Grand Blanc, MI – After an unprecedented halt in play, the Club Car Spring Scramble presented by GolfStatus was finally able to kick off the season on Monday, June 15. The tournament was a one day, four-man scramble at Warwick Hills Golf & Country Club in Grand Blanc, Michigan. It was an all day affair while 40 teams battled for a first place team prize of $2,200. It was a long awaited day, and both the staff and competitors were excited to be back on the course.
The winning team consisted of two PGA members from the Marriott at Eagle Crest Resort—Wes Blevins and Mark McInnis, and two amateurs, Jeremy Klosowski and James Piot. This team pulled ahead of the four-way tie at 15-under by one stroke with their 16-under finish. This great round consisted of 14 birdies and one eagle and was especially impressive considering the very tough hole locations. One of the teams that finished just one shot back at -15 included the host team from Warwick Hills with professionals Doug Brody, Tyler Nunn, Darren Husse and Jason Guss.
We would like to thank all 40 teams for participating in this year’s Club Car Spring Scramble presented by GolfStatus. We would also like to thank our host professional Doug Brody as well as his staff. The participants were pleased to see how great of shape the course was in. Warwick Hills executed the day fabulously, with good food and drinks for all 160 participants.
Finally, we would like to thank our sponsors for this event, Club Car and specifically the team from Midwest Golf & Turf who is a long time sponsor with this being the 29th year as well as GolfStatus which allowed live scoring updates throughout the event. Our two sponsors not only helped fund money for the purse, but really added to the overall quality of the event. GolfStatus’s live scoring app turned out to be a huge success as teams could check the ever-changing leaderboard as they played. Midwest Golf & Turf had a group playing in the event and even offered a Hole-in-One Club Car on number seventeen. The contributions of both sponsors, Warwick Hills, and the participants truly made this event a success.