Rare Accomplishments

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Rare accomplishments

108 holes with no fives or sixes
It's almost every MCMM competitor's goal to get through the day without resorting to the maximum possible score of six on any hole. Thirty-nine different players have managed the feat a total of 117 times, including three former Most Sixes winners (Mary Snyder, Lisa Curran, and Matt Landt). It is far rarer to go the entire day without scoring a six or a five. Thus far, it's happened 22 times, meaning that about 18.8% of those who have gone sixless for the day also managed to go fiveless. However, the ranks do include one of those aforementioned former Most Sixes winners. Check it out:

Josh Altergott, 2017
Matthew Cullen, 2008, 2010

Michael Cullen, 1997, 2000, 2012
Mick Cullen, 1999, 2002, 2013, 2015
R.J. Dusak, 2014
Ralph Freye, 2016

Jason Gola, 2003, 2008
Dan Hill, 1998
Matt Landt, 2005
Tom Schweiss, 2002, 2007, 2008, 2012, 2017
Tommy Schweiss, 2015


Tom Schweiss leads the way, accomplishing the feat five times, including Schweiss doing so in two consecutive years (2007-08). Stretching out to include some holes from 2006 and 2009, that means Tom once went 279 straight Mini Masters holes without a five or a six. The hole that preceded his streak was Lighthouse's 5th, and Action Territory's diabolical 15th ended it.
That's not the longest streak of its kind, however; two are longer. Matthew Cullen went 285 holes without a 5 or 6 from 2009 to 2011, and Michael Cullen had a 303-hole streak from 1999 to 2001, ending the streak with the first 6 in his Mini Masters career.


Putting for the cycle
Putting for the cycle involves scoring every possible relative-to-par result in one round. For most courses, this means scoring an eagle, birdie, par, bogey, double bogey, triple bogey, and quadruple bogey in the same round. For courses with a par-4 hole, putting for the cycle includes a double eagle ("albatross").
This has occurred only 26 times in Mini Masters history, an average of just 1.2 times per year, and only two players have ever done it twice (Chris Carmody, who accomplished the feat in back-to-back rounds, and Taylor Schweiss). Only one time was the feat accomplished on a course with a par-4 hole. Lighthouse and Kristof's each lead among courses five cycles; Kristof's saw three of its five in a single tournament (2001).

This is the list of all 26 occurrences to date.

Stephanie Altergott-- Sisolak's West, 1997
Michelle Arf-- Libertyville, 2007
Michelle Axberg-- Sisolak's East, 1998
Todd Bodek-- Lighthouse, 2013
Chris Carmody-- Sisolak's West [round 2], 2010
Chris Carmody-- Lighthouse, 2010
Eli Cullen-- Wisconsin Adventure, 2016

Lisa Curran-- Sisolak's West, 1999
Carl Cutler--Lighthouse, 2017
Carrie Donahue-- Kristof's, 1999
Emily Donahue-- Sisolak's West (round 2), 2011
Sarah Dooley-- Kristof's, 2001
Sarah Frederick-- Lighthouse, 2017
Stephanie Gekiere-- Action Territory, 2002 (included double eagle)
Carolyn Howard-- Par-King Red, 2009
Ken Huebert-- Par-King Black, 2013
Karen Kemnitz-- Libertyville, 2002
Becca Klunder, Par-King Red, 2014
Eric Knitter-- Kristof's, 2001
Ben Lee-- Par-King Black, 2010
Oscar Newman-- Kristof's, 2004
Brian Sandri-- Kristof's, 2001
Taylor Schweiss-- Par-King Black, 2011
Taylor Schweiss-- Congo Falls, 2013
Mary Snyder-- Libertyville, 2007
Raegan Taylor-- Lighthouse, 1997

Scoring 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, and 6 on the same hole
A course must be used for at least six years and a player must play it at least that many times to have a chance to score all the different possible scores on that same hole. Additionally, it must be a hole with a chance for an ace that somehow can still be diabolical enough to cause a 6 if that tee shot doesn't go right. Through 2017, thirteen different players have accomplished this feat on a total of 25 holes. Carrie, Chris, Tommy, Tom, Lisa, and Dianne are the only ones to achieve six different scores in six consecutive attempts at the same hole (Lisa has done it twice). The 15th hole at the original Action Territory course has inflicted this particular 'accomplishment' on three different players, two of whom have multiple Ugly Jackets to their credit.

