|Brian Burke of Links Technology holds the Links Technology Cup and poses with the winners of the annual event. Pictured are (from left) Matt Sudaz, Dave Moeller, Brian Burke, Ann Jenkins and Steve Tolzien.|
The foursome of Ann Jenkins, Matt Sudaz, Dave Moeller and Steve Tolzien won the Second Annual Links Technology Cup Golf Outing benefiting the Schaumburg Park Foundation after engaging in a chip-off following a tie of the horse race finish. For Jenkins, Moeller and Tolzien, it was their second straight championship.
The foursome totaled a 53 in the best-ball, scramble format. Finishing second was the foursome of Gene Faut, Andy Mack, Bob Prihoda and Bill Citron with a 54; followed by Jim Burke, Bob VanValkenburg, Gary Kravis and Dan Smith with a 56. The top three foursomes engaged in a two-hole, horse race finish to determine the overall champion. Burke, VanValkenburg, Kravis and Smith were eliminated on the first hole.
Jeff Templeton won the Woodfield Longest Putt of the Day with a 35-foot, 1-inch putt on hole No. 10. Other Putt of the Day winners included Jack Bishop (#1, 29'9"), Gary Swanson (#4, 30'3"), Gary Broering (#7, 18'9"), Keith Rojek (#8, 21'7"), Dave Moeller (#16, 21'5") and Marv Stammer (#18, 19'10").
Closest to the Pin winners were Greg Ferrell (#3), Matt Suda (#6), Mike Daniels (#14) and Bill Citron (#17). Andy Mack had the Longest Drive for the men (#9) while Jean Schlinkmann (#15) had the longest for the women. John Mohan (#2) and Mary Downs (#13) were the winners for Straightest Drive.
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