Onalaska's Weber sixth in Mid-Amateur Championship

SHEBOYGAN, WI - Joe Weber of Onalaska led eight La Crosse area players in the first round of the Wisconsin State Golf Association Mid-Amateur Championship at Pine Hills Country Club in Sheboygan, WI, on Monday.
Weber posted a 3-over par 74 for a share of sixth place. Jim Doing of Verona tops the scoreboard with a sizzling 67 heading into today's final round.
Trempealeau's Jake Dunn is tied for 15th place with 76. Scott Skogen shot 80 for a share of 42nd place, while Michael Drugan's 81 shares 49th place. Marcu Williamson of Onalaska and Greg Johnson of Black River Falls carded 82 for a tie for 57th place, La Crosse's Bill Feehan, Jr., managed 85 for a tie for 81st place and Onalaska's Montana Stewart was at 86 for a share of 84th place.

Holmen's Williamson 9th in WSGA Senior Amateur Championship

ONEIDA, WI - Paul Williamson, the all-time winner of the La Crosse County Amateur Golf Championships with seven titles, finished in a tie for ninth place in the annual Wisconsin State Golf Association Seniors Amateur Championship on Tuesday.
Williamson (pictured), from Holmen, was tied for first place with a 3-under par 69 at Thornberry Creek at Oneida in Oneida, WI, on Monday. He posted 78 on Tuesday for a 147 total in the 55-64 age gross division in the 36-hole event.
Greg Johnson of Black River Falls finished in a tie for 19th place with 77-73-150, while Tom Wilson of La Crescent, MN, shared 30th place with 76-79-155. Holmen's Michael Drugan shot 85-74-159 for a share of 45th place, while Onalaska's Rick Stewart finished with 82-78-160 and a tie for 48th place.
In the age 65-69 Super Seniors low gross division, Tom Dobbe of Viroqua finished 31st with 86-97-183.

Jake Dunn wins TRGA Championship

ONALASKA, WI - Jake Dunn captured the annual Three Rivers Golf Association VPP Group/Big Sky Cattle Championship at The La Crosse Country Club on Sunday.
Dunn was in control from the start of the 36-hole event, shooting a 2-under par 69 at Forest Hills Golf Course in La Crosse on Saturday. Dunn followed with a 3-over 75 on Sunday for a 144 total and four-stroke victory over runner-up Tom McClintock with 73-75 -- 148. Derek Iverson was a distant third with 76-78 -- 154.
Tom Evenson won the First Flight title with 73-80 -- 153, while the Second Flight crown went to Mark Werner with 80-88 -- 168. Kevin Drewiske captured the Third Flight title with 84-78 -- 162, while Larry Shingleton won the Men's Gold Flight with a low net 90-88 -- 178.
Krista Drewiske won the Women's Flighted title with a low net 155 after carding 84-91 -- 176 low gross total.


At The La Crosse Country Club
In Onalaska, WI
Aug. 25-26, results

Men's Championship     
Dunn, Jake 69-75 144
McClintock, Tom 73-75 148
Iverson, Derek 76-78 154
Dobbe, Troy 76-81 157      
Miller, Mark 76-82 158     
Drugan, Michael 80-83 163      
Stees, Matt 79-85 164          
Dunnum, Jeff 84-85 169          

Men's First Flight     
Evenson, Tom 73-80 153
Lindseth, Bruce 71-84 155
Schultz, Trevor 76-82 158
Stewart, Rick 80-79 159     
Hoehn, Matt 83-79 162     
Loomis, Joe 79-83 162     
Pigorsch, Jeff 78-84 162     
Olson, Randy 82-81 163     
Gault, Mitch 79-85 164          
Hageness, Doug 82-84 166      
Darwin, Tim 80-86 166          
Feehan, Bill 79-90 169          
Servais, Jonathan 88-89 177         
Friedl, Tony 91-98 189     

Men's Second Flight     
Werner, Mark 80-88 168     
Amann, Brandon 76-93 169
Shimshak, Jeremiah 85-90 175
Schoen, Robert 80-97 177     
Blank, Randy 89-90 179     
Jacobson, Monte 91-90 181     
Ewing, Michael 90-91 181     
Peterson, Tim 90-92 182          
Huegel, Mike 93-90 183          
Osgood, Jeff 91-94 185     
Bork, Damian 94-92 186
Roers, Bob 93-94 187     
Deetz, David 89-101 190     

Men's Third Flight     
Drewiske, Kevin 84-78 162     
Hunter, Joe 81-93 174     
Miller, Jeff 85-94 179     
Sciborski, Bob 88-96 184     
Berg, Bjorn 91-95 186     
Hackworth, Scott 91-95 186     
Luethe, Josh 89-99 188          
Cagle, Bob 92-98 190         
Davis, Marvin 87-103 190     
Kleifgen, Nick 93-98 191
Breeden, Dan 99-96 195     
Beerkircher, Kory 98-98 196
Schroeder, Jeff 93-105 198         
Crogan, Steve 97-103 200     

Men's Gold Flight
Shingleton, Larry 90-88 178     
Puestow, Ronald 91-94 185     
Kelly, Jim 91-98 189     
Gora, Marty 97-95 192
Fairey, Dave 95-100 195          
Fortin, Mike 98-99 197          
DeYoe, Michael 91-106 197         
Cram, Roger 99-101 200     
Wall, Richard 97-104 201     
Loken, Van 116-111 227     

Women's Flighted     
Drewiske, Krista 84-92 176 155     
Ziegelbauer, Terry 100-90 190 157      
Baus, Cathi     91-103 194 167          

Forest Hills offering Labor Day weekend special

Forest Hills Golf Course in La Crosse continues to roll out its specials.
Try this - 18 holes of golf with cart for $40, plus tax before 2 p.m., from Sept. 1-3. However, the rate drops to $35, plus tax after 2 p.m.
Golfers may also support Folds of Honor with an Odyssey putter giveaway and the 50/50 closest to the pin contest.
For more information or to book a tee time, call 608-779-4653.

Kaiser ties for 18th in Wisconsin State Open

MENASHA, WI - Professional Jeffrey Kaiser, formerly of Onalaska, finished in a tie for 18th place in the 98th annual Morgan Stanley Wisconsin State Open.
Kaiser (pictured), a former Onalaska High School and University of Wisconsin golf standout now living in Verona, shot 68 and 72 on Wednesday to go with 73 and 72 earlier in the week for a 5-over par 285 total at North Shore Golf Club in Menasha.
Holmen's Keegan Drugan finished with a pair of 74s for a 287 total and a tie for 21st place.
Meanwhile, Dan Woltman won his third Wisconsin State Open - his first as a professional.
“A win’s a win,” Woltman said. “It doesn’t matter where you’re playing. I’ve had a lot of close chances in this tournament in the last seven or eight years and it’s been frustrating to not close the door. I was in position a lot of times, and I was in position today, and I just wanted to get off to a good start, which I did.”
Woltman, 31, who lives in Sun Prairie, finished at 7-under-par 273 for a five-stroke victory and first-place $10,000 check. He closed with 69 and 67 on Wednesday.
Garrett Loomis, a newly turned professional from River Falls, finished in second place with 278.
The 2019 Wisconsin State Open Championship is scheduled at Geneva National Golf Club in the Lake Geneva area.