100th U.S. Open in 2000 at Pebble Beach: 15 Years Later

 

Pebble 2000

 

15 years later, check out this gem from the 100th U.S. Open at Pebble Beach at Wit’s End where Tiger Woods won by 15 strokes. Neil is wearing his classic “Legalize Maruyama” t-shirt, which was mysteriously shipped to Danny G a few years back???

Nine Future PDL Players Muscie Garnett, Neil Thomson, Wes Battle, Chris Harrick, Brian Lucas, Johnny Mac, Kirk Bedell, Tommy Keratzes and LT Thompson appear. Can you spot the PGA Tour player in the photo?

Top Row: Dan O’keefe, Michael Rogers, Muscie Garnett, Shane Miller, Ed Amorosi, Wes Battle, Neil Thomson, Chris Harrick, Max Ricci, Brad Faxon, Ted Roosevelt, Kris Photopoulos, and Brian Lucas.

Middle Row: Bill Pietragallo, John McAllister, Kirk Bedell, Toby Price, Temp Keller and John Hansel.

2nd Row: Jay Moody, Katherine Craig, Ben Heyworth, Blair Farinholt, LT Thompson, Lela Sparks, Ellie reese and Jackie Magher.

Bottom Row: Suzanne Flynn, Tom Lawhorne, Dan Gilbane, Bobby Proutt, Tommy Keratzes, Hunter Stokes, Molly Radcliffe and Molly Campbell.

 

9th-11th Teams Announced for Ponce XIII

TEAM #9:  MUSCIE GARNETT & ISAAC MORTON

MortonIsaac Morton is honored to play in the Ponce De Leon with Muscoe Russell Hunter Garnett XXVII of Loretto, VA, with whom he has a strained relationship.  His only regret coming into the tournament is that his brother-in-law and 2015 Ponce Chair, Clay Thomson (no “p”), didn’t think enough of his game to invite him.  If he and his partner, Muscoe Russell Hunter Garnett XXVII of Loretto, VA with whom he has a strained relationship, win, he will shave his ugly Galifianakas-like beard before the closing ceremony.  Isaac went to high school at the Woodberry Forest School and college at UNC-Chapel Hill.  He lives in Charleston, SC where he is starting a company that manufactures premium cast iron cookware.  He has a wife and three daughters who tolerate his love of golf and who he loves in return.  He plays at the Yeamans Hall Club, where he is known to overthink his golf swing.

Current handicap index:  6.5

 

Team #10: WES BATTLE & BRIAN LUCAS

LUCASBrian is the 9th UVA ZY and 8th Richmonder to enter the 13th edition of the PDL. A member of the Country Club of Virginia, he lives in Richmond with his wife and three children.

Brian is a Managing Director in Harris Williams & Co.’s Energy & Power Group, where has worked since 2002.  He has an M.B.A. from Penn’s Wharton School in addition to a B.S. in Finance from UVA’s Comm School.

Brian grew up in Charlotte, where he learned to play at Charlotte Country Club and the Roaring Gap Club, where he still belongs.

Brian and Wes last teamed up in a pre-tournament outing at the 100th U.S. Open in Pebble Beach in 2000. In the early morning hours before the 3rd round on Saturday, Brian and Wes got in way over their head in an epic game of ‘Posionberry’, an incremental poker game. Neither has really ever gotten over it, until now.

When asked of his greatest golf memory, Brian said, “I had the opportunity to play Cypress Point where I took dead aim at the famed 16th; stared down the 220 yard carry and proceeded to bounce one off the top of the sea wall to 12 feet and rolled in the birdie putt.  Don’t ask what I did on 17 and 18.  Golf gods have a way of getting even.”

Current Handicap Index: 8.0

 

TEAM #11:  CLAY THOMSON & BEN DUPUY

DupuyDupuy, Ben, 42, Tax Credit Financier and Developer in New Orleans, LA.  Playing out of the New Orleans Country Club.  2015 will be his inaugural PDL.  Former Treasurer of the First Tee of Washington, DC.  Former Board Member of “Politics & Pros” charity golf tournament in Washington, DC benefitting Open Fairways.  Founder of the Capital Club of Washington, DC’s Invitational Golf Tournament in 1999.  Multiple-year inductee into the Golf Digest “Washington, DC’s Top 200 Golfers in Politics.”  Clay Thomson’s partner in the inaugural “The Dozen” Invitational Golf Tournament.

