One of the biggest weekends of #CityGolf came to a close last weekend on the Nextengolf City Tour. There were 9 tournaments taking place, so much action it took a full week to recover from all the excitement. Here are a few highlights:
Milwaukee - The Oaks Golf Course
Wow. Scorching rounds were played by the members of Tin Cup who combined to post an impressive best ball score of -10. Yes, you read that correctly, 10 under par, the lowest score on the City Tour thus far. Special shout outs to Judson Bro (69) and James Christian (72) on the Par 71 Oaks Course in Cottage Grove, WI.
Not to be outdone the team going by Stroke of Genius in the Lou came together in their first tournament to post a score of -9. Setting the pace was the duo of Josh Baysinger (71) and Eddie Stahlhuth (72). Get these guys together at the City Championship and it’s going to be a shootout.
Atlanta - Chateau Elan Golf Club
Also seeing their first action of the summer, the team of Dubspread put on a show of golfing prowess by shooting a collective -6 at Chateau Elan Golf Club. Leading the way were Tyler Hogan (71), Ben Fogler (69), and Will Snipes (72).
Columbus - Cooks Creek Golf Club
Dayton Double Bogeys fended off the West Virginia team by 4-strokes at Cooks Creek. The pair of Ben Hogenkamp and Kyle Murphy shot a 72. Dayton Double Bogeys is now 2-0 on the season, and looking to earn the city's bid to the national championship.
DC - Worthington Manor Golf Club
The team of Local Knowledge marched to a decisive victory with a 171. Jonathan Battaglia and Adam Bacon shot an 85, with teammates Olivia De fouchier and Edwin Laffey shooting an 86.
Houston - Tour 18 Golf Course
A tight battle between Team Hexion and Team Agents was decided by a clubhouse tiebreaker, with Hexion notching the win. Both teams fired a 154 on the Tour 18 course, featuring replicas of famous golf holes from around the country. Travis Upham and Kevin Johnson finished as the low pair with a best-ball score of 72.
The Northeastern Huskies moved to 2-0 in Boston on a rainy day at Red Tail. The Huskies rolled with an 8-stroke victory, led by Brandon Newsome and Alec Shanahan's 71, and are now ranked #14 in the country.
New York - Centennial Golf Club
Team Big Booty emerged victorious in a tiebreaker, edging out Team Bush is Back at Centennial Golf Club. Carlos Fullerton and Brett Brenner finished as the low pair for Bush is Back, while Mike Hanley and Kevin Boranian led the way for Big Booty.
Philadelphia - Jeffersonville Golf Course
Delaware Club Golf's Summer Squad continued their winning ways, taking home tournament #2 by 10 strokes. Jason Rasor and Eric Palumbo finished as the low pair of the tournament with a best-ball score of 75.
Interested to see where your team stacks up against the competition? Check out theCity Tour current standings.
As a reminder, registration for the July 12th events ends this Wednesday. If you can't make it this weekend, there are more tournaments are coming up on July 19th. Best of luck to all players and be on the lookout for more recaps!
**Ethan Zimman is the Nextgen City Tour Director of Media and Campaigns. Reach him via email at NextgenWashDC@gmail.com.