35th Annual Mansfield Cares Golf Classic

2021 GOLF CLASSIC EVENT GUIDE

2021 Winning Golf Scores & Contest Winners

Tuesday, June 8 (VIP Day)

The Great Waters Course

Great Waters Course | VIP Day | June 8 - Winners
 
Fastest Ground Ever Speed Contest-Hole #9
Winning Time31 seconds
Winning Team
Corey Urban/Step Dilkes/Scott Knowles/Doug Hesse/John Cullen
Gross Scores Top Three Teams
1st Place
Kevin Johnson/Noel Lagunas/Adam Vandercar/Trent Sidabras/Victor Green
2nd Place
Corey Urban/Step Dilkes/Scott Knowles/Doug Hesse/John Cullen
3rd Place
Darrell Ford/Shane Smith/Bruce Oglesby/Mickey O'Kelley/Marcus Stroud
Net Scores Top Three Teams
1st PlacePat Christopher/David Hall/Michael Penza/Mike Torrissi Sr/Mike Torrissi Jr/Ronnie Brown
2nd PlaceKeith Fleming/Darin Mitchell/Craig Reese/Eric Anderson/Jeff Treadway
3rd PlaceDave Rosenburgh/Sam Rosenburgh/Dave Michael/Gregg Trepka/Scott Trapani/Mark Collins
Closest to Pin
Tim Jennings
Longest Drive
Brodie McCusker

Wednesday, June 9 (Main Day)

The Oconee Course

Main Day Golf - June 9 - Oconee Course
 
Gross Scores Top Three Teams
1st Place
Adam Vandercar/Trent Sidabras/Justin Jeffers/Tom Murphy/Jason Street/Victor Green
2nd Place
Bob Clingan/John Doherty/Paul Chill/Don Hafner/Kevin Butler
3rd Place
Dan Solomon/Steve Yurko/Greg Maxwell/Tim Pidgeon/Wes Durham
Net Scores Top Three Teams
1st PlaceJarrett Enochs/Al Johnston/Julie Boge/Larry Cekella/Brian Cannon/Dale Ellis
2nd PlaceBrian Darnell/Steve Gibbs/Brandon Ballew/Brad Puryear/Chris Hammond
3rd PlaceJeff Mansfield/Brodie McCusker/Matt Speake/Mitchell Corr/DJ Shockley
Closest to Pin
Pat Christopher
Longest Drive
Al Johnston

Wednesday, June 9 (Main Day)

The National Course

Main Day - June 9 - National Course 
Gross Scores Top Three Teams
1st Place
Jerry Dean Weber/Glenn Doak/Ted Sullivan/Keith Guest
2nd Place
Joey Elpers/Tim Osting/Casey Crowell/Ed Young
3rd Place
Jeff Paul/Matt Pfister/David Welborn/Blaine Pitre
Net Scores Top Three Teams
1st Place
Jody Jackson/Landon Jackson/Martin Timmins/Brian Lonczak/Tony Diaz
2nd PlaceAndrew Davis/Garner Hill/Robert Townsend/John Geisler/Jean Geisler
3rd PlaceCharles Davis/Josh Langford/Andy Boor/Heather Killough
Closest to Pin
Cove Course
Frank Booth
Bluff Course
James Pidgeon
Ridge Course
Scott Harvey
Longest Drive
Cove Course
Landon Jackson
Bluff CourseKeith Guest
Ridge CourseDavid Stephenson

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Tuesday, June 8

TimeEvent
7:30 AM & 8:00 AMBus Departure Times from Ritz to The Great Waters Course
8:00 AMVIP Golf Day at The Great Waters Course

8:00 AM Registration, Driving Range Opens, Breakfast

9:30 AM Shotgun Start

Bus Returns to the Ritz
5:30 PMVIP Cocktail Reception • Ritz Pavilion • Select Open Bar

Open Cocktail Reception • Ritz Pavilion• Cash Bar/Non-VIP
6:00 - 7:45 PMVIP/Celebrity Dinner • Ritz Forest Tent
8:00 PM - 9:00 PMConcert featuring The Orchestra • Ritz Pavilion • Open to All

Wednesday, June 9

TimeEvent
6:30 - 7:30 AMBuses Depart Ritz Every 30 Minutes
7:30 AM35th Annual Mansfield Cares Golf Classic (All Courses)

