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The third season of the 19th Hole Golf Tour began in February.
Through three tournaments, we have seen three different winners.
2015 Champion Jay Smogolski is looking to repeat as champion,
but hasn't had a strong start to 2016.

The 19th Hole field, including two new rookies this season, heads to
The Players Championship in early May.
Other Sport News

Congratulations to the 2015-16
Full Court Association Champion,
Kevin Sullivan! Kevin's Charlotte
Bobcats defeated Jay
Smogolski's Chicago Force 49-46
in the FCA Finals!

Hardcourt Hoops University sees
a new champion for the 2015-16
season, as Jay Smogolski's
Wisconsin Badgers take the title
this season!

The Cross-Check Hockey League
crowned their new champion
recently, with the Omaha Knights
and coach Nick Hagen taking
home the Griswold Cup!
2015 Stats

NCAA Basketball: League best 17-3 regular season record, finished second place overall in Tournament
NHL: 6-4 regular season record, 1 playoff win in round 1.
MLB: Struggled to a 4-14 regular season record.
PGA Tour: 1 tournament win, made the playoffs, finished fourth overall (4 top 5, 8 top 10 finishes).
Soccer: Tour best 268.5 regular season points, defeated #2 seed in Championship game, SEASON
Racing: 5 season wins (4 Cup, 1 Xfinity), qualified for Sprint Cup Chase, 15th in Sprint Cup and Xfinity
NCAA Football: Finished 4-6 overall, 3-3 in conference. DNQ for a Bowl Game.
NFL: Finished regular season with second best record for the season, 10-2. Defeated #4 and #2 seeds in
Miller Conference, SEASON CHAMPION.
2015 Fantasy Sport Site
Challenge Champion
Congratulations to Steve Ruth, the first ever
Fantasy Sport Site Challenge Champion!
Steve's 2015 calendar year saw two
Championships (Soccer and Football) and
playoff appearances in four other sports
(NCAA Basketball, NHL, PGA Tour and
Sprint Cup Series Racing).

Steve scored 595 Challenge points in 2015,
beating Greg Miller (579) and Jay
Smogolski (561) for the Championship.