Wednesday, April 25, 2012

Bud Light wins....Uncle Pete crushes Nephew Collin.....Drivers for sale!

On a glorious first night of the 2012 Men's Supper league uncle Pete Collison took it to nephew Collin Hackett 15 to 3. Collison's performance helped Van Diest Supply take the top spot of the PGA Flight in the Zach Johnson division. Sorry Kimmy but I have to report the facts.

Budweiser were all smiles with their new hats! Thanks Bud One!
Budweiser beat Community Oil 41 to 31. GPS Bob was the MVP for the King of Beers. Long time Community Oil team member Dick Muhlbauer appeared to not be awarded a new team shirt as he had the older faded model on last night. Muhlbauer was confident that he would work through this misunderstanding. New team Jerry Janson was even seen wearing a new shirt. This publisher will continue to watch this matter develop. Head oil jobber Chico Kanne was unavailable for comment.

Brown Shoe Fit Company beat Carroll Glass 41 to 31. Todd Bierl was the MVP for the shoe company. Benet Snyder lead the glass men.

The standings in the PGA Flight are: Van Diest Supply at 46, Budweiser and Brown Shoe Fit, 41, Community Oil and Carroll Glass at 31 and Carroll Broadcasting bringing up the rear at 26.

Flying Bob Raue led the charge for Macke Motors as they took care of par 43 to 27. Greteman Chiropractic adjusted WCI 40 to 32 and Utilcomm beat pre season favorite the Carroll Cycle Center. Chad Kanne the MVP for the cable guys only to be benched for next week for several undisclosed violations that of team rules. Jamming Joe Hinners led the way for the cycles. New comer Cory Bluml showed some first night jitters in a big loss. 

The standings in the Masters Flight are: Macke Motors-43, Greteman Chiropratic - 40, Utilicomm - 38, Carroll Cycle Center - 34 and WCI at 32.

Over in the Phil Mickelson division you find YOUR Bud Light team three back from Champion Ford. The cars beat Badding Construction 43 to 38. Digger Dave Nelson and Wade Wilkie were the MVP's and Monument Man Loren Boyce had a strong night as well.

YOUR Bud Light team beat par 40 to 32. Bud Two Troy Auen the MVP. Bud Three Steve "Hans" Auen gets the benching for next week.

Steve Sinnard subbed for Graddy's Salsa as the tomatoes beat Windstar 38 to 34. Mike Loehr and Tomato John Gradoville led the way. Sinnard was disgruntled after his round as his normal retainer fee was performance based last night so he only scored a six pack from Captain Gradoville.

The standings in the British Open Flight are: Champion Ford - 43, Bud Light - 40, Graddy's Salsa - 38, Windstar Lines - 34 and Badding Construction - 29.

Juergens Lawn Care took care of Active Performance 43 to 30. Ron Juergens the MVP by beating Dr. Greg Perkins 14 to 4. Byronz Boys upset defending champion Stiff Sticks. 37 to 35. Doc Sporrer and Bud One Jim Auen struggled in their debut for the sticks. Neal Cross the MVP. Templeton Rye took it on the chin against par. Denny Kasperbauer the MVP as Cuda Quandt, Tom Duff and Papa Joe Pick all struggled on the opening night.

The standings in the US Open Flight are: Juergens Lawn Care - 42, Byronz Boys - 37, Stiffsticks - 35, Templeton Rye - 35, and Active Performance - 30.

GPS Bob Pudenz is the week 1 leader of the Uncle Bruce Player of the Year award by scoring 16 points in the opening night. Pete Collison is second with 15 and Todd Bierl and Ron Juergens are tied for third with 14. This award is named after our friend Uncle Bruce Pettitt and will be awarded at the end of the year to the golfer with the best average point total.

Craig Mertz and Troy Auen shared low gross honors in the Phil Mickelson division. Neal Cross bagged low net, Nick Fangman was closest to the pin on 17, Mike Loehr nailed the longest putt on 18 and Stiff Sticks were low new team even in their loss.

Mike "Jewels" Eckerman was low gross in the Zach Johnson division. Todd Kanne notched low net, Macke Motors was the low net team, Carroll Cycle Center head man Terry Ruchti was closest to the pin on #8 and Mike Eckerman made the longest putt on #9.

Last night was a hard night on new drivers as many golfers opened the pro shop door after play and flung their new technology on the floor. Most Notable Craig Mertz as his Taylor Made RBZ driver had nice loft as his drive on 14 was 10 rows in the field. Contact the pro shop for some good newly used equipment with a lot of room on the sweet spot left. Wilkie Clothiers is a new birdie sponsor. The report would like to welcome Steve Herrin and Monument Man Loren Boyce as new subscribers.

That is a wrap for week 1. Have a great week! Fairways and greens to all!

As always this Buds for you and On Iowa!

Mike Franey

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