Golf Plus | Bradenton City Two-Man Championship to be held this weekend

June 12, 2014 


[ ] The 16th annual Bradenton City Two-Man Championship is scheduled for this weekend at River Run Golf Links. The tournament, a four-ball, stroke-play event over 36 holes, is open to the public. Teams are flighted after the first round.

Tee times begin at 7:30 a.m. off nos. 1 and 10 each day. An awards ceremony follows the action on Father's Day.

Dave and Jeremy Perna won the tournament last year with a 60-66--126.

[ ] Area club pros will take their shot at becoming the next champion of the North Florida PGA's Southwestern Chapter's Chapter Championship, Chapter Senior Championship and Chapter Assistants Championship next week at the Plantation Golf and Country Club in Venice.

The Senior and Assistants portion of the tournament is held on June 16, while the Chapter Championship is 36 holes of stroke play on the Bobcat course on June 16 and 17. Tee times begin at 8 a.m.

The entry deadline is at 5 p.m. Thursday, with only an online registration found at


[ ] On May 4 at Pinebrook-Ironwood, Andrew Brown aced the 109-yard 3rd hole with a pitching wedge. Witness was Bob Heine.

[ ] On May 10 at Pinebrook-Ironwood, Paula McKinney aced the 69-yard 18th hole with a pitching wedge. Witnesses were Delores Musbach, Fred Musbach and Mike McKinney.

[ ] On May 11 at Pinebrook-Ironwood, Stanley Rossa aced the 132-yard 12th hole with a 5-wood. Witness was Eric Shulman.

[ ] On May 13 at River Club, Todd Read aced the 155-yard 8th hole with a 6-iron. Witnesses were Matthew Bruton and Taylor Purcell.

[ ] On May 14 at University Park, Merle Kalkwarf aced the 162-yard 24th hole with a 9-wood. Witnesses were Jim Johnson, John Haddock and Dan Helpbringer.

[ ] On May 22 at River Club, Larry Strasser aced the 142-yard 15th hole with a 6-iron. Witnesses were Lauren Lamm, David Lamm, Rick Yeager and Cal Mauldin.

[ ] On May 27 at Terra Ceia Bay, James Cormican aced the 174-yard 7th hole with a hybrid. Witnesses were Ken Wartschlager, Tom Myette, Fred Suez and John Hartford.

-- Jason Dill, Herald sports writer

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