|Brooklyn borough prez Marty Markowitz about to award the trophy. Spoiler: it wasn't to me.|
Well, the inaugural Brooklyn Open is now in the books.
For my part, I grinded out an 88 (+16) which was good for T7 out of 21 players in the 10-14 handicap division. I left a lot of shots out there of course, but I also saved a few.
I'll sort it all out and do a full write-up later, but the short story is that I made it through the six-hour round using only one ball and not incurring any penalty strokes or scores worse than double bogey. Disaster-free at least. So in that sense, it was a moderate success maybe.