Zigfield Troy Open: Ryan Grassel wins unique Par-3 event
Tim Troy, winner Ryan Grassel, and Dennis Troy<br>photo courtesy Zigfield Troy Golf
Tim Troy, winner Ryan Grassel, and Dennis Troy
photo courtesy Zigfield Troy Golf

In Illinois, Ryan Grassel won a playoff against his father Rick and Paul Dagys after the three players posted 1-under.

Had Kelly Grassel gone one stroke lower, the playoff would have featured three players from the same family, which would have been pretty amazing.


“Bombers” need not apply. This is one tournament where precision iron accuracy and a sharp chipping and putting game are essential. Welcome to the famous Zigfield Troy Open, one of the premier Par- 3 golf tournaments in America.

The Par-3 tournament honors course founder Zigfield Troy and is one of the few Par-3 events anywhere that is run like a PGA Tour event or other professional tournaments. Golfers’ names are announced on the first tee prior to tee off. A huge scoreboard highlights everyone’s name, score for each round, plus totals and the round’s leaders – all done in handsome professional calligraphy.

ABOUT THE Zigfield Troy Open

A 36 hole stroke play event, entries are open to Professional or Amateur golfers with USGA handicap indexes not exceeding 24.4. Handicaps shall be certified by the entrant’s club official or Golf Professional. Open to men and women having attained 16 years of age by the start of the tournament. The Zigfield Troy Open Tournament Committee reserves the right to grant special exceptions to the above conditions.

Players will compete in 5 Divisions - Open Division, Women's, Senior’s (ages 55-64), Super Senior’s (65 and up) and High School. The overall champion wins the Zigfield Troy Straw Hat.

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