July 21, 2021
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
For more information contact:
Holly Martin, director of communications
Flight A winners photo, click here.
Cutline: These gentlemen were Flight A winners in the Annual Angus Foundation Golf Tournament at the Indianhead Golf Club in Grand Island, Nebraska. Pictured from left are Scott Grass, Prairie City, Iowa; Jess Recknor, Clarion, Iowa; Jay Steenhoek, Maxwell, Iowa; and Cole Greiman, Garner, Iowa.
Flight B winners Photo, click here.
Cutline: These gentlemen were Flight B winners in the Annual Angus Foundation Golf Tournament at the Indianhead Golf Club in Grand Island, Nebraska. Picture from left are Joe Mather, State Center, Iowa; Kevin Dehn, Dearborn, Mo.; Craig Moffitt, Colfax, Iowa; and Matt Jordan, Savannah, Mo.
Flight C winners photo, click here.
Cutline: These gentlemen were Flight C winners in the Annual Angus Foundation Golf Tournament at the Indianhead Golf Club in Grand Island, Nebraska. Pictured from left are AJ Rogers, Patoka, Ind., and Charlie Brunker, Ottawa, Kan.
The Angus Foundation holds Annual Golf Tournament
The Angus Foundation held its 20th Annual Golf Tournament in Grand Island, Nebraska.
The Angus Foundation teed off the Annual Angus Foundation Golf Tournament at the Indianhead Golf Club in Grand Island, Nebraska on Tuesday, July 13 in conjunction with the 2021 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS). This year’s tournament was the largest to date with 24 teams and raised over $31,000 to help continue the Foundation’s mission of education, youth and research. With the cancellation of the 2020 tournament, this year marked the 20th golf tournament for the Foundation.
“The Angus Foundation Golf Tournament is a great opportunity to bring together adults and juniors to support the efforts of the Angus Foundation,” said Thomas Marten, Angus Foundation, Executive Director. “We were so excited to be able to host the annual event again this year.”
This year’s tournament winners include:
Flight A – Scott Grass, Cole Greiman, Jess Recknor and Jay Steenhoek
Flight B – Kevin Dahn, Matt Jordan, Joe Mather and Craig Moffitt
Flight C – John Allen, Charlie Brunker, AJ Rogers and Chance Stout
This year, the tournament was sponsored by ABS Global Inc., a cattle genetics and technology company. The luncheon and Event Hole Flags were sponsored by NEOGEN. The Club House sponsors were Connealy Angus from Whitman, NE, and Heritage Farm from Shelbyville, KY. The Beverage Cart sponsor was Brinkley Angus Ranch from Milan, MO.
Tee Box sponsors included:
American Angus Association® Regional Managers
The Cozzitorito Family – Olathe, KS
Deer Valley Farm - Fayetteville, TN
Groveland Farm, Chuck & Ruth Grove – Forest, VA
Heritage Farm – Shelbyville, KY
Jones Angus, Craig and Gayle Jones – Benson, NC
Lisnageer Farm, Bill & Cheryl Fairbairn – Coatesville, PA
Olson Land & Cattle – Hereford, TX
Pennsylvania Junior Angus Association
Garrett D. Pohlman, M.D., Prostate Health Podcast – Kearney, NE
Turner Meadow Ranch – Wills Point, TX
Ward Brothers Livestock – Plattsburg, MO
Wood Angus – Willow Spring, NC
Hole sponsors included:
BUB Ranch LLC – Koshkonong, MO
Byergo Beef Genetics, LLC, Joe, Susan & Truman Byergo – Dearborn, MO
Dal Porto Livestock. David, Jeanene & Dawson Dal Porto – Oakley, CA
Double Diamond Angus – Chrisman, IL
Dyar Angus - Crossville, AL
G5 Cattle Company,Kurt & Tina Greiman – Perry, IA
Kansas Junior Angus Association
Lazy JB Angus – Montrose CO
R & B Feeds, LLC – Atlantic, IA
Rogen Angus – Brandon, SD
Doug, Cathy & Daniel Rohrbaugh – Seven Valleys, PA
Shaw Family Angus – Hodgenville, KY
Sunny Okanogan Angus – Omak, WA
Taylorville FFA Chapter – Taylorville, IL
Loran B. Wilson & Family Angus – Orleans, IN
Wisconsin Junior Angus Association
Flag sponsors included:
Harry H. Bachman Auctioneer – Annville, PA
Brandt Farms – Corning, IA
Eddie Burks – Park City, KY
Greiman Family Angus – Garner, IA
Hinman Angus – Malta, MT
Rance Long – Vinita, OK
Midwest Marketer – Corning, IA
Andy Mack Penny Farms
Tuckwiller Brothers Farm – Lewisburg, WV
— Written by Riley Reep, Angus Communications
About the Angus Foundation
Established as a 501(c)(3) organization in 1980, the Angus Foundation remains focused on its mission to support Angus education, youth and research. The organization has distributed more than $2.9 million in youth scholarships since 1998 and has also invested more than $1.3 million in beef cattle research throughout the past decade.
For more information, contact the Angus Foundation at 816-383-5100 or visit www.angusfoundation.org.
ANGUS MEANS BUSINESS. The American Angus Association® is the nation’s largest beef breed organization, serving more than 25,000 members across the United States and Canada. It provides programs and services to farmers, ranchers and others who rely on the power of Angus to produce quality genetics for the beef industry and quality beef for consumers.
For more information about Angus cattle and the American Angus Association’s programs and services, visit www.angus.org.