Month: June 2022

Berg / Pettersen cruise to victory at 12th IGA Women’s Four-Ball Championship

Two new names shined bright at the 12th IGA Women’s Four-Ball Championship at Veenker Memorial Golf Course. Addison Berg and Bella Pettersen (pictured above) cruised to the finish line with confidence levels at an all-time high. 

“We had one person try to make par and one person try to make birdie,” Pettersen said.

Berg commented that trust was the key.

“We had a lot of trust in each other, if I hit a bad drive, she would hit a good one,” Berg said. 

The fierce duo would not be stopped in the final round as they turned their three-shot first round lead into a 12-shot victory. Pettersen carded six total birdies in the final round and Berg tacked on three more.

Erika Holmberg and Tatum Depuydt tied with the side of Anna Jensen and Hannah Bermel for second place at three-over par. Julie Buerman and the 2021 IGA Women’s Player of the Year, Leanne Smith tied with Anna Nacos and Rylie Driskell for fourth place at four-over par. 

The dominating reign continues for Rose Kubesheski and Margene Grady (right) as they made it three titles in a row as they won their sixth career IGA Women’s Four-Ball title. The unstoppable duo was three shots back going into the final four holes and managed to play the final stretch at four-under par. 

“We were down four at the turn and we tried to give it away, but we hung in there,” Grady said.

Late birdies helped too for the duo.

“We made birdie on 16 and 17 and had a nice tap in for par on 18,” Kubesheski said. 

Cindy Morrison and Laura Leszczynski finished in second place with rounds of 77 and 76. Leszczynski made four total birdies in the final round, but the team couldn’t keep up with the six-time champions

Julie Hartman and Nicki Clayton took hold of third place with rounds of 77 and 79 for a 156 total. The Ames duo, Barb Malchow and Mary Howell placed fourth with a 14-over total. Kelly Grimes and Sue Harmon rounded out the top-five with a 160 tally.

This weekend, the IGA is hosting the Father Son and Parent Child Championship at Jester Park Golf Course in Granger. 

Open Division Standings
Addison Berg & Bella Petterson -9 69-68=137
T2. Erika Holmberg & Tatum Depuydt +3 75-74=149
T2. Anna Jensen & Hannah Bermel +3 74-75=149
T4. Anna Nacos & Rylie Driskell +4 75-75=150
T4. Julie Buerman & Leanne Smith +4 75-75=150

Senior Division Standings
1. Margene Grady & Rose Kubesheski +6 76-74=150
2. Cindy Morrison & Laura Leszczynski +9 77-76=153
3. Julie Hartman. & Nicki Clayton +12 77-79=156
4. Barb Malchow & Mary Howell +14 79-79=158
5. Kelly Grimes & Sue Harmon +16 79-81=160

Leaderboard packed at 15th IGA Women’s Four-Ball Championship

It was all smiles after round one of the 12th IGA Women’s Four-Ball. Addison Berg and Bella Pettersen hold a three-shot lead at Veenker Memorial Golf Course in Ames. The conditions were tough, but Berg and Pettersen refused to let that affect their four-under round. 

Anna Nacos and Rylie Driskell find themselves in second place after a one-under round of 72. Nacos and Driskell are not far behind and will look to make a run at Berg and Pettersen in tomorrow’s final round. 

The side of Anna Jensen and Hannah Bermel are in a three-way tie with Lindsay Burry and Tabitha Schumacher and the two-time defending champions, Paige Hoffman and Kylie Carey (pictured above). All three groups sit at one-over par and are only five shots off the lead.

In the Senior Division, the four-time champions, Margene Grady and Rose Kubesheski are on pace for five titles together. The 2021 champions, Grady and Kubesheski will attempt to fend off the side of Cindy Morrison and Laura Leszczynski and Julie Hartman and Nicki Clayton, who are not far behind at five-over par. 

A three-way tie for fourth place rounds out the top-five in the senior division. Barb Malchow and Mary Howell, along with Kelly Grimes and Sue Harmon and the side of Ardrae Parmenter and Noreen Christians all sit t seven-over par, three shots back.

The final round will take place Friday morning.

