Thursday, June 28, 2012

Don't forget to continue to VOTE for our home makeover!! 

Scott slowly working his way into practicing again.  So far his therapy seems to really be helping.  He hopes to play next week at the Greenbrier Classic, no promises.  

Sunday, June 24, 2012

Unfortunately... another injury update

We learned a lot from the rib injury earlier in the year.  Unfortunately, we are having to use what we learned much sooner than anticipated.  Scott had to withdraw last week in CT.  We had hoped that we were coming home strictly for precautions but his MRI told us other things.  He currently has 2 herniated discs in his back. He's been in therapy multiple times a day since Thursday.  He also meets with a spine guy on Tuesday of this week.  We are hoping and praying that everything will shift back into place on its own and that he can play again at the Greenbrier.  At this point we aren't sure...

This year had been frustrating.  We've heard all kinds of "lovely" comments about Scott's play this year.  I can promise everyone this is not the year we intended on but you play the cards you're dealt sometimes.  Scott, especially, is doing the best that he can.  We're hoping things can turn around soon.  

Friday, June 22, 2012

VOTE! now through JULY 5!

It's a new day! VOTE! 

How to vote: click on the link, see the sideshow of our backyard, click the link under the final picture, repeat 10x a day!! :) Ok... 10 may be a bit much. Vote as much as you like. 

Thursday, June 21, 2012

Scott withdrew to a back injury. He hopes to play next week at the AT&T.

Vote! Vote! Vote!

Want to hear something cool??? 
is coming to our house! 

The next cool part is that you get to VOTE what happens! From now until July 5 you can need to VOTE VOTE VOTE!! We want to have the most votes ever! 

What's the show??? 

How do you vote?

What's the kicker of the show??? 

We have no say at all on what happens! So, help us VOTE! VOTE! VOTE! 

Wednesday, June 6, 2012

Lost a great man today.  
RIP Rob Stallings

Scott will be playing Memphis this week.  It's 45 minutes from his granddads town... 
he would have wanted him to play.  

This will be a tough week for him as well as the rest of the family.  

Please keep the Stallings in your prayers this week. 

Monday, June 4, 2012

US Open Update-2

due to mother nature Scott will not attempt to qualify for the US Open until TUESDAY.

he withdrew after 27 holes. off to tpc southwind to prepare for this weeks event.

Sunday, June 3, 2012

Friday, June 1, 2012

Memorial Saturday

This is what my day will look like tomorrow.  

1:20 tee time with Tiger Woods. 

Memorial Round 1

7:57 PM

Stallings surges on last four holes

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Scott Stallings made a late move to take the overnight lead at Murifield Village.
By Helen Ross, PGATOUR.COM
DUBLIN, Ohio — So far, the 2012 season has been a "lackluster" one for Scott Stallings. His words, not ours. He even went so far as to say that lackluster "would be an understatement."
Stallings, though, is being a bit hard on himself. After all he tore cartilage in five ribs, as well as an intercostal muscle, after the Sony Open in Hawaii. He tried to play through the pain, entering three more events, before heading home to Tennessee where a doctor suggested an MRI that revealed the damage.
Even after a month’s rest and an ample supply of painkillers, Stallings has been searching for the kind of form that enabled him to win the Greenbrier Classic as a rookie last year. Until Thursday, that is, as he shot a 66, only his third sub-70 round all season, to take the lead at the Memorial Tournament.
"I wasn’t able to work out, wasn’t able to do the things you need to do to play against the best players in the world," Stallings said, alluding to the self-doubt that crept into his mind during the 35-day layoff. "Now I’m cleared and happy to be able to play injury-free.
Stallings, who just got the go-ahead to hit the fitness trailer two weeks ago, birdied three of his last four holes to seize a one-stroke advantage over Erik Compton and Spencer Levin. He hit nine fairways, 13 greens and used just 25 putts on a course he says he "loves" after tying for 20th last year and at a tournament that is his favorite non-major.
"It was a great start," Stallings said. "I definitely haven’t played very good up to this point. … I stayed positive all throughout being injured and stuff like that.  I kept telling myself that it was only a matter of time before a round like this was coming around.
"… My caddie and I came in on Sunday, they gave us a golf cart, and played 27 holes and just kind of ran around the golf course. So I became more and more comfortable with it as the week went on."
Stallings played the par 5s particularly well on Thursday, making a chip-in eagle at the seventh hole and three other birdies. The eagle, which moved Stallings to 3 under, seemed to jump-start his round.
"That was kind of the moment that my caddie is like, all right, here we go," Stallings said. "I was kind of starting to build some momentum. I started hitting some really good shots. … Obviously any time you have a little chip that goes in like that, it’s a bonus. But it was kind of the moment — I think that was the most under par I’d been since Kapalua.  And that’s a long time ago.
"To be 3 under through 7 and kind of be able to build upon that was something that was pretty big instead of just kind of being there and hanging around. So hopefully we can build on it for the rest of the week."