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Results for 7 September Match

On the eve of Hurricane Irma, an eerie silence befell the island, except at Palmetto, where 42 LMGA members continued to enjoy golf, kinship, and free beer.

Results for 31 August Match

It was the popular "pick six" scramble at Marshwood, and Heyman, Monaco, and Welch ran away from the field in Flight One by sinking putts from everywhere.

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LMGA Speaker Series: Inside the PGA Tournament Experience Monday Oct 23

Results for 24 August Match

At Marshwood, the game was a team Stableford.  A dozen guys moved up the leader board for Player of the Year points.

Results for 17 August Match

It was Bouchillon-Abrose Cup day at Oakridge.  Plantation edged Oakridge and Deer Creek beat Marshwood in the tightest Cup race to date. 

Results for 10 August Match

At Deer Creek, the game was two or more.  Big day for Rib Rubin and Herb Gallagher (again!). 

Results for 3 August match

On a humid day at Oakridge, the game was team Stableford.  It was a great day as no one embarassed themselves, except for maybe Kevin Olson. Click for more..

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Results for 20 July Match

On Bouchillon-Ambrose Cup day at the Plantation course, Oakridge clobbered Deer Creek and Plantation mustered just enough past glory to eke by Marshwood.  The result was a three way tie for first place in what is shaping up to be the tightest and most exciting Cup race ever!

Results for 13 July Match

On a steambath at Magnolia, the game was a team Stableford with 3 contests--front nine, back nine, and overall 18.  Winners were a combination of good guys and good guys who also happen to be bandits.