Native New Orleanian who did a 15-year tour of duty in Washington, DC.  Still upset that Utah stole his NBA team in 1979.  President of St. Charles Avenue Advisors, LLC, which helps developers nationwide access financing for historic rehabilitation projects through federal and state incentives.  1995 graduate of the University of Virginia (DKE).  Veteran of presidential and US Senate campaigns, service on Capitol Hill, and governmental relations at the federal and state levels.  He is a leading national advocate for historic rehabilitation investment incentives.  Led the successful efforts to create the Texas Historic Rehabilitation Tax Credit and extend the Louisiana Historic Rehabilitation Tax Credit.

Husband of the former Ginny Sweet Simmons (U.Va. ’99) and father of daughters Florence (U.Va. ’30) and Simmons (U.Va. ’32).

Fan of persimmon woods, balata golf balls, and Seve Ballesteros’ fighting spirit.

Aspires to be sponsored by Criquet Shirts™ (http://blog.criquetshirts.com/), Tabasco® (http://tabasco.com), and George Lee’s Southside Mix™ (http://tinyurl.com/qgy8o7s).

Discovered the USS Ponce (an Austin-class amphibious transport dock of the United States Navy) and made its advanced Laser Weapon System capabilities known to PDL’s Chairman Emeritus and 2015 Tournament Chairman.

USS Ponce

Fierce promoter of his hometown and Chairman of the “Committee to Bring PDL to New Orleans.”

Current Hadicap Index: 12.0

 

 

 

 

Teams Previously Announced

1. Jeremy Bird and Kav Tucker (2.0)

2. John Klim and Rodney Jefferson (10)

3. Henry Oakey and Michael Leahy (11.2)

4. Neil Thomson and Tom Stevenson (4.6)

5. Scott Winn and Kevin Adatto (10.0)

6. Michael Palmore and Charles Bayler (7.5)

7. Jamie Rankin and Cole Clarkson (4.8)

8. Clark Coulbourn and Eric Strong (14.6)

 

Wes Wins Masters Pool: The Players Starts Thursday, May 7th

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Wes Blistered the field, beating his next closest competitor by 27 shots at the Masters. His team of Jordan Spieth (-18), Patrick Reed (-2) , Phil Mickelson (-14) , Louis Oosthuizen (-4) , Paul Casey (-9)  and Jonas Blixt (-1) was dominant.

The Players will be the next tournament in the Pool and picks will be due before the start of golf on Thursday, May 7th.  Enter your picks at www.runyourpool.com

 

Masters Standings

1. Wes Battle -48

2. Isaac Morton -21

3. Eric Strong -11

4. Muscie Garnett -9

5. Neil Thomson -6

6. Clark Coulborn -3

7. Scott Winn -1

8. Brian Lucas +10

9. Jeremy Bird +14

10. Clay Thomson +23

Ponce Member Guest Teams 6-8 Announced

Team 6:  Michael Palmore and Charles Bayler

Bayler

Charles grew up in Richmond and attended St. Christopher’s School.  He turned down a partial scholarship to Brown to pursue other interests at The College of Charleston.  The first of many wise decisions.  Charles, a career salesman, works for GE Healthcare.  He lives in Richmond with his wife, Ali, and two boys (Jack – 5 and Sam – 3).  Ali is more intelligent than Charles.

As an interesting side note, Charles and Henry Oakey are cousins.  I am hoping that while at The Greenbrier the caddy will not ask Charles to “please lay up” on a 150 yard carry shot to the green as the caddy suggested to Henry at a previous Ponce.

As a golf team, Charles and Michael have played together for many years.  A Championship title at Wolfest at The Country Club of Virginia headlines many of their golf accomplishments.

