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    365 days til payback

    365 days til payback

    Taking Pops to St Andrews to watch the British Open. 26yrs after he took me, I’m going to repay the greatest moment of my childhood

    2022 British Open #2022openchampioship #britishopen

    #standrews #golf

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    Tas-Tee at the Byron Nelson

    Tas-Tee at the Byron Nelson

    As if looping w local celebrity Tony Romo at The Veritex Bank Championship a few weeks ago wasn’t cool enough, walking TPC Craig Ranch w local hero Jordan Spieth was one of the coolest things we’ve ever gotten to do. Golf highlight of the week was watching Jordan’s putt on 18 go in for eagle from almost 60ft.. and the crowd went bonkers! ::chills::

    Another great moment was meeting Zach Sucher & his caddie for a minute or two on the 9th tee box.. Play was backed up a few groups for Keith Sneds and Jimmy so, while waiting, we told em bout a Tas-Tee and they had to try em.. and in doing so technically became the first Tas-Tee used at a PGA event... we made it y’all! Lol

    Also fun to catch up w some of our personal favorites like Sneddy, Ryan Palmer and Keith Mitchell. Also young Dylan Meyer, who we met on our inaugural Tas-Tee Roadtrip in 2018. All of these guys played great golf & made the cut, which was a whopping -6! Just imagine shooting 5 under for 2 days and having to go home. To say these guys were lighting it up would be an understatement. 

    After Jordan’s earth shaking eagle on 18, he was tied for the lead after day one w a score of -9. The course flexed a bit more muscle throughout the week but it still could contain the world’s best from going very low. Jordan finished tied for third at -20, four shots back of the winner, KH Lee. Lee was solid down the stretch, even after a severe downpour dampened things on Sunday. 

    Jordan will be looking to keep his momentum going into next week’s PGA Championship in South Carolina. 

    We’re looking forward to next weeks major as well.. then it’s back to Texas for the Colonial in Fort Worth! 😁

     

     

    Tas-Tee at our first Korn Ferry Tour Event

    Tas-Tee at our first Korn Ferry Tour Event

    The most successful things in life seem to come naturally for us and this event was another example.  The week started by volunteering at our local Texas Rangers Golf Course for the upcoming Korn Ferry Tour event hosted in Arlington, Texas.  The tour swapped the nines, which was a little confusing but I’ll be referring to each hole as they were during the tournament. 

    I was personally on site for most of the course setup. I helped out w signage, filling divots, roping off the course and player registration. I met so many wonderful golf people; volunteers, caddies, security, maintenance, and of course, the pros. 

    Golf side story- While registering the players, I noticed David Lingmerth’s  name on the list. Though he walked in with his mask on, I still recognized him right away. Somewhat startled he asked, “Do I know you?” I said, “2018, TPC Sawgrass, island green on Sat. You hit your tee shot right down the walkway to my feet. I had to move so you could hit.” Before saying another word, David said, “yeah, I flubbed the chip then got up & down for bogey, I remember you!” It’s crazy how the tour pros never forget a swing. It was good to catch up w David & I’m sure we’ll see him down the road. Here’s a direct link to that backstory: 

    On Wednesday there was a pro/am conducted in the “shamble” format. We followed the Mayor of Arlington, Jeff Williams and the Athletic Director of UTA, Jim Baker and their group around the beautifully manicured Texas Rangers GC.  Thursday started the Veritex Bank Championship and most eyes were on amateur Tony Romo playing on a sponsor’s exemption. The weather was a bit cool, esp in the morning. Although the weather eventually warmed up, our hero stayed cold throughout most the week. Tony actually started his week w his best highlight; he chipped in for eagled on his first hole! Here he is teeing off the 10th hole on Thursday morning: 

    A pulled tee shot at 11 was corrected by a beautifully played second but he missed the birdie putt. A missed green at the short par 3 12th but he recovered nicely w an up & down. From there Tony struggled to score but played to the home crowd whenever he could muster a smile. Here’s his tee shot on his final hole on Thursday. 

    Friday we were able to get some golf in before the rain came but once it started, there wasn’t much we could do to get it back to playable on Friday and the 2nd round day was cancelled until 730am on Saturday. 

    Brick, the course superintendent, and his relatively small crew worked tirelessly Fri night & Sat morning to get the course back in tournament shape. Huge props goes to them for being able to pull this off, it was epic!

    Saturday I was officially assigned “Tony Romo Duty” as my volunteer position for the day. Having met Tony a few days earlier, we had some laughs as he and his caddie, Mark, made their way around the course. I was there for every single shot, mostly kept fans quiet & out of his line of sight but I also helped find his ball on the 13th hole. As we’re walking up 18th fairway he asked if I had any more of those Lime flavored tees, to which I said, of course! I went live on IG from the 18th fairway and he had a Tas-Tee in his mouth when he hit his final approach of the tournament. 


    I’ve been a fan of Tony’s for a long time, since I took my dad for his 50th bday to see Tony debut on MNF at old Cowboys Stadium in 2006. I’m a bigger fan of him now that he’s pursuing another passion, a passion we both share, golf! With a Lime flavored golf tee in his mouth as he’s giving the classic Tony Romo smile, I’d say he’s a fan of Tas-Tee as well 😉 

    Tony finished 11 over and missed the cut but several other golfers made this track look easy. Anders Albertson started low on Thursday w a 62, highlighted by an ace at the 2nd! Erik Barnes had a double eagle on 18! By Sunday the tournament had taken shape and it looked as if Theo Humphrey would clinch the trophy but it was 12year tour veteran, Tyson Alexander that shot 7 under on Sunday to earn his first victory as a pro. What a moment for Tyson and his family. We could really see how much this meant to him, Ty didn’t stop smiling! Congrats to Tyson and good luck on your golf journey. 

    see y’all April 21-24th 2022!!!