Mast Park Has A Chilly First Ice Bowl

OK, so it in no way compares to the snowy, freezing Ice Bowls back east, but in terms of San Diego the weather at Sunday’s Mast Park Ice Bowl was

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Tournament Director Allen Risley (left) and Mast Park Ice Bowl Champion Jason Fitzgerald

 

chilly.  With temperatures staying in the 50’s and a breeze blowing all day, 57 players participated in the first organized tournament held at Mast Park.

 

Jason Fitzgerald had a wire-to-wire victory in the Open/Advanced division with a first round of 38 and a final 9 of just 19 throws for a 57 total.  Jason finished 5 throws ahead of Jerry Jones (62) and one more ahead of Jonathan Maki (63).  In the Ladies’ Open/Advanced division Allie Robles and Rianne Hamilton were tied after 27 holes at 76 strokes apiece.  The title was decided with a 90-foot CTP throw.  Rianne tossed it to within 5 feet of the basket, but then Allie threw within 3 feet for the win!

John Maki won the Men’s Intermediate/Recreational title with a total score of 63, just ahead of Jack Moffett (65) and Alfredo

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John Maki (left) and Kevin Rojas

Salazar (66).  The Maki family was also represented by John’s grandson Kevin Rojas, who won the Junior title.  Claire Kinder bested a field of four Ladies in the Intermediate/Recreational division, with her 86 beating second-place Shannon Mendia by 6 throws.

The big winners on Sunday, however, was the Santee Food Bank, which will be receiving a donation of $1,200 thanks to the Mast Park disc golfers.  Players purchased a large number of mulligan/raffle tickets to help support the cause.  Two big supporters were Jennifer and Don Burdette, who were rewarded for their generosity by winning both a mini Innova basket and a portable Innova Traveler.  They must have found a four-leafed clover on Sunday, because the luck rubbed off on Michelle Chambless.  Michelle left before the raffle and had Jennifer hold her tickets and when Michelle’s ticket was pulled Jennifer was there to claim her prize!

The Golden Sombrero Series winds up next weekend with the Mystery Ice Bowl on Saturday and the Balboa Ice Bowl on Sunday.

Junior Division
Player Round 1 Round 2 Total GS Points
Kevin Rojas 59 31 90 10
Aiden Odom 68 31 99 7
Daniel Jordan 72 37 109 5
Luke Jordan 74 36 110 4
Christopher Jordan 104 63 167 3
Ladies’ Intermediate/Recreational Division
Player Round 1 Round 2 Total GS Points
Claire Kinder 53 33 86 14
Shannon Mendia 58 34 92 9
Jennifer Burdette 63 36 99 7
Jeannie Hilley 66 34 100 6
Men’s Intermediate/Recreational Division
Player Round 1 Round 2 Total GS Points
John Maki 41 22 63 53
Jack Moffett 43 22 65 51
Alfredo Salazar 44 22 66 49
Bryan Tucker 46 25 71 41
Joe Sanchez 46 25 71 41
Christopher Leonard 47 25 72 39
Greg Arimura 47 27 74 34
James Sheppard 49 25 74 34
Jeremy Mulyck 47 27 74 34
Undray Johnson 47 28 75 32
Zach J 45 30 75 32
Tito Mendia 50 26 76 29
Dean Velasco 50 27 77 26
Hunter Morris 45 32 77 26
Victor Andrade 50 27 77 26
Ian Eells 52 26 78 24
Ramon Carter 48 31 79 23
No Name 56 28 84 18
Steve Jantz 57 27 84 18
Tyler Lowe 55 29 84 18
JeanPaul Jordan 53 32 85 16
Matt Jantz 57 28 85 16
Hunter Mannix 64 22 86 14
Collin Morris 58 30 88 13
Martin White 58 31 89 12
Michael Sloan 60 30 90 10
John Butterfield 46 DNF 999 2
Ladies’ Open/Advanced Division
Player Round 1 Round 2 Total GS Points
Allie Robles 49 27 76 29
Rianne Hamilton 49 27 76 29
Michelle Chambless 52 29 81 21
Men’s Open/Advanced Division
Player Round 1 Round 2 Total GS Points
Jason Fitzgerald 38 19 57 56
Jerry Jones 39 23 62 55
Jonathan Maki 40 23 63 53
Gage Sisco 43 22 65 51
Curtis Barnes 45 21 66 49
Derek Bisson 44 24 68 48
Chet Morse 46 24 70 45
Dean Porter 45 25 70 45
Don Burdette 44 26 70 45
James Barnes 47 24 71 41
Mike Lamb 47 24 71 41
Keith Conrad 48 24 72 39
Mason Hamilton 47 26 73 38
Patrick Franklin 45 29 74 34
Brandon Flores 49 29 78 24
Michael Slager 52 28 80 22
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Brengle Terrace Ice Bowl goes BIG!

