Headed up to Rutgers to get in a couple of rounds of Disc Golf before meeting Don and Big John for our road trip to Marshall Street to play in the NEFA Doubles Tournament on the Pyramids Course. After our loss of Lucky on Friday, she was on my mind when I got my 255th Ace. A Lucky shot for sure. I played with one disc so I could belt out two rounds.
Cubby's 255th Ace Photo.
We left Big John's house at 3:15 AM and stopped at the Post Road Diner in CT. We also stopped by my old house in Plainfield, CT. The house was built in 1908.
Cubby lived here 1984 to 1988.
We arrived at Marshall Street and headed out to play a couple of holes on the Pyramids course before checking out the Pro Shop.
Here are some pictures in the Pro Shop. A great selection! Something for everyone.
Big John, Cubby, Brian, Jason, Josh, and Jason.
Tournament round 1 players in Cubby's group.
Big John, Don, Karl, Cubby, Kristi, and Heather.
Tournament round 2 players in Cubby's group.
Don, Cubby, Karl, Jason, and Big John
The Jersey Boys with Pyramids Disc Golf Course owner Jason Southwick.
Ralph, Cubby, and Keith.
Hey, are you the guy on YOUTUBE? Chatting about YOUTUBE videos at Dinner after the event. It was great meeting these guys and spending some time talking about our mutual passion for Disc Golf. Looking forward to throwing some rounds with you guys on a return trip. My condolences to the wife that had to watch my videos for an hour.
Don Ace'd Hole 5 during the 2006 MSDGC.
Here is Don striking a pose at the Tee Sign on Hole 5 at Pyramids. Don's Ace is immortalized on the Tee Sign.
Video of Big John on Hole 5.
Congrats to Don and Karl for beating Cubby and Big John in the Century Division (Team Age 100 or over).
After Dinner there was an auction with all kinds of good stuff up for bid. I got a KC PRo Cheetah and Don got a KC Pro Aviar. Lots of Money raised for Charity.
Thanks to all of the good folks at Marshall Street and all of the friendly NEFA players. It was a treat to finally make it up to Mass. to play Disc Golf.
And now from the unusual department: A "Black Ace" is when someone Tees off and gets an Ace on another Hole's basket. During the first round of the tournament, Karl's drive on Hole 18 went out of bounds and long and Ace'd a DB-5 target that was on display for sale with four other Disc Golf Targets outside of the Pro Shop. What do you call that?
No Ace for Cubby at Pyramids but I came mighty close on the 380 foot Hole 8.