Current handicap index:  7.5

 

Team 7: Jamie Rankin and Cole Clarkson

Cole

From Jamie . . .It is with great pleasure that I re-introduce Cole Clarkson to the group. Cole (St. Christopher’s ’95, UVA ’99) hails from Richmond, VA, is married to Macon Hubard (St. Catherine’s ’96, UVA ’00) and has two beautiful daughters (Libby and Conway).  With two short stints down south after college (Atlanta-Braves, Austin-Trammell Crow) Cole decided to move back to the Richmond to open his own real estate shop-7 Hills Advisors Group (which he still controls and operates today).  If Cole’s not working or with family, he can probably be found in a duck blind, on a flats boat, or on the golf course. As many of you know, this isn’t Cole’s first Ponce. As a member of the winning team (Virginia Gentlemen) in Sea Island, GA in 2008,  Cole was instrumental  in getting the win and even getting the much deserved MVP honors for the tournament that year. In addition to having success at the Ponce and being a great friend,  I also chose Cole because he still uses a belly putter, has facial hair and has a renewed love of the game after having  to “walk away “  a few years ago to address an injured elbow. After almost two years of Platelet Rich Plasma Therapy (basically blood injection therapy) in the elbow, Cole’s back and feeling better than ever.  Having never missed a Ponce, I can assure you these factors will be a HUGE advantage for him (us) at the Greenbrier this summer on the tee box and on the green. I trust the Thomson boys won’t implement a clean shaven rule or BP ban (’16 PGA) for this year’s Ponce.

Current handicap index: 4.8

 

Team 8: Clark Coulbourn and Eric Strong

Eric Strong

From Clark . . .It’s with the greatest pleasure that I present to you Eric Thomas Strong as my guest at this year’s PDL Invitational. Eric is a native of Richmond, VA, attended The Bromsgrove School in England, Trinity Episcopal School in Richmond, VA then Hampden-Sydney College with a BA in Economics.  He currently is the Lead Advisor at Brighton Jones Wealth Management in San Francisco.  He and his wife Suzanne live in Mill Valley, CA and have 3 children Izzy (1 month), Thomas (5), and Audrey (7).

He is a member of Richmond Country Club in CA and Scott Valley Swim and Tennis Club in Mill Valley, CA.

Eric is an avid golfer and very focused on dialing up his golf game as he prepares for our 2015 PDL Invitational.

Eric knows all the HSC alumni of the Ponce, in addition to Scott Winn, Muscoe Garnett, and Richard Massie. He will integrate into our mission very well.

Current handicap index:  14.6

 

Teams Previously Announced

1. Jeremy Bird and Kav Tucker (2.0)

2. John Klim and Rodney Jefferson (10)

3. Henry Oakey and Michael Leahy (11.2)

4. Neil Thomson and Tom Stevenson (4.6)

5. Scott Winn and Kevin Adatto (10.0)

 

Three More Teams Announced for 2015 Ponce!

3. Michael Leahy – Guest of Henry Oakey

Leahy

It is with great pleasure that I introduce Michael Leahy as my guest to the 2015 PDL. Michael works for North Coast Research and recently moved to Boston from Richmond Virginia. Michael is married to Maggie Beights, formerly of Charlottesville (STAB ’94) and the University of Richmond. They have 2 children, son Will (who tragically has developed an affinity for Syracuse), daughter Annie (a Wahoo through and through), and recently found out that they are expecting a third. (Apparently he has found a way to pass the time during a cold, snowy Massachusetts winter.) Michael hails from West Genessee NY, and was a teammate and national champion at the University of Virginia, where his Dirk Diggler kick celebration became legendary. He has not indicated whether he plans to play the PDL with knee high socks, but it is certainly a possibility. Michael was also a member of the Zeta Psi fraternity house, where his night time performance matched his stellar play on the field. The chief influence on his golf game was the esteemed teacher Chubbs Peterson — “Just easing the tension baby!” Michael is a southpaw with a knack for draining big putts in the clutch, and is known far and wide as a gamer.  – HFO

Current handicap index:  11.2

 

4. Tom Stevenson – Guest of Neil Thomson

Tom Stevenson

Tom is 35 years old and hails from Charleston, South Carolina.  He loves full moons, hot sauce, and fried chicken, and he is the father of “two studs”: Henry (5) and George (2).  Tom was educated at the College of Charleston and UNC Chapel Hill . He is a partner at Ranch Creek Partners (RCP), a telecommunications focused private investment firm.  Tom didn’t pick up golf in earnest until after college (a late bloomer one could say).  That said, he is now intensely passionate about all aspects of the game.  Tom’s home shingle hangs at the Country Club of Charleston, although he is known to loiter at several other goat tracks.  In terms of golf stories . . . “Have you ever gotten annoyed with cable companies, generally?  More specifically when they give you a five hour window for service?  Well, that dynamic gave birth to a personal favorite golf experience.  I’m in Florida at a hallowed club playing against the most senior executive at the country’s largest cable operator.  He’s kicking my ass and getting a bit smug about things.  He’s well-positioned off the tee and I’m naturally deep in dog mess off the left.  The needling from the short grass begins and I’m burning under the collar.  I pipe off and challenge the gentlemen (always talk shit to power!) to a one shot bet (terms undisclosed). He steps up and presents a beautiful, yet conservative play 25 feet pin high.  Reminder: I can barely see my ball in the junk and have an uphill play into a late afternoon south Florida wind.  Well, I close my eyes and let it rip (think a bashful Sergio at Medinah).  I nestle the nugget up there about 18 inches and show no emotion.  Just turn to the titan and offer, “what the fuck is up with your customer service?!” – NDT

Current handicap index: 4.6
5.  Kevin Adatto – Guest of Scott Winn

Kevin Adatto

A native of Portland, Kevin attended the University of Oregon and works in investment sales commercial real estate.  Kevin and his wife Virginia (great Ponce name) have an 8 year old daughter Harper and a 6 year old son Sam.  Kevin plays out of Columbia Edgewater Country Club in Portland.

Current handicap index:  10.0

 

Teams Previously Announced

1. Jeremy Bird and Kav Tucker (2.0)

2. John Klim and Rodney Jefferson (10)

First Two Teams Revealed for 2015 Ponce

From the Desk of the 2015 Chairman, Clay Thomson:

This represents the first of several revelations associated with the 2015 Ponce Member-Guest.  These posts will reveal team and format details, the announcement of tournament matches, and other items of note.

With this first revelation, I would like to announce our first two Ponce 2015 Guests:  Kav Tucker (Guest of Jeremy Bird) and Rodney Jefferson (Guest of John Klim).  We welcome them to this tournament that we hold so dear, and we look forward to competing with them and getting to know them.  Several other Guests have been selected, and their identities will be revealed over the course of the coming weeks.

 

TEAM #1: JEREMY BIRD & KAV TUCKER

Kav Tucker -- guest of Jeremy Bird

Jeremy Bird’s guest for the 2015 Ponce Member-Guest is J. Kavanaugh Tucker. Kav’s hometown is Marietta, GA, and he currently resides in Santa Rosa Beach, FL and Atlanta, GA. He works as a Principal of SouthCap Brokerage Group and Walton Funding. Kav graduated from Georgia Tech, where he played on the golf team for two years. Kav plays out of Capital City Club in Atlanta and has a current handicap index of 2.0. Kav is married and has a 3 year old son.

 

 

TEAM #2: JOHN KLIM & RODNEY JEFFERSON

Rodney Jefferson -- guest of John Klim
John Klim’s guest for the inaugural Ponce Member-Guest is Rodney Jefferson. Rodney grew up in Roanoke (our first player to hail from the Star City), attended Cave Spring High School where he regularly hung out with Tiki and Ronde Barber before matriculating to Randolph-Macon College. At R-MC, Rodney was the President of SAE, enjoyed “hogging”, and graduated with no academic acclaim. Post-graduation, Rodney worked for his family’s printing business for several years before he moved onto Chapel Hill, NC where he attended and graduated from UNC’s Kenan-Flagler Business School. Post business school, Rodney moved to Richmond and launched several successful entrepreneurial ventures, including a receivables management business (i.e. debt collection) and his most recent venture, Little Scholars, a provider of educational summer camps, after-school enrichment programs, and in-school and in-home tutoring. In his free time, Rodney enjoys spending time with his lovely wife, Stephanie (he way outkicked his coverage), his two boys (Taylor, 12 and Wade, 11) and his awesome daughter Ann Perry, 8. A side note: Rodney’s
boys are both very good athletes and they consistently give Rodney and John beat downs across a wide variety of athletic endeavors. In addition to spending time with his family,
Rodney is a big fan of leisure activities, which include but are not limited to playing cards, drinking bourbon, smoking cigars, and playing golf where he carries a 10 handicap. To
ensure that he continues to maintain his massive cash burn, Rodney has dedicated his recent years to collecting club memberships, which include The Country Club of Virginia,
Secession Golf Club, and The Homestead Golf and Tennis Club. Rodney’s golf game could be best described as “streaky,” which is usually directly inversely related to his prior night’s
activities – his one and only ace came on January 20, 2014 at the Kanawha Club just outside of Richmond. Rodney will be a great addition to the Ponce given his love of golf, focus on
competitive but fair play, and his ability to compete at the highest level at all “off the course” Ponce-related activities.

