February March 2016


The Burr


Volume 28, Number 1 February / March 2016

In This Issue

2 Social Events for Winter

4 Bridge Results

5 Junior Activities Reminder

6 King & Queen Pins

8 Platform Tennis

10 Membership

11 Management Report

12 Gun Club News

Event Calendars at a Glance

Peter Drippé, Bill Baird and Mark Dailey at the Member-Member Shoot

Social Calendar

February - March 2016

Club Events for Winter

December – January

2015 - 2016

February 5th, Friday

Date Night in the

Grill Room

6:30 p.m. Cocktails.

Enjoy complimentary hors d’oeuvres ...And listen

to the sounds of talented guitarist, singer and Beach Club favorite “Bob”.

Dress: Jacket Required.

February 6th, Saturday

Denim & Diamonds Winter Party

6:30 p.m.

Grill Room – Break out your denim and diamonds

and join us for a terrific evening of great food and

dancing to the music of “Tangled Vine”!

$55 per person

Dress: Club Casual

February 7th, Sunday

Super Bowl Happy Hour

4:00 – 6:00 p.m. – Red Room

Who doesn’t like half-priced cocktails and

complimentary hors d’oeuvres? You won’t have to

venture far to watch the big game while enjoying a la carte dinner in either

the Emmet Room or the Grill Room.

Dress: Club Casual

Super Bowl Take Out

Rather watch the big game at home? We have kick-off packages

featuring Super Bowl favorites. Watch your email inbox for full details.

Take out menus will also be available at the front desk.

Let Wee Burn cater your Super Bowl party at home!

Note: Super Bowl to go food counts toward your minimum.

To Make Your Reservations

for Events

Please Call the Front Desk 655-1477

or go online at www.weeburn.org

February 12th, Friday

Fondue Friday

Join us for a special fondue experience. Put a table

of friends together. We will provide buffet style

cheese fondue appetizers, then serve a special entrée

and round out the meal with chocolate fondue dessert

$45 per person

Dress: Club Casual


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Plan Your Calendar

February 13th, Saturday

February 14th, Sunday

Valentine’s Day “Double Header”

Reservations 6:00 – 9:00 p.m.

The Red Room, Emmet Room and Grill Room will all be open

on both Saturday and Sunday. In addition to a la carte dining, a

special, romantic prix fixe option featuring a complimentary glass

of champagne will be offered on both evenings.


Emmet Room: Club Casual

Red Room and Grill Room: Jacket Required

February 26th, Saturday

Oscar Night at Wee Burn!

And winner dinner for 6!

Enter via the Red Carpet

6:30 p.m.

Join us for a la carte dinner in either the

Emmet or Grill Rooms. All diners may submit ballots with their

picks for the Sunday night Oscars. Points will be awarded for the

winning selections. Only those dining on Saturday evening may

vote. The member with the most points wins a complimentary

dinner for 6 in the Library, including wines selected by Warren!

Dress: Club Casual

March 6th, Sunday

Downton Abbey Tea

Join us for a special early big screen viewing of the last ever

episode of the heralded English series Downton Abbey.

2:30 p.m. English Tea and Champagne, Sandwiches, Traditional

English Desserts

3:30 p.m. Episode Airs (120 minutes).

Stay for Dinner afterwards (please make reservations separately).

Guests and reciprocal charges are welcome.

$35 per person.

March 17th, Thursday

Happy St. Patrick’s Day

In addition to our current a la carte menus in both the Emmet

and Grill Rooms, we will feature Irish specials including:

Mulligatawny Soup

Corned Beef and Cabbage

Irish Soda Bread

Half priced Irish Beers


Emmet Room: Club Casual

Grill Room: Jacket Required

March 20th, Sunday

Palm Sunday Brunch

12:00 – 3:00 p.m.

Join us for Sunday Brunch and bottomless Mimosas.

Dress: Club Casual

March 26th, Saturday

Children’s Easter Egg Hunt

3:00 p.m.

Beginning at 3:00 p.m. in the Lobby, pick up

your Easter basket and visit some animals at the

Petting zoo on the Patio. The Egg Hunt will begin

promptly at 3:30 p.m. Of course, the Easter Bunny

will be there to welcome everyone. The petting zoo

will be available from 3:00-5:00 p.m. A special

buffet will be available beginning at 5:00 p.m.

in the Main Dining Room.

