Old Hickory Wins The Geiss

By June 29, 2020 2020, Champions, News, winners

Twenty-Nine teams teed it up for this year’s Jack Geiss Two Man Championship at Glen Echo
Country Club. The course was in great shape, and the participants sweated it out on a
hot, sultry June day. The Open Division played from 6461 Yards, while the new Senior
Division played from 6136 Yards.
In the Open Division, we had 18 teams. Old Hickory’s team of Tony Gumper and Adam
Tomicich teamed up to shoot a 7 Under Round of 64. Well done gentlemen.

 

One
stroke back was the team of Mark Kennon and Justin Augenstein from Lake Forest,
with a 6 Under 65, while Norwood’s Pat Britt and Sam Wiles shot 66, winning a
scorecard playoff over Meadowbrook’s Bob Beckman, Steve Shuert, St. Clair’s Tim
Riley and Rob Reidelberger, and the Greenbriar Hills team of Jason Landry and Ted
Moloney.
In the Senior Division featuring 11 teams, Bellerive’s Andy Frost and Brian Lovett took
home the honors, shooting a 5 Under 66.

 

The Sunset CC team of Jim Schuering and
Ken Allgeyer finished second, shooting 67, and won a scorecard playoff over Old
Hickory’s Joe Richardson and Vince Siemer.
Thanks to all the participants. And special thanks to Glen Echo, who graciously found
a revised date for us to have the event, and to Mike Herbig, Head Professional, Nathan
Calcari, District Representative and the rest of the Glen Echo team for hosting a great
event.
Also a “shout out” to the Glen Echo membership, who gave up the course on a busy
Sunday afternoon, for this event.