 

Johnny Miller Evokes Ponce de Leon!

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August 27, 2014

“He needs to quit being Ponce de Leon looking for that fountain of youth.”

-Johnny Miller on Tiger Woods

For Johny’s full analysis, click the Golf Digest story below:

http://www.golfdigest.com/blogs/the-loop/2014/08/johnny-miller-on-tiger-woods-swing.html

 

George Peper: The Thrill of the Chase

From the Desk of the Chairman, Neil Thomson

You may recall one of the principal inspirations for Ponce X in St. Andrews was George Peper’s book, “Two Years in Saint Andrews: At Home on the 18th Hole.” Available here.

He takes a pretty bold line on Tiger at end of his newest piece in Links magazine. As always, Peper is spot on!  Always about the journey, not the destination.  Tiger, at 38, with 14 majors is neck and neck with Jack’s pace – that alone sets the stage.  The fact that he continues to win 4 or 5 times per year (a career for most), yet his 15th major eludes him – only adds to the palpable drama heading into 2014 and beyond.  The world knows his talent and form are there – and that he is capable, but I get the sense that his pro peers have narrowed that once wide gap.  Tiger’s invincibility has been chipped away – perhaps in part by his own fall from grace, but also by the rise of his rivals’ own games.  I sense he will hoist more majors for sure – 4 or 5 more?, hard to say – but his desire and commitment seem as strong as ever.  He has had time and dug in the dirt enough to have grooved his new Foley-swing and regained his physical health.  On the metaphysical side, he is more human now than ever – and perhaps more likable than pre-fire hydrant…Which brings us to this – which is better: to be likable and human, or revered and untouchable?  Tiger straddles the middle of those perceptions, all the while stuck on 14.  Onward to Augusta!

 

Tiger

 

George Peper: The Thrill of the Chase

I’d love to see Tiger Woods win at Augusta before going through another major drought so his pursuit of Jack’s record is drawn out as long as possible

By: George Peper

 

A couple of additional links:

1) More Links Magazines articles written by George Peper

2) Tommy’s Honor – new major motion picture based on the story of golf’s founding father and son- Old and Young Tom Morris.

 

–NDT

St. Andrews Legacy Opportunity in June 2014

St. Andrews Legacy

By Neil Thomson

Most of you remember Graham Proctor, the towering, 6ft 6in proprietor of the Deveron House – the B&B site where most of the American Ponce team stayed in St. Andrews in 2012.Well, Graham has reached out to me in a major way – with emails and transatlantic calls the past month.

He is the Founder of an organization called St. Andrews Legacy (www.standrewslegacy.com).  Its mission, at least in major part, is to raise funds and bring US (and allies) Veterans to St. Andrews to play golf and experience the magic.  It has already made profound positive rehabilitation effects on the vets.

My take is that St. Andrews Legacy – although not as established yet – has similarities to Wounded Warrior and/or Patriot Golf Day.

Graham hosted a group of veterans from the US and Canada last summer – at Deveron House – they played Old Course; Muirfield, etc – and he is making plans to host similar golf experiences again in the summer of 2014.

He has 4 American vets committed for June of 2014 (I believe he has Australian vets coming in July, 2014) – included in the US group is a double amputee and a Medal of Honor recipient from tour in Afghanistan.  I believe a couple of the guys are in Tacoma, WA and one who lives in San Antonio.  I am pretty sure all of them have been physically handicapped from their military service.

Anyway – Graham was so impacted by our group’s camaraderie and Love of the Game that he wants 4 of us to go over and play with the 4 American vets for their special experience!!!

He has four-balls already reserved for this additional able-bodied group – where the format would likely be a good mix of teams, combining able-bodied players with handicapped vets.  The offer is $5000 per golfer, which includes round-trip airfare; lodging; all golf; “most meals”; all ground transport while there.  Essentially, the group would take over the Deveron House.

