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The 27th Hannon Cup Matches 

Driftwood Golf & Ranch Club

October 24-25, 2023
















Fourball Matches


Tim Hamm & Kris Devlin vs Gilbert Mendez & Rufus Brijalba – All square


Creighton Honeck & Taylor Tipton vs Marko Lloyd & Tyler Gammill – Professionals 1 up


Josh Swanson & Jonathan Keane vs Brandel Chamblee & Ashley Rollings – Professionals 2&1


Ryan O’Rear & Riley Pumphrey vs David von Hoffmann & Ryan Hodge – Professionals 2&1


Michael Cooper & Austin Cotton vs Jeff Beauregard & Lonny Alexander – Amateurs 2&1


Alex Ellis & Steffan Schmieding vs Ted Soule & Clayton Meyers – Professionals 1 up


Professionals lead 4.5-1.5


Timm Hamm & Kris Devlin vs Gilbert Mendez & Brandel Chamblee – Amateurs  7&6


Creighton Honeck & Riley Pumphrey vs Marko Lloyd & Ashley Rollins – Amateurs 4&3


Ryan O’Rear & Josh Swanson vs David von Hoffman & Rufus Brijalba – Professionals 4&3


Jonathan Keane & Steffan Schmieding vs Clayton Meyers & Tyler Gammill – Amateurs 6&5


Michael Cooper & Austin Cotton vs Ted Soule & Jeff Beauregard – Amateurs 3&2


Alex Ellis & Taylor Tipton vs Ryan Hodge & Lonny Alexander – Professionals 1 up


Professionals lead 6.5-5.5


Taylor Tipton vs Brandel Chamblee – All Square


Creighton Honeck vs Jeff Beauregard – Amateurs 5&4


Tim Hamm vs Gilbert Mendez – Professionals 1 up


Kris Devlin vs Ted Soule – Amateurs 1 up


Ryan O’Rear vs Ashley Rollins – Amateurs 4&3


Jonathan Keane vs Rufus Brijalba – Amateurs 4&2


Riley Pumphrey vs Lonny Alexander – Professionals 3&2


Steffan Schmieding vs Tyler Gammill – All Square


Josh Swanson vs Marko Llyod – Professionals 4&3


Alex Ellis vs Clayton Meyers – Amateurs 1 up


Austin Cotton vs David von Hoffmann – Amateurs 2&1


Michael Cooper vs Ryan Hodge – All Square


Amateurs win 13-11


Past Winners of The Hannon Cup

Team Wins

Amateur: 15
Professional: 12

Started in 1997, the Ryder Cup format event is played as a tribute to Coach Hannon. The brain child of Mark Coward, then Head Professional at Great Hills Country Club and Brent Buckman, then Director of Golf at Barton Creek Country Club and Resort. The event served as a testament to Coach, filled with strong competition, fellowship and fun.

The event is comprised of two teams of 12 players. The teams play three 18 hole match play events over two days, earning points for their team with each win or tie. One team represents the top golf professionals and the second team represents the top male amateurs in the Austin metro area.

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