 

Josh Altergott-- Action Territory's 3rd and 15th holes; Aloha Falls' 4th hole; Lighthouse's 4th, 5th, and 15th holes
Stephanie Altergott-- Action Territory's 10th hole; Congo River Kenosha's 11th hole
Chris Carmody-- Lighthouse's 9th hole (4-1-3-5-2-6 in six consecutive attempts)
Dianne Cullen--
 Lighthouse's 9th hole (3-5-6-2-1-4 in six consecutive attempts)
Matthew Cullen-- Lighthouse's 5th and 13th holes
Michael Cullen-- Action Territory's 15th hole
Lisa Curran-- Action Territory's 8th, 12th, and 14th holes; Congo River Kenosha's 3rd hole; Kristof's 7th hole (6-5-3-4-1-2 in six consecutive attempts); Lighthouse's 4th hole; Sisolak's West's 10th hole (2-1-3-6-5-4 and 1-3-6-5-4-2 in six consecutive attempts)
Carrie Donahue-- Action Territory's 6th  (6-5-2-1-3-4 in six consecutive attempts) and 15th holes
Jason Gola-- Lighthouse's 8th hole
Jake Heynis-- Lighthouse's 15th hole
Karen Kemnitz-- Aloha Falls' 18th hole
Brady Neal-- Aloha Falls' 4th hole (3-4-2-5-1-6 in six consecutive attempts)
Tom Schweiss--
 Action Territory's 15th hole (2-3-1-4-6-5 in six consecutive attempts)
Tommy Schweiss-- Par-King Black's 3rd hole (6-3-2-5-4-1 in six consecutive attempts)

 

 

Six to One/One to Six
Generally, players do not ace a hole and then score a six on it the next time they play it, or score a six the first time and then manage the ultimate redemption of a hole-in-one on the next attempt. Here are the instances of this unusual turnaround occurring. It has happened 46 times in MCMM history to 33 different players.  D.H. Gallego and Lisa Curran lead the way with four instances each. Gallego has done it three times at Kristof's alone, while Curran holds the unique distinction of being the only player to accomplish this on three different courses. She and Eli Cullen are the only people to go from 6 to 1 and back to 6 (or 1 to 6 and back to 1) in three consecutive attempts on the same hole. Lisa Curran went 6-1-6 at Action Territory's 11th while Eli Cullen went 1-6-1 at Wisconsin Adventure's 12th.

Josh Altergott-- Lighthouse 15th (1 in 2006, 6 in 2007)
Josh Altergott-- Par-King Black 10th (6 in 2011, 1 in 2013)
Stephanie Altergott--Ballybunion 18th (6 in 2004, 1 in 2005)
Stephanie Altergott-- Congo Falls 13th (6 in 2013, 1 in 2014)
Michelle Arf-- Congo River Kenosha's 8th (6 in 2003, 1 in 2004)
John Ballinger-- Sisolak's West 18th (6 in 2010 round 1, 1 in 2010 round 2)
Nate Blazier--Lighthouse 4th (6 in 2014, 1 in 2015)
Beth Buechele-- Lighthouse 9th (1 in 1998, 6 in 2001)
Chris Carmody-- Lighthouse 13th (1 in 2012, 6 in 2013)

