Keepers Pinehurst Glenmorangie 2022

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Up next is the Keepers Pinehurst Glenmorangie 2022 to be played on the North Course with lottery tee times on Sunday August 7th.

This is a “Pinehurst Scotch” format that blends Scramble and Alternate Shot elements into an entertaining Two-Man Team Kompetition.   Please choose your partner for this kompetition-mend some fences and find a friend to play with before you sign up.

All players designated American Division are playing from the Gold Tees and all players designated National are playing Gold/Green Combo Tees.  There is a team handicap calculated with the USGA Formula for these type of events and it is based on each partners course handicap for the tee they are playing.  Team Handicap will be the sum of 60% of the lower handicap partner’s course handicap and 40% of the higher handicap partner’s course handicap.

Once you finish your round turn in your scorecard to the desk in the golf shop.

The rules are quite simple:

A. Both golfers on the team hit drives.

B. They walk forward to their balls, but then switch balls for the second shot.  Partner A hits Partner B’s ball, Partner B hits Partner A’s ball.

C. After the second shot they compare the results and select the ball to play on, picking up the other.

D. The person whose shot is chosen steps aside for the third stroke and they play alternate shot until the ball is holed.

E. Strokes on each hole are applied based on the team handicap to get a Net Score.

That is the Keepers Pinehurst Glenmorangie-hit drives, switch balls for the second shot, pick up the worst ball, and play alternate shot into the hole.  This should play rapidly if you limit consultation on the alternate shots to two sentences (which is more than adequate for players of Keepers ability).

What is kool about this alternate shot version is that to win you have to play the Par 3’s well, getting two balls on the green to give your team more opportunities for net birdies or better.  The 5 Pars on the other hand are high pressure seeing that they are shot holes where a net par probably loses a shot to the field.

Event Prizes Per Man:

Keepers Kash Sweeps: 1st-$120, 2nd-$100, 3rd-$80, 4th $60, 5th $40

Keepers Kup Points:  1st (300), 2nd (200), 3rd  (150), 4th (100), 5th (50)

This is a chance to find your alt shot mojo and enhance your Kup Standings Position/Sweeps Balances at the same time.

Once you have signed up for the event by clicking the Glenmorangie logo below, we will build the foursomes for the event and submit them to the Woodmont Lottery System for tee time assignments that day.



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Keepers Ham n’ Egg 2022-Results

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Today’s Keepers Ham n’ Egg on the South Course, a.k.a. A Little Piece Of Arizona, was a hot and steamy affair as 22 teams battled tough pin positions trying to bring home the bacon and some Keepers Sweeps as well.

The team of Bobby “Jack Lalane” Fogel and Neal “I Found My Putting Stroke” Bobys proved to be a formidable force shoot Net 67 to take first prize of $120 Kash Sweeps and 300 Kup Points per man.  Both playing off the Blue/Green Combo they shot gross 81 and 85 respectively, separating from the field on a 4 birdie stretch on 10, 11, 14, and 15.

Second Place was shared between the teams Allen “Return To Sender” Zweig and Burt “Kudley Bear” Feldman and Rich “Kojak” Greenberg and Alan “Terp Station” Schwartz who shot Net 71.  Zweig-Feldman karded 3 birdies in a row on 4, 5, & 6 and finished with an eagle 3 on 18.  Team Greenberg-Schwartz went birdie-eagle on 4 & 5 and birdied 16 & 18 in the klosing stretch.  Each guy got $90 in Kash Sweeps and 175 Kup Points for the effort.

Fourth alone went to the team of Bernie “Finding His Stride” Greenbaum and Glenn “The Pastry Chef” Streidel with net 73 to win $60 in Kash Sweeps and 100 Kup Points.

There was a crowd of teams at Net 74 tying for Fifth-Rick Cohen-Rick Brecher, Rick Payes-Richard North, Barry Haberman-Keith Eig, and Jim Reznikoff-Sol Gordon-who took home $20 in Kash Sweeps and 25 Kup Points per man.

Ham n Egg Results Chart

Thanks to everyone who participated in today’s Keepers Ham n Egg.

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Keepers Ham n’ Egg 2022

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Our next full field event is on Friday July 22nd where you can team up with a partner of your choice and test your grilling compatibility in the Keepers Two-Man Ham n’ Egg format.  This is an entertaining game where you and your partner count your net score on every other hole.

Ham and Egg Rules:

It starts out that the Ham (Pard A) score counts on the odd holes and the Egg (Pard B) score counts on the even holes.  But there is a twist (with The Keepers there is always a twist). Twice during the round, if circumstances warrant it (maybe Pard A left three in a row in the bunker and it is a Ham hole),  before you get to the next tee you can “flip” the order and use the partner’s score instead.  Once you do that the Ham n’ Egg score sequence changes from that point on.  You can only flip to save your bacon twice during the round so flip carefully….it is like saving your purchased mulligans….you might need it on the 18th hole.

