Results | Weekly Events

See below for all of the weekly event results as the season progresses. Click on the specific event below to view the detailed results.

Off-Season Event Results

Off-Season Events



  • The team of Vito Ortiz, Tom Dragstrem, Todd Brittingham, and Mike Zielinski dominated all three segments of the event for the sweep victory in the Final Outing of 2022. The team combined for 13 birdies and 2 eagles with Ortiz capping off an incredible 2022 with a score of 69 (-2). Dragstrem put up a solid round of 72 (+1) while Brittingham and Zielinski impressed with rounds of 75.

  • The team of Tom Dragstrem, Dave Riley, Bob Weller and Ric Wilson endured the most as they were able place first in all three six hole segments, winning the first (-4) and last (6) six hole segments outright.
  • The team of Rich Risotti, Greg Greene, Gary Walton and Mike Zielinski were able to match -6 on the middle six hole segment for a portion of the win.

  • The team of Justin Northrup, Bryan Gaddis and Jake Rardin combine for 13 Net Birdies and average 2.67 Net Birdies on the Front Nine for the victory. Northrup (73) and Gaddis also combined for 6 birdies to anchor the team.
  • The team of Tom Dragstrem, Bob Weller, Ric Wilson and Ryan Willman took the back nine with an average of 2.50 Net Birdies. Ryan Willman carried the team with 12 overall Net Birdies while posting is personal best ECMC round of the season of 82 (Net 60) from the Blue Tees.

  • Vito Ortiz continues his late season dominance with another solid round of 73 while taking 1st place on the total 18 (+4) and last 12 hole segment (+3) along with 3rd place on the last 6 hole segment.
  • Justin Northrup posted a round of 77 with a tie on the total 18 with Ortiz at +4 and a tie for 2nd on the 12 hole segment at +1.
  • Bob Shank put up a score of 78, placing 3rd on the total 18 (+3), 2nd on the 12 hole segment (+1) and 1st on the last 6 hole segment at +2.

  • The team of Joe Belser, Bob Weller, Ric Wilson, and Ryan Willman won the 1st and last six hole segments at -5 and +8.
  • The team of Vito Ortiz, Todd Brittingham, Mike Zielinski, and Todd Hunter won the middle six hole segment at +1.

  • On the 20th Anniversary of the Challenge at Rock Hollow, the Sunrise Tour once again dominates the event winning 5 1/2 matched to 1/2 match over the ECMC.
  • The Sunrise Tour was lead by two teams that matched their point totals. The team of Kevin Shaw and Craig Eggers and the team of Wes Russell and Keith Byars both posted team scores of Even giving them the tie for 1st place overall.
  • The bright spot for the ECMC was the team of Vito Ortiz and Chris Miller. Ortiz anchored the team with an impressive score of 73 (+1) for the low round of the day. Ortiz and Miller posted -2 along with the team of Bobby Likens and Dave Stopcyznski for a 3rd place tie overall.

  • The team of Bryan Gaddis, Greg Green and Gary Walton take the front nine segment with a score of -6. The back nine segment was tied by two teams at -6. Vito Ortiz posted another impressive round, anchoring his team with a score of 73 (+1) for the day.
  • The 2022 Season Long Match Play Championship Match was determined as Greg Greene defeated Gary Walton 4&3 while Bob Shank beat Mark Fine 1 UP in the semi-finals of the event.

  • Two teams tied for the 1st place victory with a score of -9. Joe Belser and Brian Farley used 5 total birdies and 4 from Belser to reach -9. Greg Greene and Todd Hunter paired up to also reach -9 with Greene anchoring the team with a round of 73.
  • Third place honors were also split between two teams. Tom Dragstrem and Bob Shank used Shank’s three birdies to post -7, while Rich Risotti posted a round of 78 and used the help of a blind draw to match -7.

  • The team of Vito Ortiz, Bryan Gaddis, Dale Willman and Ryan Willman post -3 on the front nine and -2 on the back nine, winning the front nine by one stroke and tying the back nine with the team of Joe Belser, Kevin Fath, Ric Wilson and Mike Zunk.

  • The team of Joe Belser, Tom Dragstrem, Gary Walton and Mike Zunk accumulate a total of 110 points to take the 1st place victory on the final day of the Labor Day Weekend Golf-A-Rama.
  • Second place went to the team of Rich Risotti, Derek Gauthier and Bob Shank with a point total of 107.
  • In the final round of the Golf-A-Rama Individual Stroke Play Championship, Jason Andrews was able to back up his impressive round on Sunday with another solid round of 72 (+1). Andrews finished with a total of -2 and became the Gross Division Champion.
  • Justin Northrup was able to post two early solid rounds to dominate the Net Division Championship at -7. Dale Willman followed up a round 2 net 67 with a third round 73 to take 2nd place Net Division honors at -3.

