Wayzata Country Club professional John Carlson won his second straight Tapemark Charity Pro-Am today at Southview Country Club in West Saint Paul. His Sunday third-round 64 included only one bogey and eight birdies.
Carlson’s 68-68-64-200 (-13) was three shots better than Columbia’s Jeff Sorenson, who made a valiant attempt to catch Carlson, eagling the par five sixth hole (his 15th of the day). Don Berry was also in the mix right until the end, finishing with a six-under-par 65.
Here are the top three professionals (full pro leaderboard):
- John Carlson, Wayzata, 68-68-64-200 (-13)
- Jeff Sorenson, Columbia, 67-71-65-203 (-10)
- Don Berry, Edinburgh USA, 71-68-65-204 (-9)
Team number 16, led by professional Joe Stansberry of Hiawatha, won the net best two-ball event with a score of minus-58. Stansberry was joined by Tommy Anderson (Southview), Aaron Pulanco (Southview) and Steven Kelly (unattached).
Anderson is the brother of new Southview head professional Phil Anderson and Aaron Pulanco is one of the youngest Tapemark champions ever at age 15.
Here are the top three teams (full team leaderboard):
- Team 16, Stansberry, Anderson, Pulanco, Kelly, -58
- Team 52, Norgaard, Callahan, Bonjean, Miller, -57
- Team 30, Waryan, Olson, Kot, Roth, -56
The low amateur for the weekend was Jordan Hawkinson of Chisago Lakes, who shot 69-75-70-214 (+1). Hazeltine National professional Mike Barge was low senior pro, shooting 71-72-68-211 (-2).
The Tapemark Charity Pro-Am benefits people with developmental and learning disabilities and their families. The event will surpass the $6 million mark this year and includes a women’s event that will be held Monday, September 15, 2008 at Southview.Originally published by DK on June 8, 2008 at 9:17 pm