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Averages (last 15 rounds)
Quadruple Bogeys 0.13
Triple Bogeys 1.00
Double Bogeys 3.87
Bogeys 6.47
Pars 5.67
Birdies 0.80
Eagles 0.00
Double Eagles 0.00
Bonus Points 20.27
PostStats Stroke Handicap
As Of Jun 16 +9.95
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Residence Warren, PA US
Birthday June 26
Height 5 ft, 10 in
Weight 183 lbs
Occupation Male Escort
Playing Since 2000
Swings Right
Poor Shots Slice
Referral Andy Hanks
Registration February 21, 2014
Favorite Course Old Silo
Favorite Hole #3 at Conewango Valley Country Club
Best Shot #10 at Jackson Valley
4 from 71.33333333333333 yards
Par 5 in 2
Club Distance Driver: 280 yds | 5 Iron: 190 yds | 7 Iron: 165 yds
Dream Foursome John Daly , Charley Shene , Norm McDonald
Golf Course Pref Condition, Layout, Service
Reasons I Golf Drink Beer, Socialize, Friendships
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As of Jan 1 +10.68
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Quadruple Bogey 0
Triple Bogey 0
Double Bogey 0
Bogey 2
Par 4
Birdie 9
Eagle 16
Double Eagle 25
Target 66
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News Headline
January 22, 2023
Phase 2 Rookie Considerations Due

WASHINGTON, NC — The Carl Spackler Open announced Saturday that rookie registrations are accepted until April 2023, but Phase 2 rookie nominations are due prior to January 30. The annual event will add a maximum of 5 rookies as part of Phase 2.

The Captains Club has long believed rookies are critical to growing the event. "Everyone was a rookie at some point," said Captains Club member Greg Garrett. "Where they should be prioritized on the roster is certaintly debatable, but we have agreed as many as five rookies should begin Phase 2 acceptance."

All potential rookies can create a Poststats.com account anytime and enter scorecards. Referrals must submit rookie nominations to the Captain’s Club prior to Phase 1 for prioritized consideration in Phase 2. Rookie considerations not submitted to the Captain’s Club will be added to the bottom of Phase 3.

"Rookies accepted as part of Phase 2 will not exceed 5 golfers," says Captains Club member Matt Pritchard. "Referrals are expected to sell their rookie to the Carl Spackler Open for Phase 2 acceptance. Otherwise the rookie will be added to the bottom of Phase 3. "Why your friend or family member instead of someone else?" asked Pritchard. "Recommendations will be discussed by the Captains Club. We will select 1, 2, 3, 4, or 5 for Phase 2."

The remaining rookies will be added to the end of Phase 3 in order of contribution grade. Ties will discussed at the Captains Club meeting on January 30."

A 15-minute YouTube video is available for both referrals and rookies. Search Carl Spackler Open. Look for Rookies & Referrals Edition.

"We all have potential rookies who want to participate," says Captains Club Jason Ridgeway. "It is our intention to make sure a process exists for your brother, father, son, or friend to join us."

Nominated rookies with posted scorecards, a uniform profile photo uploaded, and an understanding of the basic golf rules elevate their chances of being added as part of Phase 2. Rookies are required to post 4+ scorecards prior to the event.

The Captains Club will hold another meeting before February 1. The Roster Worksheet, an active worksheet during the registration period, will be updated with rookies. The 2023 Carl Spackler Open is scheduled to be played in 5 months in North Carolina. There are 80 to 88 golfers expected to participate in the 22nd annual event. The first set of participant options will begin during Phase 2 in February.