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Local Golf Report: Jeremy Jensen wins again

From Tee to Green

 

September 17, 2019

George Ferguson

Kelly Benson, left, and Jeremy Jensen pose for a photo following Sunday's Prairie Farms Golf Course Men's Club Championship. Jensen won his fourth consecutive club championship, while Benson was overall low net for the tournament.

It’s kind of ironic the awesome turn the weather took at the end of last weekend, and it looks like it’s going to stick around for a while. However, just a reminder, this column won’t.

Next week will be the final From Tee to Green for 2019, so as I always say, if you want anything published before I shut it down for the year, please let me know.

Speaking of shutting down. The last competitive tournament at Prairie Farms Golf Course was played out under hot, sunny and calm conditions Sunday, as the course held it’s Men’s Club Championship. And to no one’s surprise, Jeremy Jensen retained his title of club champ by carding an even-par 72 on a course that played pretty darn tough. It was Jensen’s fourth straight club championship win. Congrats, Jeremy.

Also congrats to Kelly Benson, who shot 77 and was overall low net for the tournament. Flight winners for gross also included, Jimmy Kato with a 78 in the first flight, Dan Leader, who shot 80 in the second flight, Patch Wirtzberger, who fired an 83 I the third flight, and Gene Harada, who shot 96 to win the fourth flight. Net winners were, Steve Bebee in the fourth flight, Steve Mariani in the third flight, Mark Kato in the second flight and Benson.

In closing, I’d just like to add that, even though I played like hot garbage Sunday, I had a blast playing and competing with my friends and all the guys. It was a great tournament, on a really great-shaped golf course, and the weather couldn’t have been better. So thanks to everyone who put on this year’s chipper.

While the golf season continues to wind down for some, it’s just getting started for the Montana State University-Northern Lights and Skylights.Northern opened their season at last week’s Argo Invitational in Great Falls.

The Lights took sixth place in the tournament with a 1,063, and were led by T.J. Reynolds who finished at 244. Troy Amsdon finished at 259 for the Lights, while Kyle Vandenacre what 263 and Matt Krueger finished at 297.

The Skylights didn’t have enough players for a team total in Great Falls, but they were led by Tiara Gilham with a 169 over 36 holes. Megan Vandenacre what 178 and Leotie Whitehead finished at 201.

Northern is at the Carroll College Invitational next Monday and Tuesday in Helena.

Prairie Farms Men's Club Championship

First Flight

Jeremy Jensen 72 (Club Champion)

Kelly Benson 77 (low net)

Jim Kato 78 (1st gross)

Kyle Sheppard 78 (2nd gross)

Doug Sheppard 80 (3rd gross)

Lunar Evans 88

Kyle Miller 88

Second Flight

Dan Leader 80 (1st gross)

Mark Kato 84 (low net)

Mike Erickson 88 (2nd gross)

George Ferguson 89 (3rd gross)

Chad Edgar 91

Roger Freier 92

Nate Baltrusch 97

Third Flight

Patch Wirtzberger 83 (1st gross)

Maynard Limberhand 91 (2nd gross)

Steve Mariani 91 (low net)

Dave Herman 95 (3rd gross)

Scott Miller 95

Tracey McLain 99

Cal Wirtzberger 101

Greg Baltrusch 101

Fourth Flight

Gene Harada 96 (1st gross)

Brad Ruhkamp 97 (2nd gross)

Greg Mossness 99 (3rd gross)

Kerry Ward 99

Barry Kato 99

Steve Bebee 100 (low net)

Wayne Bolken 118

 

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