Open Division Standings
1. Addison Berg & Bella Pettersen -4 69
2. Anna Nacos & Rylie Driskell -1 72
T3. Anna Jensen & Hannah Bermel +1 74
T3. Kylie Carey & Paige Hoffman +1 74
T3. Lindsay Burry & Tabitha Schumacher +1 74

Senior Division Standings
1. Margene Grady & Rose Kubesheski +4 76
T2. Cindy Morrison & Laura Leszczynski +5 77
T2. Julie Hartman. & Nicki Clayton +5 77
T4. Barb Malchow & Mary Howell +7 79
T4. Kelly Grimes & Sue Harmon +7 79
T4. Ardrae Parmenter & Noreen Christians +7 79

2022 Ann Griffel Scholars announced

The Iowa Golf Association (IGA) is excited to announce the 2022 recipients of the Ann Griffel (pictured above right with Jacque Fladoos) Scholarship Award. Nora Carlson, Madison Craig, Alexa Garvin, Amber Henson and Emma Davidson are receiving a one-year scholarship of $2,000.

Since 1963, the Ann Griffel Scholarship Award has been helping students further their education. A total of 253 students have earned the honor of receiving this prestigious scholarship.

Nora Carlson, of Humboldt, is the daughter of Tom and Sara Carlson and will be attending Iowa State University in the fall to study Kinesiology on an Occupational Therapy track.

“To me, the game of golf has meant demonstrating solid time management, strong work ethic and commitment; strengthening my mental toughness; and forming relationships and memories,” Carlson shared. “The game of golf has helped me build strong good habits or virtues. Becoming a better golfer doesn’t happen overnight. For the past eight years, I have worked to use my time wisely and effectively so that I give myself the best opportunity for success.”

Madison Craig, of Solon, is the daughter of Ray and Beth Craig and will be attending Central College in the fall to study Biology on the Pre-Med Track.

“The game of golf has enabled me to further refine my ability to focus and ability to remain calm even in difficult situations on the golf course. These are all important skills that I will be able to use in my future as a college student or working as a doctor,” said Craig. “Golf has been a very enjoyable and rewarding sport for me. I am certain golf will play a vital role in my future, especially as a medical professional. I’m sure there will be many opportunities to make acquaintances or even collaborate with colleagues over a game of golf.”

Amber Henson, of Marshalltown, is the daughter of Mark and Andrea Henson and will be attending Drake University in the fall to study Finance and Data Analytics.

“Golf has been part of my life very early on and over the years has taught me many things,” Henson said. “My dad has always said that ‘the biggest distance in golf is between my ears’. Golf has taught me to control my emotions, think logically, to practice diligently, to move on past adverse situations and most importantly, to acknowledge when others have done well.”

Alexa Garvin, of Wilton, is the daughter of Gregg and Kelly Garvin and will be attending St. Ambrose University in the fall for Nursing. Garvin earned her CNA verification this summer.

“Golf has taught me the importance of patience, critical thinking, determination and controlling my emotions. It allows me to compete as an individual and as part of a team,” Garvin shared. “Golf unifies by bringing people together from all ages, backgrounds, and skill levels. I find a sense of peace from external distractions in my life while on the course.”

Emma Davidson, of Northwood, is the daughter of Ron and Michelle Davidson and will be attending Iowa State University in the fall to double major in Agronomy and Seed Science.

“In sports the toughest competitor anyone faces is themselves,” stated Davidson. “It is hard to stay positive when things are not going the way they should. Through golf I have been able to learn how to stay mentally tough and positive to finish a round to the best of my ability. I am a person who wants results right away, but I have learned it takes time. It took several hours a day to improve my game. I could not give up on myself, I had to keep pushing through. It takes time and hard work to achieve success, so stay patient and stay diligent.”

The Ann Griffel Scholarship Award was established in 1963 as just one $350 scholarship awarded by the Iowa Women’s Golf Association (IWGA). The award has evolved into a $2,000 scholarship awarded to multiple high school senior girls who intend to further their education at an Iowa institution of higher learning, whether it be a college, university or trade school.

The Iowa Golf Association Foundation (IGAF) was established to preserve the game and develop more programs to promote the future of golf in Iowa. The IGAF awards the Ann Griffel Scholarship Award annually. This scholarship was named after the long-time IWGA President, Ann Griffel, who started the Girls’ State Junior, Forever 39 Match Play, State Wife-Husband and the Senior Women’s Championships in her 23-year term.

Peck lights up Carroll CC, wins by one over McCoy

Sunday afternoon at the 2022 Carroll Amateur was a hot one, and the boys from Ankeny did not cool down the temperature. Connor Peck (right) and Nate McCoy were red-hot all weekend, but a four-under back nine in the final round gave Peck the edge over McCoy.

