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After leading for the majority of the season, Steve Buffington has won the 2013 Southers Marsh Cup!
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Turkey Shoot - A Division - 48 Players

Our regular league and tournament players

1. Colin Dillon and Chris Howland - 59-52
2. Larry Parsons and Joe MacInnis - 57-53
3. Jocko Tavares and Steve Buffington - 58-54
4.(t) Keith Norton and Paul Crimmins - 61-55
4.(t) Mark McNally and John McNally - 61-55
4.(t) Roger Juhola and Laurie Juhola - 66-55

Birdies
Hole 3 - Roger Juhola and Laurie Juhola
Hole 6 - Eric Fernandez and Jack Furtado
Hole 9 - Andy Rosen and Stu Thompson
Hole 11 - JoJo Keller and Nick Baker
Hole 16 - John Harkins and Bobby Barrett
Hole 17 - Jocko Tavares and Steve Buffington

Turkey Shoot - B Division - 58 Players

1.(t) Dean Kelliher, Jr. and Brian Geer - 57-51
1.(t) Wes Lottes and Jim Brown - 58-51
3. Jim McKeon and Mike Cooley - 65-52
4. Jim Mullen and Don Feaman - 59-53
5. Cody Morrison and Alex Morrison - 59-56

Birdies
Hole 3 - Dan Campbell and Danny Soell
Hole 7 - Cody Morrison and Alex Morrison
Hole 10 - Mike Rojewski and Kevin Fogg
Hole 12 - Ken Vincent and Drew Dyer
Hole 16 and 18 - Kevin English and Gilbert Kent
Hole 17 - Dean Kelliher, Jr. and Brian Geer

Closest to the Pins
Hole 2 - Round of Beers - Stu Thompson
Hole 3 - Almost Full Gallon of Flieschmann's Whiskey - Millie Owen
Hole 5 - Choice of Sunglasses from the Lost and Found - Don Welinsky
Hole 7 - Sleeve of Pro V1s - Rick Johnson
Hole 9 - Autographed Photo of JD Marks - Jim Brown
Hole 11 - Wedge from Lost and Found - JoJo Keller
Hole 12 - Bottle of Nikolai Vodka - Drew Dyer
Hole 14 - Weekday Round in January - Emil Giordano
Hole 16 - $30 Gift Card - Stu Thompson
Hole 17 - Round of Beers - Ted Flynn, Sr.

Will Jr.'s Red Team Reclaims the Ryder, 12.5-7.5

Saturday Matches
In the first match, Bill Holm and Joe Ely walked all over Victor Lahteine and Bill MacNevin on the front nine better ball match. On the back side, the two teams traded the first two holes and the match remained tied until 18, where Victor and Bill wilted under the pressure with a double bogey to lose another point.
In the second match Mark Chalas and Emil Giordano coasted to victory on the front, but then dropped the first hole of the back nine. They finally evened the score with a par on 14, and then closed out the match by winning the 16th and 17th holes.
But all was not lost for Big Will's Blue Team. After being down to Steve Buffington and Andy Rosen 2-0 after 2 holes, Paul McAuliffe and Pat O'Brien won the next 2 holes, only to drop the 5th to go back in the tank. However, Pat made a 4-net 3 on 8, and then Paul made a 3-net 2 on 9 to take the match. The back nine was a similarly close match with 3 lead changes until Steve and Andy won the last hole to squeeze out a much needed half point.
In the final match of the day between Jocko Tavares and Paul Rodrigues for the blue team and Earl Owen and John Gove for red, the two teams battled back and forth until Jocko's par on 7 put them up by 2 with 2 to play. Not to give up, John made a 4-net 3 on 8 to push the match to the 9th, but the teams tied with bogeys giving Jock and Paul the win, 1 up. On the back, Jocko and Paul were through messing around, and won the first 3 holes of the back nine and cruised to a 4 and 2 victory.

Sunday Matches
In an expert coaching move, Will Jr. told Jocko (2-0 on Saturday) that he had to work, and substituted in Robbie "Cannonball" Dries (0-2 on Sunday), captain of the Plymouth North Golf Team in his place, ruining team chemistry for the blue squad.