Separate reservations are required.

$27 per child for Easter Egg Hunt

$22 per adult for buffet and

$12 per child for buffet

Dress: Club Casual

March 27th, Sunday

Easter Sunday Brunch

11:30 a.m. – 2:30 p.m. Seating times

11:30 a.m. – Main Dining Room

12:30 p.m. – Emmet Room

1:30 p.m. – Grill Room

2:30 p.m. – Main Dining Room

Join us for our lavish Easter lunch featuring a large

assortment of salads, carvings, seafood and our

spectacular homemade desserts.

$65 per adult

$32 per child (ages 5-11)

$12 per child (4 and under)

Dress: Jacket and Tie required

April 1st, Friday

Wine Dinner featuring

Grgich Hills Winery

6:30 p.m. Red Room

The iconic winery headed by famous wine maker

Mike Grgich who won the Paris medal when with

Chateau Montelena. Featuring a Fabulous 4 course

dinner partnered with the great Napa Valley wines.

Reservations are limited, Guest and reciprocal

charges welcome.

$125 per person

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Recent Duplicate Bridge Results

Winners of the December Bridge

Charity Event

December 3, 2015


1. Martha Hathaway – Marily Tjader

2. Molly Johnson – Brenda Greene

3. Mary Beach – Carol Taylor


1. Mary Ellen McGuire – Claire Greenspon

2. Meredith Dunne – Donna Doyle

3. Warren Williams – Linda Green

Martha Hathaway, Mary Ellen McGuire, Marilyn

Tjader, Claire Greenspon (not pictured)


1. Audrey Cadwallader – Karen Barrett

Penny Glassmeyer – Susan Mayo

2. Marilyn Tjader – Martha Hathaway

Belinda Metzger – Barbara Johnson

3. Mary Beach – Carol Taylor

Ann Towne – Dorothy Scott

November 12, 2015


1. Marilyn Giannos – Donna Christensen

2. Meredith Dunne – Leslie Caruso

3. Belinda Metzger – James Metzger


1. Linda Green – Warren Williams

2. Carol Coutts – Linda Lawlor

3. Donna Doyle – Mimi Van Dyke

November 19, 2015


1. Belinda Metzger – Barbara Johnson

2. Meredith Dunne – Leslie Caruso

3. Ann Towne – Dorothy Scott


1. Mary Richardson – Betty Hodgman

2. Rufus Cole – Ronald Kahan

3. Bill Hayes – Barbara Trainer

January 7, 2016


1. Belinda Metzger – Barbara Johnson

2. Janet Soskin – Penny Glassmeyer

3. David Mordy – Joe Holmes


1. Mary Richardson – Betty Hodgman

2. Meredith Dunne – Karen Barrett

3. Lois Berry – Elouise Spelbrink

January 14, 2016


1. Belinda Metzger – Barbara Johnson

2. Mary Beach – Carol Taylor

3. Molly Johnson – Elizabeth Dwyer


1. Linda Green – David Blackburn

2. Ronald Kahan – William Wood

3. Betty Hodgman – Mary Richardson


Volume 28, Number 1

Junior Activities


Our registration software remains the same allowing only one Registrant/User per

family. One member of a family can log on to register their children. If another

person logs into the registration software from that family, the first person will

automatically be logged out. Make sure NOT to have multiple people from the same

family attempting to register as it will slow down the process considerably and reduce your

chances of successfully registering for available activities.

Again this year, each child can only be CONFIRMED in ONE tennis clinic

per day for the weeks chosen. If your child would be interested in additional

clinics per day, you can sign up for additional clinics, but your child will only

be confirmed for the FIRST selection and placed on the waiting list for others.

You can register and confirm (based upon availability) multiple children in the

same time slot in the same week. We are attempting to accommodate everyone

so that each child can gain access to at least one tennis clinic per day. We will

fill any available spots from the pending list by March 13 so that summer

schedules can be made.

As in years past, we expect certain weeks of Beach Camp to fill up quickly.

We will maintain the waiting lists and confirm according to the date/time

stamp created during registration.

Please go into the registration software PRIOR to March 9, to ensure child/

dependent information is listed correctly. This is especially important for new

members who have joined the club within the last year.

Please consider your camp and golf choices carefully as you will be committing

100% to these activities when registering. There will be no refunds after initial

registration for these activities unless your spot can be filled from the waitlist.

