OSWEGO — The John J. Lisk Memorial Pro-Member Golf Tournament was held at Oswego Country Club on Monday.

John Lisk was the club’s head professional from 1950-1985 and professional emeritus for many years after that.

Seventeen teams led by their professional or amateur captains teed off on the course which, despite the heavy rains, was extremely playable thanks to the work of Scott Peters, Neal Pitcher, and their crew.

The format was one scratch score and one net score per team per hole.

The team of Alex Smith (pro), Matt Bacon, Bruce Knowlton, and Mark Mayo won the team competition with a total score of 126 strokes.

The professional competition was won by recent Roberts Wesleyan golfer and graduate, Oswego’s Alec Kunzwiler.

The Tournament was run by PGA Professional Ryne Varney. Golfers enjoyed a meal provided by Ray Jock and Tammy Murphy of LaP&T at OCC.

Team Competition

1st place: Alex Smith (pro captain), Matt Bacon, Bruce Knowlton, Mark Mayo (126).

2nd place: Ryne Varney (pro captain), Jeff Hoefer, Paul Kemper, Brian George (128).

3rd: Alec Kunzwiler (amateur captain), Paul Kunzwiler, Jerry Brown, Lyle Baxter (128).

4th: Trey Walewski (pro captain), Kyle Ridlon, Bill Carhart, Mike Lane (128).

5th: Dan Mort (amateur captain), Pete Donovan, Don Sawyer, Chris Mosbo (129).

6th: Ryan Reynolds, Jack Conners, Bob McCrobie, Larry Heintz (129).

Professional Competition

1st place: Alec Kunzwiler, Oswego CC, 67.

2nd place: Kevin McCarthy, Calvary Club, 74.

3rd place: Trey Walewski, Highland Park, 74.

4th place: Mel Baum, Liverpool, 74.

5th place: Ryne Varney, Oswego CC, 76.

6th place: Brian Smith, Calvary Club, 76.

7th place: Joe Tesori, Pompey, 76.

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