July 30-August 1
Region F - Evergreen State
"Cinderella story, outta nowhere, former greenskeeper now about to become the WGA champion"
The major storylines of the 2004 WGA Open include how the group fared against the huge amount of water in play over the first two rounds, tight competition right down to the final hole, and the fact that it is clearly impossible to win a hand of Texas Hold-em when you are dealt King/Jack.

The tournament came down to the final hole - a par 5 515 yard hole played to an island green!! With the outcome hanging in the balance, Brian Gray reached the green in two, setting up his birdie, while Peter McGarry also achieved a NET birdie on the hole and forced a tie. After discussion (due to some undefined tiebreaker rules), Brian magnanimously handed over the mug, allowing the championship to progress Peter.

A triumphant Peter McGarry awaits the awards ceremony
and his chance to accept the
Coveted Pewter Mug
Top 3 Scores (Net):
Peter -4
Brian -4
Mark +3

Others with Exemptions:
Big Al
The Photo Album:
The full group in all our glory
Posing before
the first round
Eventual runner-up
Brian Gray from just
off the green
Mark Taylor teeing off in the final round
Matt tees off ... while
everyone else talks
Hey Doug, that bunker looks juuuust a little deep!
What a motley crew
Other Stops Along The Way:
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