As per usual there were only a few cameras rolling, but we did manage to capture a few decent pics:
There were only a few cameras snapping but we caught some good ones:
A few photos from our trip to Victoria:
The World Team at Thursday night dinner.
Waalkes and Sharkey in Friday’s curious fashion choice.
The always-organized Cheever.
Harrison enjoyed a year off from captaining.
Jenkins sported the week’s only hoodie, thanks to Cheuk.
A view of the 10th green at Bear Mountain.
A view of the 14th green at Bear Mountain.
Benezra won both his Friday matches, and then didn’t win again.
Harrison/Jenkins d. Cheuk/Sharkey 70-75 at Highland Pacific.
Nelson, shown here with Benezra and Fessler, shot two 79’s on Saturday.
Fessler carried his partner to a Saturday afternoon win.
Singles match of the year that wasn’t.
Entertainment at Olympic View.
Jenkins closed out Cheuk on Olympic View’s gorgeous 17th.
Cox holed a ten footer on the last hole to win the Cup.
A victorious captain.
Cox and teammate Joe Stansell.
The look of victory.
Chillin’ on the Clipper ride home.
A few photos from our stay in Reno-Tahoe:
Team Seattle won despite playing with an eleven-man roster.
A few pics from the tournament at Gold Mountain and Chambers Bay:
The team pic.
A few pics from our trip to Pinehurst (the rest):
Waalkes busted out the 1998 sailor shirt for the practice round.
The 2013 Seattle Team.
The 2013 World Team.
Business partners and BFF’s with very different views of “dress up.”
BBQ delivery made for a nice dinner.
The Carolina Room.
Not a poor area.
This was once a bunker.
Waalkes does not want to remember this Saturday afternoon shot.
Jenkins fished a ball out of the bunker on his way to a singles victory over Waalkes.
The World Team donned Back 9’s for Sunday singles.
Last year lots of guys brought their cameras to Bandon Dunes. This year it was basically me who acted as the tournament photographer. A few of my favorite pics:
Our first-ever horse race.
Newcomer Baron Kofeod (shown here on Friday) went 3-1-1 for the Seattle Team.
Veteran Brian Patten went 5-0 for the World Team …
while Norman Cheuk went 4-1 for the now five-time defending champions.
The Seattle Team’s Saturday Callaway salmon shirts — glowing.
The Friday- and Saturday night barbecue deliveries were a big hit among the guys, many of whom were weary of picking up other peoples’ restaurant tabs.
Jenkins went 2-3 with two borrowed drivers and a bent putter …
while teammate Aro had some tough luck on the way to an 0-5 year.
We wound things up on Sunday night at Tumble Creek – just before darkness fell.