Tuesday, July 30, 2013
Muhlbauer aces #8......Pick banned from BV County......Thanks Jim Gossett.........Volquartsen Custom rolls!
Dick Muhlbauer collected his first hole in one Tuesday night on the par three #8 at the Carroll Country Club. Muhlbauer was one of two players that made the call to the second tee for Community Oil to face flight leading Volquartsen Custom. The gunners scored the largest point total in supper league history winning 55 to 27. Where was Chico and Todd Kanne or Jerry Janson? The oil jobbers are leaking oil and Muhlbauers ace was the certainly the only highlight of the night. Congratulations Dick.
Brown Shoe Fit Company beat your Bud Light team 42 to 30. Craig Mertz beat John Nepple 10 to 8 and Mike Schulz beat John Renze 10 to 8. That was the only winners for your Bud Light team as Bud Three Steve Hans Auen watched as Jeff Bahr carded the best round of his life on the front nine to beat Auen 14 to 4. Auen's cart partner Captain Mike Franey played awful and was beaten by Carroll Country Club Pro Paul Tigges despite the Pro hitting the wrong ball on hole #5. Identifying your ball is one of the first lessons of Junior golf just saying Paul! Steve Sinnard was off this week vacationing with the family at Lake Okoboji and Bud Two Troy Auen did not make the call to the eighth tee either.
Your Bud Light team is on the verge of missing the playoffs due to the fact that the Carroll Cycle Center revved their engines and did a burn out all over Linde Equipment. No winners for the equipment dealers. Jay Drees led the way with a 17 to 1 win over Ron Juergens. Jamming Joe Hinners had the throttle down on Brad Woodward. The runner up and the third place finishers in the Carroll Muny Tourney played head to head. Corey Bluml beat Matt Gute 12 to 6. Head hog Terry Ruchti was the low point getter for the hogs with a 10 to 8.
Van Diest Supply Company extended their winning streak to five weeks with a 42 to 30 win over Graddy's Salsa. The Salsas are on a four week skid and are in 3rd behind the Mid Iowa Team. Dirk Glynn was the MVP with a win over Jeff Scharfenkamp. The Glynn's leave for Russia tomorrow so best travels to them. Brad Pick beat the ripe tomato John 10 to 8. Jamie North beat Rick Grote and Mike Loehr tied Aaron Pick.
Mid Iowa Team is in second with a 38 to 34 win over Stiff Sticks. Papa Joe Pick and Junkyard Dog Steve Cuda Quandt led the way with wins over Larry Sporrer and Bud One Jim Auen. Trusty Mike Nelson beat Produce Tom Duff and Fairway Frank Comito thumped Catfish Ed Tomka.
Greteman Chiropractic edged the Finish Line 38 to 34. Neal Cross the only winner for the Finish Line beating Rich Hartley. P.J. Greteman, Gary Subbert and Clint Cummings all were winners for the back crackers.
Chad Kanne and Craig Mertz were low gross with two under 35's. Joe Hinners, Chad Kanne and Jeff Bahr was low gross with 30's. Carroll Cycle Center were low net team, Dick Muhlbauer's hole in one was good enough for the closest to the pin on 8 and Joe Hinners nailed the longest putt.
Action in the Phil Mickelson Division saw Verizon Wireless take one on the chin 31 to 41 from Byronz Boyz. Brock Jones led the way for the Boyz with a win over Karl Christensen. Westside State Savings Bank's Matt Lujano had the clearest reception for the cell phones with a win over Tony Feldman.
Breaking news from the Budweiser team as Pat Malloy was removed as team captain by unanimous vote. Malloy has also been ordered to return the self proclaimed 2011 coach of the year award within 8 days. Amongst all of the turmoil the King of Beers could only muster a 36 to 36 tie with Feld Fire Equipment. Fred Dolezal lead the team by beating long ball Tony Pietig. Scott Greteman was the MVP for the equipment guys.
Carroll Glass slipped by the alarms of Feld Security 38 to 34. Benton Snyder clobbered Michael Kasperbaur 17 to 1. Ron "Bubba" Badding was the only security for Felds.
The Pettitt Hwy 30 Car Wash got help from the pro shop and scored a 46 to 26 win over the Sharp Funeral Home. Kyler Ludwig was the MVP for the car wash tokens. Only one winner for the caskets and that was Dr. Nystrom with a win over Car Wash Todd Pettitt.
Carpet One and Champion Ford battled to a 36 to 36 tie. Wade Wilkie the big winner for the car company. Jon Sturm and Collin Hackett both won for the carpets who played one man short.
Benet Snyder and Dave Nystrom were low gross with 4 under 33's, Snyder was low net, Byronz Boyz and Pettitt Hwy 30 Car Wash were low net team, Kyler Ludwig was closest to the pin and Todd Pettitt nailed one putt in a losing effort.
The Uncle Bruce Player of the Week award goes to Dick Muhlbauer for his first hole in one!
Congratulations to Bob Gigure and his team at Iowa Corn Processors on a 16 million dollar expansion that is going to position them securely in the market place. It was an honor to attend your groundbreaking today and best of luck. Thanks for investing in Carroll County!
Economic Development seems like a slow moving machine to this writer and Carroll County has been so very lucky to have Jim Gossett leading the team over the past decade or so. This week Jim will leave the position of Executive Director for Carroll Area Development Corporation and the Carroll Chamber of Commerce for a new opportunity with Raccoon Valley Rural Electric Coop. Jim has been such a valuable asset to Carroll County and his departure is certain to leave a void that will definitely be hard to fill. As a former Carroll Chamber of Commerce President I know first hand how much Jim puts into promoting Carroll County to the rest of the state and the nation as a whole. I knew the day would come when Jim would leave and I am excited in the fact that he is staying in Carroll County. Thanks Jim for all that you have done for Carroll and Carroll County!
Congratulations to Adam and Linsey Pick on the birth of Nora Ann at Mercy Medical Center in Des Moines.
Odds and ends........
Papa Joe Classic Champion John Dukes appeared on The Late Show with David Letterman this week to discuss his monumental victory.
Congratulations to Justin Yetmar of Carroll for winning the 2013 Carroll Municipal Club Tourney. Corey Bluml finished second and Matt Gute finished third. Produce Tom Duff finished in 7th. Steve Cuda Quandt and Mike Franey finished tied for 10th.
A formal handicap investigation has been launched to examine the handicap of Jamming Joe Hinners.
The Buena Vista Tree Service has banned Papa Joe Pick from playing golf in Buena Vista county any longer. The banning stems from an incident at the Buena Vista University Golf Outing last Friday. Damage reports were mounting at press time as on course reporters saw Pick spending all day chasing his ball into the trees resulting in damage to the trees . How far one can fall from a career performance at the Carroll Country Club Tourney to being banned from a charity golf event.
BV county officials have now labeled him Woody Wood Picker.
As always this Bud's for you and ON IOWA!