Peck earned his second career Carroll Amateur victory with a three-round total of 200 (72-64-64). He was four shots back going into the second round, where he carded an eight-under 64 to get three shots back on McCoy heading into the final round.

It was all square after McCoy made bogey on the first hole in the final round. After that point, Peck and McCoy battled all afternoon. McCoy had a one-shot lead going into the seventh hole, but Peck’s birdies on seven and nine pushed McCoy to second and Peck caught fire.

With back-to-back birdies on 10 and 11, Peck took a two-shot lead going into the final seven holes. However, McCoy did not back down as he matched Peck’s birdies on holes 13, 14 and 15. McCoy got one back on the 18th where Peck made bogey, but it was not enough to over-come the red-hot Connor Peck.

Spencer Clatt, of Gilbert finished in third place, one shot ahead of the fourth place Hogan Hansen, of Waverly. Kolby Shackelford took fifth place with a 211 total.

Sean Davis knocked off Ron Peterson in a playoff for the Senior Division. Davis fired back-to-back rounds of 70 to push him into a tie with the first-round leader, Peterson. The two competitors went to the second playoff hole where Davis earned the victory.

Jeff Panek, of Johnston, placed third with a 143 two-round total. Carroll’s own Mike Eckerman placed fourth with a 145 tally. Gary Ellis, of Norwalk, rounded out the top-five with a 75 in the first round and a 74 in the final round.

In the Super Senior Division, Carroll’s Jim Madsen won by four shots. Madsen carded a 75 and a 76 for a 151 tally to top Brian Fell, of Ames.

Fell put the pressure on Madsen in the final round. Madsen had a seven-shot lead on Fell, but with a final round 73 Fell was able to cut into that lead.

Tom Schill, of Gowrie, and Mike Ninneman, of Ames, finished in a two-way tie for third place with 156 totals. To finish the top-five, Curt Burns and Dan Trerotola, both from Des Moines, carded 158 totals.

Championship Final Results
1. Connor Peck 72-64-64=200
2. Nate McCoy 68-67-66=201
3. Spencer Clatt 75-64-69=208
4. Hogan Hansen 71-69-69=209
5. Kolby Shackelford 73-68-70=211

Senior Division Results
1. Sean Davis 70-70=140
2. Ron Peterson 68-72=140
3. Jeff Panek 69-74=143
4. Mike Eckerman 69-76=145
5. Gary Ellis 75-74=149

Super Senior Division Results
1. Jim Madsen 75-76=151
2. Brian Fells 82-73=155
T3. Tom Schill 82-74=156
T3. Mike Ninneman 74-82=156
T5. Curt Burns 82-76=158
T5. Dan Trerotola 81-77=158

Buerman wins fourth career Women’s Forever 39 Match Play title

Flight Winners – (From left) Julie Buerman (Championship), Kathy Fortune First Flight), Jane Suiter (Second Flight) and Ardrae Parmenter (Third Flight).

Julie Buerman (above left) claimed the 59th Iowa Women’s Forever 39 Match Play Championship on Thursday afternoon at Pella Golf and Country Club. The road for Buerman was not easy, as she played three of the toughest competitors. 

Buerman’s championship run began after defeating the 2022 Iowa Senior Women’s Amateur champion, Laura Leszczynski, 1 up. She followed it up by de-throning the defending champion and 2021 IGA Women’s Player of the Year, Leanne Smith in the semifinal round. At this point, Buerman looked unstoppable. 

“Nine-hole matches are tough because you have to make a move quick or maintain,” Buerman said. “You just have to hang in there. The nine-hole matches are fast, so if you get down it is hard to get back up.”

The stroke play competition before the matches started seemed to benefit most players, including Buerman. 

“I have not played here before so the stroke play was kind of my practice round,” Buerman said. “The greens out here are small, but they roll well. The course was in great condition.”

In the championship match, Buerman knocked off the 2022 IGA Women’s Mid-Am Series Event #1 champion and the stroke play competition medalist, Fiona Watson, 2&1. Buerman recorded her first win of the season and enjoyed every moment.

“It is hard to win golf tournaments and it is fun to play well,” Buerman said. “There was a great field out here this week, lots of great competition. This is a great tournament; it is a lot of fun to play. Everyone is so friendly, but everyone is so competitive and everyone wants to win. It is just fun to see everybody and be able to play and have a great time.”

