Ninth Not-Quite Annual Mini-Golf Benefit at our House
June 2, 2002

Politics as usualBest in Show went to the topical "Axis of Evil." That's par 0, if you're counting.

Trust me! "Axis" co-creator Bud Peen plays lobbyist extraordinaire.
Home run"Sunday Afternoon at the Ballpark": A perfect scale-model replica of Pacific-Bell Park.

Jackson Pollack Progressive art project "The Painting Green" picked up paint as the tourney progressed.
Hey, Sugar The upstairs section of the multipart hole "Sweet Tooth" confirms that candy is dandy.
Spinning wheel "Happy Meal Wheel of Fortune" made spectacular use of those McDonald's give-aways.
Say Aaaaah Too much candy, however, can lead to cavities, as the downstairs segment of "Sweet Tooth" (see above) makes abundantly clear.
This might hurt "Sweet Tooth" even brought along its own cut-out dentist--Steve's dad, Joe (a DDS in real life).
Leash laws? Check your shoes after playing Shari Weiser and Spencer Uniacke's "Poopius Leavius."
Those are 45's! Taking a spin with "Straight to the Top of the Charts." Note the dastardly cassette trap.
Disco ball not shown The "Top of the Charts" designers pose with their creation.
Great hair Two-time tourney champs Nadine Browning and Cary Hammer trade felt for pelt, as they ponder the mysteries of "The hole is g h (t ; t , S f B )."
Video to go The "Gone with the Windmill" gang mugs for the camera after a day of directing live mini-golf videos.
the The official cake, courtesy of mini-golf patron saints Charlie Haas and B.K. Moran.
Hole in one Steve and Leslie before the party starts.
Robert, Bud, and Olivia Three-time champions Bud Peen and Robert Kanes, with Olivia Kanes, accept their trophy.
Invitation The invitation. The official name this year is the "9th Not-Quite-Annual Mini-Golf Tournament at Our House."
Scorecard The scorecard.
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