This year we were blessed to have three people step up and underwrite the registration cost for charities and their teams to participate in the 2016 Quakerdale Winter Classic ProAm year-end fundraiser.
Our 2016 Day Sponsors
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On behalf of everyone at Quakerdale and Beaver Hills Country Club …
This year we had just two professional teams competing for participating charities as businesses.
Our Silver Medalist Team had 4 participants, shot an even Par 288, had 4 participants subscribe to the Quakerdale Winter Classic Newsletter, and had 4 participants subscribe to the National Alliance for Mental Illness, Black Hawk County Newsletter, for a total of 800 Tournament Points.
Teri M (362)
Jessica J (363)
Schae S (364)
William K (365)
Our Gold Medalist Team had 5 participants, shot an even Par 288, had 4 participants subscribe to the Quakerdale Winter Classic Newsletter, and had 5 participants subscribe to the Hope4Healing Newsletter, for a total of 975 Tournament Points.
Beth Ann C (486)
Warren T (487)
Lisa T (488)
(566) Lisa L
This year three teams competed in the Amateur Division.
Two teams tied for second place in this division. Both Medalist Teams had 4 participants, shot an even Par 288, had 4 participants subscribe to the Quakerdale Winter Classic Newsletter, and had 4 participants subscribe to the Hope4Healing Newsletter, for a total of 800 Tournament Points.
A coin toss at the Awards Dessert will determine Bronze and Silver Medalists.
H4H, Darlene Fitkin (88)
Darlene F (382)
Leah N (383)
Laura L (384)
Danae G (385)
H4H, Jeannette M (108)
Jeannette M (461)
Nicole I (462)
Bob T (464)
Shanquez K (465)
Our Gold Medalist Team had 13 participants, shot a 9 under-Par 279, had 7 participants subscribe to the Quakerdale Winter Classic Newsletter, had 12 participants subscribe to the Hope4Healing Newsletter, and raised $459.00, for a total of 3,734 Tournament Points.
Smith’s, Dan & Suzie (100)
Andy S (427)
Allen S (428)
Shelby S (429)
(562) Jim & Bev S
(563) Sheffi W
(564) Craig J
(565) Dave L
(572) Eiklenborg Salvage
(574) Rick & Deb M
This year 71 teams competed in the Charity Division.
Our Bronze Medalist Team had 8 participants, shot a 7 under-Par 281, had 5 participants subscribe to the Quakerdale Winter Classic Newsletter, had 6 participants subscribe to the Hope4Healing Newsletter, and raised $371.00, for a total of 2,446 Tournament Points.
H4H, Waterloo RDT (110)
Darren Y (470)
Dave H (471)
Open Slot (504)
(533) Dave S
(535) Kenneth R
(571) Ashley Irene T
Our Silver Medalist Team had 6 participants, shot a 11 under-Par 277, had 3 participants subscribe to the Quakerdale Winter Classic Newsletter, had 3 participants subscribe to the Quakerdale Newsletter, and raised $554.00, for a total of 2,554 Tournament Points.
Quakerdale, Team 5 (70)
Doug H (321)
Jim B (322)
Jess W (323)
Open Slot (513)
(556) Jessica D
(557) Laura I
Our Gold Medalist Team had 10 participants, shot a 6 under-Par 282, had 4 participants subscribe to the Quakerdale Winter Classic Newsletter, had 10 participants subscribe to the Quakerdale Newsletter, and raised $331.00, for a total of 2,781 Tournament Points.
TC Young Guns 2 (72)
Joie C (330)
Sherry V (331)
Tyler C (333)
(536) Lu Ann S
(523) Nancy S
(525) Amy W
(534) Diana T
(537) Steve V
(522) Linda D
Congratulations to all our division medalists. We hope to see you at the Awards Desert to receive your medals.
Of the 363 people who participated in the 2016 Quakerdale Winter Classic ProAm, 286 qualified to compete for Tournament Champion and started out with an even-Par 72 golf score. Of those who qualified, 39 were able to raise $50 or more to provide themselves the opportunity to reduce strokes on holes of their choice, and thus improve their golf score. Here’s how the top 39 ‘golfers’ finished:
24 players raised the minimum of $50 and were able to lower their score to a 1-under 71 and a tie for 16th place.
Six players raised at least $100 and were able to lower their score to a 2-under 70, tying for 10th place.
Three players raised $150 or more, lowered their score to a 3-under 69, and finished in 7th place.
Two players, Doug H (323) and RTalbot (325), both raised $200, lowered their score to a 4-under 68, and tied for 5th place.
Jim B (322) raised $250, lowered his score to a 5-under 67, and finished in 4th place.
This Year’s Trophy Winners are:
Third Place, and Second Runner-Up:
Dan Whitehead, Shell, Ecuador
Raised $300 and shot a 6-under 66
Second Place, and First Runner-Up:
Dave Holm, Waterloo, Iowa
Raised $350 and shot a 7-under 65
First Place, and 2016 Tournament Champion
Dan Smith, Aplington, Iowa
Raised $450 and shot a 9-under 63
We hope to see our Tournament Champions at the Award Desert so we can present them their trophies in person. I’m not sure how that will work for Dan Whitehead. He might have to make arrangements to have someone accept on his behalf. Even though he is a pilot, the 3,165 mile one-way flight might be a little too much! If you would like to see the official 2016 Quakerdale Winter Classic ProAm Tournament Champion Leaderboard — CLICK HERE!
Today I received a letter from a former employee of Quakerdale. In the context of the letter he mentioned the value of Quakerdale to the kids that he served in his tenure. I can attest that when people know you are from Quakerdale they come and they tell you how their life was impacted by it. Maybe personally or a family member or friend who made important changes in their lif
e. They received the things they needed to “become.”
I’ve had people on the street, at conferences, in campgrounds and through social media share their stories of growth. It is inspiring!
How great it is to be a part of a place that helps people “become.”
As 2017 is about to begin Quakerdale is seeing sweeping changes. Are they changes we want? Usually not, because we like good things to stay just like they are!
The nature of things is to change. We must stretch beyond the comfort of where we are today in order to meet the calling of God for us tomorrow.
It is a bittersweet activity!
Today I reflect on the people we have interacted with for decades and I celebrate them!
I revel in their “good”ness for children! I think of the miracles we have witnessed in lives changed.
I ponder how many generations of children and children’s children have been impacted by the changed lives through Quakerdale.
I celebrate the super individuals who have shared their lives by working at Quakerdale with our kids.
I consider how our workers made our world better. How they made me better!
Let us celebrate what was and move forward into what will be in 2107 and never forget to share the good news of how Quakerdale has made a difference! Even better let’s look forward with anticipation how God will work through us in the years and decades to come!
Have a Merry Christmas and a great 2017 and I hope you will keep Quakerdale in your prayers! God is doing a great work here!