(Bob Romans, Terry Winiarski, Andy Gieryn and Joe Jurkowski)
Monday marked the annual WPGA Pro-Senior Pro-Am which brought together eighteen foursomes from throughout the Wisconsin Section. Each squad was made up of one WPGA affiliated professional and three amateurs over the age of 50. After dodging a few storm cells to start the day the players were able to stay relatively dry and enjoy the warm and breezy afternoon. They attempted to go as low as possible on the challenging Andy North and Roger Packard designed Canyon and Lakes courses at Trappers Turn GC.
Accomplishing that feat the best was a group of familiar faces from Oakwood Park GC. Former champions Joe Jurkowski, Bob Romans and Terry Winiarski teamed up this year with Head PGA Professional Andy Gieryn, to take home the top spot once again. The foursome snuck by their nearest competitors by just one shot with their 13-under-par 131. Their scorecard featured steady play the whole way as they played ten holes under par and gave back shots on just two holes. Finishing in the runner-up position was the foursome of John Freeman, Brian Pederson, Phil Levin and Jeff Brandt.
The low professional game for the day featured another close competition, with Rivermoor GC Head Professional Andrew Troyanek taking home the win. His 1-under-par 71 was the only professional score under par. Just one shot back was PGA Director of Sales for Trappers Turn GC, Bob Gander.
For the senior professionals it was Brad Peck of Nakoma GC earning the win, with a 1-over-par 73.
The Wisconsin PGA would like to thank Trappers Turn GC, the staff at the club and the two event partners (Coca Cola & Tito’s Vodka) for making it another memorable pro-am at Trappers Turn GC. The club did a fantastic job of showcasing their facility and making sure everyone went home happy.