In the First Flight Bracket, Kathy Fortune ended up winning over Kelly Grimes in a 14-hole final round match. Fortune defeated Carroll Dethrow, 2&1, and Michelle Klein, 2&1, on her way to the final round.

The No. 7 seeded Jane Suiter secured the victory in the Second Flight Bracket over the No. 1 seeded Julie Hartman. Suiter had to go through Paula Klyn and Jennifer Corkrean to get to the final match, which she won 2 up.

Ardrae Parmenter won the Third Flight Bracket after defeating Ila Gilbert, 3&1. The match was close, until Parmenter closed out Gilbert on the eighth hole. Parmenter beat Becky Schwiete and Donna Vroom on her way to the final round. 

In the championship consolation match, Leanne Smith defeated Janece Schwarzkopf, 2 up. Michelle Klein beat Nicki Clayton in the First Flight Consolation Match, 4&3. In the Second Flight Consolation Match, Jennifer Corkrean topped Noreen Christians in 10 holes while Susan Mitchell knocked off Donna Vroom, 4&2.

Championship Flight Final
Julie Buerman def. Fiona Watson 2&1

First Flight Final
Kathy Fortune def. Kelly Grimes 14 Holes

Second Flight Final
Jane Suiter def. Julie Hartman 2 up

Third Flight Final
Ardae Parmenter def. Ila Gilbert 3&1

Two advance to U.S. Junior Amateur from Otter Creek GC qualifier

Following qualifying out of Otter Creek Golf Course in Ankeny, Nate Stevens (right) and Michael Takacs are headed to Bandon Dunes Golf Resort for the USGA Junior Amateur Championship, July 25-30. Stevens fired an impressive 64 (-7) to earn medalist honors and Takacs conquered a three-person playoff to seal the second qualifying spot.

Stevens, of Northfield, MN, carded a 33 on the front nine with three birdies and he caught fire as he turned to the back nine, recording four-straight birdies on holes 10, 11, 12 and 13. Stevens posted a 31 and took medalist honors by five shots.

“I hit driver on all the par fours and fives, it was pretty open” Stevens said. “I was expecting the wind to blow a little more to toughen it up a little, but it didn’t. I was able to free-wheel it a little and hit driver everywhere so that was nice.”

Even with a rain delay pausing his red-hot round, Stevens did not let that affect him. He made pars on 17 and 18 to secure the win and his spot in the 2022 USGA Junior Amateur Championship.

“I just finished up on 16 (prior to the delay) and I was the only guy in my group to finish it before the delay,” Stevens said . “When we got back out there, I just took a couple practice swings and just belted a driver on 17. Every bone in my back cracked, but we made it through.”

Takacs (left), of Iowa City, began his round with a clean 35 that included a birdie on the 8th hole. As the round went on, Takacs continued to stay at one-under par, but he knew he needed to snag another birdie.

“I thought four-under par was going to do it,” Takacs said. “I was just thinking when you make a birdie you have to make another one. You can’t be satisfied with one birdie.”

On the 18th hole, Takacs made birdie to get him to two-under par right before the horn blew for the delay. This birdie pushed Takacs into a playoff with Davis Wotnosky, of Wake Forest, NC, and Brock Snyder, of Ames.

“I finished right as they were blowing the horn.,” Takacs said. “I had a long wait for everyone to finish and also the thunderstorm to clear through. I wanted to keep the ball in play during the playoff and just give myself a chance.”

That he did, Takacs made a four-foot tester to save par and earn the second qualifying spot on the first playoff hole.

Wotnosky was able to take the 1st Alternate honors with a bogey on the first playoff. Snyder earned 2nd Alternate honors.

Nate Stevens – 64

Michael Takacs – 69

1st Alternate
Davis Wotnosky – 69

2nd Alternate
Brock Snyder – 69

Ruthey charges back in final round, wins 2022 Southeast Iowa Amateur

Port Byron’s Anthony Ruthey (above left with PGA Professional Darin Fisher) completed an impressive comeback to win the 2022 Southeast Iowa Amateur, held at The Preserve on Rathbun Lake in Moravia. Ruthey defeated the first-round leader, Dylan Ellis, of Parkersburg, in a playoff to win the tournament.

On day one, Ruthey tallied 15 pars to go along with two birdies and one bogey. He began the second round seven shots back of Ellis after posting his first-round score of 71.