Two flips……use them wisely…..

There will be morning tee times on the South Course from 8:00 to 10:00 am using 80% of your individual handicap playing for the Low Net Team Score for 18 holes. Those kurrently designated American Division can choose to play Blue or Blue/Green Combo Tees.  Those kurrently  designated National Division can choose to play Blut/Green Combo or Green Tees.

You can pick your partner if you choose when you sign up through the Kosher K below.  If you do not have a partner in mind when you sign up, Watson will be glad to make a pairing for you from others unattached.

Ham and Egg Winners 2018
Birnbaum and Wollner were the winners in 2018 with net 65!!


Prizes for the top five finishing teams (per man):

Keepers Kash Sweeps:  1st $120, 2nd $100, 3rd $80, 4th $60, 5th $40

Keepers Kup Points:      1st (300), 2nd (200), 3rd (150), 4th (100), 5th (50)

The field is limited to 24 teams (48 guys) so sign up soon.


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Keepers Beat The Pro 2022-Results

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US Open Logo 2022This year’s Keepers Beat The Pro pitted 51 Keepers against a randomly selected Virtual Pro’s score from the first round of the U.S. Open at The Country Club in, our fair city, Boston, MA.  Guys got 110% of their handicap in these head-to-head matches and, as it turned out, some needed it more than others.

Jimmy “Boom-Boom” Poslky dusted Dustin “LIV” Johnson for 29 points winning 8 holes along the way to take first place in the American Division.  Arnie “20/20” Miller took down the Englishman Justin Rose for second scoring 27 points with a four hole run from 5 through 8 on the North which included a net eagle and two net birdies.  Third place was Don “Starfish” Fisher outplaying the U.S. Open Champion Matt Fitzpatrick with 25 points. Starfish took 4 of the last 5 holes in a late rush to a back door third.  As you can see below a flock of four scored 24 points to tie for fourth in the American.

American Division Winners

Beat The Pro American Results

Stealing against koach’s sign, Eddie “First and Third Nobody Out” Cohen jumped the National Division with a harrowing performance of 33 points winning 9 holes against Rose.  Nary a sand bunker did he visit all day on the rugged North which is why Justin only took three holes against him.  Playing superbly with 32 points against Jon Rahm, Steve “So What Are We Playing For” Keller took three of the first four on the Spaniard and never looked back taking second in the Nationals.  Richard “North By Northwest” North took down Xander Schauffle shooting a net 66 for 30 points and third place.  Alan “Terp Station” Schwartz, Nelson “Nellie” Cohen, and Harry “The Komeback Kid” Harrison took fourth and fifth places respectively to fill out the money in the National Division.

National Division Winners

Beat The Pro National Results

Thanks to all who participated in this event….the Ham n’ Egg is just around the corner so man your spatchulas.

Keepers and Gavel
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Keepers Beat The Pro 2022

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US Open Logo 2022Our June Keepers Kompetition is the annual mano-a-mano match between you and a randomly assigned Virtual Pro from the U.S. Open.  The pro’s hole-by-hole scores from the first round at The Country Club-Brookline will be posted to par to the corresponding holes on the North Course.

For your match you get 110% of your course handicap in this kompetition.  For each hole your net score beats the pro you get 3 points, for each hole your net score ties the pro you get 1 point.  The total points for the day is your Beat The Pro Score.

We will split the field into American and National Divisions based on handicap index.  The event prizes Keepers Kup Points and Kash Sweeps to the top five finishers in each division as shown below.

Everyone in the American Division can choose to play from the Gold or Gold/Green Combo Tees with 110% of their course handicap.  All National Division players have a choice of playing the Gold/Green Combo or Green Tees with 110% of the course handicap from the tees they choose.

For those of you who need a frame of reference, last year’s top prizes went to Steve “Lear Jet” Lerman in the American Division who scored 31 points on Rory McIlroy and to Alan “Terp Station” Schwartz who torched Jon Rahm (pictured below) for 31 points in the Nationals.

If you draw a match with this guy it would be a load…

Rahm Winning 2021 Open


Once you sign up it is your responsibility to schedule a tee time to be played on the North Course between Saturday June 18th and Saturday June 25th.  The Tournament Kommittee would appreciate it if you would play your round with another Keeper.  Please play your tournament round on the date you schedule-there are no do-overs or restarts.

At the kompletion of your tournament round tabulate your Beat The Pro Score, take a photo of the card, and e-mail ( or text it (301-379-1533) and we will update the scoresheet for the event.

