It was a stunning weekend at Silver Creek Golf Course in Waterloo for their club championship golf tournament.
More than 50 participants of all skill-levels participated in the annual, flighted tournament, which included 36-holes of competitive golf.
It felt more like mid-summer with temperatures in the low-80s and a strong southerly breeze.
In the Men’s Championship Mike Burdsall entered the final round with a three stroke lead. The 8-time winner of the Silver Creek Men’s Club Championship carded an even par round to open, which pitted him against Josh Durso, who carded a 3-over 74 on Saturday.
On Sunday, the two traded the overall lead three times before Durso clinched his fourth title with a birdie putt on the 18th hole. His 1-under 70 on Sunday was enough to erase the three stroke deficit and close out the tournament.
In the Women’s Championship Danielle Roetting won her 9th title after shooting 81-78 over the two day event. Trish Brewer, a previous champion of the division, finished in second place.
In the Senior Championship Eric Brace secured his second title in back-to-back years. His opening round 76 was followed by an 80, which was enough to hold off Jack Stenberg by a count of four strokes.
In the Junior Championship Tyler and Devon Adle, brothers and members of the Waterloo High School Golf Team competed for that title. Tyler finished nine strokes ahead of his brother getting the win.
In the Men’s Open Division, Dan Johnson and Cliff ‘Champ’ Stein were victorious in the A- and B-flights. Champ, a previous club champion, fired a final round 80 to win by 10 strokes in the B-flight. Meanwhile, Johnson carded an 83 in the final round to hold off Jeff Kapps in the A-flight.
Check out the scoreboard below from the windy, warm weekend at Silver Creek Golf Course:
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