Something a bit different…Sign-up for the 1 Hand Tied Behind My Back Scramble.
Teams selected by random draw.
Each player limited to 7 clubs.
You may not use team mate’s clubs.
Two special challenges.
When: Sunday, September 18 (Packers play at night)
Sign-up by Wednesday, September 14
$10 (includes cold beverage)
Club Champion: Dan Wubbels
A Flight: Peter Grefsheim
B Flight: Tim Lauri
C Flight: Terry Schumann
D Flight: Don Marx
Follow link for complete scores: https://wsgaclub.bluegolf.com/bluegolf/wsgaodanahills16/event/wsgaodanahills163/index.htm?
Greg Thompson ties for second as Dan Wubbels wins his 10th OHGA title.
Tim Alexander beat Randy Schumann 2 & 1 to capture the 2016 OHGA Match Play Championship. Tim bought a cigar with his winnings. Randy had another beer. Congrats Randy and Tim.
Regenberg, Whittemore, Larson, and Deutscher were the last group to finish but the first group to win the 6-6-6 in scorecard playoff with a sizzling 118. Results in EVENT RESULTS.
Next: The Club, August 13-14
Dickie Regenberg and Mitch Henck match cards. Dickie gave Mitch “a few strokes.”
The birdies dropped like brats on the grill as Knight, Sirianni, Deutscher and Nast win the 1-2-3-4 in an exciting scorecard playoff to the other losers. See EVENT RESULTS.
As Bill Kein is fond of saying, ” I can’t play in these conditions.” Desite the conditions a few guys managed to score. Look for results in EVENT RESULTS.
Jeff Disch said John Strange would show up when he found a pair of long pants. Strange showed up in shorts (only man in Midwest) and brought his game to help his team win the 2016 International. Asked what he’d do with his winnings, Strange said, “I may by a pair of socks but I’m sticking with my shorts.”
Results listed in EVENT RESULTS.
Mike Krueger led his team of Gordon Dalby, Don Davidson and Bill McAteer to with the OHGA Scramble with a score of 61. Just about everyone else ruined a perfect Spring day with bad golf. See all winners in EVENT RESULTS.
Left to right: John Berman, Ted Balistreri, Don Davidson and Eric Brinen.
OHGA members support The First Tee of South Central Wisconsin—a youth development program that teaches young people life skills through the game of golf. You can participate–and help grow the game we love– by:
Joining The First Tee Champions Club (check the pro shop or see Dan Smith or Don Davidson.
Become a mentor: Walk nine holes (or less) with our young golfers during the summer. The commitment is one morning a week for eight weeks starting in June.
Visit The First Tee in their new Learning Center within Vitense Golfland.
Visit the web site: www.thefirstteescw.org
You’ll love yourself just a little bit more.