With a pair of birdies to start round two, Ruthey started to catch fire. He carded a two-under 34 on the front nine and followed it up with three-under 33 on the back. Ruthey’s second round 67 was just enough to sneak into a playoff with Ellis and ultimately win the tournament.

Ellis went low in the first round, firing an eight-under 64 that included two eagles on hole two and 14. On the front nine, Ellis recorded a six-under 30 and started to pull away from the field. A couple bogeys on day two and a low round by Ruthey placed Ellis in a playoff.

J.D. Anderson, of Johnston, earned his fourth top-five finish this season after placing third with a 141 (70-71) total. Pella’s William Simpson finished in fourth place, one shot ahead of a tie for second between Cale Leonard, of Ottumwa, and Jay Gregory, of Lineville.

In the Senior Division, Tony Newkirk (right) of Des Moines won by two shots over Dave Gaer. Newkirk carded a 68 in the first round and posted a 73 in the second to finish at three-under par for the weekend.

Down five going into the final round, Gaer cut Newkirk’s lead down to one, but a bogey on the 18th gave Newkirk a two-shot victory.

Bill Corrick, of Fairfield, and Albia’s Joe Bates finished in a tie for third place. The recent IGA Senior Match Play Champion, Jeff Collett tied with Legrand’s Troy Underhill for fifth place.

Pat Ryan, of Marshalltown, won the Super Senior Division by four shots over Bruce Neeley of Independence. Ryan was down one going into the final round, where he fired a two-under 70 to overtake the lead.

Jim Campbell, of Albia, finished in third place at six-over par. He was two shots ahead of Kevin Halbmaier who held on to fourth place. David Studer, of West Des Moines, rounded out the top-five with a 154 (78-76) total.

Open Division
1. Anthony Ruthey 71-67-138 *Won Playoff*
2. Dylan Ellis 64-74-138
3. J.D. Anderson 70-71-141
4. William Simpson 72-70-142
T5. Cale Leonard 74-69-143
T5. Jay Gregory 70-73-143

Senior Division
1. Tony Newkirk 68-73-141
2. Dave Gaer 73-70-143
T3. Bill Corrick 74-73-147
T3. Joe Bates 72-75-147
T5. Troy Underhill 74-74-148
T5. Jeff Collett 74-74-148

Super Senior Division
1. Pat Ryan 75-70-145
2. Bruce Neeley 74-75-149
3. Jim Campbell 77-73-150
4. Kevin Halbmaier 78-74-152
5. David Studer 78-76-154

Watson wins Women’s Mid-Am Series Event #1, Clayton takes Net Division

Fiona Watson (left), of Des Moines, began her 2022 season on the right track with a playoff victory at the IGA Women’s Mid-Am Series Event #1 held at Irv Warren Golf Course in Waterloo. Watson tied the Waterloo native, Lindsay Burry with a 51-point total (Stableford scoring format). The two competitors went into a playoff that lasted four holes before Watson was crowned champion.

Watson posted a 75 on the day with a 34 on the front nine that included three birdies in her first six holes. She took advantage of the par fives by playing them at two-under par. 

Defending champion, Tabitha Schumacher finished in third place. Schumacher recorded 50 points and was one point away from making it a three-person playoff. Kelly Nelson, of Waterloo, and Tish Boothe, of Des Moines, rounded out the top-five with scores of 49. 

Urbandale’s Nicki Clayton (right) brought home the Net Division trophy with a 55-point tally. Clayton stayed one point ahead of the second-place finishers, Kathy Fortune and Carroll Dethrow. Lindsay Burry and Kelly Nelson tied for fourth place in the Net Division. 


Mid-Am Gross Division
1. Fiona Watson 51 *Won Playoff*
2. Lindsay Burry 51
3. Tabitha Schumacher 50
T4. Kelly Nelson 49
T4. Tish Boothe 49

Mid-Am Net Division
Nicki Clayton 55
T2. Kathy Fortune 54
T2. Carroll Dethrow 54
T4. Lindsay Burry 53
T4. Kelly Nelson 53


Collett wins 20th IGA Senior Match Play title, Norton takes Super Senior bracket

It was a revenge tour for this year’s IGA Senior and Super Senior Match Play champions. Jeff Collett prevailed in the Senior Division, earning his first IGA (Senior Division) victory. On the Super Senior side of the bracket, Tom Norton was unbeatable, winning his first career event as well.

Collett’s road to the final match was not easy – with many of the top seniors standing in his way, Collett focused on one match at a time.

