Always 70 and Sunny
Always 70 and Sunny

A Tradition Unlike Any Other II


Thirteen proficient ball strikers hit the links at Mary Munford in a quest for the elusive F3 Mudgear brand Green Jacket in perfect 70ish and sunny weather.  EF planted the flagstick.  Here’s how it went down.

Mosey down Magnolia Lane to the driving range in front of the school.


  • Merkins x 18
  • Flutter Kicks x 18
  • Copperhead Squats x 18
  • Arm Circles x 18 (9 front, 9 back)

Mosey to the 11th

Amen 4 Corners (4 rounds)

  • American Hammers x 18 (2c)
  • Mountain Climbers x 18 (2c)
  • Merkins x 18
  • Dips x 18


Mosey to Rae’s Creek

Chase the Tiger

  • P1 Elin does 3 burpees then runs down P2 Tiger bearcrawling, alternate down fairway
  • SSH x 36
  • Reverso and Repeato


Drive, Chip, Putt

  • From tee box hit the box around the shovel flag – 5 burpees per stroke, repeato 3 holes

Mary on the 18th green

  • Caddy Leg Toss (2 sets of 18)
  • Freddie M. (Couples) x 18
  • Tee Box Cutters x 18

Mosey along cart path back to Clubhouse


Hello Friends.

Every year at this time there’s an event they call a Tradition Unlike Any Other.  Up range here at MM Country Club we now have our own little tradition unlike any other.  The PAX, though smaller than last year, had an idea of what was to come and were pumped to tee off at 0530.  Unlike TYA last year, it didn’t take spelling Augusta National at the end of the workout for the theme of the day to become known.  Unlike the pros who warm up on the range, YHC prefers to warm up at the bar and jump right in on the 1st tee box, thus straight to Merkins to get it going in the COP.  During the 4 Corners, Swirly, playing speed golf, was crossing the Hogan Bridge while the rest of the PAX had yet to make the turn.  Well done!  The Drive, Chip, Putt competition went a bit smoother this year with the LED powered Pro V1 Frisbee vs. the range disc used last year.  Equipment matters little when you’re a hack however.  YHC is pretty certain the PAX was about 6 over through 3, but we’ll just put down Par on the ol’ scorecard.  It was the short game, and the long game that let the PAX down.  Not surprisingly mumblechatter involved a lot of Caddyshack quotes and of course someone in the gallery yelled GET IN THE HOLE!  As we go forth let’s remember that 2 wrongs don’t make a right, but 3 rights make a left.  As mentioned during the COT, may the PAX’s days be filled with Eagles and Birdies.  Until next year…





CSAUP – just over a week away


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  1. Fun Q, EFH! I never knew playing a round of golf was so tiring! I’m exhausted. Tough 4 corners! Way to work LJ and Flange on the partner work! Enjoyed having Pitstop out there in the gloom with us! Have a great Thursday all!

  2. Excellent work today gents! Days like these add a new element of fun to the workout.

    Well done today Pitstop!

    EF, let’s ensure this is a tradition that we keep for years to come.

  3. Pitstop had a great time and proceeded to pass out when he got back home. Wish we all had that option for spring break. The lit up SF is always a nice touch EF, good Q.

  4. Swirly (F3 Corporate) on

    Always look forward to the EF Hutton Masters Q
    Great job guys – Respect Pit-Stop !
    See y’all in the gloom..

  5. This was a ton of fun. The patrons were very quiet and respectful. Glad to see no one Tony Finau’d themselves during today’s round.

  6. Glad you guys enjoyed it. It was a pleasure to put this workout together and lead.

    I always look forward to Splinter’s Tourney Q, Gumbo’s Home Run Derby, Rosie’s 12 Days, and most any Honeydo themed Q.

  7. I was really sad to miss this one – but since I Tony Finau’d yesterday (great verbage Vinny!) I figured I should rest the ankle…no point in risking the CSAUP.

    Well done PAX, keep it up Hutton – I’ll definitely be at next year’s installment.