Just About Time For 19th Hole For Four Winds Men
August 22, 2019
The Four Winds Men’s Monday-Tuesday Golf League has all but wrapped up its golf season with only the men’s combined scramble remaining this Sunday afternoon.
The year-end scramble for the Four Winds Men was held a week back with six teams involved, and the top five teams all finished within strokes of each other, according to organizer Pat O’Brien.
The winning team was Bill Hinton, Pat O’Brien, Henderson Bryson and Mike Kelley.
Second place was Tom O’Brien, Steve Pattison Charlie Carlson and Jacob Walker.
Third place was Bob Culek, Don Trofholz, Dennis Deboodt and John Fiehtner.
Fourth place was Kevin Thomas, Randy Bohac, Roger Dohse and Mark Anderson.
Fifth place was Dillon Wise, Barry Frederick, Terry Lovesee and Mike Winstrom.
Sixth place was Andrew Brown, Steve Warner, Brett Belgum and Klent Schnell.
The top three teams were awarded prize money. The overall league play champions also were decided with the team of Kevin Thomas and Randy Bohac emerging as the winners after winning the Tuesday night title and then defeating the Monday night team champs, Dillon Wise and Jacob Walker.
Jim and Jared Zitek finished second in the Monday night division with Steve Warner and John Fiehtner taking third.
In the Tuesday night division, Tom O’Brien and Andrew Brown finished second.
There was a tie for third between the teams of Don Trofholz and Mike Kelley and the team of Bob Culek and Klent Schnell.
With no hole-in-ones recorded in league play this season, the hole-in-one fund is now listed at $1,762.93 according to Pat O’Brien.
O’Brien also thanked everyone for playing this year, and urged anyone to invite others to join the league play next year.
As mentioned, the Four Winds Men and the Thursday Men’s League will play a season ending scramble this Sunday, Aug. 25, at the Four Winds Golf with the tee time set for 1 p.m. Be sure and get signed up – and for open golf, call in for your tee times.
Four Winds pro Chad Wise still has some golf events in the planning for this season and we will alert you readers as to what and when as they come up.
In the meantime, the local high school athletes are busy with their respective sports practices, and competition will begin at the tail end of this month and get real busy in September.