Aaron Cooney-- Lighthouse 15th (6 in 1999, 1 in 2000)
Dianne Cullen-- Action Territory 15th (1 in 1999, 2 in 2001)
Eli Cullen-- Lighthouse 16th (1 in 2015, 6 in 2016)
Eli Cullen-- Wisconsin Adventure 12th (1 in 2015, 6 in 2016, 1 in 2017)
Elisa Cullen-- Kristof's 7th (6 in 2006, 1 in 2007)
Matthew Cullen-- Lighthouse's 13th (6 in 2016, 1 in 2017)
Matthew Cullen-- Sisolak's East 18th (1 in 1997, 6 in 1998)
Mick Cullen-- Lighthouse 4th (1 in 2009, 6 in 2010)
Ursula Cullen-- Lighthouse 9th (6 in 2016, 1 in 2017)
Xavier Cullen-- Lighthouse 13th (6 in 2013, 1 in 2014)
Lisa Curran-- Action Territory 11th (6 in 1997, 1 in 1998, 6 in 1999)
Lisa Curran-- Kristof's 13th (1 in 1997, 6 in 1998)
Lisa Curran-- Sisolak's West 17th (1 in 1997, 6 in 1998)
Emily Donahue-- Par-King Red 11th (6 in 2015, 1 in 2016)
R.J. Dusak-- Kristof's 7th (1 in 1999, 6 in 2000)
R.J. Dusak-- Sisolak's East 4th (1 in 1999, 6 in 2000)
D.H. Gallego-- Kristof's 7th (6 in 2004, 1 in 2005)
D.H. Gallego-- Kristof's 10th (1 in 1999, 6 in 2000)
D.H. Gallego-- Kristof's 13th (1 in 2006, 6 in 2007)
D.H. Gallego-- Rocky's Fun House Gurnee 18th (1 in 2007, 6 in 2008)
Jaclyn Garzonetti-- Sisolak's West 18th (6 in 2000, 1 in 2001)
Jason Gola-- Lighthouse 8th (1 in 2013, 6 in 2014)
Carolyn Howard-- Par-King Black 11th (6 in 2010, 1 in 2012)
Carolyn Howard-- Sisolak's West 4th (6 in 2009, 1 in 2010 round 1)
Karen Kemnitz-- Kristof's 7th (6 in 2006, 1 in 2007)
Karen Kemnitz-- Lighthouse 9th (1 in 2002, 6 in 2003)
Sarah Lampel-- Lighthouse 7th (6 in 2000, 1 in 2001)
Skip Landt-- Action Territory 18th (1 in 2003, 6 in 2004)
Ben Lee-- Lighthouse 4th (6 in 2009, 1 in 2010)
Dan Lee-- Kristof's 11th (6 in 2005, 1 in 2006)
Sharlene Lee-- Lighthouse 4th (6 in 2010, 1 in 2012)
Janet Mason-- Lighthouse 4th (1 in 2013, 6 in 2014)
Jeff Schmidt-- Lighthouse 4th (6 in 2012, 1 in 2013)
Jeff Schmidt-- Par-King Red 4th (6 in 2012, 1 in 2013)
Taylor Schweiss-- Congo Falls 10th (6 in 2013, 1 in 2014)
Tommy Schweiss-- Congo Falls 13th (1 in 2013, 6 in 2014)
Raegan Taylor-- Lighthouse 7th (1 in 1997, 6 in 1999)
Kim Zambole-- Kristof's 17th (1 in 2006, 6 in 2007)


Bogeyless rounds

It is much more difficult than one might imagine to get through an entire M.C. Mini Masters round without being over par on any hole. This impressive feat has only occurred 22 times in tournament history--just over once a year--and only seven different players have accomplished it. This is the list.

Aaron Hanson-- Lighthouse, 1998
Mick Cullen-- Lighthouse, 2000
R.J. Dusak-- Lighthouse, 2000
Matthew Cullen-- Lighthouse, 2002
Tom Schweiss-- Sisolak's East, 2003
Gary Shiff-- Congo River, 2005
(2) Tom Schweiss-- Libertyville, 2005
Michael Cullen-- Lighthouse, 2006
(2) Matthew Cullen-- Lighthouse, 2007
(2) Mick Cullen-- Lighthouse, 2007
(3) Tom Schweiss-- Lighthouse, 2009
(4) Tom Schweiss-- Rocky's Fun House Waukegan, 2009
(3) Mick Cullen-- Sisolak's West [round 2], 2010
Dianne Cullen-- Lighthouse, 2010
(3) Matthew Cullen-- Lighthouse, 2011
(2) Michael Cullen-- Lighthouse, 2011
Dan Lee-- Lighthouse, 2011
Karen Kemnitz-- Par-King Red, 2011
(5) Tom Schweiss, Lighthouse, 2012
(6) Tom Schweiss-- Lighthouse, 2014
(7) Tom Schweiss-- Lighthouse, 2016

