March 10, 2019: 9 Ball Handicapped Event At Snookers. Stop #9

Updated: Feb 19


Thank you again to Regina and Steve Goulding and the Snookers' staff for Hosting our Event and for their great hospitality to the Iwan Simonis Ride The 9 Tour team and players alike.

We would especially like to thank all the players who came out to join us in this Ride the 9 Tour modified handicapped event.

We would like to thank our Sponsors:

Title Sponsor: Iwan Simonis, as well as Aramith, Narragansett Brewery, McDermott Cues, Mz Tam Creative Pool Solutions (MzTam.com), PoolDawg, and New England USAPL. Without your generous contributions, our Tour wouldn't be possible.

Also a HUGE thank you to our team for their tireless hours and help in making this event a success.

Tournament Payouts:

1st: $450 + $50 PoolDawg Gift Card

2nd: $300

3rd: $200

4th: $120

5th/6th: $70/$70

Auction:

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1st: $800

2nd: $600

3rd: $370

Just over $3000 given to the players!!!

32 players: $50 Entry, minus $5 Green Fee & $7 for TD & Finale per player

Another great tournament at Iwan Simonis Ride the 9 Tour!

We had a nice turn out along with a fun bunch of players using an 8, 7, 6, 5, 4 race with FargoRate handicaps.

Mike Pettit placing first. He seems to be no stranger to cashing in our tour. He is a formidable opponent and offers great sportsmanship to his competitors.

He won 5 matches to win the Hot Seat, where he ultimately played Rob Diehl in a nail biting match that ended up with a 7-1 victory.

Rob Diehl is back in the saddle again showing that he can play some of the best pool with only one game spots or straight races to secure second place.

Scott Reynolds who is no stranger to the podium lost his 3rd match to Ryan Urso. He prevailed on the one-loss winning 4 matches, where he had to face Ryan once again and took 3rd place.

Next tournament at The Fan Club on March 24, 2019 for a 100% payback tournament.

Go to www.ridethe9tour.com for flyers and details or visit our page on fb, "Iwan Simonis Ride the 9 Tour". See you there!

THE FOLLOWING PHOTO COURTESY OF RALPH CATON: