Wisconsin State Open Round-up
Some 200 of Wisconsin’s top professionals and amateurs convened on Geneva National’s Palmer and Trevino courses for the 99th Wisconsin State Open, August 19-21, 2019. Generously sponsored by Morgan Stanley and supported by TaylorMade, this oldest and largest of the Wisconsin PGA's major golf events was a fight to the finish, with Sun Prairie's Daniel Woltman clinching the championship with a back-to-back victory.
for the fourth time around
Former Beaver Dam native Dan Woltman edged out the competition to clinch the 2019 State Open title. Shooting 270 in a 72-hole stroke play, Woltman rang up the second-lowest score in Wisconsin Open history.
Of the seven Geneva National PGA pros and amateur staff and members who qualified for the State Open, only the youngest -- member Jonathan Duggan, Jr. -- qualified for day three's final round. Follow the journey of this UW-Madison Evans Scholar
a day in pictures
Three days of pure competition with the state's greatest culminates in this final round of the 99th Wisconsin Open at Geneva National Resort & Club. Congratulations to all who qualified.