On a stormy day that turned tragically deadly in Pilger, NENSGA completed play at Club 91 in Leigh, Ne. Our Minds and prayers were in Pilger and the surrounding area as we completed our Tournament.MariBeth ran a great tournament with an outstanding meal. Scores were good for the stormy windy conditions, and play was delayed for a little over an hour, but we got it in before any additional rain.
Dave Claussen and Russ Mckillip shot the best round at 66 to take the First flight. a 75 by Kampscneider and Blum took the second flight, A 79 by Zeisler and Lutt took the third, and Hoffart and Doolittle took the fourth with an 84. The Golf Courses are still struggling with winter kill, but every week we see big improvement. Hartington is about 95% and should be a really good track. The tournament is full, and Randolph has a few openings left, so send your entries today to ensure your place.
NENSGA had several people in harms way from the storms. I am not in tune with everyone, but I know that Barry Meyer and his Family were safe after quite a scare, as the tornados were headed directly at his home. His Partner, Steve Sill did have his farm take a direct hit, and his renter was in the Basement and was OK.Steve said that insurance will cover his losses, so he is grateful no one was hurt. If we have other members who had damage, please let us know so we can see if we can help in any way.
So we are on to Hartington, and I am anxious to see everyone again. A crisis always pulls us together, and this is no exception!