It was a hot and steamy night on the fairways and greens of the Carroll Country Club as your Bud Light did battle. Some confusion between the Pro Shop and this report resulted in inaccurate reporting of last nights match ups. Your Bud Light team headed for the 7th and 8th tees to take on whiskey bottles of Templeton Rye. Long time subscriber, top local amateur, highly successful and more veteran golfer Craig Mertz beat Carroll Country Club Head Golf Professional Nick Schon 12 to 6. With the win Mertz takes the lead in the 2010 Bud Light Golfer of the Year race. Bud Two Troy Auen beat Pro Shop Paul Tigges 12 to 6. Your Captain Mike Franey and 2009 Bud Light Golfer of the Year Steve Sinnard tied Drew Knudsen and John Nepple . Overall a good win for the Bud Light team 42 to 30. Sinnard was awarded closest to the pin on #8. Bud Two Steve "Hans" Auen was riding on RAGBRAI with wife Krissi. Good riding Hans! 2008 Bud Light Golfer of the Year Mike Schulz subbed for Papa Joe Pick and lost a close one 10 to 8.
Your Bud Light team sits in 3rd place after Sharp Funeral Home flattened the tires of the Carroll Cycle Center 44 to 28 moving the cycles from 2nd to 5th. Eric Sievers and Anti Virus Adam Schweers were the MVP's for the caskets who have a 13 point lead. Captain TR is going to have to rally the team.
The caskets are leading Hawkeye Commodity Brokers who had a career night against par scoring 48 points. All winners for the brokers. Wade Wilkie the MVP scoring 13 points. Digger Dave Nelson and Head broker Sean O'Leary scored 12 and Monument Man Loren Boyce scored 11. The Brokers were awarded low net team for their unprecedented efforts.
Carroll County State Bank got a big win over Frank Comito and the Stiff Sticks 42 to 30. Mike Mosher the MVP with a 13 to 5 win over Frank Comito. The bank tellers moved up into 4th place.
Pizza Ranch and Volquartsen Customs battled to a 36 to 36 draw. Keith Pottebaum continues to pace the team with a 13 to 5 win over Tony Badding.
The La-z-boys beat up on Elin's 9-irons 42 to 30 on the wings of Randy Hockom's low net and gross performance.
Byron's Boyz pounded Templeton Savings Bank 44 to 28. Ralph Guerra the MVP with a 13 to 5 win over John Horbach.
Over in the Phil Mickelson division league leading Macke Motors recruited Colorado State's Kirby Pettitt only to see Pettitt fall to Wyatt Haukap 11 to 7. Car Wash Todd Pettitt paced the team with a 12 to 6 win over Todd Kanne. Dick Muhlbauer beat Captain Randy Bierl and Head oil jobber Chico Kanne beat Flying Bob Raue. Raue has been out of the line up for weeks and may go back into retirement after last nights performance. The Motors fell to the oil guys 40 to 32. With the loss their lead is only 4 over Papa Joe and the Soggy Subs.
The Subs tied Kasperbauer Cleaners in the absent of their leader Papa Joe who was speaking at the Okoboji women's red hat chapter meeting about the benefits of no till beans. Steve "Cuda" Quandt was the only bright spot for the subs with a 14 to 4 win.
Windstar remained in 3rd place with a 42 to 30 win over Utilcomm. Pete Collison was the MVP as he subbed for the buses. The buses are 4 out of 2nd and just 8 out of 1st.
Badding Construction nailed Carroll Glass 45 to 27. Subway Mike Gute was the MVP with a 13 to 5 over Tristan Brown. Gute and Glenn Badding were both low gross with 34.
Miller Lite lost to Commercial Savings Bank 39 to 33. Head Bar Keeper Jason Scranton and Chemical boy Dirk Glynn were the MVP's. Tom Farner returned to action last night for the less filing beers after a 30 day suspension. After a poor performance team captain John Greteman announced that Farner is back on suspension until further notice.
Larry's Automotive beat Linde Equipment 43 to 29. Bill Schwabe the MVP. A good performance by Dr. P.J. Greteman.
That is a wrap for week 14 and next week starts the crossover matches. Only four weeks remain and both division are too close to call.
Happy Birthday Tom "Slider" Snyder!
As always This Bud's For You and On Iowa! 39 days until Hawkeye Football!
Have a great week