Reverse Kitchen Pass
December 2, 2009
VIRGINIA BEACH, VA — The Captains Club has confirmed that Jean Dore might have recently suffered electrical shock, head trama, and severe brain damage. The 5-time senior member of the Carl Spackler Open confirmed Monday that his attentions for Texas are unknown, but with a twist.
"The wife is trying to talk me into going this year," said Dore of his reverse Texas kitchen pass. "Cooper just told me about a pretty good price for airfare. I am reviewing my options."
Dore is experiencing the reverse kitchen pass theory put forth several years ago by the Captains Club. The theory suggests that 3 straight years of Carl Spackler Open attendance places the wife and/or girlfriend into an assumption a player will attend forever. The wife actually sees the relationship benefits of the Carl Spackler Open and pushes players out of the house for some relaxation, networking, and socializing.
The reverse kitchen pass is the 2nd in history behind Brad Carder in April 2008. "Jean Dore has not yet granted himself a kitchen pass," asks a confused Chris Philipsen. "I do not understand."
Captains Club member Greg Garrett had another take, "This guy should be attending for the same reason he should not waste food. There are people in this world that do not have these opportunties."
The Director of Scorecard Integrity, Dore, finished the 2009 event in 43rd position after carding a disasterous final round. He placed much better (13th position) in Peru, IN. Dore is presently the 9th best player in Spackler history.
The Captains Club continues to promote patience with airfares. There are 4 1/2 months prior to event and lots of time for airlines to drop HRL fares considerably to fill planes. The best airfare deals are and will continue to be posted on the homepage of the website. There are 40 to 60 participants expected for the 10th annual event.