By Marco Spellacy
Stuttgart Golf Course
The All-Services Golf Championship took place June 23-25 at the Stuttgart Golf Course, Kornwestheim, Germany, 7,075 yards. Service members and civilians competed to be the best golfer in the European U.S. military community. In addition to the title, the champion of the tournament received $500 and all other flight winners took home $400.
Champion: Jordan Holifield – 76-66-76 gross score (no handicap applied)
Holifield, an 18-year-old college freshman-to-be, shot a course record of 6-under par 66 on the first day’s second round, where contestants played 36-holes on a hot and blustery day. Holifield beat Joe Ferrall of Ramstein Air Force Base handily who finished second low gross. His 66 consisted of six birdies, and an eagle to break the record by four shots.
Low Gross Holifield, Jordan 76-66-76 (72-62-72 NET)
Low Net Ferrall, Joe 66-77-75 218
2nd Net Robertson, Mark 78-70-77 225
3rd Net Koeppel, Zach 72-76-78 226
4th Net Dabney, Curtis 74-79-77 230
5th Net McInis, Wayne 74-81-79 234
6th Net Brown, Cliff 75-80-81 236
1st Net Hamilton, Don 68-66-81 215
2nd Net Graham, Adrian 81-73-73 227
3rd Net Steinman, Larry 77-79-74 230
4th Net Schnipke, Chris 74-80-76 230
5th Net Sanders, Samuel 80-77-75 232
6th Net Goodwin, Derrick 76-84-77 237
1st Net Lamp, Robert 66-75-75 216
2nd Net Kozar, Tom 77-67-75 219
3rd Net Aid, Mike 78-75-68 221
4th Net Hamilton, Simone 71-79-73 223
5th Net Fuentes, Raven 76-72-78 226
6th Net Gascho, Donald 72-73-82 227
View Family & MWR’s Flickr album of the 2017 European All-Services Golf Championship.
Also, view the photo album of the 2017 Commanders Cup tournament, June 16.