Wisconsin Business Aviation Association

Golf Outing

Golfers were welcomed with another beautiful day of Wisconsin weather at The Bog golf course in Saukville for the 2017 WBAA Open sponsored by Gulfstream.

Molly Ness from Lodi was awarded a $1,000 scholarship to further her education and aviation career. Molly is enrolled at Fox Valley Technical College where she has one year remaining before graduation and is currently maintaining a 3.75 grade point average. Molly has a private pilots licenses with an instrument rating and will be working on her commercial pilot’s licenses this fall. When Molly is finished with school she wants to either fly corporate or for the airlines.

Eric Beets from Edgerton was also awarded a $1,000 scholarship to further his aviation career. Eric is a junior studying computer science at the University of Wisconsin - Madison. He is a private pilot and is involved with EAA Young Eagles at the Burlington airport. Eric also wants to use his computer science degree to further technology in the cockpit, his ideal position would be to work as a developer for avionics to help make flying safer, easier, and more enjoyable.

John Rench from Kenosha was the recipient of the Flight Safety Principals of Trouble Shooting scholarship. John is a student at Milwaukee Area Technical College working through their Airframe and Powerplant program. After retiring from the Wisconsin Air National Guard in Madison, John wants to work in a repair facility or eventually manage or own an FBO, MRO or Repair station.

This year’s top team was: Jeff Brooks, Joe Milisitch, Pete Treder, and Dan Morrison.
Longest Putt – Mike Kormos
Longest Drive – Chris Brenner
Closest to the river - Chris Meisner
Shortest Drive - Tyler Hayes

Thank you to all the sponsors and golfers that made this great event a success. Hope to see you all again in 2018.

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