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21473E OGA Two Man Best Ball AP

21473E OGA Two Man Best Ball AP

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Ohio Golf Association

1570 West First Avenue • Columbus, OH 43212 614-487-1207 • fax: 614-487-1209

2012 Ohio Four Ball Results
Columbus CC August 27 – 29, 2012
Overall Gross
Bickle, Aaron / Haynes, Mike Weixel, Ken / Brudzinski, TJ Kinkopf, Ken / Endicott, Kyle Lester, David / Wamack, Terry Bennington, Craig / Arnett, Adam Kelley, Michael / Elliott, Matthew Lennox, David / Strall, Mike Bolt, Chad / Robbins, William Montooth, Andrew / Bromberg, Dana Kesig, Derek / Herl, Pat Meyer, Matt / English, Denny Sokol, Tim / Furrow, Jon Leeds, Jason / Newman, Lindsey Baker, Clay / Lee, Mark Lafferty, Jim / Longendyke, Robert Kovalchik, Jeff / Frey, Greg 69-65--134 66-69--135 69-69--138 69-69--138 70-69--139 71-68--139 71-68--139 70-70--140 71-69--140 69-72--141 72-69--141 70-71--141 71-72--143 77-71--148 75-73--148 71-80--151

Two Man Best Ball
Mike Haynes and Aaron Bickle Overall Net
*Entinger, Jim / Leeds, Jeremy Wharton, Alan / Wills, Larry Chong, Edward / Brough, Thom Arnholt, Tim / Kucan, Jerry McGovern, Kevin Jr / Nick, Phil 65-66--131 65-66--131 71-63--134 75-66--141 84-69--153

5th Annual • 2013
formally known as

Columbus, Ohio

AUGUST 26-28, 2013

Senior Net
*Worthington, Larry / Griggs, Ted **Bosart, Gary / Capuano, Robert Laylor, Larry / Sines, John Ray, Frank / Rose, Clayton 70-68--138 70-68--138 69-69--138 75-74--149

Super Senior Net
Morton, Bob / Eversole, Bobby **Nelson, Richard / Daugherty, John Clark, Tony / Nicholson, Pete Wasserstrom, Alan / Katz, Don Van Steyn, Don / Christman, Tom Smialek, Rick / Mollica, Joe Wilhelm, Daniel / Schrom, Jack Clark, Rodney / Decker, Jim Doherty, Pat / Jewell, Gary *won first place on scorecard playoff **won second place on scorecard playoff 66-64--130 68-64--132 64-68--132 68-67--135 69-68--137 68-72--140 70-70--140 71-74--145 72-75--147

Senior Gross
Sheffer, Pat / Cumberland, Miles Sparks, Jeff / Soule, Craig Miller, Fred / Lahnan, Larry Crim, Gus / Crim, Doug Sayers, Jack / Parsons, Chuck Sovik, Raymond / Metcalfe, Taylor Downey, David / Thompson, Thomas Logan, Jeff / Johnson, Chris Warnica, Bryan / Harless, Jim Strasser, Daniel / Denk, Bill Helwig, Greg / Kennedy, Michael Bernadino, Chris / Bernadino, Robert Macklin, Rick / Smith, Steve Lewis, Bill / Deering, Norm 68-66--134 68-67--135 70-67--137 70-69--139 70-69--139 71-69--140 73-68--141 73-69--142 72-70--142 73-70--143 71-73--144 73-73--146 70-76--146 74-80--154

Super Senior Gross
Miller, Tim / Liberato, Bill Good, Mike / Scheel, John Grossi, Bob / Groves, Jerry Sr. Howser, Bill / LeMaster, Leon Helwagen, Steve / Tracy, Norman Merritt, Gregory / Nichols, Robert 69-69--138 69-71--140 72-69--141 71-70--141 71-74--145 72-78--150


to CDGA Pro Shops approximately one week in advance of event. Contestants may check OHIOGOLF.ORG.

