Averages (last 15 rounds)
Quadruple Bogeys 0.13
Triple Bogeys 1.27
Double Bogeys 3.73
Bogeys 7.13
Pars 5.13
Birdies 0.60
Eagles 0.00
Double Eagles 0.00
Bonus Points 17.67
PostStats Stroke Handicap
As Of Jun 16 +12.15
Series Participation
Other News
Nickname rayray
Residence Galloway, OH US
Birthday December 11
Height 5 ft, 10 in
Weight 200 lbs
Occupation Tech Service Representative
Playing Since 1990
Swings Right
Poor Shots Slice
Referral Tom Fowble
Registration June 23, 2005
Favorite Course Deer Ridge Golf Course, Bellville, Ohio
Favorite Hole #2 at Scioto CC, Columbus, OH
Best Shot #2 at GC of Dublin
PW from 135.0 yards
Hole in 1. First hole in one of my career.
Club Distance Driver: 240 yds | 5 Iron: 180 yds | 7 Iron: 160 yds
Dream Foursome Ben Hogan , Sam Snead , Arnold Palmer
Golf Course Pref Condition, Layout, Pace
Reasons I Golf Friendships, Score/Compete, Drink Beer
Latest Scorecards
2024 Virtual
Tourney Handicap
PostStats Stroke Handicap
As of Jan 1 +13.05
PostStats Point Handicap
Quadruple Bogey 0
Triple Bogey 0
Double Bogey 0
Bogey 2
Par 4
Birdie 9
Eagle 16
Double Eagle 25
Target 61
2024 Virtual
Tourney Statistics
PostStats Stroke Handicap
2024 Tally +15.34
+/- +2.29
National Ranking #T19
Adjusted National Ranking #22
PostStats Point Handicap
2024 Tally 58.60
National Ranking #47
News Headline
January 23, 2011
Last Call (January 31)

VIRGINIA BEACH, VA — Kevin Long, Jr., on behalf of the Captains Club, held the last press conference before the 4-month national signing period for the Carl Spackler Open expires. He provided some additional information while hitting balls at the range in Virginia Beach along with making himself available for a few questions regarding the tournament in Pennsylvania.

"Last Call! Everyone has a few remaining days to get their checks postmarked," said the 10-year member of the event. "January 31. 120 bucks. Non-refundable. Non-transferable. Any questions?"

Jon Munksgard, a 9-time member representing Pennsylvania, stepped forward with a couple of questions. "What do you think the biggest change will be when comparing the event to 2005?" Long thought for a moment and replied, "Hotel. The cleanliness, amenities, deluxe breakfast, and bar are almost uncomparable because they are so vastly upgraded."

Munksgard replied, "Sounds great. Are there any other notable changes?"

Long said, "We are sleeping, drinking and playing golf again. The core is the same, but the bus service will be another large upgrade from our past visit. Another change is the golf course. Mountain Valley has added 9 new holes and renovated a hole. There are two deck parties instead of just one. There is one hidden change. Our stronger relationship with Mountain Valley will add lots of additional services and flexibility."

Senior member Mark Wray said, "I have a question. What do you see as the biggest risk or disappointment going into 2011?" Long replied, "The largest risk is always weather. I would suggest the largest disappointments are the known absences of Erik Shirreffs (moving), Joe Muscaro (anniversary) , Bill Bateson (wedding), and Mark Palmer (wedding)."

Kevin Long, Jr. glanced at his cell phone and said, "I will take one more question. I need to hit the rest of these balls."

Jeff Tatum shouted, "Any surprises this year?" Long replied, "Yes. Just one. That surprise needs to stay a surprise until we get together in PA."

The 2011 Carl Spackler Open Championship begins in 136 days at Mountain Valley Golf Course in Barnesville, PA. There are 75 to 85 participants expected to participate in the 96-hour golf party. Event registration expires promptly at 11:59PM on January 31, 2011. Paid late-entries will be collected and handled on April 18, 2011 when all cancellations are late-entries are known.