HASLETT MI, June 30, 2001
foursomes competed in the annual Beebe Open at Meridian Sun golf course in
Haslett, just outside Lansing, Michigan. The format of the tournament was a scramble, with two
foursomes on each hole in a shotgun start.
the group of Scotty (Captain Hook) Mudbowl, Kelley (Long John) Kuehne, Ron
(AWSE) Dooley and Greg (Mayor McSlice) Dooley never
really recovered after penciling two bogies on the first three holes. Although the
group never bogeyed again, they did not make the shots needed to make a run at
the lead and finished 3-under par, eleven strokes off the pace.
action picked up after the scramble was over. After a enjoying a piece of cake in honor
of Kelley's 30th birthday (supplied by Kel's wife Kathy), the crew decided to
move the post tournament festivities over to the Mayfair bar and grill - just up
the road from the course. It
was at the Mayfair that the real excitement occurred when Mudbowl decided to
take his golfing frustrations out on the dance floor.
treated to some robotic arm moves, an ethnic Russian kick-dance and most
impressively, a floor clearing move that most closely resembled an old 80's staple: the 'worm'. Scott was unable to pull off the rare triple
putz (a worm,
centipede, and millipede in succession) due to the limited space on the Mayfair
dance floor. The last recorded triple was performed by Ozone in MGM's 1984 masterpiece Breakin'
2: Electric Bugaloo. After completing the worm slides, Mudbowl
embarked on what
appeared to be a victory lap around the bar, receiving high fives
from the Mayfair patrons.