7/10/2018 7:29:00 AM Wisconsin State Golf Tournament results
Pam and Terry Zielinski from Neenah and Sheila and Bob Beaurain from the Father Dodge Council won the A flight championship.
On Sunday, June 10, Tom Schmitz from Fond du Lac and Perry Pazdernik from Stevens Point won the A flight two-man blind draw championship at the Wisconsin State Knights of Columbus Golf Tournament. Schmitz also had a hole-in-one on the 165-yard par-3 eighth hole.
The Father Dodge Knights of Columbus Council 7827 in Woodruff held the 2018 Wisconsin State Golf Tournament at the Trout Lake Golf Course in Arbor Vitae on Saturday and Sunday, June 9 and 10.
On Saturday, there was a four-person scramble with two flights and several hole events, and Sunday was a two-person blind draw with hole-in-one contests to win a car or several other prizes sponsored by Eagle River Ford; Tom Schmitz got a hole-in-one on hole eight, which was not the car hole.
Greg Peckels, Dean Molinaro, Tom Lawrence and John Danner, representing the Father Dodge Council, blew away the competition by shooting 13 under par and taking home top honors in the four-person scramble, and Pam and Terry Zielinski from Neenah and Bob and Sheila from the Father Dodge Council won the A Flight competition with a 3 under par.
Winners of all the events received a gift certificate from Trout Lake Golf Course in addition to their trophies.
On Saturday's flag events, Molinaro and Jeff Knapstein were closest to the hole on the par 3 events, and the ball of Perry Pazdernik from Stevens Point was on the line on the straightest drive.
Other events going on Saturday were betting hole on hole eight par 3 and seeing if golfers can hit a ball inside a loop in the Trout River.
On Sunday's two-person blind draw, Dave Helmers from Muskego and Mike Bushman from Neenah won the Championship Flight, and Pazdernik and Schmitz won the A flight.
The highlight of Sunday was Schmitz who, with a 5-hybrid, had a hole-in-one on the 165-yard par-3 eighth hole and was working with Travis Trickey, general manager at Eagle River Ford, on getting his prize, which will be a five-day carnival cruise or prize of his choice.