Wednesday, April 17, 2024

Tom Pierce

Tom Pierce of Classic 5 Golf and Nestor discuss the history of Philadelphia and Baltimore sports rivalry at WNST 25th Anniversary

When Philly native Tom Pierce of Classic 5 Golf dropped by our WNST 25th Anniversary kickoff at Costas Inn, it gave Nestor a chance to finally do a deep dive on the shallow history of meaningful – and memorably meaningless – competition between two cities less than 100 miles apart and driven by deep sports passion and loyalty.

Philadelphia vs. Baltimore: An oral history

When Philly native Tom Pierce of Classic 5 Golf dropped by our WNST 25th Anniversary kickoff at Costas Inn, it gave Nestor a chance to finally do a deep dive on the shallow history of meaningful – and memorably meaningless – competition between two cities less than 100 miles apart and driven by deep sports passion and loyalty.

Tom Pierce of Classic 5 Golf joins Nestor to kickoff WNST 25th Anniversary with shotgun start from Costas Inn

Tom Pierce of Classic 5 Golf joins Nestor to kickoff WNST 25th Anniversary with shotgun start from Costas Inn

Teeing off the 25th Anniversary with Classic 5 Golf tales from the links

The Maryland Crab Cake Tour and WNST 25th Anniversary got started at Costas Inn with a visit from Tom Pierce of Classic 5 Golf, who joins Nestor with a shotgun start to a year of memories, pictures, stories and lost golf balls. Let's tee up 25 more!

Pine Ridge pro Tom Pierce teaches Nestor about the fun and tools of Toptracer technology on the range

Pine Ridge pro Tom Pierce teaches Nestor about the fun and tools of Toptracer technology on the range

Teeing off with Toptracer at the Pine Ridge range for fun and improving your game

Pine Ridge pro Tom Pierce teaches Nestor about fun & tools of Toptracer technology on driving range
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