Oak Hills Invitational

Stay tuned for more information on the 45th Annual Member-Guest Invitational.

Review the tabs below for information on the schedule, format and sponsor information. The Member/Guest Invitational is open to all golf members of Oak Hills Country Club. Limited to 60 teams.

 
  • Event Schedule
    • Stay tuned for the 45th Annual Member-Guest Invitational schedule.
  • Sponsorship
    • Become a sponsor of the 45th Annual Member-Guest Invitational. Click here for Sponsorship Opportunities.

      Join event chairs, Belinda and Chris Vacanti and Amy and Shawn Benge as Oak Hills Country Club offers three days of a targeted and captive audience to showcase your business and support a signature event in the Omaha area.

      For more information about Invitational or the available sponsorship packages, contact the Club at 402-895-3636 or by email.

      As support for the event increases, all packages may no longer be available. Contact Oak Hills for the most current available sponsorship packages.


      2016 Sponsors

      Presenting Sponsor 

       Friday Cocktail Party
      Sponsor


       
      SHACK SPONSORS
       
      Hole-in-one sponsor



       Corporate Gold Sponsor
      Masimore, Magnson & Associates P.C., CPA's
      Rod Anderson

      ORACLE AVIATION
      BENJI AND JILL CUNNINGHAM

      State Farm: Shawn Benge



       
      CORPORATE SILVER SPONSOR
      Security Equipment Inc. (SEi)
      Tom and Sandra Hruby

      Frontier Bank
      Doug Ayer

      Holmes Murphy
      Richard Jungman

      Eye Care West PC
      Drs. Gradowski, Lichtenberg, Richert

      UNICO
       
       HOLE SPONSORS
      Oracle Aviation
      Benji and Jill Cunningham

      Anderson Autocare / Anderson Food Shops
      Raymond Anderson JR.




      meMBER SPONSORS 
      Jeff and Terri Hale
      Bob Junk and Beverly Diedrich

      Northwest Bank
      John and Dixie BeDnar

      Tom and Sandra Hruby

      Fred and Mary Jo Peterson

      Dr. and Mrs. William Nelson

      Larry and Mary Morrissey

      Mary Rosenthal

      Jim and Marsha Stewart

      Todd and Erin Carey

      Arnold and Wanda Nesbitt

      Jim and Janet Smutny

      Jim and Joanne Bemis

      Scott and Elizabeth Williams

      Kerby and Cheri Ham

      Jeff and Nancy Siegert

      JOhn and Janet Lapour

      Kevin Graslewicz and Shannon Green

      Craig and Jane Pohlman

      Steve and Chris Williams

      Maurice and Roberta Stander
       
       
      In Memory/Honor Sponsor


      In memory of Walter and Ruth Cunningham | Jill and Benji Cunningham

      In memory of David Schiltz | Jill and Benji Cunningham
























  • Tournament Format
    • The 45th Annual Member-Guest Invitational will have a match play format. Two-man teams will play five 9-hole matches, with a Champion's Shootout on Saturday to win the coveted green jacket.

      In addition to the five matches, the teams will have the opportunity to participate in a skills challenge, closest-to-the-pin (CTP) competition and a Par 3 challenge. Plus, there will be the tournament favorite - the putting contest - available to both the ladies and gent's.

