FEGS gatherings I-XXVIIII. Horseshoe BayII. Kiawah IslandIII. Castle PinesIV. OrlandoV. Pebble BeachVI. Myrtle BeachVII. Palm SpringsVIII. Los CabosIX. PinehurstX. ScottsdaleXI. San AntonioXII. Hilton HeadXIII. Las VegasXIV. Kohler ResortXV. World Golf VillageXVI. Bandon DunesXVII. Chapel HillXVIII. Barton CreekXIX. Reynolds PlantationXX. Orlando/ReunionXXI. TreetopsXXII. WilliamsburgXXIII. North Myrtle BeachXXIV. Hilton Head IIXXV. Horseshoe Bay IIXXVI. InnisbrookXXVII. WintergreenXXVIII. Hammock Beach

Czar Don II took the crew to Michigan for 21st FEGS outing (June 11-15, 2010)


Official final individual results, with total match points earned. ("Better than a Pulitzer,"
the winner might have said, justifiably.)
FEGS kicked off Friday on the Tom Fazio Treetops course. Other courses were
the Robert Trent Jones Sr. Masterpiece Course (6/12, scorecard below of a crucial match),
the Rick Smith Signature (6/13), the famous Treetops Par 3 layout (for afternoon
fun), then the final tournament round at Bay Harbor (6/14).



Blog: Let the record show that on the first day, the Mega Million winning ticket ($36 million) came up in Michigan!
From the Czar for Day One: We got in the warm up despite some showers. Rained all night. Foggy this morning. Feglets cleaned up on skins.
Czar's update from Saturday: Played through fog and mist but we got first round in. Team GM (Capt. DN) leads Team Ford (Capt. LT) by half a point. Team Chrysler (Team Duffy) lags far behind. The Czar leads low net with 69, followed by Duffy, Mears and Truby with 72s.  Treetops was great fun.
See course info at www.treetops.com.

 The awesome Arthur Hills layout at Bay Harbor,

alongside Lake Michigan.



The Blue Duck Dinner was Monday evening, the 14th.


The getaway round was at The Bear course

(Jack's, of course) at the Grand Traverse Resort (6/15).




If you have any other info you can contribute on FEGS XXI, just forward to Coop.

If you can't be there . . . at least keep up with it!