Fall Junior Golf, Fall Tennis, Fall Paddle and Winter Paddle clinic sign-ups

will be available July 1.

Cancellation dates are as follows:

Fall Golf and Fall Tennis: August 15

Fall Platform Tennis: October 1

Winter Platform Tennis: December 1

After these dates, you will be billed 100% if you cancel and your spot cannot

be filled from the waitlist. For all other activities (tennis, sailing, swimming

and diving) changes and cancellations will be allowed through April 1. After

April 1, you will be billed 50% of the program fee if you cancel and your spot

cannot be filled from the waitlist. If you withdraw after June 1, you will be

responsible for 100% of the fee if your spot cannot be filled.

Registration for grandchildren interested in Beach Camp begins on Monday, June 1,

2016 and is on a space availability basis. Please contact Tammy Carney to

check availability and to sign up. In order to participate, the grandchild must

live outside a 100 mile radius of Wee Burn.

The age cut offs are as follows:

Spring activities: birthdate as of 4/30/16

Summer activities (excluding beach camp): birthdate as of 12/31/16

Beach Camp: birthdate as of 6/15/16

Wee Burn will be offering the Junior

Activities program a golf/tennis clinic

for 10-12 year olds.

The session will run from June 21

to July 29. Included in this 6 week

program, lunch, and transportation

to the beach club after tennis at

2:00 p.m..

Golf: 10:30-11:30

Week 1:

Tuesday through Thursday

June 21, 22, 23

Week 2:

Wednesday through Friday

June 29, 30, July 1, 6, 7, 8, 13, 14,

15, 20, 21, 22, 27, 28, 29

Lunch: 11:30-12:00 in the paddle hut

Change/warm up: 12:00-12:30

Tennis: 12:30-2:00

Week 1 - 6:

Tuesday through Friday

Pool Fun –

Swimming, Diving, Water Polo: 2:30-3:30

Week 1-6:

Tuesday through Friday

Water Polo will continue to be

offered this summer to our juniors.

The program is designed to provide

basic instruction to learn the game

in a fun environment.

Age Groups:

Mights: 7-10

Juniors: 11-13

Seniors: 14-17

Practices: Monday, Thursday, Friday,

2:30-3:30 p.m.

Platform Tennis for Juniors

2016-2017 Platform Tennis Junior

schedule will be available on the

Club’s website on June 1st. Please

email paddle@weeburn.com with any

questions regarding platform tennis.

February / March 2016 5


Bowling with the High Rollers

Wee Burn Bowling is

in full swing, with the

cooler weather arriving

the Bowling Scores have

heated up.

Sheree Frank led the Ladies with a 202 while Sue Weaver

bowled a 190. For the Men, Jim Goll had the High Score for

the year 237 & 200, Peter Drippe 212 & 204, Boie Bogardus

212, Avery Whidden 207 & 200, John Geissinger 208, Frank

Gallagher 203 and John Gedney with a pair of 202s. High Triples

Scratch Peter Drippé 548, John Geissinger 548, Frank Gallagher

547 & 520, Boie Bogardus 540, John Gedney 533 & 518, Bob

Kuesel 525 and Jim Goll 523. High Triple with Handicap John

Geissinger 731, Jim Goll 687 & 670, Peter Drippé 677, Frank Gallagher 664 & 649,

Boie Bogardus 657, John Gedney 641 & 635 and Bob Kuesel 633.

L-R : Jim Goll, Steve Baker, Frank Gallagher, Bob Kuesel. Missing from picture are John Fichthorn & Taymore Zarghami.

Men’s League 1st Half Championship

The Battle for the 1st Half Champion was very close between all four teams. The

first half is 8 weeks long and after 6 weeks, two teams were tied for first and the other

two teams just 2 points away. Half way through the first half team 4, Steve Baker,

John Fichthorn, Frank Gallagher, Jim Goll, Bob Kuesel and Taymore Zarghami were

floundering in dead last place but when the going gets tough, the tough get going.

On the last night of the first half they were 2 points out of first place but ready for a

showdown with Team 2, Jim Barker, Mark Brown, John Gedney, Kip Koons, George

O’Brien, John Purcell and Scott Ruckman. Team 4 won the first two games by 89 pins

and take a 2 point lead going into the last game. If team 2 wins the last game by 90

pins they win the 1st half championship, win the game they did but by only 8 pins.