Event Prizes Per Division:

Keepers Kash Sweeps: 1st-$120, 2nd-$100, 3rd-$80, 4th $60, 5th $40

Keepers Kup Points:  1st (300), 2nd (200), 3rd  (150), 4th (100), 5th (50)


Please sign up by clicking the Kosher K below. Once the first round of the U.S. Open is done, we will email the list of those signed up with their event handicaps, Virtual Pro Opponents, and a scorecard to use for the kompetition.


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Keepers Half Sets 2022-Results

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Half CowThe Keepers Half Sets (a.k.a. 7-Club) was played today in what can only be described as biblical conditions, but once the seas parted 35 of our guys hydroplaned their way over the South Course in an entertaining display of crafty golf skills.

In the tightly kontested American Division Yale “Truth and Light” Kapan set the tone early with a net eagle on 1 and added four birdies and an eagle on 16 on the way to a Net 70 for the top prize.

Rich “Kojak” Greenberg fashioned a solid Net 70 to take second place.  Hot on their heels Don “Starfish” Fisher, Jeff “My Aim Is True” Cossman, and Don “Mr. Tell” Greenberg had Net 72, 73, and 74 respectively to fill out the money winners in the Americans.

American Division Winners

HS American Payouts

The Nationals were paced by Steve “Design Build” Lustgarten who carefully engineered a net 72 on the way to the first place money.  He birdied 1, 4, and 12, tight command over the three-pars, and made net pars on another 12 holes to post this score.

A gaggle of guys tied second in the National Division.  Ray “You Can Call Me…” Thal, Dennis “Come In Houston” Speisman, Phil “Borscht Belt” Schulman, and Arthur “Getting The Hang Of This” Dubin each found a unique way to Net 75 to share the bridesmaid place in the Nationals.

National Division Winners

HS National Payouts

Thanks to 35 Keepers who are now drying out their shoes and sox for making this a great day.  Kudos to Cody and staff for their support of today’s effort.

Keepers and Gavel
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Keepers Half Sets 2022

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The next Keepers event of the 2022 Kampaign is an old favorite we call “Half Sets” (a.k.a. 7-Klub) and it will be played with set tee times on Tuesday May 24th between 12:00 and 2:10 pm.  This format is an individual kompetition that asks you to take on the 18 holes on the South Course with a “half set” made up of your choice of your favorite 7 clubs.

Half CowAs is our custom in full field events we will split the field into two divisions-American (Handicap Index 15.0 and below) and National (Handicap Index of 15.1 or higher) and there will be prizing for five low net finishers in each bracket.  Americans can choose to play the Blue or the Blue/Green Combo Tees and Nationals can choose between the the Blue/Green Combo or the Green Tees.  Everyone gets 100% of their handicap from the tees they are playing from.

It is your job to designate your 7 clubs for the day before you head to the first tee and play all the shots of the day with those implements.  Keepers Honor Kode prevails so it is up to you to komply faithfully with the rules of the day.

Success in this event relies on kareful forethought as you plan your club selection for the day.  The par 3’s  likely draw first attention but don’t forget about positioning for the approach shots on the par 4’s….there are 11 of those.

You can build a foursome of friends to play with by registering them together through the sign up form below. Anyone signing up with less than four guys or as a single will be grouped by us into foursomes.  Please sign up for the event through the Kosher K link below between now and Friday May 13th.

Shortly before the event we will email you a list of the two divisions with event handicaps and the tee times.

Event Prizing Top Scores In Each Division:

Keepers Kup Points to the top (5)-1st 300, 2nd 200, 3rd 150, 4th 100, 5th 50

Kash Sweeps to the top (5)-1st $120, 2nd $100, 3rd $80, 4th $60, 5th $40

This event challenges you to play outside your komfort zone, but you may be surprised how effective you can be if you pick the right clubs.  Don’t get shut out of this fun-we have a limit of 56 players for this event.

Sign up now through the Kosher K below:

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Keepers Kount 2-3-4 2022

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Count Von CountThe next full field event is one we call the Keepers Kount 2-3-4.  This could require you taking off your shoes before entering any score if you are mathematically challenged.

You assemble your own Four-Man team for this kompetition which will be played with a scheduled tee time on the North Course between 10:05 am and 12:05 pm.  You can sign up the four members of your winning team through the link below.  If you sign up less then four the tournament intern will fill out your team roster with available troops.

The format revolves around the sum of a particular number of net scores on each hole depending on the par for that hole.  The team score kounts the 2 best net scores on the Par 5’s, the 3 best net scores on the Par 4’s, and all 4 net scores on the Par 3’s.