Now, on top of that, he is asking that each of the 4 American players also is able to raise an additional $2500 per man – to cover the remaining funds for the vets.  [So, really this package commitment is $7500 per golfer – although, as Graham suggested you could organize a spring golf day / fundraiser to try and get others to help fund the $2500 portion].  For example, I would think some Richmond guys could host a spring scramble at CCV with proceeds going to cover some of that portion.  If you are able to raise some funds for the $2500 portion, then the additional $5K is not as daunting – since it includes airfare.

 

The likely 2014 itinerary, per Graham:

Saturday, 14th June –             Arrive, Dukes (PM)

15th June –                                Jubilee

16th June –                               Old Course

17th June –                               Crail

18th June –                               Kingsbarns, dinner St Andrews GC

19th June –                               Machrihanish

20th June –                              Machrihanish,

Saturday, 21st June –            Depart UK.

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Please email me privately if you have serious interest in learning more about this opportunity.  It appears unique; memorable; and a fantastic way to support our troops who sacrificed so much.  And the golf of course is awesome –

For example, perhaps this could be the father-son trip you always wanted to do with your old man, or other family member?

Personally, I am unsure I can commit due to scheduling…but I want to do everything I can to help Graham on this and fill the 4 slots – and it is humbling he reached out to the Ponce.  Incidentally, he has other plans with St. Andrews Legacy – including some future golf events in Toronto, and something in the mix with PGA pro Johnson Wagner at Quail Hollow.  So, Graham has good reach with what he is trying to accomplish.  He is also open to our ideas on furthering his vision – and establishing your own significant involvement in a promising organization from the ground-up.

 

Here is a recent newsletter:

I have also copied an email from a vet who played over there last summer (they played in conjunction with the Sr. British Open / pro-am at Birkdale):

 

Dear Graham,

I wanted to pass along this short personal note of thanks for the exceptional event you orchestrated through St Andrews Legacy.  I realize I may repeat some of the words I provided during the final supper; however I don’t feel I could ever completely express my sincere gratitude for your unselfish commitment to help injured veterans, including myself.

When I spoke to you at the Open and stated that the past two days were the best form of rehab I have ever experienced, I was truly honest.  The road to recovery for most of the injured members is a life journey which will never end.  It is organizations such as St Andrews Legacy that can assist people along the way to accept their new normal in order to make the best out of life.  For me, while I stood on the 18th green at The Open Championship and met people like Jim McArthur, Fred Couples, Johnson Wagner, and of course Tiger Woods, I had an epiphany.  I would like to say it was a dream come true, but honestly, I could not have possibly dreamed of the opportunities which you provided the group.  It really instilled in me that anything is possible and to make the best of it.

I have come back with a huge boost in my life, thanks to you and your team.  My passion for golf has increased significantly and I’m inspired to make the most of it.  St Andrews Legacy is such a great initiative which has the potential to change many lives in good positive ways.  I will do my best on my end to promote the program to ensure sustainability for the long term (which we will discuss further in the coming weeks).

Graham, it was truly a great thing which you did and will continue to do for injured veterans.  You have proven that sacrifices will be honoured and wounded veterans are not alone in their battle.  Truly remarkable.  I have a good feeling that May 8th,  2013 marked the start of a long and prosperous relationship between Soldier On and St Andrews Legacy.  Two programs which get it.

All the best to you and your family,

Sincerely,
Jay

J.M. Feyko
Major
Soldier On | Sans limites

 

Thanks for your consideration of this –

 

Regards,

Neil


Neil D. Thomson, Esq.

E.  Neil.Thomson@FordWallace.com

 

Jerry West Sends Inspirational Note to 2013 Champions’ Fallen Player

Just days before the 2013 Ponce De Leon Invitational was to begin, first year player Brooks Brown found himself laid up in the hospital after a boating accident, unable to play. His team substituted  Greenbrier Head Golf Pro Jamie Hamilton and the rest is history. West 44 won the tournament.  Check out this e-mail from “The Logo” to Brooks the Sunday before the tournament.

_____________________________________________________________

From: Karen West
Sent: Sunday, May 26, 2013 7:21 PM
To: Brooks Brown
Subject: Best of Luck!

Brooks-

Wishing you and team West 44 much success in the Greenbrier tournament.  I’m very flattered by the choice of your team name and I’m hoping that you enjoy your time at my second home, White Sulphur Springs, WV!

Very Sincerely,

Jerry West

 

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