2013 RYDER CUP FIREWORKS at Point Roberts

BBC RYDER CUP HISTORY

It was four years ago when the Birdiehunters established a local team Ryder Cup Match Play.  The group was divided into two competing teams – ROOSTERS and TURKEYS. You can view the results of the 1st tournament here: https://birdiehunters.wordpress.com/2009/05/15/roosters-bar-b-qued-the-turkeys/

MATCH PLAY 2009

Celebration of the final matches was held at #9 Restaurant in Richmond.MATCH PLAY 2009-1

SUBSEQUENT MATCHES

Later on, team names became BLUEs and GOLDs.

In 2011, the BLUEs were winners by a margin of points (147-144) against the GOLDs. Leading scorers were EL CAPITAN for the BLUEs and HAN for the GOLDs.

MATCH PLAY 2011

They celebrated and toasted the winners at the Riverway Restaurant.

MATCH PLAY 2011-1FINAL SINGLES MATCHES FOR 2013

The Championship Match at Point Roberts is looming to be the most exciting as the two captains, BRAD – BLUEs and HAN – GOLDs had been jostling with the final pairings.

Never in its early history has the BBC RYDERs CUP been electrifying since a new match rule is introduced patterned after the PGA rules – winning matches are rewarded ONE POINT (1) toward the championship; with individual points counting only to break a TIE. It makes for an exciting finish as the two teams have 5 points apiece leading to the final singles matches. ANYTHING CAN HAPPEN.

WHAT ARE THE POSSIBILITIES?

 Here are the scheduled matches.

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The BLUEs Captain has played one of the most cunning strategies in gamesmanship – subtly “conceding defeat” against his counterpart. (Did you read his emails?)

The detailed analysis above certainly favors the BLUEs to win the 2013 Ryder Cup Match Play. HAN would have to do some pep talk tomorrow to inspire his team to overcome the odds.

WHATEVER the outcome, this would surely be a most exciting finish in our match play tournaments.

MAKE SURE YOU STAY FOR THE CELEBRATIONS

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