The results have been tallied and the champion set a record.
Springbrook and Naperbrook Golf Courses hosted the 2012 Naperville Men’s City Championship on July 28 and 29. Ryan Miller, the defending 2011 champion, won the 2012 Championship Flight with a Round 1 score of 68 and a Round 2 score of 70, breaking the tournament record for lowest total score.
“Ryan Miller is to be congratulated on his outstanding performance,” said Naperville Park District Director of Golf Ed Provow. “Miller’s six under par score of 138 is the lowest score in the 38-year history of the Naperville Men’s City tournament.”
The winners of Flights A – E are as follows:
Flight A Dave Clark Rd 1 65 Rd 2 72 Total 137
Flight B Tony Holguin Rd 1 64 Rd 2 66 Total 130
Flight C Brian Trout Rd1 62 Rd2 66 Total 128
Flight D Mike Ducato Rd1 70 Rd 2 62 Total132
Flight E Brad Seberhagen Rd1 66 Rd2 59 Total 125
For a complete listing of the results, visit www.springbrookgolfcourse.org or www.naperbrookgolfcourse.org.
Photo courtesy Naperville Park District
About Springbrook and Naperbrook Golf Courses: Springbrook and Naperbrook Golf Courses are owned by the Naperville Park District and operate as an enterprise fund, meaning that no tax dollars are used for their funding. Founded in 1974, Springbrook Golf Course features a challenging, 18-hole championship golf course, a 28-stall natural turf driving range, two practice putting greens and a short game practice green with bunkers. Naperbrook Golf Course opened in 1991 and offers a links-style, par-72, 18-hole course, a 10-acre driving range, a separate lesson tee, and 2 practice putting greens. Golf lessons are taught by experienced, on-staff professionals at both courses. Each clubhouse features a golf shop, a food service area that serves a wide variety of snacks and beverages, and a relaxing outdoor patio. Both Springbrook and Naperbrook Golf Courses have been recognized by Golf Digest as among the “Top Places to Play.”