News from the American Sports Builders Association                                                        January 2013

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ASBA Members Test Their Tennis and Golf Skills

When ASBA members and their guests get together at the Technical Meeting, it’s all about sharing information, collegiality and best practices.

Until the golf and tennis tournaments. Then all bets are off.

At this year’s Technical Meeting in Orlando, Florida, the Grand Cypress Resort hosted this year’s golf and tennis tournaments. The golf tournament was sponsored by UCS, Inc., and the tennis tournament was sponsored by Har-Tru Sports.

The golf tournament was chaired by Tom Hinding (Hinding Tennis Courts, West Haven, CT), and at the end of the day, the following individuals triumphed:

1st Place team (62)
Brian Jaeger
Todd Amerson
Brad Webb
Dan Wright

2nd Place team (63)
John Welborn
David Dettor
Trimmer Dettor
Randy Futty

3rd Place team (65)
won scorecard playoff
Pat Hanssen
John Hanna
Bruce Mahler
Todd Dettor

Closest to the pin:
Men – Rob Werner
Women – Isabel Wright

Longest Drive:
Isabel Wright

A total of 24 people participated in ASBA’s tennis tournament, (held at the same venue). The tournament began with round robin play and based on the results players were divided in the A and B groups. Players then competed in single elimination play within these groups to determine A and B champions. The results were as follows:

A Champions – Greg Duffy and Lee Sponaugle
A Finalists – Peter Francesconi and Pat Hanssen

B Champions – David LaSota and Todd Dettor
B Finalists – Ron Young and Ed Montecalvo

Itching for some payback, or just want to show off your skills? The ASBA Winter Meeting will feature both a golf outing and a tennis tournament. More information about both events will be forthcoming.


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