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Vance Redfern Tees Off September 13, 2018

Filed under: 1960s,Funny,History,Nostalgia,Photography,Pics,Vintage — kerbey @ 12:41 pm
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Vance Redfern. Now THAT is a name worthy of an athlete, a news anchor, even a politician.

Those of you have visited The Blog of Funny Names already know my fondness for amazing names, and this ranks on the list of grand ones indeed. Have you ever met a Vance? It’s better than a Vince. Actually, the name Vance is of English origin, meaning “someone who lives near marshland.” I don’t think marshland when I think of New Mexico. I think Louisiana, which is technically where the Red Fern grows. But not where the Vance Redfern grows.

He graduated from Western New Mexico University in 1963 and still holds school records for his prowess on the golf course.  His 73.6 stroke average is the lowest single season mark posted by any Mustang player, a fact not lost on these hat-donning ladies who witnessed said prowess.

1963 Mustang Golf

Today we salute this awesome name. Together, we can encourage fertile young people to take this name from its current ranking of #838 in boys’ names and push it up where it belongs. And Vance (if you cannot surmise from the broad shoulders and the standard issue NASA astronaut flat-top) is second from the right.

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6 Responses to “Vance Redfern Tees Off”

  1. Have I ever heard of a golfer named Vance? Dear sweet summer child, you are obviously not a linkster. Heresy! I refer you to the 2000 classic starring Will Smith: The Legend of Bagger Vance!
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Legend_of_Bagger_Vance

    Oh, btw, nice double entendre on that 2nd photo. 🙂

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  2. Golf- the world’s most fast moving game. Yawn. 😀

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