Aug. 27, 2017

  • Two-man teams
  • Gross, net and senior (60-over) divisions
  • $100 entry fee per team includes golf, cart and range
  • Gift certificate prizes



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Congratulations to Scott Denig on his first major tournament victory, as he captured the City Championship with a 5-and-4 victory over Josh Dirlam in the 36-hole championship match Saturday at Cascades Golf Course. Denig never trailed in the match, taking a 2-up lead after the first 18 and then going bogey-free in the afternoon round to stay in control. See JTV's coverage here: https://www.jtv.tv/scott-denig-captures-city-championship/ and MLive's coverage here: http://www.mlive.com/sports/jackson/index.ssf/2017/08/scott_denig_rids_himself_of_me.html. See complete results above under Tournaments, and see the updated Player of the Year Honor Roll above under Honor Roll. The Jackson Golf Committee extends its appreciation to Cascades course manager Phil Fischmeister for his outstanding work in conducting the week-long tournament.


Entries are now being accepted for the Jackson County Best-Ball, a two-man team event Aug. 27 at Arbor Hills Golf Club. There will be gross, net and senior (60-over) divisions, with gift certificate prizes in all divisions. Entry fee of $100 per team includes golf with a cart, and range. Entry form can be printed off (right) and returned to Arbor Hills.


Now on the Jackson Golf website, the tournament schedule for 2017. See "Tournaments" above for a list of the local men's and women's tournaments.


Recently updated on the "History" link above, the all-time results of the Jackson Masters. You can now view the scores for all tournaments since the Jackson Masters was started in 1949, along with the playing records for everyone who has appeared in the tournament, and all the tournament records. All scores and records are complete for the City Championship and Spring Thaw as well, and research continues on the other tournaments.

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