Phone ____

August 26-28 • Columbus Country Club • Columbus, Ohio

DEADLINE July 26, 2011, 4 p.m. (or when field fills). No Tee Entries. No Fax, phone or

Email ____

TWO MAN BEST BALL FORMAT Must be 55 or over to compete. Handicap index limit of 10.4. 18-Hole qualifier
TEAM ENTRY FEE: $450.00 MEMBERS The undersigned hereby agrees to hold the OGA and the Columbus CC free and harmless 2010 Champion starting match play Wednesday. Matches continue Thursday, with final from any andon Friday. may be created by the actions of the undersigned. The undersigned also certifies that he is a bona-fide match(es) all claims that amateur, and a member of an OGA member club. Entry fees include carts, practice fee and three free buffet lunches and prizes. ENTRY FEE $90.00. Entry includes cart and practice range on Monday and practice range TEAMqualifying players. Fee willMEMBERSrefunded after deadline unless playerOGA and the Columbus CC free and for ENTRY FEE: $500.00 NON not be The undersigned hereby agrees to hold the submits a written harmless from any and Members ofmay be created by the actionsenter this event for $72.00 (20% certifies that he is a medical excuse. all claims that Tartan Fields GC may of the undersigned. The undersigned also discount as a Entry fees include carts, bona-fide amateur.host club member). practice fee and three free buffet lunches and prizes.
on Tuesday, with low 7 and 2010 Champion. If number allows we will qualify 15 and

e-mail entries.

Birthdate __

FORMAT: 36 Hole stroke play gross and net. 18 HOLES: TUESDAY, August 27, 8:30 start on first and tenth tees. 1:00 start on first and tenth tees. 18 HOLES: WEDNESDAY, August 28, 8:30 start on first and tenth tees. 1:00 start on first and tenth tees. AGE CLASSES: 18 Thru 54, 55 Thru 64, and 65 and up. Division will be determined by the age of the youngest player on the team. AWARDS: Certificate prizes to top teams in each age division gross and net. “Hesler/Albert” Trophy awarded to Overall Gross Winners. To be eligible for overall gross, teams must compete from 18-54 division tees. HANDICAPS: No Handicap restriction for entry. 90% of course handicap used. Handicaps must be issued by a USGA licensed club. Handicaps must be current. No exceptions. Submitted handicaps will be checked before start of competition. Committee reserves the right to adjust a players handicap based on information including, but not limited to previous years performance. CONTESTANTS: (1) Member of an OGA Member Club or Associate Club with paid 2013 dues. (2) Non Members must be a resident of Ohio and pay Non-Member entry fee. If one member of the team is a member of an OGA Member Club or Associate Club, member fee applies. REGISTRATION: All teams are required to register at club Monday, August 26. A player may call the OGA to pre-register, if they are unable to get to the course on Monday. If a team fails to register, their spot will be given to an alternate team. PRACTICE: Monday, August 26. NO PRE-ARRANGED PRACTICE ROUNDS. Players must report to registration and then first tee to arrange practice round. Players may arrange practice round pairings. All practice rounds start from first tee only. The first tee will close at 3:00 p.m. on Monday. PAIRINGS: Pairings will be mailed to all contestants one week prior to event. All entries shall be deemed to be by invitation and are subject to OGA Board acceptance. Committee will make all tournament pairings. REFUNDS: No refunds after deadline date August 15, 2013 at 4 p.m., or when field fills (160 players, 80 teams). Written medical excuse must be submitted for a refund after deadline date. ENTRY FEE: Entry Fee includes all cart fees, practice fee and buffet lunches Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday for all contestants. CADDIES: Contestants may carry their own bag. The following constitutes a condition of the competition. Appendix I, “restriction on who may serve as a caddie” is in effect:. “A player is prohibited from having a parent, guardian or another player in the same competition serve as his caddie during the stipulated round. PLAYOFF: Playoff for ties in gross divisions only. Two ball team total hole by hole playoff. Net division ties will be determined by USGA scorecard method. FOOTWEAR: It is a condition of this competition that shoes with traditionally designed spikes (regardless of composition, i.e. ceramic, plastic, etc.) or spikes, regardless of design, comprised either entirely or partially of metal (if such metal may come in contact with the course) are prohibited during the stipulated round. Penalty for breach of this condition: Disqualification. SPECIFICATIONS OF CLUBS AND THE BALL List of Conforming Driver Heads: On its Web site (http://www.usga.org) the USGA periodically issues a List of Conforming Driver Heads that lists driving clubheads that have been evaluated and found to conform to the Rules of Golf. “Any driver the player carries must have a clubhead, identified by model and loft, that is named on the current List of Conforming Driver Heads issued by the USGA. Exception: A driver with a clubhead that was manufactured prior to 1999 is exempt from this condition. *PENALTY FOR CARRYING, BUT NOT MAKING STROKE WITH, CLUB OR CLUBS IN BREACH OF CONDITION: Stroke play - Two strokes for each hole at which any breach occurred; maximum penalty per round - Four strokes. *Any club or clubs carried in breach of this condition must be declared out of play by the player to his marker or a fellow-competitor in stroke play immediately upon discovery that a breach has occurred. If the player fails to do so, he is disqualified. PENALTY FOR MAKING STROKE WITH CLUB IN BREACH OF CONDITION: Disqualification.” List of Conforming Golf Balls: On its Web site (http://www.usga.org) the USGA periodically issues a List of Conforming Golf Balls that lists balls that have been tested and found to conform with the Rules of Golf. “The ball the player plays must be named on the current List of Conforming Golf Balls issued by the United States Golf Association. PENALTY FOR BREACH OF CONDITION: Disqualification.”



