TOC 2024


It was a pretty good day for golf and Currie was in about as good a shape as we can ask for.

Congratulations to Ben Sevener shooting a net -7 to win the event. A great round was also had by Henry Mayer with a gross 77 for medalist. Zolandz, Camosy, Pederson, and Garbers also played very well and cashed in the event.

There were a lot of skins paying $13 a piece. Beronja (1), Mayer (2), Beronja (5), Silkey (8), Pederson (9), Gardner (10), Pederson (13), Sweeney (16), Kapp (17).

Thank you all for playing. I will get YTD standings out before our next event, which is July 28 at Hawthorne Hills.



We had a fantastic day for golf at Brown Deer. The course was in great condition.

Brian Pederson won the event with a net -4 score. Congratulations Brian!

Boulware, C. Mader, Hirsch, Cuthbert, and Jones also played well and cashed. Chuck Silkey was medalist with a gross 75.

There were a lot of birdies out there resulting in 3 skins. Boulware (5), Sweeney with an eagle (9), and Gorski (18).

Link to Full Results



Results for TOC #2 at Whitnall.

New member and pretty new golfer Dan Seiter stayed out of trouble all day long and won the event with a net -8!!! Congrats Dan!

Frenzel, Bruss, Schafer, Suess, and Mayer played well and cashed in the event. Low gross was also Frenzel with 80.

Yours truly didn’t do squat all day long except birdie #11 for the only skin.



Results from May 11th TOC #1 at Oakwood are attached. The course was damp coupled with a windy day made scoring at Oakwood once again pretty tough. No one beat their target score and no one broke 80.

John Hirsch wasn’t bothered by the conditions winning the event with a net even par score. Frenzel, Jaeger, Carini, Kapp, Beronja, and Silkey also played solid enough to take home some cash. Chuck Silkey was the low gross score with an 80.

Skins were had by Boulware (2) and Suess (11). A nice payday for both!


The “Tour of the County” (TOC) is an opportunity to play in organized, competitive golf outings, outside of the regular club events. You must be a member in good standing in the Currie Park Men’s Golf Club to participate. Essentially, you compete against your personal handicap, in a relaxed and friendly setting. Pairings are varied for each outing. This is a good way to get to know other members of the club, to get in practice rounds, or to just play more golf. USGA rules apply and everyone is expected to maintain the appropriate pace of play. Carts are optional.

All Currie Park Men’s Golf Club members are welcome.

Play against your own handicap (Target Score), adjusted for the course and selected tee box

$50 entry fee for the season (100% paid out at end of season) for low net scores at each event, based on your Target Score, skins game at each event.  Top low net total paid at year end (your best 4 of 7 net scores)

No penalty for missed events, only four lowest scores count for year end 

If you would like to join, please pay the $50 entry fee to Brian Pederson, the Club Treasurer, and let him know you are joining the “Tour of the County”

Corey Mader

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