A Flight - Gross
Rob Hall (Fremont) and Mike Miller (Inverness) won the Gross Division with a great score of 67.
Bill Meyer and Peter Seibel (Eagle Rock) were second with a score of 68.
A Flight - Net
Ralph Wooddell and Dave Rollins (Stone Oak) won the Net Division with a score of 64.
John Hills and Thomas Geiger (Inverness) were second with a score of 65.
B Flight - Gross
James Federici and David Causey (Findlay) the Gross Division of the B Flight with a great score of 70.
Charles Parcher (Inverness) and Bruce Speck (Toledo) were second with a score of 73.
B Flight - Net
Jim Petot and Larry Hudson (Heather Downs) won the Net Division of the B Flight with a score of 59.
Denny Brudzinski and Al ONeal (Fremont) were second with a score of 60.
Nowicki, Boyd, Heninger, Russel were Co-Champions of the Gross Division with a great score of 58 (-13).
Dewayne Wendt (Findlay), Joe Wright (Stone Ridge), Kyle Brossia (Findlay, and Brimley (Findlay) were Co-Champions in the Gross Division with another 58 (-13).
Conn/Hoelzer/Young/Hoch were Co-Champions of the Net Division with a great score of 50 (-21).
Brad Christensen, Damman, Scott Gearig, and Lary LaVigne (Valleywood) were Co-Champions in the Net Division with another 50 (-21).
A Flight Winners
Justin Kruse and Austin Irving of Inverness Club won the Gross A flight, shooting a 60!
Jim Walrod and Brian Stuckey (also Inverness Club) won the Net A flight with a net score of 58.
B Flight Winners
Andy Peterson and Mike Hoelzer of Fremont Country Club won the Gross Division of the B Flight with a score of 67.
Andrew Krajnyak and Mark Melfi of Highland Meadows GC won the net division of the B Flight with a net score of 60.
C Flight Winners
Patrick Gucciardo and Rick Kaifas of Stone Ridge GC tied with Karl Schabel and Spencer Schabel (Mohawk/Fremont) with a score of 70.
Jake Holmes and David Russell of Highland Meadows won the net division of the C Flight with a net score of 56.
Cliff Siehl, Executive Director of the TDGA and Marianne Reece, the Assistant Director recently Officiated the NCAA Women's Golf Division I Regional at Baton Rouge. They are now headed to Eugene, Oregon to officiate the NCAA Women's Golf Division I Final. They will be joined by the Official in Charge, Jerry Lemieux.
Dates of event are May 20-25 to be televised on the Golf Channel
The TDGA hosted the 2016 U.S. Open Qualifier on May 16th at Catawba Island Club in Port Clinton. Although sunny, conditions were tough as the wind blew hard off the lake. 70 players vied for four spots at the sectional.
Joo-Young Lee (NIU) outlasted four others to claim 2nd alternate.
A summary of the 2016 rule changes is now available online.2016 Changes to the Rules of Golf
Are you curious about the new Rule on Anchoring your club?Implementation of Rule 14-1b.
|June 29, 2016||One Best Ball of Four Tournament||Plum Brook Country Club|
|July 7, 2016||Jumble||Stone Ridge Golf Club|
|July 11-13, 2016||Junior Match Play||Valleywood Golf Club|
|July 23-24, 2016||Stroke Play Championship||Inverness Club|
|July 27, 2016||Scotch Twosome||Findlay Country Club|
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