IAAP Golf Event Brings Aggregate Industry Together

Using a scramble format, the event proved to be highly competitive once again.

📅   Fri October 21, 2016 - Midwest Edition #22


(L-R): First place honors went to Mark Linhart, Meghan Ross and Josh Quinn, all of Bluff City Materials, and Mike Linhart, Quad City Safety. Also pictured is Hugh Gallivan, IAAP president, and  Dan Eichholz, executive director.
(L-R): First place honors went to Mark Linhart, Meghan Ross and Josh Quinn, all of Bluff City Materials, and Mike Linhart, Quad City Safety. Also pictured is Hugh Gallivan, IAAP president, and Dan Eichholz, executive director.
(L-R): First place honors went to Mark Linhart, Meghan Ross and Josh Quinn, all of Bluff City Materials, and Mike Linhart, Quad City Safety. Also pictured is Hugh Gallivan, IAAP president, and  Dan Eichholz, executive director. (L-R): Bill Fehrenbacher, Caterpillar; Don Cunningham, DC Sales; Roger Martinez, Ritchie Bros.; and Rich Evans (not pictured) took the second place trophy, and stand with Hugh Gallivan, IAAP president, and  Dan Eichholz, executive director. (L-R): Don Williams and Bryan Hood, both of Shakespeare Aggregates, and Mark Rademaker and Jim Johnson, both of American Bin & Conveyor, came in third, and stand with Hugh Gallivan, IAAP president, and  Dan Eichholz, executive director. Accepting the first place trophy was the Central Stone team, including (L-R) Dustin Pollit, Heath Otte and Darin Roland and Hugh Gallivan, IAAP president, and  Dan Eichholz, executive director. (L-R): Second place went to Joe Ragar and Cary Lampert, both of UCM, and Bryant Frazer and Larry Hetzel, Rock Machinery. Also pictured are Hugh Gallivan, IAAP president, and  Dan Eichholz, executive director. Dan Eichholz, executive director, addresses the crowd after his team came in third place in the tournament. The golf outing offers a unique opportunity to have fun and visit with friends in the aggregate industry. Using a scramble format, the event proved to be highly competitive once again.

A beautiful day welcomed 184 golfers to the Sept. 12 golf outing held at Panther Creek Country Club and Piper Glen Golf Club in Springfield, Ill. Due to the strong support of everyone attending, this outing raised $10,080 for the IAAP Political Action Committee. PIE Committee members sold 50/50 raffle tickets raising $1,520 for the IAAP's Rocks, Minerals & Mining workshop for Illinois teachers.

The golf outing offers a unique opportunity to have fun and visit with friends in the aggregates industry. Using a scramble format, the event proved to be highly competitive once again. In addition to golf, a delicious meal at the end of the day was concluded with recognition for the best scores and outstanding players at both courses, trophy awards, numerous door prizes and 50/50 raffle. The 2017 IAAP golf outing is scheduled for Sept 11.

Panther Creek Challenge Holes:

• Longest fairway drive on hole number four

Josh Quinn, Bluff City Materials

• Closest to the pin at hole number 8

Keith Ackerman, Martin Equipment

• Closest to the pin at hole number 11

Don Williams, Shakespeare Aggregates

• Longest putt into the hole at number 18

Matt Roland, Roland Machinery

Piper Glen Challenge Holes:

• Longest fairway drive on hole number two

Wyatt Miller, Coots Materials

• Closest to the pin at hole number four

Larry Hetzel, Rock Machinery

• Closest to the pin at hole number 15

Heath Otte

• Longest putt into the hole at number 18

Kurt Worthington