Annbriar Golf Course
On Sunday June 9th, the St. Louis Tour traveled to the beautiful Annbriar Golf Course in Waterloo, IL. Ann Nobbe envisioned turning her family’s farm into a golf course. After her tragic death in an automobile accident in January 1990, her parents pursued her dream, naming the course in her honor and beginning construction on May 13, 1991. Two years later, on Memorial Day weekend, May 28, 1993, Annbriar was opened for public play. For 26 years, Annbriar Golf Course in Waterloo, Illinois has welcomed golfers to a hidden gem located in a small town just outside of St. Louis. Opened in 1993, Annbriar has become known as the hometown destination for golf the whole family can enjoy. Each year, new and returning golfers alike are tested by our challenging and scenic 18 holes of golf. We would like to give a special thanks to Kevin and all the staff at Annbriar for accommodating us on such short notice!
In Division 1, we had an extremely close competition that came down to a playoff! Nate McCutcheon took on Weston Horberg in a playoff! Both shooting only 4 over-par 76. McCutcheon ended up edging out Horberg for first place. Dan Silva was not far behind, he shot a 5 over-par 77 on the day coming in third!
In Division 2, it came down to another playoff! This time it was between Steve Hasenfratz and John Remely. Hasenfratz and Remely both shot a 3 over-par 75! Both men have had a taste of victory this season and it showed in the playoff. After a lengthy playoff Steve Hasenfratz came out victorious! We also had a tie for 3rd place between Billy Davis and Nate Hampton both shooting a great 4 over-par 76 on the day!
In Division 3, coming in first, David Oleksa chalked up his first victory with Amateur Players Tour! Oleksa shot 4 over-par 76! Coming in second was Doug Simpson! Simpson shot 6 over-par 78. Coming in 3rd was Bobby Fischer! Fischer had a great round shooting a 7 over-par 79!
In Division 4, Mike Scalera chalked up his third win of the year! Scalera shot his best round yet, shooting a 6 over-par 78! Right on Scalera’s heels was Michael Heitz shooting a 7 over-par 79 for the day. Coming in third was Tod Martin shooting a very solid 13 over-par 85!
In Division 5, it came down to another playoff! Dennis Brosenne and David Parker both shot a 14 over-par 86. Brosenne came out on top for his 3rd win of the year! Trailing them was Michael Adkins and Kyle Hussey who tied for 3rd shooting a 19 over-par 91.
From here, the St. Louis tour moves to Persimmon Woods Golf Club in Weldon Springs MO. Registration closes on Friday!