The Columbus District Golf Association will send $5 per player from The Ohio Golf entry fee to send $5 per Campaign for the new Evans each 2011 Association will the Capitalplayer from each 2013 entry fee to the Capital Campaign Scholar House at the Ohio State Ohio State University. Thehouse, located at 52 East for the new Evans Scholar House at the University. The new new house, located at 52 East 14th Avenue is named the honor of EarlHouse inHamilton.of$5 per player of the 14th Avenue is named the Hamilton House in Hamilton “Bones” honor Earl “Bones” Hamilton. $5 donation for federal income tax purposes. as a entry fee qualifies as a charitable per player of the entry fee qualifies charitable donation for federal income tax purposes.


Evans Scholars Foundation administers the nation’s largest privately Evans Scholars Foundation administers the nation’s largest privately funded college scholarship program. funded college scholarship program. Since Since 1930, young caddies have earned their 1930, over collegethrough through Evans over 8,500 deserving young caddies havecollegetheir 8,500 earned degrees degrees deserving Scholarships. Today, moreToday, more than 820 caddies year as Evans Scholars. The Evans than 820 caddies attend college each attend college Evans Scholarships. Scholarship was founded Scholars. The Evans Scholarship(1890-1979). by each year as Evans by golf great Charles “Chick” Evans Jr. was founded golf great online go “Chick” Evans Jr. (1890-1979). To contribute Charles to: http://www.evansscholarsfoundation.com/

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Columbus Country Club • August 26-28, 2013 Entries close August 15, 2013 4:00 PM Make check payable to “OHIO GOLF ASSOCIATION” and mail to 1570 West First Ave., Columbus, Ohio 43212. I am enclosing: q $450 Member’s fee (One person on team is Memeber of OGA) q $500 Non Member’s fee. PLAYER 1_____________________________ AGE on 8/27/13______ BIRTHDATE________ ADDRESS ______________________________________CITY____________ ZIP_______ PHONE_________________________________ HDCP (index)_______ GHIN #___________ CONTESTANT EMAIL ______________________ OGA Club Name________________________ PLAYER 2_____________________________ AGE on 8/27/13______ BIRTHDATE________ ADDRESS ______________________________________CITY____________ ZIP_______ PHONE_________________________________ HDCP (index)_______ GHIN #___________ CONTESTANT EMAIL ______________________ OGA Club Name________________________

Two Man Best Ball

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