While we didn't set a new record for league attendees, we still had a respctabl 20 people. Unfootunately, some of te guys from Dretzka leagues ended up playing Random Draw Doubles, and a few others I expected to be at league were not able to make it.
Again, there was no ace hit so the total is up to $65 now. If you have paid into the ace pool you have a vested interest in continuing to come to league so don't let the drive to Mukwonago next week keep you from coming to get yourself a glow ace.
In Open we had 4 people again and the only Open player who has been to every week Scott Slauson took down the week with a score of (-8), to extend his seasonal lead. Joel Kamoske took second on the week (-6) and also pulled into second for the season.
In Intermediate we had Dustin Skorupinski and Bob Bawden tie for 1st this week (-3), so they will either have to play that off for the points, or if they choose they can just leave that week in a tie. Greg Klein had his best showing (+1) this week getting 4 points and edging me out by 1 throw to take home the final funny money spot.
In Recreational we had Mike Ellery and Scott Smogoleski tie with a (+2), both taking home $3 and splitting the 3 points for the week unless they decide to playoff for the points. Mike extends his lead over Gary Obernberger who was unable to attend this week.
In the Unrated Division we tied a record with 7 people this week. The two people who have been to every week Bryan Staral (-2) and Keegan Wenzler (+4) both have some funny money coming and are extending their seasonal lead on the division. Chris Westling also played well (+2) and took second ont he week and newcomer Ian Corrado tied Keegan for a tie for fourth and gets a littlf unny money coming back to him.
In the Women's division we also had a newcomer Leah Pinkowsky show up with a very respectable round of (+14) for Dretzka.
Thank you to everyone who came out and I hope to see all of you at Mukwonago on Tuesday. I know it is a bit of a drive, but it was our next best option for a 6th course since Abendschein was closed. If you have not been to Mukwonago before I highly recommend it, it can be a fun course because it has some holes to just rip your drives as well as a lot of very mature Oak Trees to avoid. I enjoy the course a lot. I may set up tee areas away from the actual tees because many of the tees are just rutted out holes. If it was wet there might be a safety issue, but even if it is dry, some of those holes are really deep from overuse.
Let's see your A Games next week!