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Nickelodeon Newsletter 2006-10-10

Nickelodeon Newsletter 2006-10-10

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ANOTHER FULL HOUSE!NEW RECORD SET!
October 10, 2006By: Don NicholsAnsley Tuesday Afternoon Golf Tour 
It was another beautiful Tuesday afternoon that saw
19players
assemble into
five teams
to take on the challengingback nine while trying to beat the darkness in the waning weeksof the 2006 ATAG season. Despite starting at 4:33 pm, the lasttwo teams were straining to see as they finished the last hole asslow play by one of the groups backed up the field starting at#12. Those making the cut for this day’s match wereassembled into the following teams in accordance with theirtime of arrival:
Team 1 Team 2 Team 3Team 4Danny Morris Scotty Greene Richard Gilmore BradReeseKevin McGlynn Henry Sawyer P.J. Wade DavidDanzigTom Player Doug Healy Tim MartinDick PeaseTom Thornhill Frank Corrigan Doug Gooding DonNicholsscore:
 
-12
 
score:
 
-2score:-9
 
score:-18
 
Team 5Andy TyberRichard BatelaanBrooks Cowlesscore:-5
 
18 UNDER SETS ALL TIME ATAGRECORD!
In an unbelievable display of consistently good ball striking,
Team 4
members
Brad Reese, David Danzig, Dick Pease,and Don Nichols
blew away the field and set an
all timeteam ATAG record of 18
 
under
with gross scores of 
38
,
43
,
40
, and
41
respectively. Presenting the golden ale trophies tothe all time champions were
Team 2 members ScottyGreene, Henry Sawyer, Doug Healy, and Frank Corrigan
whose collective best was
2 under
, dropping three shots on theDate: October 10, 2006Issue #: 33
The Nickelodeon
Chronicling The Play and Behavior of ATAG Tour Players
Chief Editor
Don Nichols
Graphic Design Manager
Amanda Nichols
Sales and MarketingManager
“Pool Bar Dave” Nichols
Contributing Writers
Danny Morris
Photography
 
open
Publisher
NickelodeonPublications, IncSince 2005
ATAG
Ansley Tuesday AfternoonGolf Tour
Ansley Golf Club
1912
196 Montgomery Ferry DrAtlanta, Ga 30309
 
ATAG
Ansley Tuesday Afternoon Golf Tour
 
last hole to also earn the day’s
“Choker Award”
and obviatingthe need for the Team 5 threesome to select a draw partner.
TYBER AND REESE SHARE LOWGROSS! CORRIGAN RETURNS TOFORM!
Single digiters
Andy Tyber
and
Brad Reese
shared
LowGross
honors with a score of 
38,
edging out
Richard Batelaan
whose bogey in the darkness on # 18 put him one stroke backof the co winners.
Frank Corrigan
, whose play two weeks priorwas good enough to win the
Low Net
purse(which for him wasa
Lifetime
 
Achievement Award
) returned to his twenty fourhandicapper form by posting the
day’s high score of 57
unchallenged by a
Sellner-less
field.
DANZIG DOES IT AGAIN!
Rookie
David Danzig
, still carrying a
27 handicap
(which isplummeting as this is being written) followed his
42
on the frontnine last week with an
identical score on the arduoussecond nine
, easily winning
Low Net
again with a
net scoreof 6 under.
 
Danzig
parred six of the nine holes on his way toyet
another “career round”
and another pocketful of moneywhile dodging the raised eyebrows of the other players. The
Commissioner
congratulated the seemingly embarrassed
Danzig
for his fine play but informed the youngster that underhastily redrawn
ATAG Bylaws
, he will have a new
“ATAGHandicap”
going forward as it has become apparent that he isno longer the golfer he once was.
Danzig
agreed, relieved thathis game had taken a positive turnaround from where it hadbeen all summer when he rightfully “earned” the 27 handicapstatus.
GOODING AND CORRIGAN HAVESHOTS OF THE DAY!
Doug Gooding
and
Frank Corrigan
earned
co-honors
for
“Shot Of 
 
The Day”.
 
