Keepers Blind Pairs 2019-Results

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Our last Keepers weekday event of the year turned out to be a bit of an existential affair. In Blind Pairs you pick your partner to play a 9-Hole Net Best Ball on the North Course not knowing your opponent until after the play is done.

The arbitrage began over a kook-out dinner when we picked opponents from the Keepers recyclable sack for a hole-by-hole match of cards for hole points (3 for each hole won and 1 for each hole tied).

For an added rub-of-the-green element there were bonus points available to the two balls closest to the pin in regulation on holes 2, 4, 6 and 8 (2 points for the closest and 1 for the second closest).  Each teams total of match and bonus points would go toward determining the winners.

Len The Plumber’s approach on 6 had full intention of rolling down the slope to the hole until the Closest-To-The-Pin tape measure abruptly arrested that development

 

Alan Levine and Keith Eig, who shot a net 32 best ball, drew Neal Bobys and Monroe Brett out of the sack, who carded net 38.  Once the cards were matched Levine-Eig had won 6 holes outright and tied another for a total of 19 match points.  Kaptin Keith’s radar iron play on #2 and #6 added an additional 4 bonus points to give them a total of 23 points for a runaway win over the second place finishers.

A bevy of teams tied for second with 17 points.  Howard Postal and Dennis Speisman bested Nathan Greenbaum and Chet Levine 17 to 8.  Michael Levy and Yale Kaplan took the legal team of Greenberg and Greenberg 14 to 11 and added 3 bonus points for Michael’s sharpshooting on 8 and Yale’s second closest on 6 to reach the 17 point mark.  Allen Schwartz and Rick Brecher got 16 points off of Rusty Minkoff and Billy Burak and added a bonus point for Terp Station’s second closest on #2 for their 17 points.  Fifth place with 16 points went to Len Goldman and Moe Dweck who got 15 in their card match with Marc Fink and Arnie Miller and added a bonus with the Mishner’s second closest on the 4th hole.

It did take a while to work through all the kalkulations but by the time dessert spoons were resting komfortably the results were in.

Prizes Per Man:

1st   Alan Levine and Keith Eig- 150 Kup Points and $100 Kash Sweeps

T-2nd   Howard Postal and Dennis Speisman- 90 Kup Points and $25 Kash Sweeps

T-2nd   Michael Levy and Yale Kaplan- 90 Kup Points and $25 Kash Sweeps

T-2nd   Alan Schwartz and Rick Brecher- 90 Kup Points and $25 Kash Sweeps

5th   Len Goldman and Moe Dweck- 30 Kup Points

Click to see the full filed list of the Blind Pairs Match Results

Thanks to our Keepers Kroupiers Konnor Farrell and Grant Strawoet for adeptly managing this kompetition and the arbitration of the results.

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