(8) Tom Schweiss-- Par-King Red, 2016
(9) Tom Schweiss-- Aloha Falls, 2017

As you can see, Schweiss holds a few unique distinctions. First of all, he has completed nine bogeyless rounds, three times more than anyone else, including the five most recent! He has also accomplished the feat at five different courses, while the other multiple-bogeyless-round players (Matthew, Michael, and Mick Cullen) have done so on either one or two courses. One of the courses on which Schweiss managed the distinction was Libertyville/Aloha Falls, one of the tourney's all-time toughest courses. He is also the only player to accomplish the feat twice in one tournament-- which he has done twice-- and he did it in back-to-back rounds in 2009.


Twoless rounds
It's difficult, no matter what kind of player you are, to go an 18-hole round without scoring a single two. It's happened just four times in MCMM history, in fact. Usually, a player can get a two through sheer luck, at least, but sometimes the miniature golf gods just conspire against your putter.
The following players have achieved the feat. The numbers represent (in order) the number of holes-in-one, twos, threes, fours, fives, and sixes in their unique twoless rounds, followed by the round score. As you'll see, one player managed a hole-in-one but no twos. Amazingly, his single ace was on a par-4 hole.

Michelle Arf, Libertyville, 2003: 0-0-5-6-6-1 (75)
Nat Ahrens, Action Territory, 2004: 1-0-6-5-3-3 (72)
Ben Lee, Action Territory, 2009: 0-0-6-4-5-3 (77)
Carolyn Howard, Sisolak's West, 2009: 0-0-6-5-2-5 (78)
Miranda Johnson, Aloha Falls, 2017: 0-0-10-5-2-1 (66)


Threeless rounds
It should be no surprise that completing a round without a three is also rare, though less so than a twoless round, or that threeless rounds tend to have far better scores than twoless rounds. There have been seven of these rounds in MCMM history:

Jason Gola, Action Territory, 2000: 0-11-0-3-2-2 (56)
Dale Hanson, Lighthouse, 2002: 2-14-0-2-0-0 (38)
Tom Schweiss, Sisolak's East, 2003: 1-17-0-0-0-0 (35)
Stephanie Gekiere, Sisolak's West, 2003: 2-12-0-3-0-1 (44)
Lisa Curran, Lighthouse, 2003: 2-12-0-3-0-1 (44)
Dianne Cullen, Par-King Red, 2009: 0-16-0-2-0-0 (40)
Mick Cullen, Sisolak's West, 2012: 2-15-0-1-0-0 (36)


Scoring three or four consecutive holes-in-one
Thirty-seven different players have recorded back-to-back holes-in-one at the Mini Masters. However, the first player ever to take three total strokes over three holes was Aaron Good, who accomplished the feat at Kristof's 6th, 7th, and 8th holes in 2000.
Michael Cullen improved upon the feat in 2003 by scoring it at perhaps the most difficult three-hole stretch in the tournament-- Action Territory's 10th, 11th, and 12th holes. How unlikely was the streak? The 10th hole had only allowed one previous ace (also to Michael Cullen) in the first six years of the tournament, while being responsible for no less than 31 sixes. The 11th hole, a multi-level hole, had allowed only three holes-in-one previously. The 12th hole, a par four, had yielded only two. In less than ten minutes, Michael had accounted for one-third of all the holes-in-one scored at that three-hole stretch in seven years.
Still, this feat was outdone in 2008 when Ursula Cullen scored four consecutive holes-in-one at Par-King Black, acing the 6th, 7th, 8th, and 9th holes. Counting three holes-in-one at the previous course, Lighthouse, Ursula had 7 holes-in-one in a 16-hole span. She had two more in the other 92 holes that day to finish with nine, tying her for the overall holes-in-one title and falling just one short of tying the single-day record at the time.
In 2017, Stephanie Altergott became the first MCMM player in 9 years to earn three straight holes-in-one when she aced Wisconsin Adventure's 11th, 12th, and 13th in order--three holes where she'd scored threes the previous year!