On the front nine, Joe and Bill Holm won a tight scramble against Victor and Cannonball, winning the 4th hole with a birdie, and then the 8th hole with a par to take the match 2 and 1.
Pat and Paul McAuliffe made their own birdie on 4 to tie their match against Emil and Mark, only to lose 3 of the next 4 holes in a 3 and 1 defeat.
In another great match Steve and Andy twice battled back from deficits and then took their first lead with a birdie on the 7th. Alas it was not to be as Paul Rodrigues and Bill MacNevin made a 4-net 3 on 8 and then closed out the match with a par to take the match 1 up. In the final scramble match, John and Earl won the 3rd, 4th, and 6th holes and held on for a 3 and 2 win.

Going into the back nine, Red now held a 3 point lead 7.5-4.5. A good lead, but not insurmountable. Looking to set the tone, Bill Holm wiped the floor with Cannonball, winning the first 5 holes of the back nine with 2 birdies and a gross 1 under par through that 5 hole stretch to take the match 5 and 4. Cannonball will be known as Spongeball from now on, as named by his playing partner Victor Lahteine. Victor and Joe also did battle, with Joe also making 2 birdies in his first 5 holes, and yet the match was still even up. They continued to battle, until Joe made a par to win the hole and halve the match on 18.
Pat O'Brien won the first 3 holes of his match against Emil, and eventually cruised to a 5 and 3 victory.
Paul McAuliffe twice had the lead against Mark Chalas, only to have Mark battle back to tie and then take the lead on 17. When they halved with bogeys on 18, Mark got another much needed point for the red team.
Steve Buffington had had enough of his shaky performance earlier in the competition, and won the first 4 holes of his match against Paul Rodrigues, who was undone by having to conform to a team uniform rather than his usual flashy attire.
Andy Rosen and Bill MacNevin battled back and forth with several lead changes, but Bill won the 17th to take a 1 up lead, only to have Andy rally to a fitting tie on 18 by making a par.
John Gove fell behind Bob Adams on the 13th hole, and 2 behind on 15 as Bob held on for the win to salvage some dignity for the blue team.
In the last match of the day, Art Keddy parred the first hole against Earl to take the lead, but then spit the bit losing the next 2. He evened it up with a great par on 13, but lost it again on 14 to Earl's par. But Earl made a birdie on 16 to take the match.

Final Ryder Cup Results

Round 1 - Front Nine - Better Ball, Back Nine - Scotch
Red Wins 4.5-3.5

(Red Teams listed first)
Joe Ely and Bill Holm beat Victor Lahteine and Bill MacNevin, 2-0
Emil Giordano and Mark Chalas beat Bob Adams and Art Keddy, 2-0
Steve Buffington and Andy Rosen lost to Paul McAuliffe and Pat O'Brien, 0.5-1.5
John Gove and Earl Owen lost to Jocko Tavares and Paul Rodrigues, 0-2

Round 2 - Front Nine - Scramble
Red Wins 3-1

Joe Ely and Bill Holm beat Victor Lahteine and Robbie Dries, 1-0
Emil Giordano and Mark Chalas beat Paul McAuliffe and Pat O'Brien, 1-0
Steve Buffington and Andy Rosen lost to Paul Rodrigues and Bill MacNevin, 0-1
John Gove and Earl Owen beat Bob Adams and Art Keddy, 1-0

Round 2 - Back Nine - Match Play
Red Wins 5-3

Joe Ely tied Victor Lahteine, 0.5-0.5
Bill Holm pummeled Robbie Dries, 1-0
Emil Giordano lost to Pat O'Brien, 0-1
Mark Chalas beat Paul McAuliffe, 1-0
Steve Buffington beat Paul Rodrigues, 1-0
Andy Rosen tied Bill MacNevin, 0.5-0.5
John Gove lost to Bob Adams, 0-1
Earl Owen beat Art Keddy, 1-0

Birdies - Round 1
Hole 5 - Joe Ely and Bill Holm
Hole 11 - Victor Lahteine and Bill MacNevin
Hole 13 - Paul McAuliffe and Pat O'Brien

Birdies - Round 2
Hole 1 - Paul Rodrigues and Bill MacNevin
Hole 7 - Steve Buffington and Andy Rosen
Hole 10 - Bill Holm
Hole 12 - Joe Ely
Hole 18 - Paul Rodrigues

Club Championship - 15 Players

Eric Fernandez held on to his first round lead to take home this year's Club Championship! Scoring conditions were extremely difficult with fast greens and high winds in the second round. Tim Cuthbert had the low round on Sunday, but had an unfortunate stretch on Tuesday which took him out of contention. John Harkins and former champion Ed Monteiro were within striking distance, but neither could mount a charge on Saturday under the conditions, as Eric cruised to a 5 shot victory. Great win by Eric!

