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Austin Juniors Named Rolex Junior All-Americans

Austinites Named All-Americans

Four Austin Area juniors were honored by the AJGA November 23rd at the Rolex Junior All-America Awards Banquet at PGA National Resort & Spa.  The following 2 girls and 2 boys were recognized as Rolex All-Americans:

gillman u.s. women's amateur trophyKristen Gillman (First Team) (shown in photo)
Kaitlynn Papp (Second Team)
Cooper Dossey (Honorable Mention)
Charles Kim (Honorable Mention)

Gillman has verbally committed to play at Alabama,
Papp has verbally committed to play at The University of Texas, and Dossey has verbally committed to play at Texas A&M.

Determining the Rolex Junior All-America Teams

Players must have competed in a minimum of six Polo Golf ranked events to be eligible for year-end Rolex Junior All-America honors. AJGA team events count for the purpose of reaching the six-event minimum, but do not receive points. All starts in ranked events will count toward a player’s ranking. Any withdrawals, disqualifications, etc., will count as an event played once a player begins a tournament. Graduating seniors are eligible for Rolex All-America honors as long as they have met the above criteria.

Format of the Rolex Junior All-America Teams:

First Team: Top 12 eligible boys and top 12 eligible girls in the Polo Golf Rankings
Second Team: Next 12 eligible boys and next 12 eligible girls in the Polo Golf Rankings
Honorable Mention: Next 24 eligible boys and next 24 eligible girls in the Polo Golf Rankings

The Polo Golf Rankings year begins with the Polo Golf Junior Classic and concludes with the PING Invitational.

Dossey Wins Sportsmanship Award

cooper dosseyIn addition to earning Honorable Mention All-American Honors, Cooper Dossey received the Jerry Cole Sportsmanship Award.
Click here for the full story on this award and Dossey’s comments.
Click here to see Dossey’s acceptance speech.

Annual Polo Junior Golf Classic

In addition to being recognized as Rolex All-Americans for 2014, all four juniors earned a spot in the 37th Annual Polo Golf Junior Classic, a 156-player field which involves 36 holes of stroke play followed by match play (32 boys and 32 girls).  Gillman and Dossey both advanced to match play and both finished T-9 for the tournament, falling in the Round of 16.  For full results of the Polo Golf Junior Classic, click here:


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Kristen Gillman Honored At Spanish Oaks

Flat screen televisions replayed the final match of the 2014 U.S. Women’s Amateur Championship while friends, family, teammates and members of the Austin golfing community watched Kristen Gillman win the final match and claim the title.  The occasion occurred Sunday night at Spanish Oaks Country Club as friends, led by Jim Lay, gathered in honor of Kristen Gillman to celebrate her 2014 golfing accomplishments.  Lay said “I felt like Austin needed to acknowledge Kristen’s tremendous accomplishments over the past year and I am pleased to have the opportunity to arrange this occasion”.

Lisa Allen, Daniel and Jeannie Porter

Lisa Allen, Daniel and Jeannie Porter

Daniel Porter, who is the primary investor in Spanish Oaks, said he was delighted to be able to provide the venue for the celebration and had fun visiting with all the folks that participated in the event.  Shown here with Lisa Allen and his wife, they enjoyed visiting about golf and mutual friends in Corpus Christi.   Porter, who was an accomplished amateur golfer in earlier years and a former winner of the Harvey Penick Invitational, said he doesn’t play as much golf as he used to but still follows amateur golf and does what he can to support it.

Nub Donaldson, a long time supporter of amateur and junior golf in Austin and a USGA rules official, had the opportunity to recount Gillman’s achievements in 2014.

Nub Donaldson recounts Gillman's 2014 golfing accomplishments

Nub Donaldson recounts Gillman’s 2014 golfing accomplishments

He did an excellent job of relaying information about her season and how difficult it is to win a USGA title.     Beside winning the U.S. Amateur,  numerous high school and junior tournaments,  Gillman won the 2014 PGA Junior Championship by 11 shots and set a new scoring record for the event.

