|Standings after Week 6!|
Mother Nature was still the true champion last night on the last week of May as she dialed up a breezy night with temperatures hovering around 60. Carroll Country Country Club’s Men’s Supper League completed the 4th night of league in six attempts.
Supper League’s most mature team was on fire as they pulled the teeth of the Carroll Dental Clinic. All winners for the sticks – Bud One Jim Auen, Doc Sporrer, Fairway Frank Comito and Trusty Mike Nelson. With the 8-0 victory the sticks moved up to second place only two shots out of the lead.
Champion Ford #1 had a good night beating the Farmer and Dog’s Mid Iowa Team 7 to 1. John Baratta holed out on the final hole #12 for eagle to crush the dreams of Papa Joe Pick. Pick was distraught in the clubhouse and showed signs of sadness with his lost hopes of victory. Team counselors were made available after the match for the team captain. Reminds me a past moment in Papa Joe's life.
score a bonus point for closest to the pin on #17. 2019 Muny 4 ball Champion
Steve “Cuda” Quandt tied Dr. Svenssen and Produce Tom Duff(Duff is still
feeling the pain from losing to Jon Heim in week 4) tied DK Denny Kasperbauer.
The head Ford man Darin Putney put the thumping to Aaron Ahrendsen with his
back nine winning low gross 32. Champion Ford #1 is tied for 5th
with Community Oil and the #2 Ford team.
|It will be alright Joe!|
The Sharp Funeral Home broke the glass of Carroll Glass 6 to 3. Old Balls Chad Kanne was the only loser for the PXG powered team. He was beat by Benton Snyder who carded an even par 37 and won low net on the front with a 32. CCC general manager Paul Tigges, Techie Nic V and Peterman Tony Pietig were all winners for the caskets. Head casket Kyle Atkinson was benched.
Westside Savings Bank upset league leading and Supper league’s defending champions Michelob Ultra 6 to 4. The Champ Corey Bluml shot -4 on the front nine to collect low gross honors and beat Long time subscriber, top local amateur, highly successful and most veteran golfer Craig Mertz. Mertz recorded his first Chinese hook of the year on the 18th hole. Head teller Bill Beck beat Bud Three Steve Auen. Auen was certainly off his game after getting beat over the weekend by son Tyler “Big Country” Auen. In a driveway meeting on Mayberry Lane last night just before 9 BC informed his father that it might just be time for him to go to the learning center. Classic line Tyler! Bud Two battled through the chilly night only to top one into the pond on 7 and tie Long Ball Matt Fleshner. Bud Two did nail a 50-foot putt to win a bonus point for the team and was voted team MVP of the night. Mouthpiece Mike Franey the only winner for the champs holding off Tony Schweers. Steve Sinnard was benched for week six action and Security Mike Schulz was out east dancing with the Statue of Liberty. Supper League’s most popular team still remains on top of the league by one.
Champion Ford #2 topped the oil jobbers of Community Oil 5 to 4. Woodard and Cummings were winners. Head Hog Terry Ruchti won for the oil rags. Monument Man Loren Boyce made the difference with his closest to the pin bonus point.
Par had their way with Bierl Carpet One. The 1999 Iowa State Fire Prevention coloring champ Colin Bierl was the only winner for the carpets.
|Best in the state!|
Highway 30 Car Wash and OH BOBBY tied their match Mike Soe the only winner for the Bob team.
Graddy’s Tomatoes slipped by the cleaners of Kasperbauer Cleaners 5 to 4. Dr. Decay Nick Fangman and Rick Grote were winners for the tomatoes. Matt Lujano scored a win over Digger Dave Nelson. Wyatt Haukap nailed the longest putt.
- Carroll Police and Carroll County Sheriff's departments have approved this Friday's arrival of two time Papa Joe Champion John Dukes to return to Carroll for the Member - Guest Tourney.
- Congratulations to area high school golfers on their success.
- Happy 60th Birthday to Todd and Pam Pettitt! A family legacy to look up to!
- Condolences to the Russ Axman family for their loss!
- Congratulations to area graduates. Best of luck in the future.
- Nick Nurse and the Toronto Raptors are headed to the finals. So great to see this!
- From the photo vault of past years!
2019 Championship Coach