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Introduction to MFT Tour and Events So Far

My First Tour, cleverly the MFT Tour, is planned as consisting of five geographical swings.  There will be four tournaments (three stroke play and a final match play championship in region, for a total of 20 tour stops.  A full field of 156 golfers compete from the Late ’50s, ’60s, ’70s, and ’80s decade packs.  The first geographical swing was through the Midwest and is completed.  The MFT has now moved to the East region where one of four tournaments is completed and the second Eastern event is  in the third round.  From the East, the Tour will fly across the pond to the British Isles for four events, then back to the US and the South region.  It will finish in the Western region.  All the events aren’t yet mapped out in terms of tournament titles and venues, but I have determined the first two portions of the MFT Tour.

Midwestern Swing (Completed)

Midwestern Open   Butler National    Jay Hebert   283 (-5)       10 strokes     over    Seve Ballesteros

Land of Lincoln Open    Medinah     John Mahaffey   277 (-11)    3 strokes     over    Dow Finsterwald

Motor City Classic    Oakland Hills     Bernhard Langer     278 (-2)     1 stroke    over     Rodriguez, Miller and Aaron

Midwestern Match Play Championship     Muirfield Village    Phil Rodgers    1 UP      over Tom Weiskopf

Eastern Swing

Liberty Bell Classic      Winged Foot     Arnold Palmer    275 (-5)    2 stokes    over     Hubie Green

Eastern Open     Merion     In Progress (3rd Round)

American Links Challenge    Bethpage Black

Eastern Match Play Championship   PC Boston

I will get you caught up in subsequent posts.  Hope you enjoy.,

James (Willie62) Kastner

By |2017-02-13T11:22:55+00:00February 11th, 2015|Kastner's Clubhouse|Comments Off on Introduction to MFT Tour and Events So Far

About the Author:

I'm 59, married, an avid table top game player, mostly AGS and Skeetersoft baseball. Lately my passion is ASG Golf. I'm an addict. I've started a tour and am five events into it. I was posting on the Delphi forum but will hopefully be posting event results and write ups here. I love feedback, so don't be shy to give me shout.