Dordt College Men's Golf at NORDOR Cup (Match Play)
April 7, 2012
(Orange City, Iowa (Landsmeer)) Northwestern won the first ever NORDOR Cup 18.5-1.5 which featured match play between the Dordt Defenders and Northwestern. Day one of the event was played at The Ridge in Sioux Center, Iowa and day two at Landsmeer in Orange City.
Dordt's next competition will be at the Midland Invite on Monday in Fremont, Nebraska.
Jordan Oltman (NW) defeats Josh Tucker (Dordt) 7&5
Ross Kiewiet (NW) defeats Phil Feikema (Dordt) 7&6
Aaron Rozeboom (NW) defeats John Van Weelden (Dordt) 3&2
Michael Dykema (NW) defeats Zach Kooiker (Dordt) 7&6
Joe Clark (NW) defeats Jon Vogel (Dordt) 6&5
Michael Clark (NW) defeats Nathan Middel (Dordt) 6&5
Madison Moss (Dordt) defeats Kyle Stanek (NW) 4&3
Jay Monahan (NW) defeats Kevin Fopma (Dordt) 4&3
Ryan Kiewiet (NW) defeats Brandon McCracken (Dordt) 2&1
Neil Malenke (NW) defeats Ryan Kamp (Dordt) 2up
First 9 holes of 4-ball
Oltman/Kiewiet (NW) defeat Van Koevering/Van Weelden (Dordt) 3&2
Dykema/Rozeboom (NW) defeat Kooiker/Vogel (Dordt)2&1
Clark/Clark halve with Moss/Middel (Dordt)All square
Stanek/Monahan (NW) defeat McCracken/Fox (Dordt)3&2
Malenke/Kiewiet (NW) defeat (Dordt)Kamp/Fopma 2up
Back 9 Alternate Shot
Oltman/Kiewiet (NW)defeat Van Koevering/Van Weelden (Dordt)3&2
Dykema/Rozeboom (NW)defeat Kooiker/Vogel (Dordt)3&2
Clark/Clark (NW)defeat Moss/Middel (Dordt)4&3
Stanek/Monahan (NW)defeat McCracken/Fox (Dordt)2up
Malenke/Kiewiet (NW)defeat Kamp/Fopma (Dordt)2&1 The format for the event was as follows:
Fourball On the front nine, each player in the foursome plays their own ball on each hole. The player with the lowest score among the four competitors wins the hole for his team. A hole can be conceded at any time. Each 9-hole match is worth 1 point. A match tied or all-square after 9 holes will result in a ½ - ½ point split. The foursome can finish the remaining holes on the front even if the match is officially over.
Foursomes On the back nine, each team decides which individual tees off on the odd holes (beginning on #10); the partner tees off on the even holes. Approach shots and putts are alternated until ball is holed or conceded by the opponents. The low score among the two balls wins the hole. A hole can be conceded at any time. Each 9-hole match is worth 1 point. A match tied or all-square after 9 holes will result in a ½ - ½ point split. When the match is officially over, the group will return to the clubhouse and not complete the remaining holes.
NorDor Cup Day Two (Singles)
Singles Ten one-on-one matches will be played at Landsmeer. The winner is determined by the number of holes won. A player must play his ball into the hole, unless his opponent concedes a putt. Each match is worth 1 point (with 10 points available for the day). A match tied or all-square after 18 holes will result in a ½ - ½ point split. When the match is officially over, the pair will return to the clubhouse and not complete the remaining holes.
The team who accumulates 10 ½ points or more will win the inaugural NorDor Cup. In the case of a 10 – 10 tie, there will be a sudden-death singles match. The participants will be selected by each coach. The winner of the sudden-death singles match will determine the NorDor team champion.
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