Class of 1981 vs Class of 1982 Golf Tournament – Cape Cod – 40th Reunion

The Classes of 1981 and 1982 got together for a few days down in Osterville on the Cape, before Reunion weekend this past summer to see who was the better class at golf. It was a great turn out of guys. Eight from each side. Hosted by Joe Lotuff ’82, Peter Fair ’81 and Chris Delorey ’81, it will be the start of many more get togethers. So many laughs from the old days!
This picture was the second day of the competition.
In this picture from left to right: Joe Lotuff ’82, Peter Fair ’81, Eric Tarrgart ’82, Ted Ashford ’82, Lee Madden ’81, Andy Swank ’81, Chris Knisely ’81, Sam Bayne ’82, Chris Delorey ’81, Somers Cooper ’81, Rob Engel ’82, Mark McInerney ’81, and Ian Murray ’82.

Sam Bayne ’82

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