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 Walter II takes us to Kingsmill and the Golden Horseshoe.


      The group (minus three) at Golden Horseshoe Gold for Round 3. The winner is fourth
      from the left. His handicap adjustment will be announced prior to the next FEGS outing. 
     The action for XXII:
     Friday, May 6--Showup round at the Golden Horseshoe Green Course.
     Saturday, May 7--Tournament Round One at Kingsmill Plantation Course.
     Sunday, May 8--Tournament Round Two at Kingsmill River Course.
     Monday, May 9--Tournament Round Three at Golden Horseshoe Gold Course.
     Blue Duck dinner will be at Center Street Grill in Williamsburg.
     Tuesday, May 10--Getaway round at Kingsmill Woods Course.


The Czar presents FEGS trophy (the sequel) to points leader.

Top points listed below, plus team results.



And more images from Virginia.




     Prior to teeing off at Kingsmill River Course for Round 2. The three Feglets appear in this
     photo, along with Founder Will and Czar Walter.  (And, yes, George played in those shoes.)
     Below, the Czar also ended up with the Blue Duck, all for the sake of a "t" in his name.




    A key match at Kingsmill River: Larry accounts for the half point in his team's total -- plus one.

When the FEGS video comes out, you'll appreciate that Kingsmill logo in background.


That's the BEFORE picture of Coop's driver.
Round 1 match at Kingsmill Plantation.

     About the courses played: Golden Horseshoe Green (Reese Jones, 1991), Kingsmill Plantation (Arnold Palmer/Ed Seay, 1985), Kingsmill
     River (Pete Dye, 2005), Golden Horseshoe Gold (Robert Trent Jones Sr., 1963) and Kingsmill Woods (Tom Clark/Curtis Strange, 1994).

Match at Golden Horseshoe Gold Course, considered one of Robert Trent Jones Sr.'s best six layouts.


A view across to the (Lebron) James River on Pete Dye's River Course

at Kingsmill. That's the No. 16 green, with No. 17 tee to the left.



The official Czar's (revised) Plan for XXII:




A daunting target: No. 16 on Golden Horseshoe Gold Course.



And, of course, the concierge was 24/7.


Stay tuned to this site for updates on consideration for next year's tournament site.