Gillman is currently ranked the second best amateur in the Polo Rankings and 12th in the World Amateur Golf Rankings.  Gillman, along with Tom Kite, are the only two Austin golfers have won USGA championships.  Kite won the U.S. Open at Pebble Beach in 1992.

Kristen Gillman with U.S. Women's Amateur Trophy and Henson

Kristen Gillman with U.S. Women’s Amateur Trophy and Henson


Gillman posed for a photo with Eric Henson, golf coach at Lake Travis High School where Gillman is a sophomore on the girls golf team.   Henson, who played 0n the 2014 Hannon Cup and Rudy’s Cup teams, is an excellent player himself and was able to provide some perspective on Gillman’s season and her character in general.   His description reaffirmed how level headed Gillman is and credited her mental toughness as one of her primary strengths.

When she was asked how she defined mental toughness Gillman said “I just don’t get to excited about things and keep doing my best regardless of whether things are going good or bad.”

Gillman GaskampThe mood was festive and it was obvious that her teammates and other junior golfers from the Austin area were enjoying the occasion and were supportive of each others efforts.  One funny moment occurred when Gillman was seated at a table and a cake with lighted candles was brought out.  Courtney Gaskamp, on the right in this picture, was surprised and delighted when she was presented the cake for her 16th birthday.  She had assumed it was for Gillman as part of the evening’s celebration.   Gillman, who won the U.S. Women’s Amateur at age 16, has now turned 17.

Lisa Allen, Franco Melhado, Randy Reynolds

Lisa Allen, Franco Melhado, Randy Reynolds

As an example of the support for junior golfers that Austin provides, Randy Reynolds brought Franco Melhado to the occasion so he could experience another aspect of the Austin golfing community.  Reynolds has introduced Franco to the game of golf and takes him to practice and play on a regular basis.  Franco won his first tournament this season.  Way to go Franco.

Reynolds is to be congratulated on his support of amateur golf in Austin.  He along with Steve Paterson, Robert Evans, Vince Brunsen, and Gene Black among others, created Austin Amateur Golf and the Austin side of the Rudy’s I-35 Cup.

Congratulations to Kristen Gillman, all her friends and family and supporters of amateur golf in Austin.



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Austin Wins Rudy’s I-35 Cup

austin rudy's team 2014Austin defeated San Antonio to win the Rudy’s I-35 Cup by a 17-11 margin in a Ryder Cup style competition at Ram Rock Golf Course in Horseshoe Bay.   Shown here are Captain Dean Lundquist and Randy Reynolds holding the trophy along with the Austin team members. Randy Reynolds has been the driving force organizing the competition on the Austin side.  This victory marks the first time Austin has won the Cup in six years of competition.  San Antonio has won four titles and retaining the cup a fifth year after a competition ended in a tie.

See the results of the foursomes, four ball and singles matches at this link.

Each team is composed of 14 players that qualify to play in the event by competing in a year long schedule of events.  Many players build their competition calendar so they will have a chance to qualify for the Rudy’s Cup competition.

Robert Evans made a birdie putt on the eighteenth hole of his match to win one up and clinch the cup for the Austin team.  There were several matches still in progress and as they unfolded Austin supplemented it’s lead.

Naturally, the Austin team was excited about the victory and celebrated with the traditional shower of champagne.  Randy Reynolds is shown here giving Captain Dean Lundquist a liberal dose of the bubbly suds while other members of the team watch on in amusement and celebration.DSCN9533


DSCN9515Jay Reynold, his caddy, and Peach Reynolds are shown below celebrating the victory.  Jay and Peach both won their singles matches and also contributed a point playing together as a team on Saturday.  Pretty nice father and son combination.  Jay returned to amateur golf after playing professionally for several years.  He is a welcome addition to the Austin team.

