September 3, 2015

20th Annual Chicagoland Pi Kappa Phi Golf Outing held in Chicago

Written by Star & Lamp

There was a great turn out of 49 players, both Pi Kapp brothers and friends, who attended the "Bruce Swanson Classic".

All participants had a fantastic time while having the chance to network with brothers in the area. National Staff member Curt Herzog also was in attendance and donated a new Pi Kappa Phi Flag to the Chicagoland brothers for future tournaments and events. The brothers hope the event next year is bigger and better and everyone in the area will attend. A big thanks to Nat Gombis for setting up the tournament and Cesar Vega for helping conduct the auction. The auction raised over $200 for The Ability Experience.

Tournament Results:

Closest to the Pin: Nat Nathanael Gombis
Longest Drive: Jeremy Inabinet
Longest Putt: Ken Kenneth Slepicka
Blind Bogey: Gary L Beardsley & David Sandoval
Predicted Score: Jim Kowaczyk
Fewest Putts: Rob Cione
1st Place Winner: John Jon Fredbeck
2nd Place Winner: Bill Mellin
3rd Place Winner: Randy Sager

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Last modified on September 3, 2015

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