The Oasis men settled back into more normal golf mode after a week of club championship pressure. The individual net game played on Monday, April 2 had the group playing the Palmer course.
Brian Bergman was the medalist shooting the only round in the 70s, and he just squeaked in with a 79 on a windy Mesquite morning.
Barry McKay took top net honors in first flight with his net 69. Jerry Schulz followed in second with net 70 and Bill Homer (73) was in third place.
“Birdie Bob” Mason continued his good play and netted 68 to capture first place in second flight. Kent Epeneter is back from a surgery leave shooting 69 to capture second place. Mike Carpenter was third with net 70 and Duane Carrier rounded out the top four shooting net 73.
Rick Burton (68) followed his third flight club championship win with another top finish. Allen Pancost finished second with 69 and Max Fratto and Kim Hardy matched 71s to tie for third.
Ron Hills (64), also a net winner in the club
championship repeated his win with the day’s overall lowest net score. Maynard Yost took home second place with a 66 while Ron Flentye and Hal Hoppe both shot 67s for a share of third.
Mark Hansen won the closest-to-the-hole prize on hole #9.
The yearlong Kilroy Kup Challenge is named in memory of former member Jack Kilroy who brought the idea of a cumulative season-long challenge from his home course in Wyoming seven years ago. Oasis men receive points for scoring well on the Monday games. The season runs from October through March each year. The top dozen point getters and ties play in a shootout format to claim the Kup.
The results are in and the following players will participate in the shootout after the regular Monday, April 9 round. The shootout participants, listed from top point total down are: Ron Hills, Terry Donnelly, Bill Homer, Duane Carrier, Mickey Zanoni, Brian Bergman, Bob Mason, Bob Ostlund, Rick Burton, Steve Wiggins, Bill Wells, and Marty Conway.
Next Monday will also be the season ending Stag Nite social and dinner event.