Tribune staff reports
The team of Jason Bukowski, Joie Bukowski, Jami Parks and Roger Chasteen combined to score 55 and place first in the 36th annual Dr. “Bud” Graessle Golf Scramble on June 29 at Shadowood Golf Course in Seymour.
Warren Forgey, the scramble’s chairman, recently reported that 164 golfers participated in the event, which during the past 36 years has awarded more than $510,000 from the Dr. “Bud” Nursing Scholarship Fund.
The following teams were awarded golf prizes:
First: (55) Jason Bukowski, Joie Bukowski, Jami Parks and Roger Chasteen.
Second: (57) Jeff Olsen, Lenny Ziegler, Brenda Gridley and Tony Prickel.
Third: (59) Justin Birk, Andy Cress, Erik Fromm and Mitch Herring.
Fourth: (59) Dr. David Laitinen, Bill Bevers, Al Brittingham and Jerry Mincy.
Fifth: (60) Tony McKinney, Duke Hampton, Chuck Brackemyre and Ian McPherson.
Sixth: (61) Ken Valente, Steve Frakes, Rick Meyer and Rex Meyer.
Seventh: (61) Brandon Goecker, Dr. Barry Downing, George Covey and Daniel Willaert.
Longest drive women (ninth hole): Cara Stuckey
Longest drive men (18th hole): Trey Pfund
Closest to pin women (13th hole): Lisa Zike
Closest to pin men (second hole): Tony Prickel
Longest putt women (fifth hole): Janelle Smagala
Longest putt men (fifth hole): Duke Hampton
All proceeds from the golf scramble provide scholarships for registered nursing students in Jackson, Jennings, Scott and Washington counties.
Individuals awarded Dr. “Bud” Scholarships this year include Baleigh Allman, Ivy Tech Community College; Rachel Amlung, Bellarmine University; Shelby Bullard, Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis; Hannah Burbrink, Indiana University-Purdue University Columbus; Ariel Burton, IUPUC; Taylor Cruz, IUPUC; Beth Godfrey, Purdue University; Amy Hehman, University of Indianapolis; Mia Klaes, Anderson University; Aeriel Pettit, IUPUC; Brilynn Roberts, IUPUC; Brooke Stanton, IUPUI; Miranda Stuckwisch, Ball State University; Jami Vondielingen, Ivy Tech Community College; Allison Voss, University of Indianapolis; Allison Warren, University of Indianapolis; and Bryce Werskey, Indiana State University.