Christmas Party and Two-Person Team Championship
Dragan Field
December 11, 2004
TD: Bob Enman

 

Scratch

Player 1 Player 2 Team HC Team  R1 Player1 HC Player1 R2 Player2 HC Player2 R2 Total Prize
Scott Mallar Nick Mardas 0 47 0 52 1 52 151 $80
Josh Connell Kyle Enman 1 51 1 52 3 49 152 $40
Daryl Cormier Brian Shoff 1 46 0 48 2 61 155
Gordy Adell Rich Reilly 2 48 1 47 4 61 156
Jerel Davis Marielle Powell 3 50 1 51 7 58 159
Rick Burns Mike Fyfe Sr 0 48 0 58 1 57 163
Mike Connell Dave Leary 3 52 4 54 5 60 166
Bob Enman Scott Connell 2 52 3 56 2 60 168
Gary Bolduc Mike Fyfe Jr 5 53 7 56 7 61 170
Jeremy Giasson Mike Grondin 8 57 11 62 12 61 180
Brian Grondin BJ Grondin 10 55 12 60 19 73 188
Jason Parker Marc Gardner 6 57 14 64 5 67 188
Handicap
Player 1 Player 2 Team HC Team  R1 Player1 HC Player1 R2 Player2 HC Player2 R2 Total Prize
Brian Grondin BJ Grondin 10 45 12 48 19 54 147* $80
Josh Connell Kyle Enman 1 50 1 51 3 46 147 ***
Jerel Davis Marielle Powell 3 47 1 50 7 51 148 $40
Gordy Adell Rich Reilly 2 46 1 46 4 57 149  
Jeremy Giasson Mike Grondin 8 49 11 51 12 49 149  
Scott Mallar Nick Mardas 0 47 0 52 1 51 150  
Gary Bolduc Mike Fyfe Jr 5 48 7 49 7 54 151  
Daryl Cormier Brian Shoff 1 45 0 48 2 59 152  
Mike Connell Dave Leary 3 49 4 50 5 55 154  
Bob Enman Scott Connell 2 50 3 53 2 58 161  
Rick Burns Mike Fyfe Sr 0 48 0 58 1 56 162  
Jason Parker Marc Gardner 6 51 14 50 5 62 163  
* won playoff                  
 
Ace Pot: Jerel Davis, hole 9, round 2 ($68 singles ace pot)
              Dragan Field Doubles Ace Pot now at $163 for the Hangover Doubles on Jan 1
 
Year End Awards:
Maine PDGA Pro Player of the Year: Scott Mallar
Maine PDGA Am Player of the Year: Kyle Enman
Maine Disc Golf Rookie of the Year: Derek Libby
Maine Disc Golf Player of the Year: Daryl Cormier
Dragan Field Most Dedicated Player: Robert Brooks
Dragan Field Player of the Year: Scott Mallar
 
Twenty-four hearty golfers took part in this annual event at Dragan Field.  Conditions were not as bad as forecast.  Temps in the low 30s with very little wind and fortunately, no significant precipitation all day.  The only snow was the crunchy stuff under foot.  Great food and great gifts were had by all during lunch and the after-party.  Thanks to everyone who ignored the foreboding weather forecasts and attended.  Glad to see everyone leave with a smile on their face.