1st Half Championship to Team 4.


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Couples’ League 1st Half Championship

The Couples League this year is a little different with their Bowling format.

They are Bowling against a different opponent each week so it is a littler tougher.

Tied for 3rd place with 9 points were Teams 5, Jodie & Angie Dostal and John

& Anne Geissinger and Team 8, Ed & Carolyn Kyritz and Jim & Sue Demark.

Finishing in 2nd Place with 10 points was Team 2, Dave & Sheree Frank and

Ralph & Gail Reynolds.

Champions of the 1st Half were Team 3 with 13 points only losing 3 points all

1st half, Pat Flavin & Brenda Kennedy and Scott & Maureen Ruckman.





Wee Burn is joining over 20

other area clubs in providing

courts for the Platform Tennis

National Championship, and

will play host to the President’s

Cup competition on Thursday,

March 3. This event is the

“U.S. Open” of Platform


Ladies’ Handicap Singles L-R: Angie Dostal, Winner and Deb Goll, Runner up

Ladies’ Handicap Singles Tournament

The Ladies Handicap Singles Tournament was bowled on two days in January

to include the Tuesday Ladies League and the Wednesday Ladies League. This

year’s Tournament was one of the most competitive ones in recent years. Deb

Goll started off with one of her best games of the year, 232 to take a 18 pin

lead over Gail Reynolds. After the 2nd game, Deb was still leading but only

by 1 pin over Brenda Kennedy and 9 pins over Beth Bucciarelli. On to game

three for the showdown. Angie Dostal was bowling one of the best games of

the year and it came down to the last ball of the last frame of the third game.

Angie finished with a 196 scratch and 248 with handicap to take the lead in

the Tournament. It was up to Deb now, she needed a spare in the 10th frame

and then 8 pins to tie Angie’s score of 647 and 9 to win. She rolls the ball and

knocks down 6 pins, Angie wins by 2 pins, 647 to 645. What a Tournament,

What a Finish.

Wee Burn’s courts will be

utilized from Thursday, March

3 until Saturday, March 5 and

will therefore be unavailable

for member play during that


Come cheer on Anton and

Patricio as well as seeing the

most elite players from over

30 states and several foreign

countries who compete at the

highest level. Quite simply,

this event will showcase the

best of the best in this

dynamic sport.

February / March 2016


Platform Tennis

Ladies’ Updates


The platform tennis season concluded

its first half in December. The second

half will stretch over the months of

January and February. The Wee Burn

ladies competed very hard in both

leagues, conducted themselves with

class, and were gracious in both

victory and defeat.

Fairfield County Women’s Platform

Tennis League (FCWPTL)

The WB1 team, captained by Tiernan

Cavanna, has solidified their status

as one of the strongest teams in the

league. Despite unfortunate injuries,

our ladies finished third in the highest


Jane Nedder’s WB2 fought hard in

all of their matches. Unfortunately,

missing several key players did not

allow the team to stay in the division.

However, there are plenty of matches

in January and February to rebuild

the confidence.

The WB3 team, led by Barbra Bell,

had a breakthrough season winning

the Division 5. It was a complete team

effort with all players consistently

winning matches each week. They are

looking to carry the momentum to

the Division 4.

Despite their best efforts, the WB4

team was relegated to Division 8. The

co-captains Stacey Smith and Jenn Lia

did a great job of fielding a balanced

team each week but fell just short in

several close matches.

Colleen Davenport with the help of

co-captain Julianna Spain managed

to field all lines throughout the

season. Overall, WB5 had a successful

season with many new players, great

camaraderie, positive attitude and

continuous improvement.

Darien/New Canaan Women’s League

Captained by Elena Whidden, the

Wee Burn team has successfully

competed this season. The team

employed a new structure fielding

two teams from WB1, two teams

from WB2 and four teams from

WB3. This allows most of our deep

roster to compete in a league match

each week, while maintaining a

competitive edge. The league will

conclude on February 2nd with a

luncheon to follow at the Wee Burn

Main Club.


On Thursday morning, December

17th players from all five teams

gathered for the round robin,

followed by luncheon and the Secret

Santa gift swap. In a relaxed round

robin atmosphere Bloody Marys

were served directly to the courts.

