This week produced two hole in ones at Honeywell Golf Course. Continue reading “Two Hole In One’s Recorded At Honeywell”
This weekend was the 23rd Wabash County golf Amateur. A big thank you to all of the amateurs who participated. Here are the results:
1st Gross Braydon Schindler 75-73 = 148 2ND gross was Tyler Olson 74- 76 = 150 3rd low gross Jake Shaw 79 – 78 = 157
1st low net Jim Monce 141, 2nd low net Ed Tackett 150, 3rd low net Todd Stoffell 157
Low Gross winner Rod Cole 77- 79= 156
Low Gross winner Jeff Bosler 80 – 78 = 158
Super, Super Seniors:
1st Low gross Bob Hoch 86- 77 = 163, 2nd low gross Max Fahl 89-81 = 170 1st low net Dean Sink 129
Ladies: winner Dayna Dale 87 – 82= 169
Other Participants scores:
Ladies division: JoDee Dale 179 Super Super Seniors: Dave Wilhelm 177, Sam Rumple 175, Len Cross 180 Don Eschenbacher DQ, Senior: Tim Morris, 182, Super Seniors: Tom Mahan 171, Jon Reed 194, Men’s Division: Brad Olson 169, Jeff Morris 182, Jim Winget 198, Mitchell Morris 209, , Bruce Hope WD, and Brodie Hough WD.
Special thanks to golf professionals Mel Thomas and Gene Kaufman for organizing this event.
Friday night turned out to be a memorable one for Scottie Clark of Manchester University, he scored a hole in one on the 7th hole at Honeywell Golf Course. His amazing feat covered 190 yards and was made with a 3 Hybrid. Witnessing this amazing feat was his playing partners Bryndon Paulsen and Brad Higginson, along with the foursome of Troy Cole, Derrick Wilson, Jack Thomas and Michael Hough. Congratulations to Scottie on his accomplishment.
Congratulations to Bill Craft who accomplished the feat and thrill of a lifetime with his hole in one on the 3rd hole today. Bill used a 6 iron to score his ace from 176 yards. His shot was witnessed by Bernie Carroll, Terry Conley and Mike Nose. Congratulations to Bill and as he said it was his first and very satisfying for a 76 year old. Great job Bill we hope you make many more.
Day two of the county amateur golf tournament was held at Etna Acres Sunday with several champions being crowned.
Championship Men’s Flight
1st low Gross Trae Cole 146 2nd Gross Brad Olson 150
1st Low Net (handicap division) Todd Stoffel 136
1st Flight 1st Low Gross Paul Farlow 170
2nd Gross Jeff Morris 179 Low Net Troy Cole 159
Ladies champion: JoDee Dale 178
Seniors (age 50-59) 1st Low Gross Rick Treska 180
1st Low Net Tim Morris 151
Super Seniors (age 60-69): 1st place Low Gross Jeff Bosler 159
2nd Low Gross Steve Conner 172 1st Low Net Paul King 132
Super Super Seniors (age 70 and up):
1st Low Gross Dan Bickel 160
2nd Low Gross Don Eschenbacher 169
1st Low Net Dave Wilhelm 131
The first round of the Wabash County amateur golf tournament was played at Honeywell Golf Course Saturday. Listed below are the scores for the day and pictures.
Day two will start at 1:30 at Etna Acres Sunday. Pairings for day two will be added when we find out.
|1ST ROUND SCORES AT HONEYWELL GOLF COURSE|
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|1ST ROUND PAIRINGS AT HONEYWELL GOLF COURSE|
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|FINAL ROUND TEE TIMES BEGIN AT 1:30 PM AT ETNA ACRES G C|
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|FINAL ROUND TEE TIME WILL BE AVAILABLE AFTER 5 PM|
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Saturday, July 30th @ Honeywell Golf Course with morning tee times
Sunday, July 31st @ Etna Acres with duel tee times starting at 1:30
Following play on Sunday a meal will be provided
All Wabash County residents or members of either club are welcome to play
Men : Qualifying for championship flight on the first day. Top half of the field will be in the championship flight. Remainder will be divided between other flights.
