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Tom Farley's Home Page
A personal profile, photo and links to friends and other fine folks.
Farley & Company
An overview of Tom Farley's professional experience and expertise.
Farley's Cavalry Page
Insight into another twisted hobby, and links to some fine military web sites.
Chestnut Hill Custom Clubs
Powerful frames based catalog helps you select perfectly matched and custom fitted clubs of championship caliber at discount golf shop prices.
The Golf Channel
The duffers answer to reruns of I Love Lucy. 24X7 programming of golf tournaments, instruction and general interest.
The PGA Page
Stay in touch with the pro tour through this multifaceted site.
The LPGA Page
Stay abreast of the ladies tour through this attractive site.
The USGA Page
The golf association for the rest of us.
The Golf Etiquette Game
Check the monthly photo and guess how a rule or convention of modern golf is being voilated. Win a nice hat.

Play A Round With The Great Ones

The 1998 Combat Golf Championship may not be on the PGA Pro Tour, but 
some of the fine golfers pictured above have already signed up to play.

The Combat Golf Championship, arguably the most prestigious event of 
its kind in the world, and the highlight of Combat Golf Association's
tournament year, is being held once again at Melrose Country Club in
Philadelphia, PA, on Friday, October 30, 1998.
   
For the uninitiated, Combat Golf is both an event and a tradition, as 
much a test of physical endurance and commitment to the sport as it is 
a measure of shotmaking skill.  We have played in the teeth of some of 
the most hostile weather conditions imaginable.  Weather for the 1997
tournament was unusually mild, but 1996's cold rain and brisk winds 
provided memorable challenges as dozens of hardy sportsmen tackled 
Melrose's demanding and beautifully maintained course.  

It's called Combat Golf because on October 30, come hell or high water,
we will play golf!
  
Four trophies will again be awarded: The CGA Championship Trophy, The 
Lucky Luciano Low Net Trophy, The Lewis & Clark Expedition Trophy, and 
The Dreaded Stevie Wonder Cup (the horse's ass trophy shown above, 
presented to the player with the worst gross score). CGA trophies are 
perpetual awards.  Each champion's name and score are inscribed for all
time on the trophy. Each winner is honor-bound to display the trophy in
a conspicuous place in home or office for a full year, and to return 
the trophy on the morning of the subsequent championship round.
   
Essential information for 1998 includes:
 Sixty dollar fee includes cart, morning coffee and donuts, and Open 
  Menu Championship Brunch in the clubhouse.
 Shotgun start precisely at 9:00 a.m.
 All handicaps are determined according to the Modified Peoria System.
 Cash prizes will be awarded for closest to the pin and for longest 
  drive on selected holes.
   
The tournament has grown each year but there's still plenty of room for 
golfers who have what it takes (specifically, 60 bucks, a set of clubs 
and some warm clothes).
   
Call your reservation in now.
Tom Farley - 215-927-0883
Jim Boyle  - 215-248-3177
Dave Stone - 215-568-8322