded on 4 and then a par on 5 for CR with the first bogie going to TE. A pair of birds on 6, 7, with CR getting the only bird on 8, a pair of birds on 9 putting the CR team in the lead by only two strokes at the clubhouse turn.
Two birds on 10, a par for CR and a bird for TE on 11 drew them within one stroke, 12 saw a pair of pars with a bird for TE on 13 while a par for CR. Even up!
Down to the corner and lamp out target on 14 saw a pair of pars. 15 saw a pair of birds, then 16 saw the rare *bird for CR and par for TE. CR with the lead again.
17 was a pair of birds and then melt down as CR had to take a par while TE shot a bird. TIE! Both teams shooting a -11!
The Count actually shot pretty well, doing the long course 10 hole at par (2 birds and 2 bogies) and then teaming up with Joy (Raven) for a -11 while Kevin and Doug also shot a -11 playing best disc on the 18.
|Score board showing rain in the graphic. Scores on the left were the first round.|
Legs played her first round at par 3. Stepping it UP!
A scary bunch of whackos..