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  The 2011 Preston Open was a huge success with over 65 competitors. Fans and competitors could not have wished for better weather, with no wind and a temperature of about 70 degrees the course was in tip top shape. Grounds crew members had the course shut down for two weeks in preparation and boy was it worth it. The greens were as crisp and beautiful as a fresh 100 dollar bill.

The scores for this highly prestigious tournament were all under 80 (except for one 92) which has not happened since 1975, the year of the Rabbit and the year that “Love Will Keep Us Together” by The Captain and Tennille was at the top of the charts. The lowest scoring male for this tournament was Barrett Dennison of Lambda Chi who shot a 39. The leading lady of this tournament was none other than fan favored Allison Parks who shot a 45. Be sure to read up more on the story in the next issue of Golf Illustrated.

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What would you say if there was a flag football team averaging 75.5 points a game? What would you say about a team that scored 93 points in a single game? Well… Whatever your answer is, report it to Lambda Chi’s A team. They scored 58 points in their first game against SAE White, and put up 93 points against the KA Billy Goats. These brutal victories are being led by Lambda Chi’s quarterback, Chris Singleton. He can throw deep bombs and is able to avoid the rush and turn it up field for positive yards on the carry. The highly favored Lambda Chi’s have the  quickness and ability to dodge tackles (a.k.a. flag pulls) without penalties and if another fraternity team can’t stop their offense then Lambda Chi will soon be Champions. If you are interested in this high scoring fraternity you can check them out @ 8:00 PM on Sundays.

When the WKU Flag Football Season has ended and the division champions have been crowned, will any of these teams test their skills at a Regional Tournament? For those of you who don’t know, a Regional Tournament is a tournament that consists of many teams from around the country. All of these teams are looking to be a REGIONAL CHAMPION, because when you win this championship you win a stipend trip to the National Championship. Last year’s National Championship took place a day or two before New Year’s in New Orleans. So the question is… How good are the teams who win our WKU divisions? Do they have what it takes to compete in a Regional Tournament? The Battle of the Bluegrass which is here in Bowling Green is being held the weekend of Nov. 19. For more information: click here. There are also tournaments in Florida, Ohio, Mississippi, and many other states. If you have any interest in any regional tournament contact: Brandon MacCallum (270) 745-6060.

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