Kirby Pettitt mastered the Carroll Country Club to win the 2013 Carroll AM on Sunday. It was a rain soaked event that featured some of the best amateurs in the state. This event may be the last amateur event for Pettitt as he aims at turning pro.
|Kirby Pettitt and J.D. Anderson|
|Mom and Dad on hand to see Kirby win!|
|A good caddie is always important....Thanks Matt Fleshner!|
Bud Two Troy Auen came off the disabled list to carry your Bud Light team to victory with an 8 to 1 win over Lane Pugh. Steve Sinnard tied the scrappy Brady Evans. Bud Three Steve Hans Auen suffered a minor let down after a big win last week as Neal Cross took advantage to score a 11 to 7 win. Denny Kasperbauer came to play and topped Captain Mike Franey 10 to 8. Long time subscriber, top local amateur, highly successful and more veteran golfer Craig Mertz should be back in action next week after hernia surgery. Overall your Bud Light team posted a 40 to 32 win over the Finish Line and remains in 4th position
Volquartsen Custom scored a huge win 48 to 24 win over Greteman Chiropractic to move into 1st place in the PGA Flight two points ahead of week 6 leaders Brown Shoe Fit Company. Carroll County Club President Chad Kanne won 13 to 5 as the back crackers played one man short. Nic Volquartsen and Bose Nieland won big as well.
The Brown Shoe Fit Company recorded an upset win over the Mid Iowa Team. Produce Tom Duff was the only winner. On course reporters witnessed the farmer chasing the dog all around the parking lot as they exited the course immediately after the round was over. Steve Anthofer landed a big Catfish as Ed Tomka suffered a loss. Todd Bierl played well although ran into a tough Tom Duff. Duff was quoted after the round “We will be back.” Time will tell. Mid Iowa Team dropped to second 4 points behind Graddy’s Salsa.
The ground up tomatoes beat Linde Equipment 43 to 29. Dr. Nick Frangman recovered from a large loss in week 6 to Steve Auen and beat Ron Juergens 13 to 5. Retiring councilman Jeff Scharfenkamp and Kyler Ludwig also won. Team leader Tomato John Gradoville pulled another ringer out of the golf shop to protect the lead.
Van Diest Supply Company maintained third place despite a 32 to 40 loss to the Carroll Cycle Center. Head hog Terry Ruchti was the MVP for the cycles with a 12 to 6 win over Ryan Milligan. Corey Bluml and Jamming Joe Hinners beat Aaron Pick and Chemical Dirk Glynn. Jamie North was the only winner for the chemical company.
In a cross over match Carroll Glass smashed Community Oil 45 to 27. Keith Pottebaum the all star with a 13 to 5 win over the head oil jobber Chico Kanne. Benet Snyder won 12 to 6 over Charlie Vaubel 12 to 6. Brad Stork and Andy Reiman also won for the glass company. No winners for the oils.
Tom Duff was low gross with an even par 34. Jeff Scharfenkamp was low net. Graddy’s Salsa was low net team. Kyler Ludwig was closest to the pin and Steve Anthofer nailed the longest putt.
With their big win Carroll jumped Champion Ford for first place. The Fords just got by Feld Fire Equipment 37 to 35. Monument Man Loren Boyce the MVP for the car company. Two time Papa Joe Classic winner Digger Dave Nelson beat Kevin Forke 11 to 7. John Horbach wrinkled the shirt of clothier Wade Wilkie.
Byronz Boyz beat Sharp Funeral Home 41 to 31 to gain a share of the lead in the British Open Flight. Tony Feldman led the way for the Boyz beating Greg Perkins.
Stiff Sticks got by Carpet One 39 to 33. Larry “Doc” Sporrer was the MVP for the sticks. Bud One Jim Auen and Collin Hackett battled to a tie. Colin Bierl beat Fairway Frank Comito. Mike Nelson beat John Sturm.
The King of Beers beat the Pettitt Highway 30 Car Wash 40 to 32. Joel Harris beat the always tough 2010 Papa Joe Classic winner Jeff Minnich. Fred Dolezal beat Kirby Pettitt’s caddie Matt Fleshner. Curtis Stork the only winner for the car wash tokens.
Can you hear me know? Pat Macke’s I phones beat Feld Security 43 to 29. Wyatt Haukap scored a big win over Nick Bowdish. I am curious that Bowdish is listed as a member of the cell phone team and subbed against his own team. Cries of insider trading surfaced around the clubhouse last night. Kyle Christensen and Pat Macke won decisively.
Andy Reiman and Kyle Christensen shared low gross honors with even par 37. Tiger Tom Simons was low net and closest to the pin. Carroll Glass and Verizon Wireless were low net team. Dr. Dave Nystrom drained the longest putt.
The Uncle Bruce Player of the Week is Produce Tom Duff for his winning performance over Todd Bierl. Bierl played well shooting a 38 in the loss. Duff was the only winner for the Mid Iowa Team.
|Good luck balloons from Julie and the kids|
|A good luck card was attached|
|Tony getting ready to let it rip|
|Standing room only|
Belated birthday wishes to Steve Sinnard, Scott Kanne, Patrick O'leary, Jay Drees, Joe Hinners, Jake Gute and Peg White
|Best of luck Kirby! Take dead aim!|
That is a wrap for week 7! Thanks to everyone at the Carroll Country Club for putting on a great tournament this weekend. Fairways and Greens to all
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