The 2014 LGIDMT

Gentlemen: It gives me great pleasure to share these photos, taken by original Marcher Brice Anderson.

Josh Dare demonstrates the level of sophistication that accompanies the LGIDMT as he waits to tee off with Gordon Hickey and Bob Dewsbury. Dare would go on to win low net, while Dewsbury would claim the goat head for 2014.

Bob Dewsbury (right) demonstrates the level of sophistication that accompanies the LGIDMT as he waits to tee off with Gordon Hickey and Josh Dare. Dare would go on to win low net, while Dewsbury would claim the goat head for 2014.

We were blessed to have a sunny day at Stonehenge, and many thanks again to Gordon Hickey for arranging tee times and for personally seeing to the exquisite condition of the course.

David Parsons, Andy Taylor, Lee Graves and Brice Anderson look directly into the sun

David Parsons, Andy Taylor, Lee Graves and Brice Anderson look directly into the sun

For the record, we raised $300 for Rwandan Hugs. Bob Dewsbury, winner of the LGIDMT special scoring system, was given the privilege of naming the prize goat.

Tom Kapsidelis, Tom Bond and Bob Leader wait for Brice to focus the camera

Tom Kapsidelis, Tom Bond and Bob Leader wait for Brice to focus the camera

A fine animal named Boston will join Fenster and Dewsbury in the pantheon of Rwandan goats courtesy of LGIDMT golfers.

Gene Graves, Al Persinger and Les Strachan contemplate who will pay for gas for the trip from Bedford

Gene Graves, Al Persinger and Les Strachan contemplate who will pay for gas for the trip from Bedford

Please mark March 21 for the date of the 2015 LGIDMT. Please let me know you’d like to secure a spot–it seems best to keep the field to 16 max, but if there is interest in expanding (hey, just think of sending a whole herd of goats!!!!), let me know.

Best to all,

Lee

Attendees of the 2014 LGIDMT tournament. All are silently wondering what excuses they can use instead of the snow, rain, gale-force winds and other elements that have allowed them to justify high scores in the past.

Attendees of the 2014 LGIDMT tournament. All are silently wondering what excuses they can use instead of the snow, rain, gale-force winds and other elements that have allowed them to justify high scores in the past. 

 

Les Strachan, whose wife began Rwandan Hugs, explains goat behavior in Africa

Les Strachan, whose wife began Rwandan Hugs, explains conditions in Rwanda so eloquently that Al Persinger (taking notes) is moved to tears.

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