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04-21-2018 at 07:37 AM
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MOWE Masters Tournament Update

The first official submissions are in for rounds 3 & 4. Competitors have two days to better one of their 3 or 4 round scores by using a mulligan. Thus far, the Augusta National Par 3 course results in a three way tie with 18 strokes. The results of the Liberty National Golf Club course was a different story. A young upstart swaggers his way through the 18 hole course, salutes Lady Liberty and posts a super storm round of 49. Mr. Swaggerton is red hot going into the final round, which will decide the MOWE Masters Tournament champion. @Rogerpoco and @MyOwnWorstEnemy putted behind @swaggers with scores of 53 and 54. These scores are subject to change pending any mulligan round submissions. Click on the MOWE Masters Tournament link to view the full leaderboard.

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  1. swaggers's Avatar
    Wish my guy had been at this level a week ago. Going all in to get ready for the finals and no improvement will change my standing. Good luck to you two to battle for latest start.
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  2. Rogerpoco's Avatar
    Not sure I have any more this round, will give another go tomorrow-the last round is gonna be tough, for sure!
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  3. Rogerpoco's Avatar
    23 going into the back nine, then completely lost my groove. :(
    I may be set, but I'm still gonna try a bit more.
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    It only takes a couple of near miss putts or one bad shot (me hitting it ob) that totally screws up a good round. I haven't tried to improve my score yet but I'm hoping for at least a 3-4 shot improvement. Getting a little frustrated missing these short 3-4 footers with ridiculous breaks and then making a nearly impossible 45 footer from the fringe..... at least the frustration feeling is the same as real golf.
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  5. Rogerpoco's Avatar
    Knocked off one stroke. Yay.
    This course is jinxed, lol.
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  6. Rogerpoco's Avatar
    Since I like my stories, and we're on golf, lol-
    2001 we ditched mountain life and moved to Florida where I grew up, Lake City, my Dad had a large piece of property, was a semi-"compound" for my Step-Brother, my Sister, etc, etc, had roads and stuff(was an abandoned apple farm), was like their own little town, lol.
    Too hot, we didn't last long, ha!
    So anyway, as we know, I'm "the third", and my Dad and Grandpa were there, all three of us, hitting golf balls from my Dads front yard to my Sisters front yard(haha!), was prolly the last time we were together.
    Me stinky real-golfer, period, so I wasn't coming close with a driver.
    My Dad was hitting the yard with a hybrid(they were brand new then, was what we were "testing"), and the area thereabouts pretty regularly.
    My Grandpa steps up with the hybrid, healthy but kinda feeble, ha, and takes a tiny swipe at the ball and knocks it over the house.
    Over and over and over. He was laughing at us.

    I'm not athletic, but my family is, at one point there was a little league baseball division, 4 teams-my Dad coached one, My Grandpa coached one, and my two Uncles coached the other two teams, seriously.
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    Great story Roger. If I was part of that foursome, rest assured that your sisters house would be safe since I was aiming at it. Usually my real life drives go slice, adjustment - slice, adjustment - hook, and another adjustment - worm burner.
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