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The Kohler Villager Community NewspaperThursday, October 30th, 2014 at 9:31am
Sounds like pretty nasty weather on tap for Halloween. Snow flurries in the morning followed by winds gusting up to 40 mph. all day sending wind chills into the 20s. (Be aware that with all the old trees we have in Kohler, those wind speeds can cause falling branches and possibly even down some wires).

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The Kohler Villager Community NewspaperWednesday, October 29th, 2014 at 11:48am
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The Kohler Villager Community NewspaperMonday, October 27th, 2014 at 9:23pm
Audra Hoffmann took third at state - Bombers girls tennis team wraps up most successful season in program’s history

The Kohler Bombers girls tennis team was well represented at the WIAA State Championships in Madison October 16-18. The team enjoyed one of the most successful seasons in the program’s history.
The Bombers opened the season by winning the 8-team Kohler Invitational, with Audra Hoffmann (No. 1 singles) and Emily Guesneau and Amelia Grose (No. 3 doubles) winning their flights. The following weekend the Bombers achieved a milestone by defeating both Wausau Newman and Green Bay Notre Dame at University School Invitational. This was the first ever team win over each of these schools.
The Eastern Wisconsin Conference season began with a tough 3-4 loss to Manitowoc Roncalli, but the Bombers cruised through the remainder of the EWC schedule winning by wide enough margins to secure the team’s second straight EWC title, and the third conference championship in four years. The Bombers finished the regular season 13-6 in dual meets and headed into the post season with one of the strongest lineups in team history.
The season ended at sub-sectionals for No. 3 singles Lauren Horth (14-12) and the No. 2 doubles duo of Frannie Hillstrom and Jamie Lewis (13-12). Later that week the Sectional tournament was the end of the road for No. 4 singles Evelyn Heun (13-4) and No. 3 doubles Emily Guesneau and Amelia Grose (22-6).
Qualifying for state at sectionals were No. 1 singles, and team Captain Audra Hoffmann, and No. 1 doubles Allie Bryce and team Captain Katie Lindow. Junior Anna Mesalles’s season was on hold for a few days before she was awarded a special qualifier for the state tournament.
Anna Mesalles made her WIAA State debut against Appleton Xavier junior Marissa Walsh (18-4). Anna played a good match but fell 1-6, 3-6, ending her season at 22-8. Junior Allie Bryce and senior Katie Lindow were back at State for the second straight year and faced Amery’s Hannah Julson and Kayla Olson (12-3). Lindow/Bryce prevailed 6-3, 7-5 in a hard-fought match that saw them battle back from a 0-4 second set deficit. In round two, Lindow/Bryce faced Catholic Memorial’s Marissa Taugher and Milly Akre (15-8). The bombers fell by a score of 1-6 ,1-6, finishing their season at 15-11.
Senior Audra Hoffmann was making her fourth straight appearance at the State Tournament and earned the No. 2 overall seed. Hoffmann made it to the second round her freshman and sophomore years before finishing on the podium last year with a sixth place medal. After a first round bye, Hoffmann defeated Racine St. Catherine’s Breann Thornton (7-6) by a score of 7-5, 6-0. In round three Hoffmann faced Appleton Xavier junior Marissa Walsh (20-4) and prevailed 6-1, 6-1. In her semi-final match Hoffmann squared off against Claire Czerwonka of Kenosha St. Joseph (27-1). Hoffmann fought back from a 2-5 second set deficit to even the match at one set apiece, but fell by a final score of 2-6, 7-5, 2-6. In her final high school match Hoffmann defeated Madison Edgewood’s Maddie Molitor (21-5) by score of 6-1, 6-0, earning a third place medal and a spot on the podium.
Nineteen girls participated in the Bomber Tennis program this season. Sophomore Ryah Gutschow also earned a Varsity letter playing at the No. 4 singles spot and finished her season at 7-5. Other members of the 2014 Bomber Tennis Team include seniors Lily Hart and Megan Conklin, junior Donna Karri, sophomores Grace Madigan, Maddie Wieland, Catherine Sutherland, and freshman Meg Biznek and Grace Pellegrino.
Individual awards include: Varsity Most Valuable Player Award – Audra Hoffmann, Varsity Most Improved Player Award – Evelyn Heun, Varsity True Blue Spirit Award – Katie Lindow, JV Most Valuable Player Award – Megan Conklin, JV Most Improved Player Award – Grace Pellegrino, JV True Blue Spirit Award – Grace Madigan.
The Bombers are coached by Brad Hoffmann, Juli Coffey, Ken Stanczyk, and Marcy Stanczyk.

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The Kohler Villager Community NewspaperTuesday, October 21st, 2014 at 10:51am
PGA of America Announces Both Wanamaker Club and Season Grounds Tickets Are Now Sold Out; Only Daily Tickets Remain Available

KOHLER, Wis. (October 21, 2014) – The PGA of America and Kohler Co. today announced only daily tickets remain available for the 2015 PGA Championship, including limited quantities of the popular Championship-round daily tickets. Both Wanamaker Club and Season Grounds Tickets are now sold out after a sizzling start to ticket sales for the PGA Championship’s third visit to Whistling Straits Aug. 10-16, 2015, in Kohler, Wis.

Of special note for golf fans, daily Championship-round tickets sold out in advance of the 2014 PGA Championship at Valhalla Golf Club and are expected to again for the 2015 event. Tickets can be purchased at www.PGAChampionship.com.

“Tickets for the 2015 PGA Championship at Whistling Straits have sold very quickly across all categories, so for any fans who have been waiting to purchase tickets, now is the time,” said 2015 PGA Championship Director Jason Mengel. “In addition to the limited number of daily tickets available, we also have only a handful of volunteer positions remaining, which give golf enthusiasts the opportunity to have one of the most unique experiences in major championship golf.”