DSCN9517Steve Paterson received congratulations from Chris Hartenstein after Paterson holed a birdie putt on the last hole to defeat Trey Hallmark of San Antonio.  The final birdie seemed a fitting way to end the day for the Austin team.  Paterson was named the Austin Player of the Year for winning the overall and mid-amateur division of the season long points race in Austin.   Hartenstein won the senior category.

Opening Ceremonies

Perhaps the most important component of the Rudy’s I-35 cup is a fund raising scramble called the “Rivalry Before The Matches”.  It takes place on Friday prior to the opening ceremony and has raised approximately $300,000 over the course of six years.  The funds go to charities in Austin and San Antonio.  Winners of the Rivalary Before The Matches are announced at the formal opening ceremonies on Friday night.

During the opening ceremonies, the teams are introduced and a guest speaker gives a brief talk.  This year, UT Golf Coach John Fields spoke about winning the national championship a couple of years ago and how difficult it is to accomplish that feat.  He also shared some stories about how some of the players on the UT team approached match play.  He specifically mentioned Jordon Speith, who approached the first tee in a mind set of being two down to insure he was ready to play from the first tee shot until the match was settled.

DSCN9472Players and their wives enjoyed some Bar-B-Que from Rudy’s and the opportunity to meet the players on the opposing team.  Shown here are David Backus along with Matt and Amy Werneke.

Werneke had some highlights in the fourball matches when he made a hole in one on the difficult par three eighth hole and then made eagle on the par five ninth.  He played two holes in four shots.  That doesn’t happen very often.

The Matches

The formal matches started bright and early on Saturday morning with cool temperatures and a breeze that increased as the day wore on, providing the players with an additional challenge on an already difficult golf course.

The teams gathered for a team picture at 7:00 am before heading to the range and the course for the matches.DSCN9479  Shown here is Austin in blue and San Antonio in red as they pose for the picture.

Banter on the range prior to teeing off was lighthearted and fun and everyone enjoyed both the weather and the chance to play in the competition.

Players hit balls into a driving range where deer wandering around in the early morning.  Either the players were not on top form or the deer were accustomed to flying golf balls because they never seemed to mind or notice the misguided missiles being fired in their direction. DSCN9483






In a nod to our great country and the opportunity and freedom to hold golf tournaments, the national anthem was sung under a bright clear sky.DSCN9482






After play on Saturday, the players signed programs and flags as part of their official duties while the captains pondered over the pairings for the singles matches.DSCN9487

As the captains labored over their picks for the singles matches,  the players gave their input to the process.

Consideration is given to who was playing well and what the order of players should be going out the next morning.

DSCN9500Shown here is the Austin Captain, Dean Lundquist, along with team members awaiting the announcement of a San Antonio pick for singles matches.  As one team names a player the opposing team announces who they will play.  The process alternates between teams until all the matches are scheduled.  As the names are announced they are posted on a board and as can be expected, they draw comment from both teams.

DSCN9507Players from both teams have a lot of fun with this because they have friendships with players on the opposing teams so there is quite a bit of banter that takes place.



San Antonio Captain Pat McMahan is steated here with Ed Sanchez and Zan Terry as they watch the players names being posted for the singles matches.


All in all, the Rudy’s I-35 Cup has provided a stronger bond between the amateurs players of Austin and San Antonio, provided substantial funds for charities in both cities, increased interest in amateur golf in both cities and allowed players to compete in a quality event.  Hats off to Pat McMahan and Randy Renolds for creating the event and to all the players, volunteers, sponsors and participants for a job well done.

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Sixth Rudy’s I-35 Cup At Horseshoe Bay Ram Rock This Weekend

The Rudy’s I-35 Cup is a Ryder Cup Competition between Austin and San Antonio that has raised $265,000 for charities in Austin and San Antonio over the course of it’s five year history.  This year marks the sixth competition and will be played at Ram Rock Golf Course in Horseshoe Bay on Saturday and Sunday November 8-9.

