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Bill Gelsomino v. Steve Richtarik - This will match the top players from their teams in a battle over the last three weeks of the season for league supremacy. At present, very little separates these teams. You can bet that Steve “Statman” Richtarik, who wet his pants in a double match last week, will have a favorable handicap determination for this match. Gelsomino, who wouldn’t give strokes to a coprse, will be chafing over giving the long hitting “Statman” any candy in this one. Lucklily they will only see each other on the tees and greens as the wannabe long hitter Gelsomino will be hitting 3-4 longer clubs into the greens in this one.
Vin LaFazia v. Ray Castigliego – The slow moving LaFazia, who was unbeaten in league play until very recently, will take on the consistent Castigliego in an attempt to keep his team at the top of the league heap. Both players are very consistent and veterans of match play pressure. So this should be a very hard fought match.
George Benjamin v. Andy Constant – This match should be a doozy. Provided that the volatile and forgetful Benjamin gets delivered to the course on time by the RIDE van, George should be dropping F-bombs and lobbing clubs from the 10th to the 18th hole. George, who neither knows Andy’s name nor recognizes him as a member of the league, will be wondering why he doesn’t have a match this week. Andy, on the other hand, has recently succumbed to the pressures of match play and the unrelenting pressure from his captain, Bill Gelsomino. He has vowed to kick George’s “old, wrinkly ass” from one end of Triggs to the other. Andy, who considers himself the real “A” player of his team, is just itching to show Captain Gelly who is the real ace of the team.