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Keyes Classic
Annual Golf Tournament


Eighth — 2006

Seventh — 2005

Sixth — 2004

Fifth — 2003
ALS fundraiser

Fourth — 2002
Tournament moves

Third — 2001
Invitational begins

Second — 2000

First — 1999

 
2007 invitational
golf tournament
Ninth

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The Game
Scramble format, played at Niagara Falls Golf Club
The Teams
1. Denis, Darren, Pat, Dave K
2.
3.
4.
The Winners
Jared ...
2006 invitational
golf tournament
Eighth

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The Game
Scramble format, played at Niagara Falls Golf Club
The Teams
1. Patrick, Mickey, Jeff, Marty
2. Denis, Bryn, Kevin B, Carey S
3. Seany, Miriam, Tony
4. Sean sr, Dave L, Dan D, Chris B
5. Geoff, Tyson, Keith, Gump
6. Andy D, Vanner, Fuhrmann, Rusty
7. Drew, Chris M, Paul H
The Winners
Denis Keyes, Bryn Keyes, Kevin Burtch, Carey Spiece

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2005 invitational
golf tournament
Tourney survives the seven-year itch

It almost didn't happen, but Bryn made some calls and the Seventh Keyes Classic was thrown together at the last minute.
   Four teams scrambled to enter the tournament held on a fabulous September afternoon. The course was packed and the round took ages, but we played on.
   After six hours of golf, with all the teams close, it was the young kids who took the cup. Hey, it's not whether you win or lose—it's how much beer you drink!
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The Game
Scramble format, played at Niagara Falls Golf Club
The Teams
1. Denis, Bryn, Doug, John C
2. Sean sr, Dave L, Chris B, Chris M
3. Patrick, Kelly, Dave K, Mick
4. Jared, ...
The Winners
Jared ...

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2004 invitational
golf tournament
The Keyes brothers reunite, and lose

The Keyes brothers played together for the first time since 1999—the inagural Keyes Classic. But, just as the case five years ago, the trophy remained out of reach.
    Even with the powerful drives of eldest brother, Pat, and Bryn's marvellous short game the four brothers just couldn't pull it off. Perhaps the less-than-stellar performance by Denis and Seany had something to do with the poor outing. Although they are quite inexperienced golfers, they could have made the difference, but they didn't and another team won.
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The Game
Scramble format, played at Niagara Falls Golf Club
The Teams
1. Patrick, Denis, Bryn, Seany
2. Bud, Sean, Dave L, Jim
3. Darren, Mick, Jon, Pete
4. Gary, Doug M,
5. Mark T, Jake, Jared, Butch
6. Chris M, Paul C, Jason V, Greg
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The Winners
Chris Matthews, Paul Carney, Jason Visser, Greg Jonah

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2003 invitational
ALS fundraiser
Playing through the rain for a good cause

The clouds opened up and the rains came forth. Relentless they were until they relented and then we all golfed (except for those non-golfers who had left due to the rain).
    For the first time, women joined the Keyes Classic and played valiantly. The day turned out to be quite favourable for golf and a good time was had by all.
    Once the rain cleared and the golfing was over, we raised $1200 for ALS.
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The Game
Scramble format, played at Niagara Falls Golf Club
The Teams
1. Denis, Dave W, Gary, Tracey T
2. Sean sr, Sonny
3. Pat, Dave K, Darren, Seany, Mick
4. Bud, Bryn, Kevin K, Monica
5. Darryl, Jacob, Terry, Dave R
6. Dave L, Charlene, Cheryl
7. Ryan Libera, Justin, Emil, Walker
8. Al, Nick, Mike, Paul H
9. Eric, Arunas, Beaver, Rob
The Winners
Al McClure, Nick Parrisotto, Mike Corlett, and Paul Horvath.

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2002 invitational
golf tournament
Tournament heads for the Falls

Due to very annoying marshalling and poor dealings with management, the Keyes Classic Golf Tournament officially changed venues.
    The games are now held at Niagara Falls Golf Club. And, having said that, there are no photographs of this event and no interesting stories come to mind. I'm sure everyone enjoyed the round and the best team won, and all that. Oh, Jay & Smiley were the first repeat winners. Blah, blah, blah.

The Game
Scramble format, played at Niagara Falls Golf Club
The Teams
1. Sean sr, Dave L, Kevin K, Bud
2. Bryn, Jared, Winston, John
3. Pat, Mick, Jeff, Dave K
4. Denis, Gary, Chris M, Jon
5. Seany, Jay, Dave W, Smiley
6. Larry, Chris B
The Winners
Seany, Dave Woodside, Jason Johnston, and Ryan Walsh.

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2001 invitational
golf tournament
The tourney becomes an invitational

The more the merrier! The Keyes Classic becomes an invitational and the family affair grows into, well, a somewhat bigger event.
    Two extra teams compete for the coveted Keyes Cup and the competition was fierce.
    After a warm afternoon of golf and, of course, whining by the course marshall, the first Invitational champions were Bryn Keyes, Jason Johnston, and a pair of Walshes.
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The Game
Scramble format, played at Riverview Golf Club
The Teams
1. Darryl, Daryl, Dave L, Bud
2. Terry, Sean sr, Chris B
3. Pat, Chris M, Evan
4. Denis, Gary, Dave W
5. Bryn, Jay, Jon, Smiley
The Winners
Bryn Keyes, Jason Johnston, Jon Walsh, Ryan Walsh.

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2000 golf tournament
The family tournament enjoys a successful second season

Two more Keyes Clan members joined the tournament and the powerhouse duo of Bud and Terry was separated in favour of three balanced foursomes. This year the trophy was anyone's to win.
    The contenders played valiantly—the race was tight. Unendurable heat, blistering sunshine and relentless badgering by the marshall couldn't tame the fierce competitors.
    By the end, all were physically and emotionally drained. The victors revelled in their splendour; the vanquished, though disconcerted, were buoyed by the prospects of championships yet uncontested.
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The Game
Scramble format, played at Riverview Golf Club
The Teams
1. Bud, Darryl, Denis, Seany
2. Dave L,Terry, Darren, Bryn
3. Sean, Kevin, Dave K, Pat
The Winners
Sean Keyes sr, Kevin Keyes, Dave Keyes, Pat Keyes

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1999 first annual
golf tournament
Keyes patriarch wins inaugural tourney

The Annual Keyes Classic Golf Tournament began as a family affair: brothers teamed up against uncles, fathers and cousins.
    It was a long, hot afternoon of stick-swinging, beer-drinking, ball-chasing golf. The mood was light and the competition was fair.
    The teams challenged well, but, in the end, it was a walkaway victory. The champions of the inaugural Keyes Classic Golf Tournament fittingly consisted of Bud, the Keyes patriarch, and Terry.
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The Game
Scramble format, played at Riverview Golf Club
The Teams
1. Patrick, Denis, Bryn, Seany
2. Ted, Sean sr, Dave L, Darryl
3. Bud, Terry
The Winners
Bud and Terry.

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