Gooding’s 180 yard approach shot
on#13 hit the pin, enabling him to make the
birdie-net eagle
-
putt
while
Corrigan’s
approach shot of the
same length
onthe
double popping
hole #16 landed
within 4 feet of thehole
. (don’t ask if he made the putt) Receiving
honorablemention
was
Dick Pease’s 65 yard approach
 
shot
on # 14that landed within
twelve inches of the hole
for a tap in
birdie-net eagle
.
SIX TWEETERS!
The back nine yielded more birdies than usual as
six birdies
were added to the
Birdie Club
total with
Kevin McGlynn
and
Dick Pease
putting their name on the roster for the first time.Adding to their personal cumulative totals were
Andy Tyber,Richard Batelaan
,
Richard Gilmore, and Doug Gooding
. 
OTHER TIDBITS
It was a more subdued crowd on the porch this week as
Leaders In TheClubhouse:
Low Gross: Bernhardt: 34ATAG Record: Reese: 33Low Net: Danzig -7(ATAG Record)Birdie Leader: Tyber: 15ATAG Record: Tyber: 19Eagle Club:2006: John Arnold2005: Majors, MeagherBest Team Score: -18 (back nine)Reese, Pease, Danzig,Nichols
(previous record was 16under)
ATAG
Ansley Tuesday AfternoonGolf Tour
Ansley Golf Club
1912
196 Montgomery Ferry DrAtlanta, Ga 30309
 
several players had to leave shortly after the match ended.Surprisingly, the
unidentified woman
from the priorweek was again on the
Men’s Grill porch
, apparently ready toconfront
Scotty Greene
who bolted as soon as he saw her. Themystery woman intruder left just as the last group finished.
Last year’s regular attendee
Dick Pease
made only hissecond appearance of the 2006 season, admitting that he hadsomehow let work take priority over the pursuit of happiness.
 
Andy Tyber
is sporting a sleek new look—opting to shaveoff whatever remnants of hair he had remaining to make himlook even more intimidating to his match play opponents andmaking him eligible for the casting call for villainous roles in daytime soap operas.
 
Kevin McGlynn
and
Richard Gilmore
had their
seasonbest
scores of 
43
and
41
respectively (
Gilmore
was shockedthat his net 4 under didn’t win it), and
Tom Player
was onlyone shot more than his season best, finishing with a
43
.
For the second week in a row, the
beverage cart
was out onthe course and several players showed their gratitude bypurchasing one or more “swing oil” beverages.That’s it for this week
.
See you next week when it is back to thefront nine. Because of the shorter daylight, the first tee time willbe between
4:00 pm and
 
4:15 pm,
depending on the size of the group. Look for the
Call For Players
on Monday. It may bethat we will have to assign tee times to those who can make theearlier times. To speed up play, the
Commissioner
hasrequested all players to
play “hit when ready”
even if itmeans hitting simultaneously with one or more playingpartners.
THERE ARE ONLY 2 MORE MATCHES IN THE 2006SEASON.
However,the general consensus is that players favor an
18 hole finale
,tentatively scheduled sometime during the week after the lastmatch and after daylight savings time has ended. Players willbe polled by e-mail as to their preference and the majority willrule.
 
Box Scores: Back Nine: Slope 136Reese 38
Morris 44
Tyber 38
Martin 45Batelaan 39 PJ Wade 47Pease 40 Greene 47Thornhill 40 Gooding 48Nichols 41 Cowles 49Gilmore 41 Healy 50Danzig 43 Corrigan 57McGlynn 43Player 43Sawyer 44
ATAG
Ansley Tuesday AfternoonGolf Tour
Ansley Golf Club
1912
196 Montgomery Ferry DrAtlanta, Ga 30309

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