Live scoring, player information and event schedules are available at this link.

Shown below are the captains and team members for the 2014 Austin team.  Of note is the fact that Lester Lundell, who has been a long time member of the Austin golfing community and is in poor health, has been named an Honorary Assistant Captain.   His playing profile is included in those below.
d lundquiststeve hatchrandy reynoldslester lundelljay reynoldsbarrett sandafurkeith lundquistdavid backuserik hensenchris benestantemike allenrobert evanschris hartensteinsteve patersonpeach reynoldsmatt wernekegrady bruceben cartermanny bakta




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Kim Noonan and Anna Morales Help South Win Women’s Texas Cup

Champions PicKim Noonan and Anna Morales of Austin helped the South Team win the Women’s Texas Cup this past weekend.

kim noonanNoonan, playing in her first Texas Cup, posted a perfect 3-0 record during the competition. She plays at Austin Country Club and won several matches in this year’s U.S. Women’s Mid-Amateur tournament.

Anna MoralesMorales, who is the current Women’s Club Champion at Austin Country Club posted a 2-0-1 record in the event.  She has participated in three Texas Cup Matches and made qualified for the U.S. Women’s Amateur on numerous occasions.  She played college golf at Duke University.

The event was played this past weekend November 1-2 at The Club at Carlton Woods- Nicklaus Course. The field was composed of the 12 women from the north section of Texas and 12 women from the south section of the state.  All players either qualified for the tournament or were picked by the captains. The tournament has been played over the past 22 years and was tied 11-11 going into this year’s competition.

After Day 1, the South was leading 11-1 after best ball matches in the morning and alternate shot in the afternoon. The team meeting that evening led by Laurie Rutherford and Co-Captain Mark Massengale.

The final day points totaled to 19-5, with the South team earning 8 points on the final day and securing the cup. The 19 point total won by the South team their highest output in the 22 years and is certainly an impressive feat.


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Kaitlyn Papp Wins Ping Invitational


Kaitlyn Papp recently won the Girls Division of the Ping Invitational at Karsten Creek in Stillwater, Oklahoma.

Papp won the girls division at 5 under, thanks to a 4-under 68 in the final round.  Papp has been helped by the instruction of Ann Marie Gildersleeve, Director of Golf at Austin Country Club.

“It’s really special to have my first win here because I love this event so much,” said Papp, a Texas commit, in a release. “Last year I proved to myself that I could hang with all these great players and it gave me great confidence. Coming out here I had my notes from last year I really felt confident.”

Click here to read the Golf Week Story.

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Austin Juniors Fare Well In Wolfdancer Junior Championship

Austin Juniors recorded top ten finishes at the Wolfdancer Junior Golf Championship in Bastrop, Texas.  This event is part of the Texas Junior Golf Tour.

William Kim and Skylar Young finished in the top ten in the boys 15-18 division.

Erin Fahey, Sadie Engleman, Randy Romack, Makenzie Niblett, and Jordan Julafka recorded top ten finishes in the girls 15-18 division.

Click here for the full field results.

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Kejriwal and Ramsey Finish In Top Ten at Texas Cup Inviational

Rishi Kejriwal and Reese Ramsey finished T2 and T7 respectively in the Texas Cup Invitational.  The event was sponsored by the Texas Golf Association Junior Legends Tour and was held at Mira Vista Country Club in Forth Worth.

Rishi KejriwalKejriwal (left) plays at Westwood High School in Round Rock, Texas.  A couple of years ago he represented the First Tee of Austin when he competed in the Nature Valley Champions Tour Event at Pebble Beach as a member of Tom Kite’s team  He gained valuable experience from the event and credits good putting as the strength of his game.  Kite shared some information about Kejriwal and says “he is a great kid, comes from a nice family, is super smart.”

Reese RamseyRamsey, the current Junior Club Champion at Austin Country Club, plays for Westlake High School and has recorded several wins and high finishes in junior events in Texas and elsewhere.

