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2016 Scramble Results

The 30th Annual Jimmie Scramble took place on Saturday, June 18th at the Jamestown Country Club. Like previous years, the format was a four-person Scramble. Forty eight golfers participated in the Friday night shootout event, and 196 participants golfed in Saturday’s Scramble.

The scramble was split into two divisions each placing the top three teams.

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Gross Division: No Handicaps Calculated
1st: Brian Meyer, Alan Anderson, Chris Nogosek, Tyler Lamp score: 56
2nd: Troy Roaldson, Brent Giesler, Shane Ost, Mike Nogosek score: 58
3rd: Dave Nelson, Cherlene Nelson, Michelle Haley, Darren Haley score: 59

Net Division: Handicaps Calculated
1st: Shawn Rinkenberger, Trent Olson, Terry Olson, Steve Schmitz net score: 51.9
2nd: Dustin Jensen, Greg Ulland, Matt Murken, Brad Ulland net score: 53.6
3rd: Matt McPherson, Brook Maier, Justin Cross, Tony Erickson net score: 56.7

Women’s Division
1st: Jessica Topp, Janna Engel, Jessica Flanagan, Shannon Ziemer score: 65
Prize Winners:
Hole 1 Longest drive Shannon Zemer
Hole 2 Straightest drive Dean Glatt
Hole 7 Closest to the river Tony Erickson
Hole 9 Longest Putt Alex Moses
Hole 10 Shortest used drive Bob Buck
Hole 12 Closest to the pin “Team Toop”
Hole 17 Longest Drive Steve Ottmar

Hole 18

Closest 2nd shot

Greg Ulland

Brent Gieszler and Troy Nogosek won the Friday shootout with a 68, coming in 4 under par.

At the raffle, Dave Nelson won a TaylorMade M1 driver, and Justin Dunn won a TaylorMade putter.

All proceeds from the Jimmie Scramble go to benefit the 500+ student athletes at University of Jamestown through equipment, program support, and student scholarships.

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Posted:June 21, 2016


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