FRIESEN & CORNELL CAPTURE PRO-PRO

Columbus, Nebraska – A perfect day for golf at Quail Run G.C. welcomed Nebraska Section PGA Members and PGA Associates to the Cutter & Buck Pro-Pro supported by the PGA TOUR.  Steve Friesen, Director of Instruction at Firethorn G.C. and Judd Cornell, Assistant Men’s Golf Coach for the University of Nebraska – Lincoln tore it up in team best-ball format to post a tournament best of 12-under-par 60.  Friesen got off to a hot start by birding his first two holes and Cornell struggled out of the gate.  However, over the course of their final 12 holes Friesen and Cornell were a staggering 11-under-par in the best-ball format.  Friesen captured low professional honors with a six-under-par 66 and Cornell finished at two-under-par 70 and solo fourth place.  Finishing second place with a solid round of eight-under-par 64 was Billy Keane, PGA of Sioux City C.C. and Sam Jonell, PGA of Miracle Hill Golf & Tennis.  Jonell finished with one of his best rounds of the season with a four-under-par 68.  Rounding out the top three teams at six-under-par 66 was Kevin Drew, PGA and his partner, Kevin Boehler, PGA both of the Field Club; Kyle Schellpeper, PGA of Oak Hills C.C. and his partner, Sean O’Neill, PGA of the Nebraska Section PGA.

 
 
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2018 Wells Fargo Nebraska Open

  

Congratulations to the winner of the 2018 Wells Fargo Nebraska Open, Dan Woltman of Beaver Dam, WI. In dramatic fashion, on his third playoff hole against Brandon Crick of McCook, NE, Woltman holed out for eagle from 107 yards to capture the 27th Wells Fargo Nebraska Open. In the amateur division, George Duangmanee of Fairfax, VA, captured the low amateur title with a 6-under-total 207
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NATIONAL AWARD WINNERS

              
James Sieckmann, PGA Nick Muller, PGA
2018 PGA Teacher of the Year 2018 PGA Merchandiser of the Year Private

 

 

 

 
 
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