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 recent Marquette graduate, who will attend law school this fall, edges Eau Claire mini-tour golfer Kelly Kretz, also a former Golden Eagle, by one shot.
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- Osceola's Charlie Danielson shoots 68-68, misses U.S. Open berth by three shots at Springfield, Ohio sectional
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The Platteville native, who had taken a job in southern California, returns home as group director of golf -- filling role previously held by Richerson, whose PGA of America duties will require extensive travel away from Kohler's properties.