Seniors : 50-59 years of age
Super Seniors : 60-69
Super Super Senior : 70 plus
Format : 36 holes stroke play
Certificates based on the number of entries-gross and net(need Blue Golf handicap for net)
Cost : $40.00 Carts and skins optional
Deadline : Thursday, July 28th @ 5:00pm
Sign up and pay at either golf course
The Fellowship of Christian Athletes of Northern Indiana will hold its second annual memorial golf scramble in honor of Wabash native Bob Dawes. Bob Dawes spent 41 years (37 years at Southwood High School) investing in young people as a teacher, coach, assistant principal, athletic director, guidance counselor and FCA Huddle leader. He was an avid sports fan. He was often found keeping detailed stats or holding a stop watch on the sidelines of a sporting event. He loved following his grandchildren and other students in the community and spent much of his time supporting them. He loved being around people. He especially had a passion for helping young people strive to reach their fullest educational potential and to develop a relationship with Christ. He spent many years investing in students’ lives by being the sponsor of the Fellowship of Christian Athletes’ huddle at Southwood High School. The father of 4 children and having 12 grandchildren, Bob’s life was dedicated to his Lord, his family, his friends, and his church family.
The Bob Dawes Memorial Golf Scramble will be held at Honeywell Golf Club on July 27th as an afternoon event with dinner to follow. The event raises money for local FCA school huddles and camp scholarships for young people to FCA sports and leadership camps. For more information about sponsorship and/or to play in the event, contact Chuck Nelson at 260.438.0963, or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Monday Braydon Schindler accomplished what everyone tries to do but are left empty during most rounds and that is to make a hole in one. Braydon was playing with Nick Ridenour when he made his first hole in one of his career on the third hole at Honeywell Golf Course. The hole was playing approximately 172 yards and Braydon used a 6 iron to score his hole in one. Congratulations to Braydon for this outstanding accomplishment.
Northfield Athletic Booster Club Golf Tournament
Saturday, September 19, 2015
Honeywell Golf Course
Lunch and registration 1:00pm
2:30 Shotgun start
Prizes include first, second and third place, the longest drive and closest pin, and many raffle prizes.
Cost is $40 for HGC members or $60 for non-members and includes lunch and a cart.
Proceeds from the tournament go towards athletic programs and senior scholarships at Northfield.
To sign up, contact Honeywell Golf Course at 260-563-8663 or Brian Poole at 260-571-0972. Deadline is Friday, September 17, 2015.
Sunday during the Wabash Football Boosters Scramble Ryan Denney scored a Hole in One on the 157 yard 15th hole at Honeywell Golf Course. It was only the second hole of the day for Denney and he was able to perfectly strike a wedge into the cup for the amazing feat. It is Ryan’s first hole in one and by doing so wins a 5 day/4 night cruise for two people compliments of Brandt’s Harley Davidson. His accomplishment was witnessed by Sam Hipskind as the course observer, and his playing partners Zach Wenrich, Ken Steward, and Nick Hentgen. Congratulations to Ryan for this outstanding achievement.
The Wabash County amateur golf tournament was held this weekend at Honeywell and Etna Acres Golf Courses. Along with two days of golf an exciting moment happened Sunday at Etna Acres when Jim Ridenour aced hole number 8 during the tourney.
Men’s Champion : Braydon Schindler 148, 2nd Quinton Flora 154, 3rd Devin Dale 155. Low Net Jeff Morris 138.
1st flight champion : Paul Farlow 170, 2nd Ed Tackett 175, 3rd Jim Winget 186. Low Net T.J. Morris 149.
Seniors Champion Rod Cole 149, 2nd Digger Bell 178, Low Net Brad Farlow 140.
Super Seniors Champion Marshall Blair 157, 2nd Tom Mahan 161. Low Net Rodger Flitcraft
Super Super Seniors Champion Dan Bickel 159, 2nd Max Fahl 168. Low Net Dean Sink 134.
Ladies Champion Dayna Dale 177, 2nd JoDee Dale 187. Low Net Debbie Reahard 153.
Ridenour’s playing partner was Dean Sink. Other witnesses for the hole in one were: Max Fahl, Dan Bickel, and Don Eschenbacher.
After the match Etna Acres treated all the golfers to a cheeseburger, bake beans, chips and a drink.
Today July 12th 2015, Hank Eilts was able to accomplish a feat to which many have tried to do but few have succeeded at, making a hole in one. Hank was able to score his ace on Hole #16 at Honeywell Golf Course with a 7 iron at a distance of 116 yards. Jim Ridenour, Bryan Deeter, and Jack Leland were there to witness this outstanding achievement. What makes this even more rewarding for Hank is that he is 84 years young and it is his second Hole in one. Congratulations to Hank and good
luck with your continued efforts to make another hole in one.