The PGA Championship perennially features the strongest field and deepest international line-up of any major golf championship. It awards the coveted Wanamaker Trophy to its champion.

Remaining Ticket Options
Prices for 2015 PGA Championship tickets start at $30 for a Monday grounds ticket and can be purchased at www.PGAChampionship.com.

Individual daily grounds tickets are available for practice rounds on Monday ($30), Tuesday ($30) and Wednesday ($40), and for Championship rounds on Thursday ($90), Friday ($95), Saturday ($95) and Sunday ($95).

During the 2015 PGA Championship, complimentary grounds access will also be available on a daily basis for juniors (up to four children, age 17 or younger, accompanied by a ticketed adult) and select military personnel (Active, Military Retirees, Reservists and Civilians with Department of Defense ID).

Volunteer Positions Nearly Filled
Fewer than 80 of the 2015 PGA Championship’s 3,500 volunteer positions remain available, specifically in the stunning new “Championship Shops,” a 36,000-square-foot merchandise facility that will be unique to the PGA Championship and serve as a hub of excitement for spectators.

To date, fans from 44 states and four foreign countries ranging in age from 16 to 89 have registered to volunteer. To secure one of the remaining spots, fans should sign up at www.PGAChampionship.com.

Corporate Hospitality in High Demand
After exceeding its initial corporate hospitality offerings more than a year in advance of the 2015 Championship, the PGA of America opened an expansion plan in July to accommodate strong and continuing demand.

The additional private chalet locations on-course at Hole 15 complement the sold-out chalet locations at Holes 9, 17 and 18, and are tailored to 50 to 100 guests. The chalets provide a private environment with the ability to customize food, beverage and interior décor for a unique corporate branding and entertainment experience.

Limited chalets remain available, as well as a small number of Gene Sarazen Suites at Hole 16 and Champions Club Tables located along Hole 1. For specific hospitality inquiries, please contact Jonathan Risseeuw at 920-453-2809 or jonathan.risseeuw@kohler.com.

More Details and Assistance
Full details regarding the 2015 PGA Championship – including tickets, volunteer opportunities and corporate hospitality – are available at www.PGAChampionship.com. For assistance with specific ticket questions, please contact the PGA Ticketing Center at 800-PGA-GOLF (742-4653) or ChampionshipAdmin@pgahq.com.

KOHLER, Wis. (October 21, 2014) – The PGA of America and Kohler Co. today announced only daily tickets remain available for the 2015 PGA Championship, including limited quantities of the popular Championship-round daily tickets. Both Wanamaker Club and Season Grounds Tickets are now sold out after a sizzling start to ticket sales for the PGA Championship’s third visit to Whistling Straits Aug. 10-16, 2015, in Kohler, Wis.

Of special note for golf fans, daily Championship-round tickets sold out in advance of the 2014 PGA Championship at Valhalla Golf Club and are expected to again for the 2015 event. Tickets can be purchased at www.PGAChampionship.com.

“Tickets for the 2015 PGA Championship at Whistling Straits have sold very quickly across all categories, so for any fans who have been waiting to purchase tickets, now is the time,” said 2015 PGA Championship Director Jason Mengel. “In addition to the limited number of daily tickets available, we also have only a handful of volunteer positions remaining, which give golf enthusiasts the opportunity to have one of the most unique experiences in major championship golf.”

The PGA Championship perennially features the strongest field and deepest international line-up of any major golf championship. It awards the coveted Wanamaker Trophy to its champion.

Remaining Ticket Options
Prices for 2015 PGA Championship tickets start at $30 for a Monday grounds ticket and can be purchased at www.PGAChampionship.com.

Individual daily grounds tickets are available for practice rounds on Monday ($30), Tuesday ($30) and Wednesday ($40), and for Championship rounds on Thursday ($90), Friday ($95), Saturday ($95) and Sunday ($95).

During the 2015 PGA Championship, complimentary grounds access will also be available on a daily basis for juniors (up to four children, age 17 or younger, accompanied by a ticketed adult) and select military personnel (Active, Military Retirees, Reservists and Civilians with Department of Defense ID).

Volunteer Positions Nearly Filled
Fewer than 80 of the 2015 PGA Championship’s 3,500 volunteer positions remain available, specifically in the stunning new “Championship Shops,” a 36,000-square-foot merchandise facility that will be unique to the PGA Championship and serve as a hub of excitement for spectators.

To date, fans from 44 states and four foreign countries ranging in age from 16 to 89 have registered to volunteer. To secure one of the remaining spots, fans should sign up at www.PGAChampionship.com.

Corporate Hospitality in High Demand
After exceeding its initial corporate hospitality offerings more than a year in advance of the 2015 Championship, the PGA of America opened an expansion plan in July to accommodate strong and continuing demand.

The additional private chalet locations on-course at Hole 15 complement the sold-out chalet locations at Holes 9, 17 and 18, and are tailored to 50 to 100 guests. The chalets provide a private environment with the ability to customize food, beverage and interior décor for a unique corporate branding and entertainment experience.

Limited chalets remain available, as well as a small number of Gene Sarazen Suites at Hole 16 and Champions Club Tables located along Hole 1. For specific hospitality inquiries, please contact Jonathan Risseeuw at 920-453-2809 or jonathan.risseeuw@kohler.com.

More Details and Assistance
Full details regarding the 2015 PGA Championship – including tickets, volunteer opportunities and corporate hospitality – are available at www.PGAChampionship.com. For assistance with specific ticket questions, please contact the PGA Ticketing Center at 800-PGA-GOLF (742-4653) or ChampionshipAdmin@pgahq.com.

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