“It was pretty difficult, considering I had to play Curtis Holck in the first match,” Collett said. “He is one of the best seniors around, so I knew that it was going to be a long tournament. I barely got through him and I barely got through Jay (Slings). It was survive and advance for me, it was a grind.”

New to the Senior Division, Collett had been looking for his first breakthrough. Collett has always been competitive, but with many high finishes he knew a win was due. 

“I have been close,” Collett said. “I was second in the Mid-Amateur the last two years and second in the four-ball last year. I have always thought I needed to do something just to get over the hump, and I think it was my putting that was going to get me over the hump just to start winning.”

Putting and strength stood out this week for Collett. In the championship match, Collett faced off against a former IGA Senior Match Play champion, Ron Peterson, who gave Collett high praise for his short game.

“I’d say we have kind of similar games for as old as we are,” Peterson laughed. “We still have enough speed and we hit it farther than most of the players we face, so I would say that is a strength of his game, not just off the tee with driver, but it helps out of the rough with irons. He also had a lot of really nice short game moments.”

Peterson completed one of the most challenging feats out of anyone. In his quarterfinal match, Peterson knocked off the 2021 IGA Senior Player of the Year, Joe Palmer. Since Palmer’s victory at the 2021 IGA Senior Match Play, he has recorded 14-straight match play wins, including a win against Collett last year.

“Someone like Joe, a player of his caliber you have to have your best and fortunately I did,” Peterson said. “That mentality started with my win against a good friend of mine, Chris Kramer. That mentality continued into my match with Joe.”

The championship match between Collett and Peterson was tied through the first four holes. Collett proceeded to fire back-to-back birdies on five and six to go 2 up in the match. Peterson threw in a birdie on nine to start the back nine one down. 

Collett would not let his lead slip away. He carded an eagle on the 10th hole to take back his two-hole lead. Not long after, Collett won the 12th hole to go 3 up in the match. Peterson got one back on the 13th, but Collett was too comfortable and closed the match out 3&2. 

On the Super Senior side, Tom Norton (above) grabbed his first win on the IGA circuit as he took down Tom Schill in the championship round. Norton was the IGA Senior Match Play runner-up twice to Iowa Golf Hall of Famer Gene Elliott and the five-time IGA Senior Match Play Champion, Palmer. 

“Winning this tournament feels really good,” said Norton. “I think the golf course suits me, I have always liked this golf course and I have played good here. The course is in great shape and the greens are in great shape and fairly fast.”

Norton praised Schill as a strong competitor who would not back down. That showed in the final round as Schill was down three holes early in the match, but brought it back to one down going into the 11th hole. 

“Playing someone like Tom is a grind; you know you can’t hit any bad shots,” Norton said. “Fortunately, I rolled in a few putts on him today, but he played really well and he is a great competitor.”

Norton wrapped up the match with a conceded birdie on the 17th hole and the two competitors shook hands as their road came to an end. Schill left with great sportsmanship and a chip on his shoulder for next year and Norton headed home as a winner for the first time. 

IGA Senior Match Play Champion
Jeff Collett def. Ron Peterson 3&2

IGA Super Senior Match Play Champion
Tom Norton def. Tom Schill 3&1

President’s Bracket Champion
John Justus def. Tim McKnight 5&3

Several with Iowa ties chase U.S. Open dream

The challenge of qualifying for the U.S. Open awaits several players as they compete in the final U.S. Open qualifying round. The players named below are attempting to qualify for the 122nd U.S. Open to be played at The Country Club in Brookline, Mass. on June 16-19. Final qualifying results and links are listed below.

Rockville, Md. Woodmont Country Club
Chris Baker, Iowa State University Graduate
Charles Jahn, University of Iowa Graduate

Jupiter, Fl. – The Club at Admiral’s Cove
Gene Elliott, Norwalk

Columbus, Ohio – Wedgewood Golf and Country Club / Kinsale Golf and Fitness Club
Sean McCarty, Solon
Jack Lundin, Sioux Falls, SD. (Qualified at Blue Top Ridge in May)
Alex Schaake, University of Iowa Graduate
Tommy Vining, Ankeny

Springfield, Ohio – Springfield Country Club
Troy Merritt, Osage (born)
Timothy Lim, Drake University
Mac McClear, University of Iowa
Carson Schaake, University of Iowa Graduate
Connor Peck, Ankeny!&tab=results

Bend, Oregon – Pronghorn
Jeff Swegle, West Des Moines!&tab=results

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