The 2nd annual Ice Bowl @ Brengle Terrace Park was quite the event!! Jason Iocco and I would personally like send a big huge thank you to all the people and sponsors who made this event possible including.. Circles Edge Disc Golf, Discgolfvalues.com, Innova disc golf, Latitude 33 Brewing, SDSF, San Diego Aces, Express Printing, Crispys Donuts, Tap that, Steven Shimmin and Don Sandoval for there generous donations and every single player who attended.

With 92 people total (13 ladies and 8 juniors) we all were able to raise $3000 and 196 lb of food for the San Diego Food Bank.

The big winners of the event other than the Food Bank were Tracy Crowder in Advanced, Patrick Franklin in Intermediate, Cris Bangel in Recreational, Ian Hamnquist in junior’s and Elizabeth Silva in the ladies division.

This events means so much to us I cant thank you all enough!!! This was definitely one for the record books and who know what next year will bring!?!

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Co-TDs Jordan Hicks and Jason Iocco present the Brengle Terrace Ice Bowl donation to the North County Food Bank.

5th Annual Murrieta Ice Bowl

The 5th Annual Murrieta Ice Bowl presented by the Murrieta Rattlers Disc Golf Club and sponsored by Innova Disc Golf, Disc Golf Values.com  & Disc Golf United, had 50 golfers come to Mountain Pride Park in Murrieta to try and Conquer the Mountain! (OK, so having unlimited Mulligans available helps!) As always, Maxine Duncan, our clubs ‘Fairy Golf Mother’ organized another great event but was unable to see all the festivities as she was on her first day of well deserved beach vacation. I, Glenn Duncan ran the show in her absence with the help of former and current board members.

After 18 holes of play, 6 golfers turned in a score of 18 under par! They were Ryan Boggs (only 9 mulligans used!) Connor Duncan, Jim Lane, August Fabel, George Leopke and Dan Boe. An experimental Sudden Death play-off format was used where each player has a stack of 20 discs, throws from a baseline continuously until one goes in and declared the Tournament Champion! With the wind a factor, it took until the 3rd round to crown a winner and that was August Aaron Fabel!

The lone player in our Women’s division, Erin White, also got the only Ace on hole 3 and the Ace Pot of $76! The Ring of Fire had many happy winners and one golfer won a magnum of champagne donated by a local course resident, Karla, who we just love! One round was for a New Deluxe Innova Golf Bag for only those several golfers that didn’t have one yet. When that single disc hit the chains and all the rest fell to the grass, a huge cheer burst from the crowd as the new owner shook the bag in victory! It’s for moments like these that I do this. The raffle had so many donated items from golfers all over!  Trace French brought Discs and goodies from his Bakery in Palm Desert. Travis Giffin brought lots of great schwag from Ballast Pointe Brewing. The Innova Traveler basket was won by Mark Keith (the first to sign up…  Karma?) It was a good day if your name was George Loepke or John Clemmons, as each one had multiple wins drawn.

As for John Clemmons, the disc golf karma was in his favor. John has attended nearly every work day I have had at MP! He has moved pad materials, helped build many Paver tee pads and was there to dig concrete footings in July at 104 degrees! This sport needs more like him, I have sweated and laughed with him and I am proud to call him my friend. After all the Frisbees were done flying, I’m confident that over $1000.00 was raised for our charity, Community Food Pantry of Murrieta! I’ll post the exact total later. Thank you all, for it’s not a Party if nobody comes!

Speaking of Work Days… Next Saturday, Jan 21st is a 3 hour work day to benefit everyone who plays at Mountain Pride. It is from 9am to Noon and you will get a guaranteed pre-registration opportunity for a spot in the 3rd Annual ‘King of the Mountain!’ tournament Sat April 29th 2017 There will be lots of tools available and you can bring your own too. For those that miss the Jan date, there will be one more Work Day on Sat Feb 18th 9am to noon also. Pencil us in on your calendar! We are the PRIDE of Mountain Pride!