Greg Skellet made 4 birdies in the second round to take home the net championship, carding a 77 which is that much more impressive when you look at the scores of the leaders.

Low Gross
1. Eric Fernandez - 67-73-140
2. Tim Cuthbert - 76-69-145
3. John Harkins - 69-77-146

Low Net
1. Greg Skellet - 62-63-125
2.(t) Ed Montiero - 62-68-130
2.(t) Mark Chalas - 62-68-130
2.(t) Andy Rosen - 66-64-130

Birdies - First Round
Hole 1 - Andy Rosen
Hole 3 - Colin Dillon
Holes 7 and 14 - Steve Buffington
Hole 8 - John Harkins
Hole 12 - Ed Monteiro
Hole 16 - Bill Harriman
Hole 18 - Tim Cuthbert

Birdies - Second Round
Hole 2 - John Harkins
Hole 3 - Doug Vance
Hole 4 - Paul Rodrigues
Holes 7, 11, 13, and 17 - Greg Skellet
Hole 12 - Ed Monteiro

SMGC Cup Finals - August 17

Low Gross
1. Tim Cuthbert - 63

Low Net
1. Victor Lahteine - 58
2.(t) Leigh Mackay - 60
2.(t) Andy Rosen - 60

Birdies
Holes 4 and 7 - Tim Cuthbert
Hole 6 - Leigh Mackay
Hole 9 - Victor Lahteine
Hole 11 - Andy Rosen

Scotch Tournament - August 11

1. Steve Buffington and Paul Rodrigues - 60
2. Earl Owen and Millie Owen - 65

Birdies
Hole 3 - Earl Owen and Millie Owen
Hole 15 - Steve Buffington and Paul Rodrigues

British Open Results - July 20



Net
Player 
Total
SMGC 
Place
Score
PGA Player
Score
Score
Points
1
Mark Chalas
61
Adam Scott
70
131
110
2
Ron Shevenell
62
Lee Westwood
70
132
100
3
Jack Furtado
60
Zach Johnson
73
133
90
4
John Gove
62
Tiger Woods
72
134
80
5
Chad Blackmon
64
Dustin Johnson
76
140
70
6
Andy Rosen
71
Phil Mickelson
72
143
50
6
Paul Rodrigues
70
Angel Cabrera
73
143
50
6
Steve Buffington
66
Miguel Jimenez
77
143
50
9
Earl Owen
68
Charl Schwartzel
76
144
30
10
Ben Stanton
75
Henrik Stenson
74
149
20
11
Emil Giordano
77
Bubba Watson
77
154
10


Birdies
Holes 2 and 7 - Jack Furtado
Holes 8 and 13 - Paul Rodrigues
Hole 15 - Mark Chalas

Cranberry Cup Results - July 6

1. Eric Fernandez and Steve Buffington - 51
2.(t) Scott Ivan and Aaron Ferris - 56
2.(t) Tim Cuthbert and Dick Duncan - 56

Birdies
Hole 1 - Tim Cuthbert and Dick Duncan
Holes 4, 5, 9, 12, 13, 14, 15, and 18 - Steve Buffington and Eric Fernandez
Holes 7 and 10 - Scott Ivan and Aaron Ferris

Flag Tournament Results - June 27

1. Steve Buffington - First Fairway

Birdies
Hole 3, 5, and 16 - Steve Buffington

Bramble Tournament Results - June 22 - 16 Players

1. Andy Rosen and Stu Thompson - 53
2. Tim Cuthbert and Paul Rodrigues - 54

Birdies
Hole 5 - Gabe Lortie and Brandon Jordan

Dust Up Tournament Results - June 15 - 13 Players

Congratulations to Andy Rosen, who had a career day! He shot a 68 to take low gross and his net score was a 50, a whoopping 11 strokes under par!

