University Golf League seeks new members

If you are looking for an enjoyable outside activity when summer weather finally arrives, the Shorewood Golf League (UW-Green Bay) is placing a call for new members. This fun league is looking for either single golfers that can be paired or two-person teams to fill out its roster. The University Golf League is primarily made up of UW-Green Bay employees, alumni and retirees (spouses are also welcome). The Golf League plays every Tuesday, teeing off between 3:15 p.m. and 4:30 p.m., for nine holes of golf with another two-person team. The season will start either Tuesday, May 7 or Tuesday, May 14, 2019 and will end in mid-August. Dues are $45 per golfer, which includes an end-of-season banquet. If you’re interested in playing, or even joining the list of substitute players, please email Fred Kennerhed kennerhf@uwgb.edu at your earliest convenience.

University Golf League looking for golfers

The University Golf League is trying to fill a few available slots. The league is looking for either a single golfer to team up with a current player or a new two-person team to fill out its roster. The University Golf League is primarily made up of UWGB faculty, staff, alumni and retirees. The Golf League plays every Tuesday, teeing off between 3:14 and 4:30 p.m. The season starts May 5 and ends Aug. 18. Dues are $45. If you’re interested in playing, please email Dean Thomas ASAP or call (920) 468-9686.

University Golf League wraps up 41st season

The University Golf League concluded its 41st season Tuesday night with a fun-filled scramble event. Golfers were tested on hole No. 4 by a requirement to tee off blindfolded. (Needless to say, for some, it improved their game.) Winning the scramble was the team of Joe Schoenebeck, Joan Keberlein, Steve Meyer and Ryan Currier. (This marks two years in a row that Prof. Meyer has been a winning scramblist… scrambler… team member.) The duo of Fred “Call me Champion Fred” Kennerhead and Al Cartwright won the Phoenix Division in a playoff over Pat and Reb Przybelski. The Shorewood championship went to Dean Thomas and Mark Annoye, who swept both halves of the season. Also, here’s a shout-out to charter members Rich Spangenberg and Bob Pritchard on completing their 41st seasons in the league.