The ensuing gift swap featured many

funny and cool gifts with the most

popular being stolen multiple times.

It was a great way to celebrate the

first half of the season! Thanks to

Sue Weaver and Jane Nedder for

chairing this event.

The Mixed Scramble events took

place on November 13th, December

11th and January 8th. These events

were a big success with the play

going past 11:00 pm. Participants

of different level played with each

other, socialized off the court and

met new members.

Thanks to Jenn Lia for hosting

these wonderful events!

At the table of the Mixed Scramble. L-R: Jon & Lisa Haas, Dave & Jenifer Hagen, and

Jenn (chair) & Robert Lia


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Men’s Updates

Men’s Wednesday Night Paddle

Wednesday nights at Wee Burn

continues to be very popular. Every

week, between forty and eighty men

sign up to play competitive but fun

paddle with great music and tasty

food. If you are interested in playing

on Wednesday nights, please email

Paul Harding at pharding21@hotmail.

com and Anton Mavrin at anton@



On Saturday, November 14th Wee

Burn Country Club held its annual

Men’s Member-Guest Tournament.

Thirty-two teams played in the event.

The players enjoyed great weather and

a fun day of competitive paddle.

In the thrilling final, Dave Gedney

& Ian Lindsay defeated defending

champions Boie Bogardus & Jim

Brown. Everyone had an outstanding

time, a big thanks to Paul Harding

for hosting this great event.

Junior & Family Updates


Junior Pizza Parties continue to be

fan favorite with many junior paddle

players between ages of 6 and 11. Fun

games and drills, candy and pizza is a

fun way to spend a Friday evening at

the club!

Men’s Member-Guest L-R: event chair Paul

Harding, champions Dave Gedney & Ian

Lindsey, finalists Boie Bogardus & Jimmy


The Super Senior Tournament

took place on Saturday, December

12th. To qualify, all players had to

turn 60 in 2015. Seven teams were in

attendance and ready to play by 1:00

p.m. It was a round robin format with

an equivalent of three sets. After seven

rounds George Wyper & David Frank

emerged victorious with Bruce Orr

& Cris Love finishing in second

place. Win or lose, great fun was

had by all. A big thanks to Charlie

Goodyear for chairing the event.

Men’s Super Senior participants

L-R: Super Senior champions David Frank

& George Wyper with finalists Bruce Orr

& Cris Love.

Junior Pizza Party Participants

A new event last season, The Teenagers

Night Out has established itself as an

in-demand event among the Wee Burn’s

teens. They come to play fun drills,

challenge matches and mixed doubles.

Teenagers before the event

On November 29th, over 40 adults

and juniors attended Thanksgiving

Exhibition and Family Play. The mix

of Wee Burn’s former and current pros,

Viki Stoklasova & Patricio Misitrano

against Sebastian Bredberg & Anton

Mavrin took the stage for the

exhibition. The pros provided spectators

with long rallies, shot making and

momentum changes. As the exhibition

went along, families occupied courts

in various combinations. The club

provided hot chocolate, cheese

appetizers and snacks for all to enjoy

a great afternoon at the club.

L-R: exhibition pros Anton Mavrin, Patricio

Misitrano, Viki Stoklasova, and Sebastian


February / March 2016



Posted Applications

An applicant is posted for a 60 day period. During that time, members are encouraged to call or email

any member of the Membership Committee with comments relative to the applicant or his/her spouse.

All comments will be held in the strictest confidence.

The following people are posted for Wee Burn membership.

December 8, 2015


Mr. David R. Carlucci – Spouse: Debra

October 27, 2015


Mr. Brian Murphy – Spouse: Sara; New Golf

Mr. James M. Sandison – Spouse: Lesley; New Golf

Mr. Greg Stevens – Spouse: Tere; New Golf

August 20, 2015


Mr. Casey F. Shanley – Spouse: Meghan; New Golf


Mr. Charles A. Hinnant


Mrs. Keiley G. Fuller

Mr. Paul M. Swirbul

Mr. Mark D. Edwards


Mrs. Rachel Zarghami

Requested Applications

A person has requested application once a member proposer has submitted a letter listing the seconder and the

members that will write letters on behalf of the applicant. Members are encouraged to call or email any member

of the Membership Committee with comments relative to the applicant or his/her spouse.