Glenn Duncan,

President Murrieta Rattlers DGC

Combined Standings (All Divisions Together)

Name Score Points
August Aaron Fabel 36 45
Jim Lane 36 42
Dan Boe 36 42
George Loepke 36 42
Travis Giffin 39 39
Logan Mason 39 39
John Clemmons 39 39
Ramon Carter 40 38
Sean Linder 41 37
Drew Sodergren 42 36
Christopher Leonard 43 35
A.J. Risley 44 30
Erin White 44 30
Trace French 44 30
Andrew Evens 44 30
Joe Leopke 44 30
Derek Bisson 45 26
Jaime Mendez 45 26
Zach deGraaff 45 26
Todd Lerner 45 26
Keith Conrad 46 24
Ryan McHenry 46 24
John Greer 47 23
Kevin Shaw 48 22
Carlos Montenoe 49 19
Derek Lorenz 49 19
Mark Keith 49 19
Lawrence Mendoza 50 18
Jerry Newey 52 16
Sam Richardson 52 16
Terry Cline 53 12
David Kalata 53 12
Steven McDaniel 53 12
Michael Lopez 53 12
Patrick Kelly 54 10
David McDaniel 54 10
Casey Jeske 55 9
Derrick Stockhauser 56 7
Gabe Canales 56 7
Remington Grajeda 57 4
Eric Wood 57 4
William Gayk 57 4
No Name 59 3
Garrett Adamek 63 2
Nicholas McDonald 64 0
Brad Popovich 64 0

Standings After the First Week

The first week of play in the 2017 Golden Sombrero Series of Ice Bowls saw events held at Ford Park in Redlands and Colina Park Golf Course in San Diego.  Mike Lamb is in first place so far with a total of 82 points, followed by Eric Ducharme with 78 points.  A.J. Risley and Greg “Cheeky” Arimura are tied for third with 71 points and Trey McKelvey rounds out the top five with 61 points.  Full standings can be found on this page.

In case you were wondering, points are awarded to players for every player they beat at a Golden Sombrero event.  Mike’s lead comes from beating 38 players at Redlands and another 44 at Colina Park.  A player’s top 4 event point totals are counted towards the Golden Sombrero Series championship, with the winner receiving an Innova portable Discatcher Traveller basket and the customary gold-painted and embellished sombrero.

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2010 Golden Sombrero Series top finishers:  Patrick Paramore, 2nd pl. (left) and A.J. Risley, 1st pl. (right)

 

First Weekend of 2017 Golden Sombrero Series = Big Success!

The 2017 Golden Sombrero Series kicked

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off over the weekend with events at Ford Park in Redlands and Colina Park Golf Course in San Diego.  The two Ice Bowls had 59 and 62 players, respectively and raised a ton of money for local charities (Redlands = $1,896, Colina Park = $1,010).  And of course, lots of fun was had by the participants!

At Redlands, Carl Renda bested local George Leopke

by scoring 22 under par for 20 holes!  Redlands Family Services may end up adding a wing to their building with Carl’s name on it! In the “Metal or Nada” portion of the contest, Rob Benkowski and Eric “Drick” Ducharme each hit an ace to tie for that title.  Thanks to all who participated!

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Sunday’s Ice Bowl at Colina Park has 62 players with a Ladies’ field of six and five Juniors!  After 27 holes played under bright blue skies (75 degrees), the division champions were Trey McKelvey

(Open/Advanced), Christian Cullen (Intermediate/Rec), Pam Vaughn (Ladies) and Aiden Odom (Juniors).  Many thanks to the staff at Colina Park Golf Course and the Pro Kids Academy for hosting the event!

The Golden Sombrero Series continues next weekend with events at Prado Regional Park in Chino on Saturday and Mountain Pride Park in Murrieta on Sunday.  Look for registration details on DiscGolfU.com.

 

First Weekend of Golden Sombrero Events = Big Success

The 2017 Golden Sombrero Series kicked

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George Loepke (left) TD Bill Maury-Holmes (center) 2017 Champion Carl Renda (right)

off over the weekend with events at Ford Park in Redlands and Colina Park Golf Course in San Diego.  The two Ice Bowls had 59 and 62 players, respectively and raised a ton of money for local charities (Redlands = $1,896, Colina Park = $1,010).

At Redlands, Carl Renda bested local George Leopke

by scoring 22 under par for 20 holes!  Redlands Family Services may end up adding a wing to their building with Carl’s name on it! In the “Metal or Nada” portion of the contest, Rob Benkowski and Eric “Drick” Ducharme each hit an ace to tie for that title.  Thanks to all who participated!

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2017 Colina Park Ice Bowl Ladies’ trophy (photo credit – Pam Vaughn)

Sunday’s Ice Bowl at Colina Park has 62 players with a Ladies’ field of six and five Juniors!  After 27 holes played under bright blue skies (75 degrees), the division champions were Trey McKelvey

(Open/Advanced), Christian Cullen (Intermediate/Rec), Pam Vaughn (Ladies) and Aiden Odom (Juniors).  Many thanks to the staff at Colina Park Golf Course and the Pro Kids Academy for hosting the event!

The Golden Sombrero Series continues next weekend with events at Prado Regional Park in Chino on Saturday and Mountain Pride Park in Murrieta on Sunday.  Look for registration details on DiscGolfU.com.

 

The 2017 Ice Bowl Season is here!

2017 is here, and that means….Ice Bowl season!  In Southern California that means it’s Golden Sombero time.  This is the tenth year that local Ice Bowls in SoCal have banded together under the Golden Sombrero banner.  What does that mean?  Well, it means a whole new batch of cool Golden Sombrero-stamped Innova discs (probably more different molds and plastics than we have ever seen in the series), a brand-new points race to see who will win the Golden Sombrero “trophy” (and portable basket) and a chance to raise lots of money for our local food bank charities.

Here’s the schedule for 2017:

Brengle Terrace Ice Bowl a Smashing Success!

[Many thanks to Jordan Hicks for this write-up!]

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Brengle Terrace Ice Bowl players – under threatening skies

Expecting weather, and with Brengle being a tough course, we figured it was going to be a long day. However, that wasn’t the case. We had cards finishing up at about 2 and half hours a round. Starting our round at 9:25 am, we had a play-off, awards, a few rounds of ring of fire and the raffle all wrapped up by 2:00 pm.

Congratulations to James Geddes for hitting an ace on hole 15 (normal 13)! I believe this was his first ace and he did it during a tournament! Congratulations as well to Scott Miller for hitting an ace on hole 1! As we all know, both of these holes are no easy ace so great job to those guys!

At the 1st Annual Brengle Terrace Park Ice Bowl we offered three divisions for players to choose from: Advanced, Intermediate, and Recreational. The Rec division was the biggest field with 31 players, followed by Intermediate with 20 and Advanced with 12.

Raffle and mulligan purchases went a long way to boost our

Top finishers

Top finishers

donation to the San Diego Food Bank. Unusually, the raffle prizes were pretty evenly spread throughout the field. Some of the most notable moments are when myself (Jordan Hicks) and Scott Miller wasted 6 and 13 mulligans (respectively) on hole 12 (normal 10) only to take a par. Mulligans made the round more interesting for more people than just Jordan and Scott; Kurt Hollar used 6 on Hole 11 (normal 9), Keith Hutson used 8 on Hole 13 (normal 11), Joseph Jones used 6 on Hole 15 (normal 13), Nolan Williams used 5 on Hole 3, and Mark Stutzman used 8 on Hole 10 (normal 8) – all five walked away with a par. Another highlight of the day that you can’t forget is how A.J. Risley shot a perfect round with -18!

And the verdict, after 18 holes…

ADVANCED

PLACE NAME MULLIGAN STROKE ACTUAL SCORE
1 A.J. Risley 13 36 -18
2 Scott Miller 23 37 -17
3 Nate Roode 13 39 -15
4 Eric Ducharme 23 44 -10
5 Drew Sodergren 17 45 -9
6 Daniel Flores 8 46 -8
T6 Derek Bisson 8 46 -8
8 Jesse Henderson 21 47 -7
9 Aubrey Daniels 23 48 -6
10 Allen Risley 13 52 -2
11 Derrick Stockhausen 8 56 +2
12 Greg Arimura 13 63 +8

 

