Cleveland Golf & Travel ShowJon Riemer of Cleveland knocked one of his three Cleveland Golf Show Hole-in-One Finals shots to within a foot to earn a place in the 2020 Myrtle Beach World Amateur Championship on Sunday at the I-X Center.

Topping eight other competitors with his closest-to-the-pin winner also earned him a chance at $25,000 if he could somehow find the bottom of cup with just one swing.

Riemer made a great pass at the money ball, as seen in the photo above, but the shot finished above ground just a few feet away. Still, a nice victory and solid prize for the former Cleveland State Vikings golfer.

Jason Jendre

2017 Cleveland Metroparks Golf Player of the Year Jason Jendre added a unique title to his roster of victories, that of Golf Darts Champion. Jason totaled 135 points on the dart board to beat the 2020 field and win a new driver.

2020 Cleveland Golf Show Long Drive Winners

In the Long Drive Competition (shown left to right above), Zach Seither won the Men’s competition with a rip of 395 yards, Howie Krause captured the Senior division with a solid strike of 367 yards, and Sidney Kirby took the Women’s title with a stout poke of 271 yards. They each won a brand new driver as well.

2020 Cleveland Golf Show Long Putt contest

Finally, in the Long Putt Challenge conducted all weekend long, only Jake Williams (no photo) made two of three putts good for a $25 prize, out of the hundreds of players who put up $5 for three balls. But a large number of winners earned a $10 prize for making one putt: 17 players on Friday, a whopping 38 players on Saturday, and 22 on Sunday.

Kudos to North Coast Golf Shows CEO Joe Stegh and his team for a fun weekend of golf activities in the middle of February in Cleveland Ohio!

Jon Riemer and Joe Stegh
North Coast Golf Shows CEO Joe Stegh (r) congratulates Jon Reimer on his Hole-in-One Challenge victory.
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