Golf-A-Rama Individual Championship Results


  • On day 2 of the Labor Day Weekend Golf-A-Rama, there was a three way tie for the front nine segment with three teams posting a score of -7.
  • The back nine segment win went to the team of Justin Northrup, Derek Gauthier, Kevin Fath and Dale Willman with a solid score of -12.
  • Things are heating up after Round 2 of the Golf-A-Rama Individual Stroke Play Championship. On “moving day” there were plenty of players posting rounds in the 70s to put pressure on the day one leader, Justin Northrup. Jason Andrews woke up after a horrible day one with a sub par round of 70 (-2) on day two. Andrews, Ortiz, Dragstrem are in striking distance of Northrup with one round to play.
  • The Net division is also getting tighter as Dale Willman posted an impressive Net 67 to move into 2nd place after day 2, still six stroke behind leader Justin Northrup at -7.
  • Much to be decided on Monday’s final round in both Gross and Net divisions.

  • Justin Northrup opened the Labor Day Weekend Golf-A-Rama with a superb Day 1 round of Par 71 with four (4) birdies to lead his team to a 1st place tie (3 teams) on 3rd six hole segment. Northrup takes the early lead in the Individual Stroke Play Championship with a comfortable six stroke lead.
  • Northrup leads the Net Division of the Golf-A-Rama Individual Stroke Play Championship as well with a Net score of 65. Five strokes back at 70 are Bob Shank and Doug Pedigo.
  • The first six hole segment went to the team of Tom Dragstrem, Al Schulze and Jake Rardin with the team hitting their point total.
  • The second six hole segment went to the team of Jason Andrews, Bryan Gaddis, Bob Shank and Don Groth with the team hitting their point total exactly for the six holes.

  • The team of Jason Andrews, Tom Dragstrem, Bryan Gaddis, and Todd Hunter rode the great play of Dragstrem winning the 12 hole(+7) and 6 hole (+1) segments. Dragstrem posted a solid round of Even Par 71 throwing in three birdies. Todd Hunter also impressed with two birdies to help the cause.
  • The team of Greg Greene, Mike Zunk and newcomer, Doug Hill went out strong on the first 6 holes and were able to hold on the the 18 hole segment victory at +4.

  • Jerry Zumer utilized his tee selection strategy extremely well by posted an exceptional round of 70 (-2) for the event. Zumer’s great play allowed him to place in each of the three 6 hole segments. He took 1st place outright on the first segment at +3, tied for 1st on the second segment with Joe Belser at +7, and tied for 2nd place on the third hole segment with Doug Pedigo and Justin Northrup at +6.
  • Troy Mason put his final six holes together for the 1st place win in the final six hole segment. Mason went two under Par during the stretch and posted +10.

  • The team of Vito Ortiz and Dale Willman take two of the three six hole competitions with a +3 and +9 on the first and second six hole segments. Second place on the first six hole segment went to the team of Bryan Gaddis/Bob Shank and Rich Risotti/Jerry Zumer who tied at +1. Justin Northrup and Doug Pedigo took second place on the middle six hole segment at +3.
  • Joe Belser played with a Blind Draw to win the last six hole segment at +3. Second place on the last six holes went to Tom Dragstrem and Mark Fine at +1.

  • The team of Tom Dragstrem, Mark Fine, and Doug Pedigo were the only team to exceed their point goal (+1) to take home the win.
  • Coming in a close second was the team of Vito Ortiz, Gary Walton and Mike Zunk at -1.
  • Third place honors went to the team of Greg Greene, Jerry Zumer and newcomers Ryan and Dale Willman at -12.

  • The team of Justin Northrup, Tom Dragstrem, Gary Walton and Mike Zunk posted a total of 112 points for the first place victory, clearing the 2nd place team by 8 points.
  • Second place honors went to the team of Derek Gauthier, Bryan Gaddis, Brian Farley and Curt Wilson at 104 point.
  • Seven points back from 2nd place was the team of Brent Inman, Ric Wilson, Bob Weller and Kevin Compton at 97 points.

  • In the Independence Day Weekend Extravaganza finale, two teams deadlocked for the Front Nine victory. The team of Dave Riley, Joe Belser, Greg Greene, and Mike Zielinski matched scores with the team of Vito Ortiz, Rich Risotti, Bob Shank and Jake Rardin at -5.
  • The Back Nine went to three teams at -6. Joe Belser assisted his team on both Nines with an ECMC personal best 73 (+1) for the low gross round of the day.
  • There was no change to the top spots in the Extravaganza Individual Championship on Day 4. Jason Andrews hung onto the Gross Division with his day one round of 71 and 77 on day two. Mike Zielinski dominated the Net Division with a two day total of -12. Zielinski put the tournament away on “moving day” with the low net score of the season (62) and followed up with a three under 69 on Monday to run away with the Net title.