7:30 AM Registration, Driving Range, Breakfast

8:30 AM Shotgun Start

Buses Return to Ritz for Luncheon • Open to All
1:30 PMAwards & Luncheon • Ritz Pavilion • Open to All

Celebrity Guests

FLIPPER ANDERSON
Anderson is a former NFL wide receiver. He played professionally for the Los Angeles Rams (1988–1994), the Indianapolis Colts (1995), the Washington Redskins (1996), and the Denver Broncos (1997). As a Bronco, he was part of their Super Bowl XXXII championship team over the Green Bay Packers. As a Ram, he set the NFL record for most receiving yards in a game with 336 against the Saints in 1989.
MORTEN ANDERSEN
Andersen is the second leading all-time scorer in the NFL. When he retired, he was the leading scorer for the New Orleans Saints and Atlanta Falcons. He played on five NFL football teams and was an All-American at Michigan State. Andersen was elected to the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 2017.
RONNIE BROWN
Brown a running back in college, played football for Auburn University from 2000-2004. While at Auburn, he earned second-team All-Southeastern Conference honors in 2002 and 2004. Brown was drafted second overall by the Miami Dolphins in the 2005 NFL Draft. In 2008, Brown was selected for his first Pro Bowl. He played for the Philadelphia Eagles, San Diego Chargers, and the Houston Texans, following a six-year career with the Dolphins.
KEVIN BUTLER
Butler was an NFL kicker for the Chicago Bears and played for the University of Georgia. Over an astounding 12-year NFL career, including earning a championship ring from Superbowl XX. Butler was the first kicker​ elected to the College Football Hall of Fame.
MARK COLLINS
Collins achieved a 13-year NFL career, making All-Pro at cornerback and safety positions. He is a two-time Super Bowl Champion with the NY Giants. Collins also played for the Kansas City Chiefs, Green Bay Packers and​ Seattle Seahawks.
JOHN CULLEN
Cullen played hockey at Boston University and was drafted in the 1986 NHL Supplemental Draft by the Buffalo Sabres. He spent 10 years in the NHL, playing for the Pittsburgh Penguins, Hartford Whalers, Toronto Maple Leafs and the Tampa Bay Lightning. Cullen was a two-time NHL All Star and the 1999 winner of the Bill Masterton Memorial Trophy.
HUGH DURHAM
Durham is the only coach in the history of NCAA Division I basketball to lead two different schools to their first NCAA Final Four. He is also the only coach in NCAA Division I history recognized as the all-time winningest coach at three different universities. Durham’s career spanned five decades including Florida State University, the University of Georgia and Jacksonville University.
WES DURHAM
Son of legendary “Voice of the Tar Heels” broadcaster Woody Durham, Wes Durham was the on-air voice for the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets in 1995. He is a play by play announcer for Fox Sports coverage of college football.
DALE ELLIS
Ellis is a 17-year NBA veteran who was the first player in the NBA to hit 1,000 threes. During his career with the Seattle SuperSonics, he was awarded the NBA Most Improved Player, selected as an NBA All-Star and All-NBA Third Team, and was the 1989 NBA Three-Point Shootout Champion. When he retired, Ellis had 1,719 three-pointers, which ranked him third in NBA history.
BRIAN FINNERAN
Finneran is a former wide receiver in the NFL. He was signed by the Seattle Seahawks as an undrafted free agent in 1998 and also played for the Barcelona Dragons, Philadelphia Eagles and Atlanta Falcons. He played college football at Villanova. As a senior, Finneran had 96 receptions for 1,389 yards, earning All-American honors from the Associated Press and was awarded the Walter Payton Award.
ROD GARDNER
After a record-smashing career at Clemson, Gardner was selected 15th overall pick in the 2001 NFL Draft by the Washington Redskins. His career includes an incredible 208 receiving yards in a game against the Carolina Panthers. After seven seasons in the NFL, Gardner finished his career with 242 receptions and over 3,100 total yards.
VICTOR GREEN
Green is a former safety in the NFL who played for the Jets, Patriots and Saints. He entered the NFL in 1993, and one year later, he had earned a starting position for the New York Jets, where he was named “Best Strong Safety” in Jets’ history. Green remains third on the Jets’ all-time interception list, fifth on the all-time tackle list, and is on the “Iron Mans List” for 180 consecutive games played in his career.