      The ladies will have the opportunity to play the 9-hole scramble on Thursday morning, but will also have the choice to play 18 holes on Wednesday.
  • Local Rules
      • Hole 1: White stakes and/or lines left of the fairway are out of bounds. The Pump House is an immovable obstruction.
      • Hole 2: Yellow stakes and/or lines around the pond is a water hazard, proceed to the drop area. The road behind the green is out of bounds.
      • Hole 3: Yellow stakes and/or lines surrounding the pond in front of the tee is a water hazard. White stakes and/or lines along the left side and the boundary fence along the right side are out of bounds.
      • Hole 4: The fence on right is out of bounds. White stakes and/or lines on left are out of bounds..
      • Hole 5: Fence on right is out of bounds. White stakes and/or lines on left are out of bounds. Refreshment stand on the right of green is an immovable obstruction.
      • Hole 6: Fence on right and white stakes and/or lines on left are out of bounds.
      • Hole 7: White stakes and/or lines and curbing of the street along the left side are out of bounds. The boundary fence along the right side and behind the green as well as the cement/brick columns to the left of the green are out of bounds.
      • Hole 8: White stake and/or lines along the left side and boundary fence along the right side are out of bounds. Yellow stakes and/or lines around the pond are a water hazard. Red stakes and/or lines around the pond are a lateral water hazard. The Pump House right of fairway is an immovable obstruction.
      • Hole 9: White stakes along the left side and the street along the right side and behind green are out of bounds. Any ball coming to rest on or across the street behind the green is considered out of bounds.
      • Hole 10: White stakes and boundary fence along the left side are out of bounds. Red stakes and/or lines along the right side are a lateral water hazard. Red lines and/or lines crossing the fairway are a lateral water hazard.
      • Hole 11: Boundary fence along left side is out of bounds. Red stakes and/or lines along the right side are a lateral water hazard. The Pump House is an immovable obstruction.
      • Hole 12: Fence left of the fairway is out of bounds. White stakes behind green are out of bounds. The boundary fence right of Hole 13 tee and fairway is out of bounds.
      • Hole 13: Fence left of fairway is out of bounds. The lake right of fairway is a lateral water hazard. Refreshment stand is an immovable obstruction. Yellow stakes and/or lines crossing the fairway in front of green are a water hazard. Limestone rock structure is an immovable structure. White stakes right of cart path by the green and the street are out of bounds. Any ball coming to rest on or across the street behind the green is considered out of bounds.
      • Hole 14: White stakes and/or lines left of fairway and behind green are out of bounds.
      • Hole 15: White stakes and/or lines left and behind the green are out of bounds.
      • Hole 16: White stakes and/or lines left of fairway are out of bounds. Street behind the greens is out of bounds. Any ball coming to rest on or across the street behind the green is considered out of bounds.
      • Hole 17: White stakes and/or lines along the left side is out of bounds. Red stakes and/or lines along the left and right sides are a lateral water hazard. Yellow stakes and/or lines crossing the fairway in front of the green are a water hazard.
      • Hole 18: Lake is lateral water hazard. White stakes and/or lines left and behind the green are out of bounds. The Parking Lot is out of bounds.

      Local summer rules are as follows:
      • Any ball that comes to rest on or over the street of Hole 7, 9, 13 or 16 is considered out of bounds.
      • Any decorative planted area is considered an obstruction (unless within the confines of a hazard).
      • Irrigation lines — a player may take relief and must drop the ball within one club length if the ball lies in or touches irrigation lines or sprinkler heads.
      • No relief is provided for mulched areas around trees. However, the mulch itself is considered a loose impediment and may be moved.

      Local rules regarding “out of bounds fence” on holes 7, 8, 10, 11, 12 and 13 are as follows:
      • You must be over or outside the fence to be out of bounds.
      • If your ball is next to the fence in a way that you must invoke the unplayable lie rule, here are your options:
        • Go back to the original spot from where you hit the ball and re-hit under penalty of one stroke.
        • Drop two (2) club lengths away from ball (not fence) no closer to the hole under penalty of one stroke. Under this option, the procedure of dropping under our local rule is as follows:
          • If you drop your ball at two (2) club lengths away from its original position and the ball rolls closer to the fence, you may re-drop your ball. If your second drop of the ball at two lengths away from its original position rolls closer to the fence, you will place your ball at the spot at which your second drop hit the ground.

      U.S.G.A. rules apply. Due to course conditions, these rules are subject to change.
  • Results
    •  Overall Results

       Grand Champions Chuck Eckert & guest Ty Petitt  
       Second Place:  Dave Williams & guest Dave Chevalier  
       Third Place:  Shawn Benge & guest Toben Bunting  
      Flight Winners:    
       Ty Webb flight: Kevin Graslewicz & guest Scott Zabloudil  
       Al Czervik  flight: Les Pamaran & guest Jim Goodman
       
       Judge Smails flight: Gregg Young & Alex Young  
       Carl Spackler flight: Ben Hougland & guest Randy Endorf, tied with Shawn Benge & guest Toben Bunting   
       Danny Noonan flight: Dave Williams & guest Dave Chevalier  
      Tony D'Annunzio flight: Dan Dudley & Will Morris  
       Bishop Pickering flight: Chuck Eckert & guest Ty Petitt  
       Dr. Beeper flight: John Russel & guest Jeff Blumel  
       Spaulding flight: Brian White & guest Eric White  
       Lou Loomis flight: Kerby Ham & guest Tom Ham  
       Skills Challenge Winners:    
       Longest Drive: Lance Morrow - 317.50 yards  
       Longest Drive-Senior: Jeff Hauswald - 277.50 yards  
       Wedge Shot: John Hayes - 31 inches  
       Hit the Board: Jeff Hauswald  
       Putting Contest: Eric Sullivan  
       Closest-to-Pin: Mike Goltl  
       Par 3 Challenge: Rodney White & guest Rich Jungman  
       Ladies Results:    
       Ladies 18 hole winners: Amy Benge & guest KC Bunting  
       Ladies 9 hole winners: Jill Cunningham & guest Judy Schlitz