St Petes Contingent Tests Betmar Courts, AND, Enjoys Earl and Vivian’s Hospitality!! 2018 05 20.

ST PETE TESTS ITSELF AT BETMAR

Earl Ball Speaks: Erik Hahmann, above in Green, gathered up 10 players in addition to himself and traveled to Betmar in Zephyrhills on Sunday afternoon, May 20th to show his players another venue and they got to test themselves against Betmar and Lakeland players to see how much they’ve advanced. They did very well and enjoyed themselves.

We started out on some of Betmar’s straighter courts and then moved to the drifter courts at Erik’s request so the St Pete players could experience them; they don’t have courts that drift that much at St Pete. We really mixed it up and gave everyone a chance to play with and meet different players.
When we finished we headed over to Earl Balls house where Vivian had goodies ready for everyone with a cold drink to enjoy. We reconciled all the differences in shuffleboard preferences as well as solving all the problems that Shuffleboard faces.
Earl Ball 5-20-2018.  Thanks to Earl, to Vivian, and to Pauline, and other HELPERS.

Kerry of St Petes

Debbie of St Petes

Allison of St Petes

Allen of St Petes

 

Myklejords on left. I see Frank Niziolek.

 

Our Host and Friend

Dean in foreground; Pauline in Red, background.

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One Response to St Petes Contingent Tests Betmar Courts, AND, Enjoys Earl and Vivian’s Hospitality!! 2018 05 20.

  1. Tara Ollis says:

    So much fun!! Thanks again for having us!

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