Extravaganza Individual Championship Results


  • Two teams accomplished double digits on each of the Nine Hole Competitions in the third event of the Independence Day Weekend Extravaganza. The Front Nine went to the team of Vito Ortiz, Todd Brittingham, Bob Shank and Doug Pedigo at -10. On the Back Nine, the team of Bryan Gaddis, Kevin Fath, Mark Fine and Mike Zielinski posted -11 for the victory.
  • Through three rounds of the Extravaganza Individual Championship the field is solidified with plenty to be determined in the final round on Monday. There was no change at the top of the Gross Division Leaderboard as Jason Andrews still holds a four stroke lead with the field gaining no ground in round three. Mike Zielinski capitalized on “moving day” in the Net Division by posting an incredible round of Net 62 on Sunday. Zielinski takes a commanding 9 shot lead into Monday’s final round, but Jake Rardin is lurking with a career best net 67 for his first round of the event. The closest player with two rounds posted is at Even Par.

  • The team of Jason Andrews, Greg Greene, and Mark Fine figure out a way to pair up well together and sweep the field on each of the three points competitions. The team was -11, -1, and -1 to their point total goals.
  • The Extravaganza Individual Championship is two rounds in through Saturday play. Jason Andrews still holds a four stroke lead in the Gross Division after posting a pedestrian round of 77 on the Pines Course with two other players. Greg Greene slipped on day two in the Net Division while Mike Zielinski has been consistent through two rounds. Both players are tied for the lead at Even Par and hold a two shot lead through play on Saturday.

  • The first day of the Independence Day Weekend Extravaganza belonged to Greg Greene and Vito Ortiz as they teamed up to win each of the three 6 hole events with totals of +2, +4, and +3. Both players put up solid rounds with Greene shooting 74 and Ortiz posting 75.
  • While the two dominated the event, Greg Greene had an extra special day by acing the Par 3 10th Hole for a Hole-In-One! Greg cleans out the Hole-In-One fund of $275 with his shot of the day.
  • In the Extravaganza Individual Championship, Jason Andrews leaves the gate strong by posting a Par round of 71 in the Gross division for an early 3 stroke lead over the day one field. Greg Greene leads the Net Division with a first round score of 68 (-3) to lead by 2 strokes over two players at -1.

  • Two teams tied for the first place victory at -14. The team of Vito Ortiz, Kevin Fath, Brian Farley and Mike Zielinski were anchored by Ortiz with a round of 72 (+1) which included 5 birdies and a back nine score of 33 (-2). Zielinski added to the effort with a birdie and season personal best round of 82 (65 Net). The team of Jason Andrews, Bryan Gaddis and Jake Rardin also posted -14 with an all around effort from the three players. Rardin supported the effort on the back nine by shooting 39 vaulting the team up the leaderboard.

  • The team of Tom Dragstrem, Kyle Murphy, and Greg Greene team up with solid play and the assistance of the blind draw to capture the first place victory at -15. Dragstrem posted the low round of the day at 74 (+3), while Murphy shot a solid round of 75 (+4) to support the cause.
  • Second place honors went to the team of Jason Andrews, Bryan Gaddis, Don Groth and Tory Mason at -10. Andrews and Gaddis posted 76 (+5) in the second place effort.
  • Third place went to the team of Brent Inman, Joe Belser, Curt Wilson, and Doug Pedigo at -6

  • The Front Nine event was dominated by the team of Daryl Hedge, Bob Weller, Ric Wilson and Mark Fine as they combined for a score of -1, the only team to break Par on the opening nine. Three teams tied for 2nd place at +3.
  • In the Back Nine event, three teams split first place at +6.

  • The team of Vito Ortiz, Tom Dragstrem, Bob Shank and Mike Zunk were -2 from their front nine point total to seal the front nine victory.
  • On the back nine, the team of Joe Belser, Rich Risotti, Mark Fine and Mike Zielinski were +7 to their total for the Back Nine victory.
  • Jason Andrews and Bryan Gaddis were victorious in the Memorial Day Weekend Shootout Individual Championship. Andrews was able to hang on to the Gross title, while Gaddis went out strong in the first round and held off the field on Monday to win the Net Championship

Memorial Day Weekend Shootout Individual Championship Results


  • The team of Jason Andrews, Kyle Murphy, Gary Walton, and Mike Zunk combined for a total of 73 points, edging out the team of Vito Ortiz, Tom Dragstrem, and Bill Parliament for the victory.

