Sunday, May 31, 2009


We had a great time in Lexington. We loved having our families there. Pictures will be coming soon. Pete got to experience his first round of golf and did much better than expected. As far as golf goes, it was a solid week of what ifs, could have been and should have beens. I played pretty solid everyday and just couldn't seem to make the putt or hit the certain shot to keep my rounds going. I left a lot of shots out on the course each day. My dad was able to be there to caddie for the week which doesn't happen very often. So that, along with all the other family there, made for a great week!


Thursday, May 28, 2009

Headed to KY

We are both excited that both families will be up in Lexington this weekend!!

Wednesday, May 27, 2009

ADI Classic

The tournament runs tomorrow through Sunday in Lexington, KY. The learderboard will be posted tomorrow at

Sunday, May 24, 2009


Scott finished 8th up in Indiana. He stayed a few extra days so that he could play Victoria National (apparently it's fancy?! who knows...). He is headed back now and will be home a little after midnight. Tomorrow he will head on to Lexington, Ky for the next Hooters event.

I will be semi sitting out again this week... I'm headed up on Friday to Bardstown, Ky with the White family to see my Aunt Judy (our most dedicated blog fan). The whole White clan (including little Pete) will be out to watch Scott on Saturday in Lexington.

Friday, May 22, 2009


Who can complain with a 63? I sure can't.

I tried to get a nice quote for our blog but I think Scott was wrapped up in basketball to care too much. Below are the only comments I could get from him!
"I came back from just an average day yesterday. I'm looking forward to playing tomorrow. Rob and I are working on some good things."

Now, everyone can see why I make most of the blog postings. :)

Thursday, May 21, 2009


So... I'm not in Indiana (I'm actually going a little stir crazy being home) but I wish I was. Scott seems to be playing great shooting 64 on Wednesday. He is out there with his Sports Psychologist, Rob Bell(link to Rob's website on right tool bar). I'm excited to see about tomorrows round!

Wednesday, May 20, 2009

Quail Crossing, Boonville IN

Find the leaderboard for this WED-SAT event at

Monday, May 18, 2009


Scott is in Indiana this week for the Hooters event. The event is from Wed-Sat. I will post a leaderboard update on Wed.

Monday, May 11, 2009

Open Qualifying

Scott qualifies Wednesday at Holston Hills in Knoxville for his local qualifying for the US Open. If he gets through he will play his section qualifier in Memphis in early June.

His next tournament is the Hooters event in Indiana beginning the week of the 18th.

Saturday, May 9, 2009

We are now home... finally. Our last event ended abruptly as Scott missed the cut but there were some unforeseen circumstances.

Scott found out Thursday night that he did not receive the exemption into the Knoxville Open. As much as he tried to focus on Friday, he honestly just had trouble. That's life... we've learned and moved on.

For those of you who know me, probably have an idea of my thoughts on this situation. I will not post those on the blog... that would not be a wise thing to do. Although, we will say that it is unfortunate that Scott will not be given the opportunity to play in front of his friends and family this year in Knoxville. Obviously, the Lord has other plans for us.

More than likely for those of you who will ask, Scott will not be Monday Qualifying for the event. He will be qualifying for the PGA Tour event in Memphis instead. We will already be near Memphis because there is a hooters event in Tunica MS.

Thursday, May 7, 2009

We were called off after 5 holes for weather. We restart at 0830 tomorrow.
We are running on a 4 hour delay. As of now Scott tees off at 5pm.

Tuesday, May 5, 2009

Walnut Creek Classic

Scott tees off tomorrow at 0800 in Goldsboro, NC. The leaderboard will be posted on at some point tomorrow.

Hopefully the weather will corporate.

deja vu

The last big Tarheel we played... it poured. The event only ended up being 36 holes. We woke up this morning and we cannot even see out of our hotel room. The radar is awful... thunder, lightening, rain. Sweet!

Monday, May 4, 2009

Final day....

Scott played a very solid tournament. He left a lot of shots out there but still managed to have a solid finish. His round was highlighted by an eagle on 17. He holed a pitching wedge from a 126 yards. After a debate with his caddy, he chose the right club. Scott shot -9 and finished tied for 13th.

The different events are great but for Scott and I what really make them enjoyable are the people. We've stayed with the Manions many times now and absolutely love them. We couldn't ask to stay with better people and feel as though we've been adopted by them. We can't wait to see them again when we play at Fort Gordon later this year.

Our friend, Charlie Gibson (who now caddies on the Nationwide Tour), caddied for Scott the final two days.

Saturday, May 2, 2009

Pictures from the last two days....

Team Stallings

Scott's fan

Scott's gallery (Manions, Tarnoskys, and Petersons)

Scott, Ray, Steve, and Gary

the best caddie ever, Steve

This is such a fun event. The entire community comes out to watch the golfers. We really enjoy it here with the Manions and Tarnoskys. Scott plays his final round at 0810 tomorrow. Tomorrow several people in the Village have big backyard parties. It should be a really fun atmosphere. Our next event is in Goldsboro, NC and it's a Tarheel/Egolf event running Wed-Sat.