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IAAP Holds Annual Golf Outing

Fri September 21, 2018 - Midwest Edition
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Shooting a 61, the second place trophy went to the Lafarge- Holcim team of Jack Keeler, Dan Larson, Dan Pavin and Randy Bromberek. IAAP Assoc. Chair Anne Leslie joined in the picture.
Shooting a 61, the second place trophy went to the Lafarge- Holcim team of Jack Keeler, Dan Larson, Dan Pavin and Randy Bromberek. IAAP Assoc. Chair Anne Leslie joined in the picture.
Shooting a 61, the second place trophy went to the Lafarge- Holcim team of Jack Keeler, Dan Larson, Dan Pavin and Randy Bromberek. IAAP Assoc. Chair Anne Leslie joined in the picture. First place honors went to Troy Kutz and Josh Quinn (Bluff City Materials) along with Larry O’Neil
(Altorfer CAT - not pictured) with a score of 59. John Parent (JPI), Josh Kunde & Forrest Carlson (Anderson Environmental) finished the day with
third place honors and a 63. Lehigh Hanson team of Blake Donaghue, Ryan Murphy, Dale Howard, and Scott Malpasuto
took home the first place trophy with a score of 56. The trophy for second place, with a 64 score, went to the Ritchie Bros. team of Kent Kleiman, Scott Hoglander, Casey Fencl and Michael Juenger.

A beautiful day welcomed 180 golfers to IAAP's Sept. 10th 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 $10,440 for the IAAP Political Action Committee. PIE Committee members sold 50/50 raffle tickets raising $1,140 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 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 concluded with recognition for the best scores and outstanding players at both courses, numerous door prizes and the 50/50 raffle, which was claimed by Jeff Barnett (G.W. Van Keppel). Everyone agreed it was a really fine day to be playing golf.

Panther Creek Results

Lehigh Hanson team of Blake Donaghue, Ryan Murphy, Dale Howard, and Scott Malpasuto took home the first place trophy with a score of 56.

Shooting a 61, the second place trophy went to the LafargeHolcim team of Jack Keeler, Dan Larson, Dan Pavin and Randy Bromberek. IAAP Assoc. Chair Anne Leslie joined in the picture.

John Parent (JPI), Josh Kunde & Forrest Carlson (Anderson Environmental) finished the day with third place honors and a 63.

Piper Glen Results

First place honors went to Troy Kutz and Josh Quinn (Bluff City Materials) along with Larry O'Neil (Altorfer CAT) with a score of 59.

The trophy for second place, with a 64 score, went to the Ritchie Bros. team of Kent Kleiman, Scott Hoglander, Casey Fencl and Michael Juenger.

Kevin Burke (IAPA), Dave Bender (ACEC), Bill Frey (AGC of IL), and Dan Eichholz (IAAP) returned to the clubhouse with a 67 to accept a third place trophy.

Panther Creek Challenge Holes

Longest Fairway Drive on hole #4 - Dan Larson (LafargeHolcim)

Closest to the Pin at hole #8 - Colin Glennon (LafargeHolcim)

Closest to the Pin at hole #11 - Joe Keely

Longest Putt into the hole at #18 - Jack Ackerman (TCI Manufacturing & Equipment)

Piper Glen Challenge Holes

Longest Fairway Drive on hole #2 - Josh Quinn (Bluff City Materials)

Closest to the Pin at hole #4 - Casey Fencl (Ritchie Bros.)

Closest to the Pin at hole #15 - Troy Kutz (Bluff City Materials)

Longest Putt into the hole at #18 - Dave Helvey (Belt Tech Industrial