Hasz, Jacobsen pace Calcutta golf tourney

Todd Hasz and Sara Jacobsen took top honors at the annual Calcutta Club Championship Tournament Sunday, July 21, at Stones Throw Golf Course in Milaca.

The men’s division was match play and Hasz won the championship flight by topping Clay Hoeck and Tony Hoeck before defeating Scott Holt in the finals.

Holt reached the finals by topping Mike Herr and Shawn Nelson. Clay Hoeck defeated Herr for consolation honors.

Hasz also won the putting/chipping contest.

Jacobsen stopped Lynn Anderson and Sandy Vedders before topping Heather Hoeck in the finals. Hoeck advanced to the finals by topping Nancy Larsen and Alana Reetz.

Karen Baker defeated Larsen for consolation honors.

The format for the women’s division was stroke play.

•Jeff Rice defeated Kirk Eggen in the finals of the men’s first flight. Rice topped Shane Marudas in the first round and Tony Hass in the semifinals while Eggen topped Bill Norberg in the first round and Mike Bitz in the semifinals.

•Ryan Olson won the men’s second flight, topping Al Siemers in the finals. Olson advanced to the finals by stopping Greg Anderson in the first round and Brandon Kiel in the semifinals. Siemers reached the title match by topping Ken Ruis and Joe Hasz.

Ruis stopped Anderson for the consolation title.

•Josh Nelson claimed honors in the men’s third flight by topping his father, Marty Nelson, in the finals. Josh gained the finals by defeating Nick Wilken and Brandon Janson while Marty moved to the finals with victories over Aaron Larsen and Ross Broberg.

Wilken stopped Larsen for the consolation title.

•Ben Peterson won the men’s fourth flight by topping Tyler Roehl in the finals. He advanced to the finals by defeating David Jacobsen and Doug Erickson. Roehl reached the finals by defeating Zach Zimmer and Neil Westling.

•Duane Jerzak won the men’s fifth flight by stopping Andy Eggert in the first round and Mike Larsen in the semifinals before topping Adam Kassa in the finals. Kassa reached the finals by defeating Dean Siemers and Ron Leblanc.

Eggert won consolation honors by topping Siemers.

The next meet at Stones Throw is the Ridgewood Bay Scramble Saturday, Aug. 3.

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