Ten or more holes-in-one in a single tournament
In most years, reaching double digits in holes-in-one is good enough to guarantee one will lift the trophy for most holes-in-one. In fact, the aces trophy winner in 12 of the 20 Mini Masters tournaments thus far didn't make it to ten. On rare occasions, multiple people hit the mark in the same year. The only players to reach double digits more than once are Mick Cullen (3 times) and Jason Gola (twice), and only three of the 13 instances on this list were accomplished by that year's tournament champion (denoted by an asterisk).  Here are all ten players who've hit the mark!

12: Mick Cullen, 2011*
12: Mick Cullen, 2012*
12: Mark Mason, 2012

11: Jason Gola, 2011
11: Karen Kemnitz, 2013

10: Stephanie Altergott, 2006
10: Matthew Cullen, 2016
10: Michael Cullen, 2015*
10: Mick Cullen, 2004
10: Ursula Cullen, 2010
10: Jason Gola, 2001
10: Dan Lee, 2011
10: Eric Zorn, 2001


Four or more holes-in-one in a single round
Out of the 3,780 rounds in Mini Masters history (through 2016), only 32 have featured four or more holes-in-one. Five of those have had five holes-in-one. Three of the players who have achieved five aces in a round have never had more than three in any other round. In the case of Matthew Cullen in 2017, he had five holes-in-one in one round, four in another, and none in any of the other four rounds that day; still, his total of nine aces was enough for him to garner the Most Holes-in-one Trophy for a second straight year! Here are all the instances of four or more aces in a round, along with the scores the players managed in those rounds!

Five holes-in-one
Stephanie Altergott, Lighthouse, 2005 (37)

Matthew Cullen, Lighthouse, 2017 (39)

Ursula Cullen, Sisolak's West, 2010 (44)

Jason Gola, Lighthouse, 2013 (41)

Mark Mason, Action Territory, 2012 (49)

Four holes-in-one
Matthew Cullen, Lighthouse, 2002 (37)*
Matthew Cullen, Par-King Red, 2009 (34)*
Matthew Cullen, Par-King Red, 2017 (38)*

Michael Cullen, Kristof's, 1999 (44)
Michael Cullen, Kristof's, 2001 (44)
Michael Cullen, Action Territory, 2003 (42)
Michael Cullen, Par-King Red, 2015 (36)*

Mick Cullen, Sisolak's West, 2002 (37)*
Mick Cullen, Sisolak's West, 2003 (41)
Mick Cullen, Kristof's, 2004 (41)
Mick Cullen, Kristof's, 2006 (38)*
Mick Cullen, Par-King Red, 2011 (36)
Mick Cullen, Lighthouse, 2012 (40)

Ursula Cullen, Par-King Black, 2008 (38) (note: the four aces were consecutive)

Emily Donahue, Lighthouse, 2016 (47)

D.H. Gallego, Congo River Kenosha, 2005 (41)

Doug Gekiere, Sisolak's West, 2003 (39)

Aaron Good, Kristof's, 2000 (40)*

Dale Hanson, Congo River Kenosha, 2004 (40)*

Jake Heynis, Par-King Black, 2012 (40)
Jake Heynis, Lighthouse, 2014 (45)

Jamie Hill, Kristof's, 2001 (46)

Karen Kemnitz, Lighthouse, 2016 (44)

Alex Mason, Par-King Red, 2013 (44)

Tom Schweiss, Lighthouse, 2016 (35)*

Gary Shiff, Action Territory, 2005 (46)

Eric Zorn, Lighthouse, 2001 (41)

*--won or tied for course title

 

Recording two or more of each possible hole score in one round
Scoring 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, and 6 in the same round is not particularly special. It happens several times in each tournament, and it's happened 199 times in MCMM history. However, it is far more unique to record each of those scores at least twice in the same round. A course has to have some holes tough enough to force a six while also providing ample hole-in-one opportunities.
To date, this distinction has only been accomplished seven times. Four of the instances have occurred at Lighthouse, which has one notorious "six-able" hole, a couple other doozies, and many ace possibilities.

