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Juggs End up in the CL's Hands

3 of the most tenured Monterey MGA members came out to Pajaro Valley Gold Club on Sunday (7/23) and the course will never be the same.

After a delay on the first tee, the MGA competitors were directed to 10 tee. 3 drives bombed, 2 from the white's, one from the red's (Baird) and we were off. At the turn only one stroke seperated the Rebiskie brothers, and Baird was 12 strokes off the lead. The back (front) 9 is where thing started to heat up. Pete got off to a slow start and Benzo really wasn't putting up great scores. The tide turned on 14 & 15 (5 & 6) and back to back triples by Benzo allowed Pete to narrow the margain. Another triple on 17 (8) and only 2 strokes seperated the brothers.

The 18th hole of the day was tightly contested. After a duff pull to the right by benzo, Pete laced a drive down the right hand side but ended up under a tree. Benzo put his second within striking distance of the green, as did Pete. After a dismal duff by Benzo, Pete followed up by putting it on the green, below the hole on a long narrow green that ran uphill the entire way. Not to be out done, Benzo put his 2nd chip at the very back of the green setting himself up for a long downhill putt. After eyeing the putt carefully, he had a beautiful lag that put him for an easy 2 putt. Pete needed a 1 putt to tie, and, unfortunately could not force a playoff.

As all three competitors walked off the green that day, after a friendly handshake, they all knew they played their hearts outs. Each of the group shooting a 51 on the back. A new MGA Pajaro Valley Golf Course record of 99 was firmly in place.

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