The foursome of David Moeller, Paul Heflin, Eric Marsh, and Heath Warner won the Third Annual Links Technology Cup Golf Outing benefiting the Schaumburg Park Foundation.
The foursome totaled a 53 in the best-ball, scramble format. Tied for second were the foursomes of Gene Faut, Andy Mack, Bob Prihoda and Bill Citron ; and Gail Rohlfing, Kathy Lundeen, Joe Zeman and Ryan Zeman both with 54. The top three foursomes engaged in a two-hole, horse race finish to determine the overall champion. Faut, Mack, Prihoda and Citron were eliminated on the first hole.
Tom Klett won the Woodfield Longest Putt of the Day with a 50-foot, 7-inch putt on hole No. 10. Other Putt of the Day winners included Kent Johnson (#1, 17'4"), Jeff Rasek (#4, 22'10"), Bob Curran (#7, 31'), Dan Farinosi (#8, 23'7"), Dan Farinosi (#16, 29'4") and Steve Yenchek (#18, 25'6").
Closest to the Pin winners were Vince Rubino (#3), Paul Heflin (#6), John Mohan (#14) and Demian March (#17). Heath Warner had the Longest Drive for the men (#9) while Jean Schlinkmann (#15) had the longest for the women. John Sjoholm (#2) and Jim Vasquez (#13) were the winners for Straightest Drive.
The Park Foundation thanks John Barleycorn, Daily Herald, Woodfield Mall, Links Technology and every other sponsor. Current Park Foundation projects include raising funds to renovate the museum at the Spring Valley Nature Center.