‘Seinfeld’ namesake golf trio to play collectively at US Newbie Championship

All the things ought to be nice, so long as fictional professional baseball participant Steve Gendason doesn’t try to scrub off his golf ball between strokes.

As Cosmo Kramer as soon as put it, “Hey, a rule is a rule. And let’s face it, with out guidelines, there’s chaos.”

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The favored sitcom “Seinfeld” featured loads of different chaotic golf references throughout its run, and somebody on the U.S. Golf Affiliation clearly is a fan concerning the so-called “present about nothing.”

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The primary two rounds of the USGA’s U.S. Newbie Championship, happening this week at Ridgewood Nation Membership in New Jersey, will characteristic a threesome of Mark Costanza, Hazen Newman and Campbell Kremer — primarily the surnames of three outstanding “Seinfeld” characters.

Newman, Kramer, and George from "Seinfeld"
The USGA’s U.S. Newbie Championship will characteristic a threesome of Mark Costanza, Hazen Newman and Campbell Kremer — primarily the surnames of three outstanding “Seinfeld” characters.
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Ridgewood Country Club in New Jersey.
The championship will happen this week at Ridgewood Nation Membership in New Jersey.
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In fact, there have been a number of different golf-related moments throughout the sequence, most notably within the episode “The Marine Biologist.” Kramer drives golf balls into the ocean and asks “Is {that a} Titleist?” when George Costanza, posing as a marine biologist to impress a lady, purportedly recoups a ball from a whale’s blow gap.

No phrase but if Stan the Caddie might be on the bag for any or all the newbie threesome.

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