Honoring the Past
Inspiring the Future
6th annual golf outing
Saturday, Aug. 19, 2017 at 8:30 a.m.
Bobís Countryside Golf Course
4204 Ohio 199, Carey, OH 43316
The Wyandot Sports Hall of Fame has held a golf outing at Bobís Countryside Golf Course on Ohio 199 outside of Carey each of the last four years to benefit the scholarship fund. The outing is a four-person, 18-hole golf scramble with lunch included. Cash prizes are awarded. The cost is $40 per person with the winning team receiving back its entry fee ($160). An optional skins game is available for $20 per team. Proximity awards will be given out, and a 50/50 drawing will be held. A beverage cart will be available all day. The first 18 teams will be accepted. For more information, contact committee member Keith Baker at email@example.com or 419-348-9534.
Congratulations to past winners
From left: Daniel Newell, Stuart Young and Alec Oney
Winners of the scramble were Daniel Newell, Stuart Young and Alec Oney with a 17-under par 55. Two teams tied for second with a 58.
Other winners were Derek Kromer, Andra Bell and Roxy Laycox, longest drives; Aaron Donaldson, Dave Salucci, Deb Warren and Jan Stoneburner, longest putts; Jerry Taylor and Connie Frank, closest to pin; and Tony Wenzinger, 50/50.
From left: Jason Arend, Jerry Taylor and Michael Miller (Brad Batton missing)
From left: Connie Frank, Jen Spitler and Jen Weaver (Vikki Bell missing)
Menís winners of the scramble were Jason Arend, Jerry Taylor, Michael Miller and Brad Batton with a 13-under par 59. They won a tiebreaker against Joe Reile, Alec Oney, Daniel Newell and Stuart Young.
Womenís winners of the scramble were Connie Frank, Jen Spitler, Jen Weaver and Vikki Bell with a 5-under par 67. They won a tiebreaker against Ruby Karcher, Sharon McCarthy, Clara Schertzer and Pat Eyestone.
Other menís winners were Steve Zender and Brad Batton, longest drives; Michael Miller and Marty Baker, longest putt; Bob Donaldson, closest to pin; and Marty Baker, longest putt. Other womenís winners were Flo Collins, longest putt; and Makenzie Wentling, longest drive.
From left: Dave Salucci, Rob Greer, AJ Huffman and Jeff Hailey
Winners of the scramble were (from left) Dave Salucci, Rob Greer, AJ Huffman and Jeff Hailey with a 17-under par 55. Two teams tied for second with 58s.
From left: Ed Dyer, Scott Doran, Derek Kromer and Cory Kitzler
The team of Ed Dyer, Scott Doran, Derek Kromer and Cory Kitzler won the 2013 menís championship by three strokes with a score of 16-under 56. Tom Kotterman, Bill Kotterman, Kory Kotterman and Chuck Witty finished second. Other winners were Daniel Newell, longest drive; Steve Zender, longest putt; and Doran, closest to pin.
From left: Becky Romich, Jenny Romich, Katie Johnson and Nancy Johnson
The team of Becky Romich, Jenny Romich, Katie Johnson and Nancy Johnson won the 2013 womenís championship by two strokes with a score of 7-under 65. Other winners were Katie Johnson, longest drive; Becky Romich, longest putt; and Courtney Holsinger, closest to pin.
From left: Kory Kotterman, Martin Baker holding Austin Millerís prize, Bill Kotterman and Mark Ruggles
The team of Bill Kotterman, Kory Kotterman, Austin Miller and Mark Ruggles won the 2012 championship by three strokes with a score of 13-under 59.