WLA Invitational: The Vikings were strong hosting the 10-team meet as their score of 389 was 25 shots better than runner-up Ripon. Berlin (428) was third.
WLA took the top two individual spots with Tim Anderson and Chris Colla finishing first and second. Anderson shot a 1-under-par 35, and Colla carded a 38. Teammate Eric Schroeder tied for fourth with a 41.
North Fond du Lac’s Ben Mand tied for seventh (42) with Lomira’s Anson Bautista, while WLA’s Austin Cutter, Mayville’s Elliot Smith and Campbellsport’s Tristan Schill each tied for 10th (45).
The event consists of a bunch of several different “games”. The first nine holes werea two-person scramble. On the back 9, players played a two-person best ball and each team’s top four scores counted for a team nine-hole score. The total team score was the sum of each team’s overall top four scores plus all three scramble scores plus all 3 best ball scores.