Three individuals whose names resonate in their corner of the Wisconsin golf world were inducted into the Wisconsin State Golf Association Hall of Fame during a ceremony Saturday night at Blue Mound G&CC in Wauwatosa.
The Madison golfer shoots a 6-under-par 65 and climbs 10 spots to finish tied for 21st at 7-under 206.
Weber, a West Salem dentist, follows up a 65 with a 68 and wins his first WSGA individual title by three shots over Madison Men's City champion.
OREGON -- Onalaska's Joe Weber shot a 7-under-par 65 and took a two-shot lead over former University of Wisconsin golfer Garrett Jones after one round of the WSGA State Mid-Amateur Championship at the Legend at Bergamont GC.
MEQUON -- Ramiro Romo was solid in the middle of his round Tuesday and it earned the Burlington golfer a victory in the shootout that was the WSGA Senior Amateur Championship at Ozaukee CC.
The former Madison La Follette golfer shoots 67-72 to rally from four shots behind over Wednesday's 36-hole finale and beat the University of Dayton golfer by one shot at North Shore CC in Mequon.
Jones shoots a second-round 70 and, with a 5-under-par 139 total, moves one shot ahead of University of Dayton senior Phillip Johnson, who also shot 70, entering the marathon final day at North Shore CC in Mequon with former Badger David Roesch (70), now a teaching professional in Milwaukee, and mini-tour player Kaylor Steger (71) of Mount Pleasant another shot back.
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Schuman shoots 2-under-par 70 in the final round to finish the 72-hole event at 7-under 281, five shots behind champion Frank Esposito of New Jersey, to earn exemptions into the final stage of PGA Tour Champions Qualifying School.
SCOTTSDALE, Arizona -- Jim Schuman took the good with the bad Saturday and set himself up for what could be a memorable Sunday at the Senior PGA Professionals Championship.
The Madison native fell three spots into a tie for fifth place at 4-under-par 140 — five shots behind leader Steve Schneiter of Sandy, Utah, halfway through the 72-hole event.
The Madison native and former University of Wisconsin men's golf coach makes five birdies and one bogey on the Cochise Course at Desert Mountain Resort to play his way into contention at the 29th gather of PGA of America members age 50 and older.
The Madison native and teaching professional from Blue Mound G&CC shoots a final-round 74 and, at 4-under-par 212 for the 54-hole event, hodls off Ryan Helminen of Ridgeway CC in Neenah to win by four shots for his fourth WPGA title and first since winning his third in five years in 2005.