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Riehle Open On The Road Recap

Dec 18, 2015, 4:25 PM EDT

The Monogram Club was thrilled to take the Riehle Open on the road for the first time ever. Thanks to all the Monogram Club members and guests who competed during a fun-filled and gorgeous day on November 27 at TPC Harding Park in San Francisco!

Twelve foursomes took to the course on a cloudless day in the Bay Area and the quartet of Scott Woolwine (son of Jim Woolwine ’63 baseball), Tommy Wolfman, Eric Sande and Rich Gillern captured the tournament title with a 13-under par 59. The event was played under the best ball format.

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winning group

The winning foursome!

Finishing second with a 61 was the foursome comprised of Mike Harvey (‘85, manager), Anthony Talarico (’90, manager), Jeff Hasselman (’95, hockey) and Ricky Watters (football). The third-place group featured Thomas Kostelnik (’65, football), Danny Dressman (’07, baseball), Chuck Dressman, James Wardman and Lew Blakey. They posted a 66.

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It was a beautiful day to play on a great course!

Tommy Wolfman won the longest-drive contest on hole No. 9 and for that performance he received a wine package from Mirror Wine, the Napa Valley company owned by former Irish football great Rick Mirer (‘93).

Mirror Wine display

Mirror Wine, which is owned by Rick Mirer (’93, football), donated the prize for the longest drive competition.

Another Notre Dame quarterbacking legend, Ron Powlus (‘97), was the winner of the tournament’s closest-to-the-pin contest. Powlus came within four feet of the flag on hole No. 17.

Row Powlus ctp winner

Ron Powlus (’97, football) collected some Monogram Club Under Armour swag for winning the closest-to-the-pin contest.

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