Both players are part of the cadre of strong junior golfers from the Austin area.  That cadre includes the current U.S. Women’s Amateur Champion Kristen Gillman, who plays at Lake Travis High School.

Gillman is the only Austin golfer who currently holds a USGA championship. gillman u.s. women's amateur trophy

Final results of the Texas Cup Invitational are shown below.

1 Miller, Maxwell College Station, Texas -1 F -1 71 70 141
T2 Tracy, Zach Houston, Texas Even F +2 73 71 144
T2 Bailey, Braden Groves, Texas +1 F +2 72 72 144
T2 Kejriwal, Rishi Austin, Texas +1 F +2 72 72 144
T5 Carter, Cash Dallas, Texas +1 F +3 73 72 145
T5 Goodwin, Noah Corinth, Texas +1 F +3 73 72 145
T7 Stewart, Lucas Woburn, United Kin -1 F +4 76 70 146
T7 Hankamer, Dalton Temple, Texas +1 F +4 74 72 146
T7 Guercio, Crosby Frisco, Texas +3 F +4 72 74 146
T7 Ramsey, Reese Austin, Texas +7 F +4 68 78 146
T11 Reband, Garett Cleburne, Texas +2 F +5 74 73 147
T11 Hale Jr., Blaine Dallas, Texas +2 F +5 74 73 147
T11 Hamilton, Colin Southlake, Texas +4 F +5 72 75 147
T11 Hammer, Cole Houston, Texas +4 F +5 72 75 147
T15 Gliege, Joshua Eagle, Idaho +2 F +6 75 73 148
T15 Reppe, Mark Dallas, Texas +6 F +6 71 77 148
17 McInroe, Travis Plano, Texas +5 F +7 73 76 149
T18 Dunagan, Hunter Martinez, Ga. +3 F +8 76 74 150
T18 Kober, Colin Southlake, Texas +3 F +8 76 74 150
T20 Smith, Brandon Frisco, Texas Even F +9 80 71 151
T20 Harrison, Holden Fort Worth, Texas +1 F +9 79 72 151
T20 Coody, Parker Plano, Texas +1 F +9 79 72 151
T20 Hogan, Kyle Cypress, Texas +4 F +9 76 75 151
T20 Fisher, Triston Southlake, Texas +4 F +9 76 75 151
T20 May, Garrett Hope, Ark. +4 F +9 76 75 151
T20 Suarez, Mathew Bradenton, Fla. +5 F +9 75 76 151
T20 Meehan, Sean San Antonio, Texas +5 F +9 75 76 151
T20 Glanton, Garrett Richardson, Texas +6 F +9 74 77 151
T20 Beshoory, Pryce Pearland, Texas +7 F +9 73 78 151
T30 Hayward, Zack Dallas, Texas +2 F +10 79 73 152
T30 DeBonis, Camden Allen, Texas +4 F +10 77 75 152
T30 Wilcox, Sean Frisco, Texas +4 F +10 77 75 152
T30 Doykan, George Houston, Texas +4 F +10 77 75 152
T30 Greenberg, Mason Southlake, Texas +6 F +10 75 77 152
T30 Coody, Pierceson Plano, Texas +7 F +10 74 78 152
T30 Meissner, McClure San Antonio, Texas +7 F +10 74 78 152
