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Today is October 13, 2015

Roesch & Buntrock Stand Tall At The Fall Pro-Pro

The duo of Keith Buntrock and David Roesch defied the odds on a windy and cool day at the Fall Pro-Pro on Monday.  The twosome along with 36 other teams tackled wind gusts of up to 40 mph, in a quest to card the lowest score in the 1 best ball of 2 format (four-ball stroke play).  With birdies at a premium the Meadowbrook CC assistant professional and Storm's Golf Range teaching professional were able to post the only score in the 60s.

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A Fall Tradition, The 32nd Point Scramble

Twenty teams from throughout the Wisconsin Section, PGA ventured to longtime host Stevens Point CC for the 32nd Point Scramble on Monday. After a summer like run of weather throughout the month of September, players were able to tell that October had arrived.  The squads battled drizzle and cool conditions as they attempted to tackle the challenging setup.  With the hole locations in there usual tricky spots, the winning team was set to come from a team with previous Point Scramble experience.

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The Legend Clubs Lead The Way At The Pro-Assistant

The quest to win the prestigious Manual de la Torre Pro-Assistant title wrapped up on Monday afternoon at Geneva National GC on the Player Course.  The always popular event gave 93 players a chance to enjoy a fun day of golf, competition and camaraderie, as the golf season slows down.  The tournament included forty-three teams participating in the traditional division of play and another twelve in the secondary division.
The day featured terrific fall weather and ideal scoring conditions as the teams attempted to go as low as possible.  Conquering the traditional division of play was the duo of David Bobber and Blake Hutchison of The Legend at Brandybrook. 


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What A Fantastic Day At Bishops Bay

The 2015 WPGA Pro-Am Series came to a close on Monday, as the Bishops Bay Pro-Am took place just outside of Madison.   A sold out field of thirty-two teams enjoyed a gorgeous day as the calendar got ready to turn from summer to fall.  The teams were competing in the always difficult format of 3, 2, 1 net best ball format where 3 net balls count on the par 3s, 2 net balls on the par 4s and 1 net ball on the par 5s.


After all the scores had been posted the team representing Washington County GC of Craig Czerniejewski, David Halverson, Tim Halverson and Craig Podlesnik was able to get the win with a 13-under-par 123 score. 

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