  • The team of Justin Northrup, Greg Greene, Gary Walton, and Mike Zunk were the only team above their point goal at +4 to take the 1st place win.
  • Two teams tied at -4 for second place.
  • Joe Belser posted an impressive round of 73 (+1) for low gross round of the event.

  • The team of Vito Ortiz, Greg Greene and Mike Zunk win the Front Nine event by two shots at -3.
  • The back nine event goes to the team of Tom Dragstrem, Joe Belser, Bill Parliament, and Doug Pedigo at -6.
  • The team of Jason Andrews, Bob Shank, Troy Mason and Mike Zielinski were bridesmaids on both the front nine and back nine events. The team scored -1 and -5 respectively.

  • Jason Andrews finally came out of winter hibernation pairing up with Tom Dragstrem to dominate the Member/Guest event. Andrews and Dragstrem won the first six and last six hole events (+6, +3) and tied for first with Mark Fine and Mike Hofmann (+3) on the middle six hole event.
  • Andrews set an early season high bar for the Low Gross Score of the Year by posting a four under (-4) 67 that included five (5) birdies and only one (1) bogey.
  • Second and Third place honors on the first six holes went to the teams Joe Belser / Matt Probst (+3) and Vito Ortiz / Bryan Gaddis (+1).
  • Third Place honors on the middle six holes went to Ric Wilson and Bill Parliament at +1.
  • Two teams tied for second place on the last six hole event. Bob Weller / Jon Zatkulak and Mark Fine / Mark Hofmann were both +2.

  • The front nine event went to the team of Justin Northrup, Jerry Zumer, Bob Shank, and Jake Rardin at -8. Second place was tied by two teams at -5.
  • The back nine went to the team of Jason Andrews, Vito Ortiz, Greg Greene and Al Schulze at -9. Schulze supported the team well by rolling in 3 birdies. Second place went to two teams at -6.

  • First place went to the team of Vito Ortiz, Bryan Gaddis, Rich Risotti and Jake Rardin at -9. Both Ortiz and Gaddis were able to post rounds in the 70’s while Risotti added two birdies to support the effort.
  • Second place went to the team of Jason Andrews, Tom Dragstrem, Jerry Zumer and Mike Zielinski with a team score of -7.
  • Third place (-2) was awarded to the team of Justin Northrup, Joe Belser and Bob Shank. Shank was a sharpshooter on two of the Par 3 holes, winning the #6 and #10 CTP awards.

  • In windy conditions, the ECMC played for the first time on the Pines Course in 2022. The initial six (6) hole competition went to two teams (Andrews / Mason and Belser / Fath) that tied by hitting their point total (E) for the six holes.
  • The second six (6) hole competition was also a two way tie. The team of Todd Brittingham / Mark Fine and Vito Ortiz / Doug Pedigo were both -1 to their point total.
  • The last six (6) hole competition went to the team of Jason Andrews / Troy Mason at +2 to their point total. Second place went to the teams of Dragstrem / Draw and Northrup / Gaddis at +1 to their point total.

  • Though there were quite a few low scores in the season’s second event, the ECMC reigning Club Champion flexed his muscles and made a statement in his first event of the year. Vito Ortiz placed first in each of the three competitions by utilizing seven (yes, seven) birdies throughout his round of 73. Ortiz was +11, +9 and +4.
  • Others that placed were Tom Dragstrem (+4, +5, +1) with an overall round of 75. Tom took 2nd place in the overall 18 and last 12 competitions. Kevin Fath (+4, +4, +4), with a round of 76, placed 2nd in the overall 18, 3rd in the last 12 and tied for 1st in the last 6 competition. Jason Andrews (+1, +1, +3) took 3rd place in the last 6 competition.
  • Dave Riley matched Ortiz for the low round of the event at 73, but was just out of placing in any of the three competitions.

  • Tom Dragstrem dominates the 2022 ECMC season opening event on a cold and windy start to the ECMC season. Dragstrem posted the low round of the day (season) at 78, one lower than his estimated score of 70, giving him the Guess Your Score competition win. Bob Shank was second with a score of 84 and a guess of 83 (+1).
  • In the Individual Points competition, Dragstrem again dominated, winning in each of the 6 hole competitions. Bob Shank was victorious on the first six hole competition along with Jason Andrews. Andrews was also a winner on the second six holes, while Bryan Gaddis and Kevin Fath joined Dragstrem as last six hole winners.