Keepers Kolor War 2019-Varmints Revenge-Results

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Playing under clear skies and in sultry summer conditions this year’s Keepers Kolor War pitted four scavenging squads in a day-long battle for Varmint Supremacy.  The day’s event included Short Game Skills, Two-Man Modified Alternate Shot, and Two-Man Net Best Ball kompetitions.

The day began with Short Game Skills at the SID where four guys showed supreme short game wizardry notching 10 points or more. Larry “LJ Kool” Jacobs seemed right at home and was the only one who scored points in each of the four skills.  Mike “Who’s Buying” Sellis got 4 points at “Goose Poop” the tight grass pitch and 5 points at the cross country putt “As The Crow Flies” on the way to an 11 point tally.  Allen “Pelz” Zweig got 11 points himself including hitting the circle twice at “Deer Tracks” the elusive bunker shot station.  Ron “Tex” Hirschel tallied 10 points with a 5-3-2 point combination at “Goose Poop”, ” As The Crow Flies”, and “Howling At The Moon”, the forced carry pitch shot over a bunker.  By 9:30 am Team Gooses had 58 points and a kommanding 16-point lead after one session.

But that was not going to last as Team Coyotes turned the kompetition on it’s head with 112 points in the 2-Man Modified Alternate Shot Stage with 20-plus point performances across their entire dance card.  Premo 24-point performances from Moe “Up and Down” Dweck and Keith “Nasdaq” Eig (the man has some beta) and Mark A. “Catch Me If You Can” Goldstein and Alan “The Terp Is Back” Schwartz earned them a 20 point advantage over the field after Stage Two.   The best performance of this stage was turned in by the duo of Arnie “Power Sticks” Miller and Marc “In Fast Recovery” Fink who got 30 points for Team Crow.  The Deer got solid help from Sol “Father of the Mascot” Gordon and Larry “LJ Kool” Jacobs who notched 26 points.

Team Deer: Rich Greenberg, Peter Robinson, Alan Levine, Kaptain Sol Gordon, Len Goldman, Artie Aronoff, Chet Levine, Larry Jacobs, and Buck Rogers (team mascot)

 

Team Gooses: Steve Lustig, Kaptain Allen Zweig, Bernie Greenbaum, Marc Birnbaum, Ron Hirschel, Rusty Minkoff, Ronnie Roserberg, Paul Cohen, and Eddie Cohen

 

Team Crows:  Jimmy Polsky, Marc Fink, Mike Weber, David Wexler, and Kaptain Steve Keller

 

Team Coyotes:  Rick Brecher, Jim Ackerman, Howard Wollner, Nelson Cohen, Billy Burak, Stuart Turow, Kaptain Moe Dweck, and Keith Eig

In the final phase, the Two-Man Net Best Ball matches, the Coyotes held the Crows at bay eaking out 96 points with 24 point kontributions from Rick “No Brakes” Brecher and “Willie” Nelson Cohen and an additional 22 from the Dweck-Eig tandem.

When the kalculating was done Team Coyotes won the team kompetition by 25 points with a konvincing 242 total to earn $50 in Kash Sweeps per man.  Team Crows finished second with 217 points earning their guys $25 in Kash Sweeps a piece.

Krooning Coyotes: Won the whole shebang with 242 points and took home $50 Kash Sweeps per man

 

(Click to see the Varmints Revenge Scoresheet with full player detail)

 

The Keepers Kup Points in this event go to the top three individual point performers on each of the Varmint Squads.  The lead MVPs got the “understated” MVP Bronze Medallion and 200 Kup Points per man and the second and third place get 100 and 50 Kup points respectively.

Team MVP Results:

Team Coyotes: 

Moe Dweck Medallion and 200 Kup Points

Rick Brecher 100 Kup Points

Keith Eig 50 Kup Points

Team Crows:

Steve Keller Medallion and 200 Kup Points

Rick Payes and Marc Fink 75 Kup Points Each

Team Gooses:

Allen Zweig Medallion and 200 Kup Points

Ron Hirschel and Mike Selis 75 Kup Points Each

Team Deer:

Larry Jacobs Medallion and 200 Kup Points

Rich Greenberg 100 Kup Points

Sol Gordon 50 Kup Points

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Team Deer MVP: Larry Jacobs with 30 individual points

 

Team Coyotes MVP: Kaptain Moe Dweck with 30 individual points

 

Team Gooses MVP: Kaptain Allen Zweig with 28 individual points

 

Team Crows MVP: Kaptain Keller with 25 individual points

 

The Players 50-50 Kash Raffle generated another $560 toward our year-end Military Charities Donation.  Four winning tickets were picked from the Corona Can which yielded $125 for the lucky winner’s grandchildren.

50-50 Raffle Winners found $125 each in their lockers

Thanks to all 40 guys who made this year’s Kolor War a success.  Special thanks to Konnor Farrell, Grant Strawoet, and Cory Wessellman for preparing the playing fields and shepherding all the varmints throughout the day’s kompetition.

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