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Check out the following podcast. It contains information about upcoming events, how to register for the intramural bracket challenge, and my personal predictions for the Final Four. Leave a post with comments, questions, or your very own predictions and a place where you can brag and say, “told ya so.”

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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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Welcome back readers, the holiday break is over and Intramural Sports are geared up and ready to go. The winter days of lounging around are done with so get off your couch and get that spring break body. The spring semester is full of highly anticipated Intramural sporting events, which include… basketball, dodgeball, soccer, and softball. There are 15 available sports for the 2011 spring semester. Check out the intramural page to see all the sports and their important dates. The first sport up for participation is Putt Putt with a registration deadline of January 25th.

Most people would say that Putt Putt is a strange intramural event, but it’s a great opportunity to hang out with friends and enjoy a relaxing sport. The course is set up in the Preston Center and designed with obstacles by the intramural staff. Participants in the past have taken this sport as a chance to showcase their “comical” or “outlandish” golf attire. So to encourage such behavior we will not only award the men’s and women’s winners with t-shirts, but will also award the best dressed male and best dressed female. The judging of best dressed participants will be done by the staff working the tournament. In conclusion, before participating in this event you may want to watch classic golf movies such as, Happy Gilmore and Caddyshack, to gain an idea of what looks to be comical, or even ridiculous.

Register online at imleagues.com by January 25th.

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