T30 House, Adam Rockwall, Texas +7 F +10 74 78 152
T30 Pate, Logan Richmond, Texas +8 F +10 73 79 152
T30 Donielson, Cole San Antonio, Texas +8 F +10 73 79 152
T30 MacLean, Turner Fort Worth, Texas +9 F +10 72 80 152
T41 Li, Xuzhong “Kymer” Bradenton, Fla. +2 F +11 80 73 153
T41 Hill, Trent Southlake, Texas +4 F +11 78 75 153
T41 Takahashi, Shuhei Toyokawa, Japan +5 F +11 77 76 153
T41 Duggan, Nicholas San Antonio, Texas +6 F +11 76 77 153
T41 Bailey, Ryan Humble, Texas +8 F +11 74 79 153
46 Holcomb V, William Crockett, Texas +3 F +12 80 74 154
T47 Ovalle, Diego Bogota, Columbia +9 F +13 75 80 155
T47 Gardner, George Southlake, Texas +10 F +13 74 81 155
T49 Markham, Jackson Westlake, Texas +5 F +14 80 76 156
T49 Bryant, Cooper Houston, Texas +6 F +14 79 77 156
T49 Collison, Robert Fort Worth, Texas +8 F +14 77 79 156
T52 Grider, Ryan Lewisville, Texas +5 F +15 81 76 157
T52 Biavati, John Dallas, Texas +11 F +15 75 82 157
T54 Clouse, Alex Flower Mound, Texas +3 F +16 84 74 158
T54 Panichewa, Sarist Bangkok, Thailand +7 F +16 80 78 158
T56 Nome, Mason Houston, Texas +4 F +17 84 75 159
T56 Sexton, Freddie Shepton Mallet, United Kin +7 F +17 81 78 159
T56 Gonzales, Drew Lafayette, La. +8 F +17 80 79 159
T56 Cole, Zachery Fort Worth, Texas +9 F +17 79 80 159
T56 Maddox, Lee Cypress, Texas +10 F +17 78 81 159
T56 Tidd, Sam Meridan, Idaho +11 F +17 77 82 159
T62 Herrera, Gerardo Morelia, Mexico +8 F +18 81 79 160
T62 Lincecum, Grant Houston, Texas +13 F +18 76 84 160
T62 Valadez, Levi San Antonio, Texas +13 F +18 76 84 160
T62 Wolcik, Joseph Cleveland, Texas +14 F +18 75 85 160
66 Spear, Andrew Flower Mound, Texas +10 F +19 80 81 161
T67 Tran, Austin Fort Worth, Texas +7 F +20 84 78 162
T67 Pallach, Juan Mexico +8 F +20 83 79 162
T67 Baxter, Dillon Austin, Texas +13 F +20 78 84 162
T70 Highsmith, Joe Lakewood, Wash. +6 F +21 86 77 163
T70 Chang, Weylen Richardson, Texas +11 F +21 81 82 163
T70 MacDonald, Kyle Ontario, Canada +12 F +21 80 83 163
73 Han, Pone Pyae Panyu, China +14 F +22 79 85 164
T74 Cox, Kyle Carrollton, Texas +9 F +25 87 80 167
T74 Huang, Kuihao “Owen” Bradenton, Fla. +15 F +25 81 86 167
76 Martinez, Jose Cuernava Morelos, Mexico +14 F +26 83 85 168
77 Chesky, Connor St. Helena, Calif. +17 F +28 82 88 170

