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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.



The Stories

for the fourth time around

Woltman Wins Wisconsin Open

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.  



GN's Last Man Standing

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

36-Hole Final

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. 

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