AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am
Pebble Beach, California
January 31-February 3, 2002

Notes: Frey was paired with Stadler and their team came in second place, losing by only one stroke to Brian Claar and Randall Mays! Their scores over the four days:  60-66-66-64-256. As a result, Frey also won the first Jack Lemmon Award, decribed as "a Waterford Crystal trophy [for] the amateur who helped his pro partner the most over the four rounds." He did so with 31 strokes (he had a handicap of 17). The other pair he played with: Jim Carter and Glen Campbell.


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"Making the Ball Sing." San Francisco Chronicle





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