It’s been a while to report as the reporters were still boycotting the fact that there wasn’t one birdie on the 6th hole. That hole is way to tough! However, we are back, and happy to report that Silver Lake’s Danny Reddy and Richie Quinn had the easiest time of the toughest day in golf. A sizzling net 60 as they won by 2 shots over Gary Benedict/Jimmy Semerad & The Schwab’s. TJ Polk/Woodsie Iacobellis finished 4th with net 63. Bryan Larsen/ Mike Ryan came in 5th with a 64. Finishing T6 was Tom Mallen/Joe Tuite & Louis Cantelmo/John Quinn. Seems the Lake and South Shore dominated this event. The course was setup fair by the Tournament Director Vin DiCrescento (That’s why there were so many left pins). It was a great day as most stayed to hangout while the numbers were being crunched.
A special thanks to Doug Johnstone and his staff for getting the course ready for action. Thank You to the food staff Mary and Sean as they had everything covered and the food was perfect. Rodney bought the whole tournament a Johnny Black so if you didn’t get yours, stop in and get yours on the rocks.
The weather has been decent. The Lakers always have a Sunday Game. See Sizza/Schwab Jr/Artie Fern regarding Saturday action. As of this press release, Saturday will be 50 and it’s your last chance to make an ace in 2019.
Hopefully you all enjoyed the 2019 Season. Special Shouts out to Michael Young, Jack Kinlock, Brent Fredericksen, Mike Marotta, who won our Majors and all of the Club Champions. Club action needs to grow to keep this going.
Thank You to all that make this happen for the guys. Dan Pizzuto the SIGA President and his committee. VP Jim Fareri Jr., Secretary Rodney Stilwell, Treasurer Matt Zuntag, The Club Presidents, Eric Delin, Derek Diesso, Vin DiCrescento, along with John Gutzeit and Vin Innocente, have all the bases covered. Also Doug Johnstone/Chris Faglar/Mike Gutierrez help us out weekly and all year. Next year there will be some new faces, but the same goal. Lets have fun while competing with some friends in an organized fashion.
Have a Very Merry Christmas, A Happy Hanukkah, and a Happy Festivus to Ken Quinn.
Happy New Year as well – It’s hopefully Sunny in 2020!
Next Up – Winter Meetings and Hot Stove reports
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