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Discussion: 50 & Over Team in St. Louis

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June 18, 2007
Men's 55
42 posts
50 & Over Team in St. Louis
Who all is going in 50 Major + division?
June 19, 2007
Men's 50
2 posts
BMC13 Randy Smith 50 major plus from La/Tx will be in St.louis I just hope there is a good showing from other major plus teams
June 20, 2007
Men's 65
884 posts
Doc, Did you play in the ISA last year? I do know that in several divisions - at the higher levels - there were two or three teams. I remember you guys playing Travelodge out of Indiana up there when they were classed as Major.

We played 2 out of three in the 60 Major + against Tharaldsons.

With all the other Nationals in July, we are passing on this one. We will be playing in the SPA and NSA in July.

Good luck to you and the guys! I hope they use better balls than last year on those big fields!
June 20, 2007
Men's 70
497 posts

To your point, there were 5 60+ teams last year. One AAA (us) and 4 Major & Major+ teams. I remember the KC Fire and Texas Legends (both Major, at least last year). Don't recall the others.

Nice tournament. Well run, with good facilities, but limited participation.
June 20, 2007
Men's 60
246 posts
Hollis Appraisals will be in the 50 major plus division.
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