2021 OSGA CHAMPIONSHIP

Friday, September 17

Saturday, September 18

Westbrook Country Club

2019 OSGA SENIOR-JUNIOR

Gross Champions

Larry Monica

Cory Monica

Net Champions

Ken Kincaid

Josh Hensley

2021 OFFICERS

Jerry Scharosch, Mansfield

President

 

Larry Monica, Mansfield

Secretary-Treasurer

 

Don Doty, Columbus

Immediate Past President

 

BOARD OF GOVERNORS

Term Expires 2018

Chris Diebel, Rocky River

George Belhobek, Pepper Pike

Steve Richardson, Mansfield

 

Term Expires 2019

Bill Hagstrand, Chagrin Falls

Bob Morton, Columbus

Jerry Scharosch, Mansfield

 

Term Expires 2020

Clay Baker, Columbus

Steve Helwagen, Pickaway

Mark Lee, Columbus

 

2020 OSGA Overall Runner-Up

Rich Bubenchik (146)

Cambridge Country Club

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2020 OSGA CHAMPIONSHIP

Leaderboard

Mike Horvath       70 - 71 (-3)

Rich Bubenchik    72 - 74 (+2)

Steve Mayes         76 - 72 (+4)

James Stevning     73 - 75 (+4)

John Webster       76 - 74 (+6)

Doug Ganim        77 - 73 (+6)

2020 OSGA Overall Gross Champion

MIKE HORVATH (141)

Westbrook Country Club

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2020 OSGA Overall Low Net Champion

TOM SPOHN (138)

Willow Run Golf Course

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2021 OSGA CHAMPIONSHIP

Friday, September 17

Saturday, September 18

Westbrook Country Club

Overall Gross Scores
Overall Net Scores
Overall Gross Scores Division
Overall Net Scores Division
Best Ball Results

Itinerary 2021

 

Thursday, September 16

Optional Practice Round

OSGA discounted rate of $60 includes cart and range.

Make your own tee time by calling golf shop 419-747-2556

Dining is available and encouraged on

Wednesday evening - dress golf casual

 

Friday, September 17

10:30 am       Registration; Optional Two-Man Best Ball event

11:30 - 12:15   Lunch Buffet Served in Tent     

12:30 pm       Round #1 - Shotgun Start

5:00 pm        Cocktail Hour Hahn Plantation Room

6:00 pm        Dinner Served - Dress Casual

Saturday, September 18

10:00 am      Round #2  - Tee Times begin off front and back ninc

12:00 - 1:30   Box Lunch at the turn

2:30 pm       Awards presentation at scoreboard

 

 

Tournament Format

     Individual 36 Hole Metal Play. The Tournament format will start on Friday with Gross divisions and Net Divisions.  During the Friday round, there will be an optional two-man best ball available to all members. Friday pairings may be formed by request and Saturday pairings will be based upon score.  Pairings will be announced at the dinner.  

     The Annual Business Meeting and Dinner will be held at Westbrook Country Club on Friday evening at 5:00 pm.  Luncheons will be served at the Club during your rounds.  These meals served gratis to all members.

 

Classification by Age

Class AA         80 & over

Class A           75 to 79

Class B           70 to 74

Class C           65 to 69

Class D           60 to 64

Class E           50 to 59

 

Prizes

The player with 36 Hole Low Gross will be declared Tournament Champion and receive a replica of the Ritter Trophy.  The player with Second 36 Hole Low Gross will be declared Tournament Runner-Up.  Major prizes will be awarded to the following, but only one to a player:

       a. Tournament Champion and Runner-Up

       b. Tournament Low Net Champion and Runner-Up

       c. Gross Champion in each Class

       d.  Net Champion in each Class

 

Entry Fee - $280 (Westbrook Members - $180)

Includes golf, cart, range, lunch and awards.  Please remit payment to:  Westbrook Country Club, c/o OSGA Treasurer, 1098 Springmill Street, Mansfield, OH 44906.  

 

 

 

WELCOME!

The Most Historic Senior Golf Tournament in Ohio.



The Ritter Trophy

 

George W. Ritter was an avid golfer and a long-time member of the Ohio Seniors Golf Association. He served as President in 1943 and 1944. He presented the Ohio Seniors with the handsome trophy to honor the champion of each annual tournament.

 

George W. Ritter passed away in June of 1979. His will read in part: "To the Ohio Seniors Golf Association, a sum sufficient to pay for an annual trophy to be a replica of the cup which I presented." The replicas are presented each year to the champion. The actual trophy remains on permanent display at the Westbrook Country Club.

 

George Ritter's bequest is kept in a separate investment account and the earnings are used to defray the cost of engraving and replicas.

 

Born in Vermillion, George W. Ritter spent most of his life as a well-respected attorney in Toledo. Although he is well remembered for his civic contributions, we shall honor him as one who made a significant impact on the Ohio Seniors Golf Association.

 

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