The effect of a bad individual number is mitigated in that, according to USGA promulgation, your individual maximum score on a hole is a net double bogie.  Each player gets 80% of their Course Handicap from the tees they choose to play.  Players with a handicap index of 15 or less choose from the Gold or Gold/Green Combo Tees-those with a handicap index of 15.1 or higher choose from Gold/Green Combo or Green Tees.

Event scorecards for your team will be provided the morning of event.  When your are done please turn in the kompleted kard to the scoreboard out front of the Golf Shop.

Event Prizes Per Man:

Keepers Kash Sweeps: 1st-$100, 2nd-$80, 3rd-$40

Keepers Kup Points:  1st (300), 2nd (200), 3rd  (150), 4th (100), 5th (50)

This is a wild and crazy format that will take you out of your komfort zone……that is what the Keepers is all about.


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Keepers Pro-Schmo 2022-Results

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Masters LogoThe Keepers Season got off to a sizzling start as our guys kompeted for Kash Sweeps and Kup Points in the annual Keepers Pro-Schmo.  Those with the best early season skills and a proper rapport with their Virtual Pros are kurrently at the top of the Keepers Kup Standings…at least for now.

In the American Division a new comer to the Keepers ranks, Wayne “New Person” Berson, shot a gross 78 and teamed with the iron-man Sungjae Im to shoot 59 and kapture first place.  Wayne’s net eagle on 5 and a string of net birdies on 8, 9, 10, and 12 proved decisive.

Marc “Fine Grind” Birnbaum shook off any rust as he teamed with Cameron Smith to take second with net 61.  Tied third in the division at net 62 were Rich “Kojak” Greenberg with Cameron Smith and Steve “Kontrolled Kurve” Lustig with Patrick Cantley.  A bevy of kompetitors tied fifth at net 63 including Jon “Leave The Light On” Bortz with Sungjae Im, Peter “Through The Looking” Glass with Sungjae Im, Keith “Kaptin” Eig with Patrick Cantlay, Bobby “Jack Lalanne” Fogel with Cameron Smith, and Don “Mr. Tell” Greenberg with Sungjae Im.

American Division Winners

American Results

Arthur “I’m Getting The Hang of This” Dubin skorched the field with a little help from Danny Willett on the way to shooting a record net 57 on the first day of the competition.  Obviously fresh greens suited them.  Arthur had a run on the inward nine on 14, 15, 16, and 17 where he made natural pars that accounted for 7 shots under in that four-hole stretch.

Tied second at net 60 were Rick “Orange Line” Cohen with Cameron Smith and Ray “You Can Call Me ….” Thal with Sungjae Im.  Tied fourth at net 61 were a couple of old war horses, Harry “Komeback Kid” Harrison  and Steve “The Country Dentist” Keller both with Cameron Smith.

National Division Winners

National Results

Thanks to the over 50 guys and 8 professionals for making our opening event of the year a roaring success.

Keepers and Gavel
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Keepers Pro-Schmo 2022

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Masters LogoWe will open the Keepers Kampaign for 2022 by bringing back an old favorite that we have not seen since 2019, the Keepers Pro-Schmo, a low impact Two-Man Team Kompetition where you play a best ball with a Virtual Pro score from Sunday’s final round The Masters.

What could be more fun then playing best ball with Rory, Jon, Jordan, Dustin, Justin, Scottie, Colin, or Brooks?

We will provide you with a scorecard a couple of days before the event which will have your Pro’s hole-by-hole Augusta score posted to par on the North Course.  You will play a virtual best ball between your Virtual Pro Partner’s gross score and your Schmo net score on each hole.

As is our custom we will split the field into two divisions playing for two sets of prizes.  The American Division will be Keepers with Handicap Indexes of 15.0 or less and the National Division comprised of those with Handicap Indexes of 15.1 or higher.  Prizes for winners include Keepers Kash Sweeps and Keepers Kup Points for the top five finishing Team Best Ball scores in each division.

If you are in the American Division you will have a choice of playing the Gold Tee or the Gold/Green Combo Tee in your event round with the appropriate 90% handicap from the tee of your choice.  The National Division players will choose between playing the Gold/Green Combo Tee or the Green Tee with the corresponding 90% handicap.

A scorecard with your designated Virtual Pro will be emailed to you before the event starts with lists of the American and National participants and the two event handicaps you have to choose from.  You can make your tee selection and dot your card accordingly for the strokes you get.  Once you have finished your event round just take a photo of the card and email it or text it to Moe to record your team’s event score.

Sign up for the event through the Kosher K below and your Virtual Pro Partner will be assigned by our artificial intelligence algorithm based on the random number you pick between 1 and 8 when you register.

It will be your responsibility to schedule your event round on the North Course, preferably with at least one other Keeper, between Wednesday May 13th and Wednesday May 20th.


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