Tom Yeager obviously likes fall golf as he accomplished an unprecedented "6-Peat" in the Wolf Memorial contested this past weekend at South Toledo (where Tom Wolf played 100's of rounds of golf in between his hard work and many years of dedication to the TMGA) and Sandy Creek in Monroe, MI. We have played several different courses over the last six years, but Yeager has come out on top each time. After firing a 2-under 68 Saturday at S Toledo Saturday which staked him to a 4-shot lead, Tom wasn't seriously challenged in Sunday's second round at Sandy Creek as he shot 2-over 74 for a 142 total and 4-shot victory. Brian Simmons, who opened with 74, shot even par 72 Sunday (the low scratch round) to finish alone in second at 146. Jeff Abke and Jeff Kornowa both shot-74-74-148 to tie for third.
The net division appeared to be a 2 player race heading into Sunday as Tim Graff (net 64) and Dave Pierce (net 65) were 5 and 4 shots ahead of the field. However, Sandy Creek took it's toll on the 2 leaders as they shot 11 and 14 shots higher Sunday, but Graff, whose brother Gregg won the Memorial last year, was able to hold on for a 1-shot victory over Mike Govito. Both players bogeyed the final par 5 18th hole. Govito, who shot an actual 76, had the low net round of the day with a 69. Graff's 2 day net was 64-75 139, while Govito netted 71-69-140. Nick Perrine was third with 70-71-141.