This guy played so well, he didn't even need a team to win. As the 1st ever TONC champion, Pete dominated the 8 man field in a stroke play battle for the ages. Thanks to Pete's long ball and hot putting, the TONC committee changed the tournament format immediately after handing him the trophy.
Ryan Laughlin, Jarrod Cunningham, Steve Margalus
Year 2 was a game changer of a year, and the event went from celebrating Zach's achievements to the greater good of supporting the Sceleroderma foundation. Also a game changer was the move to the scramble format, and these guys didn't wait for anybody. It came down to a 137' putt off for the victory, but ultimately it was Jared Cunningham and company for the witn.... we haven't seen them since. Rumor has it the success got to their heads and their lives spiraled while living the glamourous life.
Bill Meyer, Mike Gleason, Ed Kelly, Cory Henry
In what can only be described as two players putting the team on their back. Cory and Ed, fresh off splendid Division II golf careers put together a show, hitting all 18 greens and making two eagles on the day. Their playing partners, one a doctor in Bill Meyer and the other, Mike, the Steph Curry of Cary-Grove's history, made a few putts from long distance to put the tournament away. This team, if able to rekindle their fire, would be a favorite year in and year out.
Andrew Tuttle, Mike Sell, Kevin Wicklin, The Toad
The most hated crew to ever contend for the title...
Andrew Tuttle, Mike Sell, Chris Sell, Uncle Tom
There is an ongoing investigation on performance enhancing substances, that these 3 time champions may or may not have been using.
Andrew Tuttle, Mike Sell, Kevin Wicklin,
The Power Rankings had them as the favorites, and Vegas is rarely wrong. As the only 2 time champions of the TONC, they are sure to be booted in the coming year for sandbagging.
Do you have what it takes to become a champion?
Power Rankings to come.