Burn this photograph in your memory: Jason Bohn was seen speaking to sometimes close confidant/sometimes man-out-of-the-picture, Billy Spencer.
Do not be fooled by Spencer's casual demeanor. The man is Bohn's munitions expert, keeping all Bohn's weapons fine tuned and ready.
More information on Bohn's origins and eventual path to domination in the PGA Tour have come to light since we last spoke.
Bohn received an education and the finer tunings of his game at the University Of Alabama.
At Alabama, he recieved extensive training in finance, which makes the traveling, secrecy, money exchange rates, and all the dealings associated with the PGA Tour easy for Bohn, whether he's in Europe or the United States. His advanced knowledge allows him to walk among us virtually unnoticed.
Bohn was born on April 24th, 1973 in Lewisburg, Pennsylvania. Little is known about his training or whereabouts during these formative years. Until he surfaced in Alabama.
All the details of his life have suddenly been exposed this weekend as his "plan" unfolds. The mission at Overton may be trouble, causing several pressing delays.
If Bohn makes a mistake, he may drop off the radar for a while—not to be seen until after Summer.
Bohn's impressive dossier includes wiping out all agents in Zurich and Louisiana earlier this year, reportedly getting away with over a million dollars. Some of said cash was built up from other operations around the country.
Bohn has been seen with major players in 11 cities, and for some reason he's vanished in four of those cities. Sometimes it seems his memory flashes, hindering his operational skills.
Bohn is now priority number 18 on the Fed Ex chart for agent review, citing promotions above and beyond normal agent activity. He will enjoy closer monitoring, and will most definitely be aware of the increased interest as to his whereabouts.
Traveling around the country with a reported cash total of $1,567,366 dollars, Bohn could be jumpy and prone to errors. Opposing agents are instructed to handle with caution, especially on Sundays.
If you look at his statistics, he is above or very close to other agents figures. But something has happened to Bohn this year. Something in his memory, perhaps.
Make sure to stay clear of Bohn if he is in the woods. This tends to bring out the mean streak in him, especially when he searches for answers at Fort Worth.
I hope you find what your looking for today, Mr. Bohn.
There are three people you must be aware of if you are Jason Bohn.
(1) Carl Petterson, a Swedish operative who has been seen asking questions.
(2) Brian Davis, who's been requesting a meeting with Bohn on Sunday In Fort Worth at Hogan's place—a well known hang out for visiting operatives.
(3) Molder, an ex FBI paper pusher with a chip on his shoulder.
Things are heating up on Friday, so I will leave you with this:
Don't show up in Texas without expecting a shoot-out on Sunday.
More to follow Saturday with the Bohn Ultimatum unless someone eliminates him. Highly unlikely.