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On Saturday the Milwaukee Golfweek Amateur Tour kicked off its season at the famed the Bull at Pinehurst Farms. The race for the Milwaukee Cup and Border Battle team has begun!
In the Championship flight, Kevin Sandner returned to the tour and jumped back in the Wilson Winner’s circle. Sandner shot 79 from the 6700 yard tees. Joe Thom finished in 2nd place.
In the A flight, Phil Webb joined the Winner’s circle after his 2-shot victory. Webb’s round included a nice back nine 2 over par, clutch! 2nd place went to Derek Jordan who won a scorecard playoff over Anthony Zumpano.
In the B flight, Mike McLaughlin made the trip up from Chicago and sweated out a 1 shot victory over another Chicago member Ryan Glenn. McLaughlin shot 89 on a difficult track. Brandon Buske took home 3rd place.
In the C Flight, Chad Kulpa played a solid round and broke 90 (shooting 89) from the 6200 yard layout. Second place went to Bill Stengrevics and third place went to Eric Arnold, who shot 92.
In the D Flight, it was a 2 man show down. Kirk Tessendorf and Roger LaFave squared off for the title. It was a hard-fought match and the turning point was the Par 3s. Tessendorf played them in 1 over par, and proved to be the difference. Round 1 went to Tessendorf in what is expected to a be a great season long battle.
If you missed us at the Bull at Pinehurst Farms we have three great events coming: