Kingston, WA- Team Jzyk pulled off a miracle win during the 5th Annual Father’s Day Open. The foursome compromised of Brian Jzyk, Thad Becker, Jesse Durham, and Travis Pope might have had the lamest team name but blew away the rest of the field with a 10 under par 62. “I thought Jzyk meant ‘Birdie’ in German” stated tournament organizer JR Greene. “Whatever it means, they definitely came to play today”
The closest team on the heals of Jzyk’s crew was ‘Beers to Tears’ with a 8 under 64 while team ‘Serious Fun’ came in on the backside of the field with a disappointing 78.
Women’s closest to the pin winner was Ashlee Schindler and Kiersten Christensen had the longest drive for the ladies.
Men’s closest to the pin was won by Mike Hunt and Matt Finch. Which is interesting because nobody named ‘Mike Hunt’ was registered in the field. Long drives were won by Steve Alseth and Aaron Palmer for successfully hitting it passed the red tees.
The celebration and awards were presented on stage at The Filling Station in Kingston where the winning team of course chugged a pitcher of beer from the FDO cup.