Sarah Dooley-- Action Territory, 2001
Sharon Bull-- Lighthouse, 2004
Carrie Donahue-- Lighthouse, 2004
Anita Kemnitz-- Lighthouse, 2009
Ken Huebert-- Sisolak's West (round 1), 2011
Emily Donahue-- Sisolak's West (round 2), 2011
Tommy Schweiss-- Lighthouse, 2012


Scoring 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, and 6 in a 6-hole span
When a player scores all six possible hole scores in one round, those scores are usually spread out over the 18-hole round. In a little less than 10% of those instances, they score the six different scores on six consecutive holes. These are those occurrences. As you can see, only one player has done it twice, and the list of players includes a three-time champion:
Stephanie Altergott, Congo River, 1999 (3-8): 5-1-3-4-2-6
Michelle Axberg, Sisolak's West, 1998 (9-14): 1-2-5-4-3-6
Kate Bieda, Sisolak's West, 2009 (13-18): 3-2-4-1-5-6
Todd Bodek, Lighthouse, 2013 (7-12): 2-4-5-1-3-6
Jeff Bull, Congo River, 2005 (4-9): 1-4-2-3-6-5
Sharon Bull, Wisconsin Adventure, 2016 (1-6): 3-6-5-1-4-2

Kim Cantrell, Lighthouse, 1999 (4-9): 4-5-6-2-3-1
Chris Carmody, Lighthouse, 2009 (1-6): 2-1-3-4-6-5 AND Lighthouse, 2010 (9-14): 1-6-4-3-2-5
Eli Cullen, Wisconsin Adventure, 2016 (10-15): 5-3-6-2-1-4

Harold Davidson, Lighthouse, 2012 (2-7): 2-3-1-4-6-5
Katie Wood Gallego, Lighthouse, 2008 (2-7): 5-2-4-6-3-1
Mark Garfin, Lighthouse, 2013 (4-9): 5-4-1-2-3-6
Stephanie Gekiere, Libertyville, 2004 (1-6): 5-6-3-4-2-1
Jason Gola, Action Territory, 2007 (12-17): 5-4-3-6-1-2
Maria Gola, Action Territory, 2005 (1-6): 3-4-5-1-2-6
Liza Hetz, Lighthouse, 2010 (2-7): 2-3-5-6-4-1
Carolyn Howard, Sisolak's West, 2012 (4-9): 1-5-6-3-2-4
Rachael Isaacson, Wisconsin Adventure 2017 (7-12): 3-4-5-2-1-6
Pattie Karda, Sisolak's East, 1999 (4-9): 6-1-2-5-3-4

Kly Kliefield, Congo River, 2001 (10-15): 1-2-4-5-3-6
Becca Klunder, Par-King Red (4-9): 2-4-6-1-3-5
Erica Mason, Lighthouse, 2013 (12-17): 3-6-4-5-1-2
Mark Mason, Action Territory, 2012 (12-17): 3-4-2-6-1-5
Denise McCraw, Lighthouse, 2001 (13-18): 6-2-4-3-5-1
Oscar Newman, Libertyville, 2004 (8-13): 4-2-5-3-1-6
Diane Rammelsberg, Lighthouse, 2017 (10-15): 4-1-2-6-3-5
Tom Schweiss, Action Territory, 2005 (7-12): 1-3-2-6-5-4
Mary Snyder, Libertyville, 2007 (1-6): 6-2-5-4-3-1
Raegan Taylor, Lighthouse, 1997 (4-9): 6-4-3-1-5-2

By course: Lighthouse 11, Action Territory 4, Congo River 3, Libertyville/Aloha Falls 3, Sisolak's West 3, Wisconsin Adventure 3, Par-King Red 1, Sisolak's East 1

Libertyville's/Aloha Falls' 1st-6th holes and Action Territory's 12th-17th have each seen the sequence twice. Lighthouse's 2nd-7th and 4th-9th holes lead the way with three occurrences. Note also that none of these 6-hole spans feature the same order of scores.


Hole-in-one every round
Out of the mere 13 competitors at the first Mini Masters in 1997, two-- Michael Cullen and Dan Hill-- managed to get at least one hole-in-one in each round of the day. In the next 13 years, with a total of 358 competitors finishing the entire schedule of six courses from 1998-2010, it only happened four more times-- three by amateurs.
Bizarrely, four more players then accomplished this remarkable feat in 2011, and two of them (Sara Cahill and James Hamilton) were rookies. Karen Kemnitz joined the club two years later. R.J. Dusak, in 2014, became the first player to accomplish the feat for a second time.

