Mike Wentrup’s game wasn’t without flaw Friday, but he still managed a top-six finish in both the gross and net categories. Unfortunately, there were only six players on the card. The approaching holiday weekend, travel plans and the heat kept the field small. The top five players all bettered their handicap with Pat Collins lighting it up with a net 62 (gross 76).
- Pat Collins – 62
- Joel Temple – 68
- Don Hourihan and George Stelmach – 69
- Pat Collins – 76
- Joel Temple – 78
- Dan Hourihan – 81 Continue reading “Wentrup a Top Six Finisher – Kildare Group June 29th”
Rosin ran away from the field Wednesday after (again) shooting his age. Ron carded a gross 72 and a net 63. He finished well in front of the competition both in the gross and net categories. No one else in the field pushed him.
Only one hole on the course played at “over bogey” and it will surprise no one it was #7 Lakes. 45% of the field scored double-bogey or worse on the hole. There were a dozen birdies on the day, one third of which were found on the card of Ron Rosin.
- Ron Rosin – 63
- Ken Vlah – 68
- Mike Forde and Jim Gabriel – 70 Continue reading “Kildare Results – June 27th”
What a day of golf! Half the field performed substantially worse than their handicaps predicted, but some guys really lit it up was some great rounds. Cris Caruso shot a solid 75 and wondered if that might be good enough to finish first again. Purge the thought! In walked Scott Thompson who carded a gross 72. Surely that would hold up for low gross. And it did . . . until Joel Temple walked in the door. Not only did he shoot gross 72, he did it with a ten handicap for a net 62. Good solid golf rounds from all three.
- Joel Temple and Scott Thompson – 72
- Cris Caruso – 75 Continue reading “Kildare Results – Wednesday June 20th”
The Gainey – U.S. Open Tournament is in the books. Congratulations go out to the winners Dave Hopkins and Lowell Shonk. They ran away from the field with a seventeen under par performance. They dominated the opening day with a twelve under par score without the help of their chosen pros of David Toms and Webb Simpson. They faded slightly on the second day of the tournament, but their pros stepped in and put them over the top. Continue reading “Gainey – U.S. Open Championship”
The field for Friday’s group was small with some of the regulars skipping the event in anticipation of the Gainey/U.S. Open Tournament Saturday and Sunday. Cris Caruso stayed on his hot streak winning both low gross and low net (75/69). Don Coolidge took second place in the net category with a 70 while Gary Reibman finished second in the gross group with 81.
- Cris Caruso – 75
- Don Coolidge – 81
- Ron Rosin and Harold Hoeg – 83
Continue reading “Kildare Group Results – Friday June 15th”
107° Wednesday, but it’s a dry heat. The winner of the low net with an outstanding and steady round of 63 was George Stelmach. In shooting a gross 76, he carded only one birdie. Cris Caruso and Ken Vlah tied for second place three strokes back at 66. Cris’ 73 won him low gross honors.
- George Stelmach – 63
- Cris Caruso – 66
- Ken Vlah – 66 Continue reading “Kildare Golf Results – June 13th”
Cris Caruso and Justin Nashimoto tied for low gross with 73’s Friday. Mike Miller posted a 74 and Ron Rosin turned in another fine round with a 75. Ron Rosin (65) and Cris Caruso (66) placed first and second in the net score arena.
Golfing conditions must have been good as five golfers significantly beat the handicap odds maker. Gary Reibman stayed on a roll with a net 67 and Mike Wentrup also posted a net 67.
Dale Fitzhenry, Marty Howe, Mike Miller and Ken Vlah all took home a net skin while Cris Caruso won two gross skins and Mike Miller left with one.
Continue reading “Golf Results – Friday June 8th”