So tonight was Putters Only . . . some people love it some people hate it and it is clear that some people know how to throw putters different ways since their scores were at or above their normal average while others suffered a tough night.
In Open we had Joel Kamoske shooting (-12) to take home top cash tonight. There was a tie between Brad Weber and Scott Slauson at (-10) but Scott also took home the top Open CTP prize. I shot a (-9) which I am thrilled with considering I was only -1 through 7 holes and TJ Webber ended up taking the last cash spot. Aaron Schultz got on the board with the 2nd place CTP.
In Intermediate we saw the Division Leader Greg Klein tie for the win on the night with Chad Niezgoda (-7). . . you two can playoff next week if you are both in attendance. Joe B. had a good week (-5) to take the next level of funny money, and there was a three way tie between Pat Brah, Jared Jacobson, and Vince Johnson at (-4). Also winning something tonight were two of the people that didn't win anything during the round (AND THAT IS WHY I LOVE ADDING THE CTP OR SIDEGAMES) with Dan Bertzyk taking home the first CTP and Aaron Zittnan taking home the second place CTP.
In Recreational we had the usual suspects playing again this week . . . we all missed you last week Mark and are happy you are feeling better. Disc Dog hit an incredible sidearm putt from the SHULE on the left of #9 which got him below par (-1) and he deserves the top funny money prize this week from what I saw from the group behind him. Tying for the next spot was Greg Weber and Nick Williams (+2) but Greg also won the CTP.
In Juniors, I would like to thank Ethan Weber for coming out tonight. I would love to encourage more women and juniors to come out and play I just am unsure of how to go about it. if you have any ideas please let me know and I will do what I can to promote those divisions as much as possible.
Congratulations to all the winners tonight!
I also got an email from the parks department manager when I returned home . . . he said he will let me know when they start hauling chips. I would assume that this means after this weekend but I am hopeful it is soon. We need about 10-15 truck loads to really make the whole course playable. We still have a ton of mulch in the parking lot above the course that we can use . . . but it is not very efficient when 1 person could dump 3-5 yards at a time in specific locations for us to spread out.