Results | Tournaments

See below for all of the Tournament results as the season progresses. Click on the specific event below to view the detailed results. Winnings for the Tournament events will be cash payouts. Gift certificates from Eagle Creek Golf Club will also be given to winning players and teams.


Tournament #4 | August 29 | Pines Course | Pro Ball / One Ball (Net)

  • The team of Tom Dragstrem, Phil O’Bryan and Jim McLaughlin team up to post the only double digit under par score of the event (-10) to become the Tournament #4 Champions.  Both Dragstrem (76) and McLaughlin (77) put up impressive scores to anchor the team effort.
  • Second place honors went to the team of Vito Ortiz, Bryan Gaddis and Mike Zunk at -8.  Ortiz posted a gross score of 75 to win medalist honors for the event.
  • Third place went to the team of Todd Brittingham, Greg Greene and Mark Fine who won the first hole tiebreaker over the team of Bob Weller, Ric Wilson and Al Schulze.  Both teams were -5.
  • Net medalist honors went to Don Groth and Al Schulze.  Both players posted an impressive Net score of 67.



Tournament #3 | July 17 | Sycamore Course | Individual Stroke Play

  • Justin Northrup with his steady play and solid round of Par (71) beat out Jason Andrews (72) by one stroke to become the Tournament #3 Gross Champion. Northrup matched one birdie with only one bogey during play to stay consistent for the victory.  Andrews was in control and cruising to a one under round until he was derailed with a double bogey on the Par 5 14th, ending his chances at the title and finishing second.
  • Rounding out the Gross Division, third place honors went to Brent Inman with a score of 74 (+3) while Bryan Gaddis finished in 4th position with 78. 
  • In the Net Division, Tom Dragstrem posted a solid Net round of 68 (75 Gross), becoming the Tournament #3 Net Champion. Dragstrem poured in two birdies during his round to win by 2 strokes over second place finisher Mark Fine who posted a Net 70. Third place went to Ric Wilson at Net 71 and Al Schulze was able to slide into the 4th place position at Net 72.


Tournament #2 | June 12 | Pines Course | Two Man Best Ball (Net)

  • Jason Andrews and ECMC rookie Jake Rardin posted an impressive team score of -15 for the Tournament #2 title. Andrews and Rardin paired up well, with Rardin posting his ECMC best round of 88 (64 Net) while Andrews put up a solid round of Par (72) with four birdies from the Blue Tees. Both player earned Gross and Net medalist honors with their solid play.
  • Second place honors went to the team of Bob Shank and Frank Mansell at -11.  Shank and Mansell were neck and neck with the Andrews/Rardin team through 12 holes and were still able to finish with an impressive double digit under par score.
  • Third place went to the team of Rick Draher and Bill Parliament at -8.  Rick anchored the team with a career best round of 73, putting up 3 birdies to support the cause.
  • Rounding out the podium was the team of Bryan Gaddis and Al Schulze.  Bryan and Al finished at -7 in the fourth place position.


Tournament #1 | May 22 | Sycamore Course | Individual Stroke Play

  • Jason Andrews and newcomer, Derek Gauthier needed the first hole tiebreaker to determine the winner in the first Tournament of the ECMC season.  Both Andrews and Gauthier posted rounds of 72 (+1) through 18 holes. Gauthier got off to a groggy start with a front nine 40, but woke up on the back nine by making three birdies and shooting 32.  Andrews counteracted double bogies on #9 and #18 with 5 birdies throughout the round. The most important birdie came on hole #15, giving him the tiebreaker and the overall victory.
  • Second place honors went to Vito Ortiz as Derek Gauthier placed first in the Net Division.  Ortiz posted a score of 74 (+3). Third and Fourth Place Gross spots were also decided by a first hole tiebreaker.  Jerry Zumer and Brent Inman both posted scores of 76 (+5) but Zumer was able to prevail, taking third place honors while Brent Inman placed forth.
  • In the Net Division, Derek Gauthier captured the victory with his great back nine play, posting a Net 67 (-4) and winning by two strokes. Mark Fine and Gary Walton battled it out for second place honors, which was determined by another first hole tiebreaker.  Both players shot Net 69 (-2) but Fine was able to beat Walton by one stroke on #15 to take second place.  Fourth place honors went to Mike Milner with a Net 70 (-1).