INTERMEDIATE

PLACE NAME MULLIGAN STROKE ACTUAL SCORE
1 Jordan Hicks 13 44 -10
T1 Tom Vincent 17 44 -10
3 Zachary Carmen 11 46 -8
T3 Darrin Fleming 19 46 -8
5 Ben Smith 6 47 -7
6 Brad North 22 48 -6
7 Daunty Trager 14 49 -5
T7 David Patrick 3 49 -5
T7 William Cosgrove 3 49 -5
10 Nolan Williams 23 50 -4
T10 Rolando Reyes 6 50 -4
T10 Joe Joe Amaya 6 50 -4
13 Kurtis Hollar 17 51 -3
14 Robert Eames 23 52 -2
T14 Connor Hamnquist 3 52 -2
T14 Jeff Gerboth 2 52 -2
T14 Glen Berg 5 52 -2
18 Liz Patrick 3 57 +3
T18 Le Andre Bailey 3 57 +3
20 Hayden Wolf 3 59 +5

 

RECREATIONAL

PLACE NAME MULLIGAN STROKE ACTUAL SCORE
1 Kris Martinez 20 42 -12
2 Hudson Elliott 22 45 -9
3 Keith Hutson 17 46 -8
4 James Geddes 17 47 -7
5 Joseph Jones 23 49 -5
6 Chad Holiman 18 51 -3
7 Cris Bangaoil 13 52 -2
T7 Miguel Ambriz 13 52 -2
T7 Calvin Otjen 3 52 -2
T7 Lawrence Mendoza 9 52 -2
T7 Mark Stutzman 22 52 -2
12 Mike Frey 13 53 -1
T12 David Neria 13 53 -1
14 Ray Carter 10 54 0
15 Thomas Hamblin 3 55 +1
16 Brent Geston 0 56 +2
T16 Robert Goodale 9 56 +2
T16 Daniel Solis 3 56 +2
19 Emilio Mateo 19 57 +3
20 David Zoquiapa 5 58 +4
21 Ryan McCarthy 8 59 +5
T21 Dutch Beaston 3 59 +5
23 Joe Eukovich 10 60 +6
24 Justin Dalglish 3 61 +7
25 David Wilson 13 62 +8
T25 Eddie Quinones 0 62 +8
27 Jeramy Carmichael 2 63 +9
28 Kristina Davison 13 66 +12
29 Lisa Lisa Brown 6 71 +17
30 Thomas Quintana DNF DNF DNF
31 Christopher Romano DNF DNF DNF

 

No Wimps, No Whiners at La Mirada!

So, the motto for the nationwide Ice Bowl Series of disc golf events is “No Wimps – No Whiners”.  That motto grew out of the roots of the events in Missouri, where January and February weather usually has some snow on the ground (and cold temperatures).  The idea being that the players are out on the course having fun, but there are people going hungry in their communities, so players don’t really have much to complain about.  At La Mirada, players were joining together to raise funds for Pathways of Hope, the local food bank charity.

In SoCal we usually don’t have cold and snowy weather for our Ice Bowls (except for Wrightwood!), but this time we made up for it with WIND and RAIN!

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Rainy Players Meeting at the “Poolside Pavilion” [Photo credit – West Coast Disc Golf]

The crew that showed up and then finished the La Mirada Ice Bowl were in no way wimps or whiners.  With temperatures in the low to mid 50’s, steady rain for the first 18 holes and winds in the 20-30 mph range for most of the event, they showed that they were a hardy bunch.  Part of what made the day manageable for some players may have been the cups and cups of chili that they had to eat!  Ten players also participated as chefs in the Golden Sombrero Series’ first chili cook-off, and there were some great entries.  Tournament players were each given five votes in the contest, which they could give all to one chili or spread across multiple entries.  Players stopped for a break in the Pro Shop to slurp chili and debate their ingredients and styles in between rounds.  In the end, Justin Rosales was judged to be the best chili chef and for his skill (and labor) he won the 1st prize:  a Discatcher Traveler portable basket.

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Open/Advanced Champ Chris Pinegar, Jr. [Photo credit – West Coast Disc Golf]

And there was also some disc golf!  50 players showed up to tee off at 9am in a steady rain.  After several hours of rain, wind and mulligans, Christopher Pinegar came out on top in the Open/Advanced division with a score of 93.5 for 36 holes.  .5 you ask?  Yes.  An extra twist added to the tournament rules was that shots that landed under the basket (inside or touching the DG circle found on most holes) only counted as half a stoke for the drop-in putt.  As you can see from the scores (reported below) lots of players had .5’s on their scorecard.  Christopher ended with a 5-shot margin over second place Aubrey Daniels (98.5), who is also in second place in the Golden Sombrero Series standings.  Tyler Randal was third (99.5) while Gilbert Corona and Josh Kirkendall (104.5) tied for fourth.

