This is what a 66 looks like.
Paul Zeegers (right) fired a remarkable 35 on the back nine to lead his team to victory in the 1-2-3-4, Sunday, June 7th. Teammates included Dave Pauly, Bob Selvey and Brian Karlovich. It is Zeegers second trip to the winner’s circle in as many events. John Neupert is pictured here waiting for a free beverage.
Thanks to a whopping 15 points on number 2 and and a whoppinger 19 points on number 11, Team Troia won The International. The next event is the Double Blind, Sunday May 17.
Despite a doomsday forecast, Alexander, Gullickson, Chorlton and Behrends survive perfect to conditions to win season opener. See results at EVENT RESULTS.
To join the OHGA, deposit a check in the slot in Locker 14 at the Odana Hills clubhouse.
Returning members: $50.
New members and members under 35: $25.
You need to get your WSGA handicap from the pro shop ($28, I think).
Checks only, please. Make it out to OHGA.
The OHGA Board of Directors met Tuesday, February 3 to jump start the 2015 season. Here are the highlights:
President: Eric Brinen
Vice-president: Dave Knight
Secretary: Dan Smith
Treasurer: John Berman (not a board member)
Handicap Chair: Larry Claggett
Event Chair: Mike Lane
Other board members:
Dues: No change. $50 returning members; $25 new members and players 35 years old and younger. WSGA handicaps available through the golf shop only.
Event dates are posted on EVENTS page.
Hole handicaps will likely change for 2015 based on statistics from WSGA. This year OHGA members are encouraged to enter their scores hole-by-hole. This will help us better assess handicaps now and in the future.
Ryan Brinza introduced the city’s 2015 Loyalty Card Membership Program. Details will be available at the golf course.
The OHGA Spring membership meeting is Friday, March 20 at 5PM, at the Odana Hills clubhouse. Stop by, enjoy a beverage and pay your dues.
The First Tee of South Central Wisconsin is a youth development program that teams mentors, like our OHGA members seen here, with young golfers. In the summer the mentors walk with the young
golfers teaching them ways to behave on the golf course. Don’t worry, mentors are not encouraged to teach golf skills. If you’d like more information about mentoring for The First Tee, see one of the dudes pictures, or go to http://www.thefirstteescw.org.
Brinen, Lentz, Erickson, Patenaude poisoned the field in the last OHGA event of the year. They beat one team by 34 shots. See you in the Spring.