(Steve Fischer from Premier Golf & Utility Vehicles with Scott Bushman and Jason Haack)

For the 23rd time on Wednesday the Wisconsin PGA teamed up with the Wisconsin Golf Course Superintendents Association to present the Premier Golf & Utility Vehicles Super-Pro. After visiting Washington County GC in 2023, the event made the short drive down to highway 83 to let players enjoy the Chenequa Country Club layout.

The club drew in a record turnout, as attendance reached triple digits for the first time ever.

Of the 52 teams in the field, 27 twosomes were eligible for the traditional division of play, featuring one WPGA affiliated professional and one WGCSA member with the same official club affiliation. While the second division was made up of 25 teams, which included all other teams including a pro/super team that did not have a handicap index.

Once again the teams in the field were playing the always fun and challenging Modified Chapman Alternate Shot format. After their 18 hole gross score was complete, teams then received 50% of their combined handicap index to create the net team score.

As loyal supporters of the event, Jason Haack and Scott Bushman would be teaming up for the 11th time in the past 13 years. The Fox Valley Golf Club’s head PGA professional and WGCSA Superintendent cracked the top 4 last year at Washington County GC for the first time. With a few other finishes in the money during their time as a team, they knew they could compete but could they win.

The cards ending up falling into place on Wednesday as the teammates would post a very solid 1-under-par 70 on their gross ball. Tying them for the low gross score on the day. Over the course of the 18 holes they would make four birdies and just three bogeys. After applying their 3.75 team handicap it left them with a 66.25 net score.

The net score would be good enough to win by .20 over Andrew Kosloske and Dave Jahnke of Washington County GC.

In this year’s second division of play, the Reinders team of Brian Placzkowski and Kyle Dreger would get the job done. They would shoot a gross 78 and after applying their team handicap it would leave them with a net 64. Good enough for a 2.15 shot win.

A big thank you goes out again to Premier Golf & Utility Vehicles. The company was on board to support the event for the 13th time and their contribution is a key part of the success of the event.

The WPGA and WGCSA would like to also express our gratitude to Chenequa CC. The staff did a great job of hosting and making sure all the attendees enjoyed the day. From great course conditions to first class service, the club had everything covered.

WPGA / WGCSA Premier Golf & Utility Vehicles Super-Pro Results