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Professional Team Wins Hannon Cup

hannoncuptrophyWith an 8-6 lead headed into the singles matches, the professional team won the singles matches 8 1/2 to 5 1/2 and secured the Hannon Cup Trophy by a winning margin of five points, 16 1/2 to 11 1/2.

The victory gives the professionals nine victories and the amateurs nine victories over the 18 year history of the matches.   The captain of the professionals, Rick Arnett, and the team members posed for a photo the trophy after their victory.proteam  Click on the photo to enlarge it, then use the back button to return to the text.

Great Hills Country Club hosted the event and are to be congratulated on the condition of their course, the excellent service provided by all the staff and the support of the membership, who provided help with scoreboards and assisting players.

arnettmorelandThere were quite a few members watching the matches and supporting club members who played on both the professional and amateur teams.  Keith Moreland, who was the guest speaker at the opening ceremonies on Sunday night,  spent several hours in the company of professional team captain Rick Arnett as they watched the play and kept up with the state of the matches.  Moreland, who played baseball for UT and spent over a decade playing professional baseball,  is a low handicap golfer and said he really enjoyed watching the matches.

DSCN6676Coach Hannon, still going strong in his 90’s, was on hand to thank the players for participating and encourage people to get involved in the Hannon Cup Association, which supports junior golf, provides scholarships and hosts the George Hannon Junior Invitational.  Click here for more information about the Hannon Cup Association.

Singles match results are shown below:  Professionals are on the left, amateurs on the right.  Winners are in bold letters and the score is listed after the names.

Wes Skaggs                        vs Dean Lundquist  – match halved
Philip Miranda                  vs Chris Benestante 5&4
Chesley Carr                       vs Erik Henson  2&1
Steve Veriato  2&1
        vs  Tim Hamm
Brian Marini 2&1          vs  Mike Allen
Kyle O’Brien 4&3          vs  Grady Bruce
Omar Uresti 2&1           vs Keith Lundquist
Taylor Kush                         vs  Riley Pumphrey 1 up
Brandon Dixon 3&2
     vs  Jonathan Davison
Travis Nelson                      vs Ian Ball 4&3
Lonny Alexander 3&2
vs  Michael Cooper
Greg Slosson                       vs Steve Paterson 3&2
Rufus Brijalba 3&2 
      vs  Robert Evans
David von Hoffmann 1 up  vs BrianNoonan


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Pros Lead Ams 8-6 After Foursome and Fourball Matches

2014 Hannon Cup Matches Results

After the foursome and fourball matches, the professionals lead the amateurs 8-6 headed into the singles matches.  Below are the results from the first day and the singles pairings for the last day of competition.

Foursome Matches

Brian Marini & Brandon Dixon VS Brian Noonan & Ian Ball – Amateurs 2&1

Omar Uresti & Travis Nelson VS Mike Allen & Steve Paterson – Professionals 4&2

Wes Skaggs & Kyle O’Brien VS Chris Benestante & Riley Pumphrey – Amateurs 4&2

Chesley Carr & Greg Slosson VS Robert Evans & Dean Lundquist – Professionals 3&2

David von Hoffmann & Rufus Bruijalba VS Keith Lundquist & Jonathan Davison – Professionals 4&3

Lonny Alexander & Taylor Kush VS Michael Cooper & Tim Hamm – Professionals 2&1

Philip Miranda & Steve Veriato VS Grady Bruce & Erik Henson – Amateurs 3&1

Fourball Matches

Omar Uresti & Travis Nelson VS Tim Hamm & Michael Cooper – All Square

Greg Slosson & Chesley Carr VS Ian Ball & Brian Noonan – Professionals 6&5

Brian Marini & Brandon Dixon VS Robert Evans & Jonathan Davison – Amateurs 2&1

Wes Skaggs & Kyle O’Brien VS Grady Bruce & Steve Paterson – Amateurs 3&1

David von Hoffmann & Rufus Bruijalba VS Riley Pumphrey & Chris Benestante – Professionals 2&1

 Lonny Alexander & Taylor Kush VS Dean Lundquist & Keith Lundquist – Professionals 4&3

Philip Miranda & Steve Veriato VS Mike Allen & Erik Henson – All Square


Singles Pairings and tee times

8          Wes Skaggs VS Dean Lundquist
8:10    Philip Miranda VS Chris Benestante
8:20    Chesley Carr VS Erik Henson
8:30    Steve Veriato VS Tim Hamm
8:40    Brian Marini VS Mike Allen
8:50    Kyle O’Brien VS Grady Bruce
9          Omar Uresti VS Keith Lundquist
9:10    Taylor Kush VS Riley Pumphrey
9:20    Brandon Dixon VS Jonathan Davison
9:30    Travis Nelson VS Ian Ball
9:40    Lonny Alexander VS Michael Cooper
9:50    Greg Slosson VS Steve Paterson
10        Rufus Brijalba VS Robert Evan
10:10  David von Hoffmann VS Brian Noonan

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