All comments will be held in the strictest confidence.

Once a person has requested application, the current wait time to being posted for membership is approximately

one to two years for legacies and two to three years for non-legacies. Racquets and/or House members may be

admitted as soon as the application is submitted in full and the posting requirements are met.

The following people have requested application for Wee Burn membership.


Mr. O. Andreas Halvorsen – Spouse: Diane; Racquets

Mr. Clayton Sherman – Spouse: Jennifer; New Golf

Mr. Kurt Drstvensek – Spouse: Heather; Junior Golf


Mr. Peter K. Gonye

Mrs. Maureen M. Ruckman

Mr. George Craft


Daniel J. Brickman, Chairman


Membership Committee: Kelley Barnett, James J. Demark, Karen Elders, David W. Frank, Robert M. Lia,

Catherine C. Luth, Philip Martzolf, Jefferson S. Myers, Foster Smith, Lynne F. Somerville, Susan Weaver.


Volume 28, Number 1

Management Report

February - March 2016

Happy New Year! After an extremely successful 2015 we are hard at work planning and

implementing improvements to make 2016 even better. From an operating standpoint,

Wee Burn enjoyed its third consecutive year with a modest operating surplus. Member

parties and golf revenues helped drive the better than budgeted results. 2016 already has a

robust schedule of events. Our golf outing calendar, however, is not full and anyone considering

hosting such an event this year is encouraged to contact Sam, Kimberly or me.

The new roster book will be going to press shortly and will include information on each

activity, as well as junior activities spring and summer activity details. There will be some

adjustments and clarifications to both the dress code and the guest policy which all members

are encouraged to read carefully.

There are a number of approved capital improvement projects slated for this year, the most

significant of which is the driving range/parking project. It is hoped that phase one, which

includes the Hollow Tree Ridge Road screening and construction of the new parking lot,

will be complete by early June. Phase two, the construction of the new range itself, will take

place beginning on August 1 so that grass may be established prior to opening day, 2017.

Other capital projects include the re-surfacing of the pool, together with new tile, racing

stripes and coping, the replacement of the outdoor furniture at Soundview, the final phase

of outdated equipment replacement in the beach club kitchen, re-routing the cart path

on the golf course behind 13 green as well as replacement of the bridge from 12 green to

13 tee, main club tennis court drainage improvements and the replacement of the asphalt

walkway and patio at the main club tennis courts with bluestone.

We have a number of dining initiatives as well as upcoming special events, please see page

2-3 for details. As always, we encourage reservations in all our dining rooms (although

reservations may not be made for the Emmet bar area). We have already had a number of

occasions where we have been unable to accommodate “walk-ins” so we encourage you to

call if at all possible prior to arriving to be sure we are able to accommodate you.

As always, I look forward to seeing you at your club soon and often!

Warren Burdock

General Manager

In Memory

Our condolences to the family and many friends

of our longtime members

January – Mr. Louis T. Hagopian

We would like our members to know that we are available

to send out immediate email notification of the passing of a

member, should the family desire. We will not publicize this

news without the consent of the family.

Please contact Warren Burdock at 655-1477

February / March 2016 11

Gun Club News

Wee Burn beats West Point, Loses “Lost Bird” Trophy to Greenwich CC.

Kevin McGrath on the trap field against Army

A slightly depleted Wee Burn team

lost this year’s home-and-home contest

with Greenwich CC for possession of

the “Lost Bird Trophy” for the second

year running.

Season Championships began in late

January so check the schedule.

Wee Burn hosted the Cadet

Shooting team on November

22nd, narrowly winning the

match by seven “birds”, in

what is always a hotly contested

match but more importantly a

great honor for us to meet the

impressive West Pointers. Chris

Van Munching was the high

gun, and Matt Heckert, Kevin

McGrath, Doug Hecker, and

Rick Oakford were the scoring

shooters for Wee Burn.

Wee Burn vs. West Point

Happy Cadet has his hat shot after

shooting his first “clean” round at WB

The always popular Member-Guest

event will be on February 28th this year.

Wee Burn vs. Greenwich CC

Andrew Wood winning the Member-Member

with a perfect round in the tie-breaker

Jimmy Mac Nedder at the Member-Member

Eventual winners Chris Van Munching and

Andrew Wood share a light moment on the skeet

field with Jimmy Mac Nedder.

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