And there you have it folks! despite a sub-par 2011 season where he finished alone in fifth place, Dave managed to finish on a high note, claiming the first bi-annual Presidents Cup Challenge. “What is the Presidents Cup Challenge?” you ask? “Why didn’t I know about this?” you ask? Probably because we just thought of it this week to make the Presidents Cup (and Ryder Cup in alternating years) a little more relevant to the fantasy world. But back to the winner. As the winner of the Presidents Cup Challenge, Dave will begin next season with his choice of either an extra Osicki Explosion, or an extra Mulligan to be decided before the draft. Congrats Dave!
As for the scoring methods, I’ll give you a quick rundown. The rosters applied to the Presidents Cup Challenge are the rosters you finished the season with. To participate in the Presidents Cup Challenge, you must have a minimum of two golfers participating, and the winner is the manager with the highest winning percentage of the week. A win counts for a win, a loss counts for a loss, and a halve counts for nothing at all. We here at Spreadsheet Fantasy hope you enjoyed the final tournament of the 2011 season and we’re looking forward to another great season in 2012!