Low Gross
Andy Rosen - 68

Low Net
Earl Owen - 55

Birdies
Hole 8 - Emil Giordano
Hole 15 - Jack Furtado
Hole 18 - Paul Rodrigues

3 Club Tournament - June 1 - 12 Players

Low Gross
Eric Fernandez - 64

Low Net
Paul Crimmins - 58

Birdies
Hole 1 - Sean Bauchard
Hole 5 - Andy Rosen
Holes 7 and 15 - Paul Rodrigues
Holes 10 and 12 - Paul Crimmins
Hole 18 - Eric Fernandez

Cross Country - May 19 - 14 Players

Low Gross
Victor Lahteine, Paul Hachey, and Ken Ferriera

Low Net
Ed Brightman, Keith Faria, Rob Robishaw, and Josh Ellis

Birdies
Hole 1 - Ed Brightman, Keith Faria, Rob Robishaw, and Josh Ellis
Holes 4 and 8 - Stu Thompson, Steve Buffington,
Paul Rodrigues, and Andy Rosen
Hole 5 - Victor Lahteine, Paul Hachey, and Ken Ferriera

Member-Guest - May 4 - 18 Players

1. Earl Owen and Bill Chapman - 56
2.(t-won card off) Eric Fernandez and Andrew O'Brien - 58
2.(t-lost card off) Steve Buffington and Dave Devlin - 58

Birdies
Hole 1 - Joe Todesca and Taylor Lydon
Holes 7 and 14 - Bill Holm and Shawn Roderick
Holes 9 and 15 - Eric Fernandez and Andrew O'Brien
Hole 10 - Ron Shevenell and Paul Crimmins

3 Player Scramble - 21 Players

A three way tie for first, and only 2 strokes seperating first place from last place. Think about all those putts you left out on the course!

1. Eric Fernandez, Jack Furtado, and Ken Ferreira - -4 (Won Card-Off)
2. Tim Cuthbert, Dick Duncan, and Sandy Cuthbert - -4
3. Doug Vance, Paul Roderiques, and Kenny Gehl - -4

Birdies
Hole 3 - Steve Buffington, Andy Rosen, Earl Owen
Hole 6 - Bob Morlan, Dave Harlow, John Texera
Hole 8 - Eric Fernandez, Jack Furtado, Ken Ferriera
Holes 9 & 11 - Doug Vance, Kenny Gehl, Paul Rodrigues
Hole 17 - Tim Cuthbert, Dick Duncan, and Sandy Cuthbert

Masters Tournament - 29 Players



Gross 
Net
Player 
Total
SMGC 
Place
Score
HCP
Score
PGA Player
Score
Score
Points
1
Lou Rizzo
74
18
56
Bill Haas
72
128
290
2
Kurt Hochkeppel
77
18
59
Jason Day
70
129
280
3
Joe MacInnis
69
8
61
Stewart Cink
71
132
270
4
Greg Barker
68
6
62
Luke Donald
72
134
255
4
Larry Parsons
70
8
62
Nick Watney
72
134
255
6
Dan Hutchenson
78
11
67
Dustin Johnson
70
137
240
7
Bob Adams
84
14
70
John Huh
68
138
225
7
Chris Gifford
76
9
67
Lee Westwood
71
138
225
9
Graham Boutillier
83
14
69
Sergio Garcia
70
139
205
9
Ted Flynn
70
4
66
Freddie Jacobsen
73
139
205
11
Jim Judge
83
16
67
Matt Kuchar
73
140
185
11
Scott Whitcomb
70
5
65
KJ Choi
75
140
185
13
Steve Buffington
73
8
65
Bernhard Langer
76
141
165
13
Tom Donnelly
96
24
72
Adam Scott
69
141
165
15
Dick Duncan
83
11
72
Fred Couples
71
143
140
15
Bill MacNevin
85
17
68
Brandt Snedeker
75
143
140
15
Don Welinsky
79
10
69
Justin Rose
74
143
140
18
Dan Hochins
100
25
75
Ernie Els
69
144
110
18
Paul Rodrigues
82
12
70
Bo Van Pelt
74
144
110
18
Andy Rosen
84
16
68
Jim Furyk
76
144
110
21
Tim Cuthbert
73
1
72
Jason Dufner
73
145
80
21
Jack Furtado
87
12
75
Tiger Woods
70
145
80
21
Paul McAuliffe
97
22
75
Angel Cabrera
70
145
80
24
Mark Boutillier
83
10
73
Gonzalo Fdez-Castano
74
147
60
25
John Gove
91
17
74
John Senden
74
148
45
25
Earl Owen
98
22
76
Marc Leishman
72
148
45
27
Art Keddy
98
20
78
Tim Clark
73
151
30
28
Justin Callahan
83
6
77
Rickie Fowler
78
155
20
29
Steve Kelly
110
18
92
Zach Johnson
75
167
10


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