DAVID GREENE
Greene is a former NFL quarterback. He was drafted by the Seattle Seahawks in the third round of the 2005 NFL Draft. He played college football at UGA. Greene finished his college career as the winningest quarterback in NCAA Division I history with 42 wins in four years, eclipsing the record previously held by​ Peyton Manning.
CHRIS HAMMOND
A former left-hand pitcher, Hammond had a 16-year career in the MLB that started when he was drafted by the Cincinnati Reds in 1986. Playing for various teams, he had a streak of nearly thirty consecutive scoreless innings during the 2002 season with the Atlanta Braves. In 2003, Hammond pitched two innings without allowing an earned run during the World Series.
TYE HILL
Hill is a former NFL cornerback who played college football for Clemson University from 2001-2005, and earned consensus All-American honors. He was drafted by the St. Louis Rams in the first round of the 2006 NFL Draft. He has also played for the Atlanta Falcons, Tennessee Titans, and Detroit Lions.
MICHAEL JENKINS
Jenkins is a former American football wide receiver in the NFL. He was drafted in the 1st round of the 2004 NFL Draft by the Atlanta Falcons. He has played for the Minnesota Vikings. Jenkins is an alum of The Ohio State University football team.
TIM JENNINGS
Jennings is a former American football cornerback. He played college football at Georgia, and was drafted by the Indianapolis Colts in the second round of the 2006 NFL Draft. Jennings has also played for the Chicago Bears and Tampa Bay Buccaneers. With the Colts, he won Super Bowl XLI against the Bears.
BRIAN JORDAN
Jordan is a former MLB outfielder and NFL safety. In the NFL, he played for the Atlanta Falcons from 1989-1991. Jordan’s MLB career included the St. Louis Cardinals, Atlanta Braves, Los Angeles Dodgers, and Texas Rangers. Today, Jordan is a TV pre-game analyst for the Atlanta Braves. He is active in the Atlanta community with the Brian Jordan Foundation and has authored I Told You I Can Play!, a semi-autobiographical children’s book.
JIM LYTTLE
Lyttle attended FSU, playing basketball there for Hugh Durham. He made the All American Baseball team and was drafted by the Yankees in the first round, with his first major league season in 1969. Lyttle played with other various teams, and had great success in the Japanese league where he was voted MVP.
TERANCE MATHIS
Mathis is a former Pro Bowl wide receiver in the NFL. Drafted in 1990 by the New York Jets, he played the majority of his career with the Atlanta Falcons. He last played with the Pittsburgh Steelers, then retired after the conclusion of the 2002 season. Mathis amassed 689 receptions and over 8,800 yards during his career.
PATRICK SAPP
Sapp is a former linebacker for the San Diego Chargers and the Arizona Cardinals. He played for San Diego from 1996-97, and was traded to the Arizona Cardinals in 1998. Sapp played quarterback at Clemson University, starting 14 games under center before moving to linebacker.
DJ SHOCKLEY
Shockley is a former UGA quarterback and winner of the Bobby Bowden Football Player of the Year Award. In 2006, he was drafted by the Atlanta Falcons where he played quarterback for 4.5 years. Since retiring from the NFL, Shockley has moved his talents from the field to sports broadcasting.
RUSS SPENCER
Russ Spencer is lead anchor for FOX 5 News Atlanta. A veteran journalist, Russ has received 11 Regional Emmy awards, including seven for Best Newscast and three for Best Anchor.
MARCUS STROUD
Stroud is a former American football defensive tackle who played in the NFL for 10 seasons. He played college football for the University of Georgia, and was drafted by the Jacksonville Jaguars thirteenth overall in the 2001 NFL Draft. Stroud also played for the Buffalo Bills and New England Patriots.
JEFF TREADWAY
Treadway is a former Major League Baseball player who played for five teams during his career, including the Atlanta Braves. He was the starting second baseman for the Atlanta Braves and played on the Atlanta Braves world series teams in 1990 and 1991. After leaving the MLB, Treadway managed the minor league Macon Braves for two seasons in 1999.