St. Louis Rotary Club 11 | St Louis, MO

Blake CritzasHey, hey there Rotary golfing enthusiasts if you missed Sunset Hills Country Club this past Tuesday, well you missed one of the best!! Mother Nature cooperated and it was an excellent day and enjoyed by all!  The golf course, without question was in great shape compared to any of the clubs around St. Louis, always a pleasure to play!  Whatever your ability or level is, playing Sunset course is always fun, fun!  A big thanks goes out to Matt Wilson and Bob Bauer hosting the Rotary bunch once again.  The food was perfectly prepared and delicious. Starting with a dinner salad, then a filet mignon, twice baked potato, broccoli and you couldn’t forget the cookies and ice cream, yes good to the last bite.  Wow it really was an excellent golf day and dinner event and there’s only a few outing’s left, so join us for the next event at Glen Echo.                                                                            

We had 18 players and the results are as follows;

The Longest Drive for the “Youths” – Bob Bauer – Great shot!!

The longest Drive for the “Masters” – Earl Poe – Also nice shot!

Closest to the Pin:

1st Earl Poe  – 3’ 5” nice one..

2nd Bob Kocher  – 7’ 6” also nice shot..

3rd Gary Jones  – 7’ 9” good one, so close

“The ties go to the lower handicap player”

A Flight

1st Doug Lorenz 94 Gross 71 net

2nd Jim Petru  94 Gross 71 net

3rd Earl Poe  95 Gross 73 net

Championship Flight

1st Steve Lafara  Gross 78  net 72

2nd Blake Critzas Gross 82  net 72

3rd Ryan Whittington  Gross 85  net 72

I would like to thank everyone that was able to join us at Sunset Country Club.  Looking forward to seeing you at our next Rotary golf event at Glen Echo.

Blake Critzas

Rotary Golf President