Thursday, July 10, 2014

History made in Jefferson on Thursday......Carpet One falls.....City Tourney weekend...Bud Light falls!

A glorious night for golf on Tuesday at the Carroll Country Club. Your Bud Light team squared off against the divisional leaders and undisputed defending champions. The guns of Volquartsen Custom ambushed America's team like a scene from a John Wayne movie. Upon arrival at the 6th tee this publisher and Bud Two Troy Auen witness the guns doing some kind of golf specific chant as they prepared themselves for battle. The main topic of the chant was "KILL" and that is exactly what they did. They scored a 8 to 3 victory. Nic Volquartsen beat Bud Three Steve "Hans" Auen, Cable Chad Kanne beat Captain Mike Franey and Casket Kyle Atkinson beat Bud Two Troy Auen. Atkinson was challenged by this publisher to secure low gross for the third week in a row and he would be awarded the Uncle Bruce player of the week. Atknison folded like a lawn chair on #7 as he hit his tee ball over the road to Willey! The only bright spot for your Bud Light team was a win by Steve Sinnard over Kevin Forke. The gun shop's lead is now 7 while your Bud Light team sits in third. Security alarm specialist Mike Schulz was benched for week 13 action and Long time subscriber, top local amateur, highly successful and more veteran golfer Craig Mertz was on unpaid administrative leave. 

Computer Concepts dirtied the carpets of Carpet One who were seeking a fourth consecutive win. Mayor Adam Schweers came out of the gates discussing potential library locations and disrupted the game of Easy Ed Vanderheiden. Vanderheiden is considering writing a letter to the editor. Dr Bogue beat Colin Bierl The only spot remover for the carpets was John Sturm who beat Cody Forch. Sturm nailed the long putt on 9. The carpets are 7 points from the lead.

The Mid Iowa Team were properly prepared after a team meeting discussing the possibilities of major changes with the team for next year. The Mid Iowa Team put their three week losing streak behind them and smashed the tomatoes of Graddy's Salsa's all over the windows of the pro shop. Willey's Paul Tigges beat Diamond Mike Loehr, The Junkyard Dog Cuda Quandt beat Dr. Decay Nick Fangman, Catfish Ed Tomka beat CCSB's head teller Jeff Scharenkamp and Produce
Tom Duff beat Rick Grote. Tigges was low gross and low net with a 34 on the front nine. Tigges' round included a lip out eagle attempt. The Mid Iowa Team was low net team. The most successfully night of the year
came as Papa Joe Pick's tummy hurt like it does after a Cyclone loss to the Iowa Hawkeyes! Good news.....Papa Joe is feeling better and seemed fine at a noon lunch with this publisher at MC's Country Cafe on Wednesday. In a method of bribery Pick bought lunch in an attempt to get back into the line up. This act of bribery was witnessed by the head chef Mark Tigges. Pick will be gone fishing in Canada and will be out of action for the next couple of weeks. Happy fishing Papa Joe! 

Carroll Glass muted the calls of Pat Macke's Verizon Wireless. John Deere green Benton Snyder beat Pat Macke, head glass cutter Andy Reiman beat Westside's Matt Lujano. Karl Christensen scored a second win of the year beating Nick Schon and Plumber Butt Wyatt Haukap turned the water off of Keith Pottebaum. Christensen was awarded the closest to the pin on #8. New team consultant Johhny Beiter has some work to do and should negotiate the terms of his agreement.   

Fleggard scored their third win of the year over Family Specialty Medical. Tony Pietig beat Jamie North and John Horbach beat Adam Pick. Fairway Frank Comito subbed for the clinic and beat Billie Horbach and Pistol Pete Collison beat Scott Greteman. 

Action over in the Zach Johnson Division saw the first place team, Champion Ford fall to Ag Venture who jumped back into second. Clothier Wade Wilkie beat Clint Cummings and the Blue Herrin beat Dr. Neal Cross. Cross was struggling with his tee ball as one course reporters saw Cross not getting to the ladies tee on several occasions. Denny Kasperbauer beat Digger Dave Nelson. Nelson sites are all on the upcoming Papa Joe Classic where he is the only two time champion of the event. The motor company's lead is only 5 over the aggies. 

Carroll Cycle Center washed the mud off their bikes in the bay of the Highway 30 Car Wash without paying. Jamming Joe Hinners beat Jeff Minnich and Brody Evans beat Monument Man Loren Boyce. Boyce's losing streak continues in league and on the family vacation where he lost to daughter Micaela. Randal Road Randy Bierl tied Tony's son Corey and Car Wash Todd Pettitt beat Greene County's Daniel Fitzpatrick. The Car Washes are only six out of the lead. 

Budweiser trounced Linde Equipment 8 to 2. Eric Hammer ended the winning streak of Rowdy Ron Juergens, John Greteman beat Jon Heim and Counter top Pat Malloy beat Brad Woodard. The only loser for the King of Beers was Fearless Fred Dolezal. Dolezal lost to Bob Linde. Dolezal and the legend Joel Harris have both lost to Linde in the past two years and were visibly shaken at the round table during the after round meal. 

Supper League's most mature team blanked Feld Security. Templeton's Doc Sporrer, Trusty Mike Nelson, Floridian Randy Hockom and Bud One Jim Auen were are winners!

Head oil jobber Chico Kanne discussed with this publisher before the round how the team was prepared for battle this week after a team meeting. Wellllllllll.....................Mr. Kanne you have an oil spill. Byronz Boys notched their third win of the season with a 8 to 2 beating of the oil jobbers. The only winner for the oil company was the man that did not show up. Leon Muhlbauer handed it to Chico Kanne, Graphic Rich Hartley beat Jerry Janson, and Chris Giguere beat Todd Kanne. 

The Uncle Bruce player of the week is the playing pride of Willey, Iowa......Paul Tigges. 

At 1:00 Thursday at the corner of Highway 30 and Highway 4 the dirt was turned for the ground breaking of the new Wild Rose Casino in Jefferson! Congratulations!
Hundreds gather to welcome a new casino in Greene County!

The sky was all green! 

Mom, Lynda and I at the groundbreaking 

Grandma enjoyed my rose! 

The deepest sympathy is extended to the Greg Stoelk family. 

That is all I got for this week! Have a great weekend. Watch for coverage of the city tourney on this report. 

Fairways and greens to all!

As always this Bud's for You and ON IOWA!

Mike Franey

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