In the Men’s Intermediate/Recreational division Kevin Ascheri took the win with a score of 108, just

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Drop-in for half a stroke! [Photo credit – Josh Kirkendall]

ahead of Derek Kurtti (109.5) in second.  Bryan Jensen and Erich Painter tied for third.  In the Ladies’ division, Daisy Barrientos didn’t finish all 36 holes but she started, which was enough to take the Ladies’ title.

There was an ace prize offered – a Discatcher Traveler for a player getting an ace.  Understandably on such a windy, rainy day…there were no aces.  But there were some 1.5’s (tee shots parked under the basket).  Eddie Andrique, Kevin Ascheri, Gilbert Corona and Chad Weuve all carded 1.5’s during play and settled the tie with a windy CTP shot over the bleachers by the Pro Shop to the practice basket.  Chad Weuve was up second and put his shot within 15 feet to take home the basket.

Based on reactions from the players afterward, the combo Ice Bowl/Chili Contest was a winner (the chili really came in handy on a cold, wet, windy day) and you can expect it to happen again next year.  The ample raffle may have also helped lift spirits, with prizes donated from Upper Park Designs, West Coast Disc Golf, Discovering the World, and Innova Disc Golf.

Full Results: 
Men's Open/Advanced Division 
Place    Name                 Round 1  Round 2   Total
1     Christopher Pinegar       47      46.5      93.5
2     Aubrey Daniels           45.5      53       98.5
3     Tyler Randall             48      51.5      99.5
T4    Gilbert Corona           48.5      56      104.5
T4    Josh Kirkendall           51      53.5     104.5
T6    Drew Sodergren            48       58        106
T6    Chris Pinegar            53.5     52.5       106
8     Carl Renda               55.5      52      107.5
9     Chad Weuve               54.5     53.5       108
10    Tom Ulibarri             54.5      55      109.5
11    A.J. Risley              57.5      53      110.5
12    Mike Lamb                56.5      55      111.5
13    Philip Konan             54.5      61      115.5
14    Andrew Speth              56      60.5     116.5
15    Scott Kay                 55      62.5     117.5
16    Michael Degonia          56.5     64.5       121
17    Derrick Stockhausen       51       72        123
18    Tyler Mullen             63.5     64.5       128
19    Patrick Witting          65.5     70.5       136
20    Manuel Nettles                               DNF
20    Tyler Capen                                  DNF
20    Victor Balta                                 DNF
 
Men's Intermediate/Recreational Division 
Place     Name               Round 1   Round 2   Total
1     Kevin Ascheri            54.5     53.5       108
2     Derek Kurtti              54      55.5     109.5
T3    Bryan Jensen             52.5     58.5       111
T3    Erich Painter            57.5     53.5       111
5     Eddie Arinduque           53       62        115
6     Eric Russell              58      60.5     118.5
7     William Marion            61       61        122
8     Jason Nagro               58       65        123
9     Aaron Smith               61      64.5     125.5
10    Augustine Feuerborn      58.5     67.5       126
11    Dwayne Allen              60      67.5     127.5
T12   Thomas Hamblin            61      67.5     128.5
T12   Nate Feuerborn           58.5      70      128.5
14    Jonathon Witherspoon     64.5     64.5       129
15    "No Name"                 63      67.5     130.5
16    Javier Roman              63       69        132
17    Ruben Vasquez            63.5      69      132.5
18    Rudy Sather              65.5     75.5       141
19    Ramon Carter             69.5      72      141.5
20    Le Andre Bailey          69.5      78      147.5
21    Don Johnson              58.5                DNF
22    Dino Bartoli                                 DNF
22    Anthony Suarez                               DNF
22    Justin Rosales                               DNF
22    John Rosales                                 DNF
22    Joshua Van Willigan                          DNF
22    Chris Bond                                   DNF
 
Ladies' Division 
Place    Name              Round 1 Round 2       Total
1     Daisy Barrientos                             DNF