Dan Hill, 1997: 1-1-1-1-2-2--8 total
Michael Cullen, 1997: 1-2-1-2-1-2--9 total
R.J. Dusak, 2000: 2-1-1-2-1-1--8 total
Jason Gola, 2001: 2-1-1-2-1-3--10 total
Tom Dixon (pro), 2005: 2-1-2-2-1-1-- 9 total
Tom Schweiss, 2006: 1-1-1-2-1-1-- 7 total
Stephanie Altergott, 2011: 1-1-1-2-2-1--8 total
Sara Cahill, 2011: 1-1-3-1-1-1--8 total
Dianne Cullen, 2011: 1-1-2-2-1-1--8 total
James Hamilton, 2011: 1-1-1-3-1-1--8 total
Karen Kemnitz, 2013: 2-3-1-2-1-2--11 total
R.J. Dusak, 2014: 1-1-1-1-1-3--8 total
Carrie Donahue, 2015: 1-1-2-2-2-1--9 total



Birdieless rounds
All of the following players have had full rounds where they did not score under par on any hole. Fifty-five different players have done this a total of 83 times.

Carolyn Howard 6 (SW 09, PKB 09, AF 14, CF 14, PKB 16, PKR 16)
Chris Carmody 3 (AF 14, CRp 14, CF 14)
Lisa Curran 3 (LV 06, AT 12, PKR 12)
Carrie Donahue 3 (Kr 00, AT 06, AF 12)
Emily Donahue 3 (PKR 11, AF 13, CRp 13)
Julie Schweiss 3 (Kr 04, AT 11, AF 12)
Eli Cullen 3 (CRp 14, CF 14, WW 16)
Frank Ettinger 2 (AF 13, CF 14)
Hector Gallego 2 (AT 04, RFH-G 05)
Maria Gola 2 (AT 99, RFH-G 05)
Ed Kemnitz 2 (LV 07, CRp 14)
Karen Kemnitz 2 (PFH-W 09, AT 10)
Ben Lee 2 (AT 09, AT 10)
Erica Mason 2 (PKB 14, AF 14)
Janet Mason 2 (AF 12, CRp 13)
Mark Mason 2 (AF 12, CF 14)
Taylor Schweiss 2 (AF 13, PKR 16)
Grant Seekins 2 (CF 13, AF 17)
Nat Ahrens 1 (BB 04)
Josh Altergott 1 (PKB 09)
Michelle Arf 1 (LV 03)
Nate Blazier 1 (AF 15)

Todd Bodek 1 (AF 13)
Sharon Bull 1 (RFH-G 05)
Sara Cahill 1 (AF 12)
Elisa Cullen 1 (BB 04)
Mick Cullen 1 (AF 13)
Ursula Cullen 1 (PKR 08)
Xavier Cullen 1 (PKR 10)
Harold Davidson (AF 12)
Amy DeGraw 1 (RFH-W 09)
Liza Hetz 1 (PKB 10)
Mike Houck 1 (CR 05)
Rachael Isaacson 1 (PKR 16)
Miranda Johnson 1 (AF 17)
Wayne Keller 1 (RFH-G 05)
Anita Kemnitz 1 (AF 12)
Kevin Kloosterman (RFH-G 06)
Becca Klunder 1 (LH 14)
Sarah Lampel 1 (AT 00)
Ginny Landt 1 (AT 02)
Matt Landt 1 (AF 12)
Skip Landt 1 (AF 12)
Ranshe Laranang 1 (CR 99)
Renee Lee 1 (CRp 13)
Kim Mack 1 (WA 17)
Alex Mason 1 (AF 13)
Heather Mikrut 1 (PKB 09)
Andrew Miller 1 (AF 13)
James Morren 1 (AF 12)
Greg Powroznik 1 (CF 14)
Zach Reichert 1 (PKB 09)
Jeff Schmidt 1 (CRp 13)
Tommy Schweiss 1 (AF 12)
Naomi Sharani 1 (PKR 10)
Mary Snyder 1 (AT 07)
Katie Wood 1 (CR 05)

Best rounds in M.C. Mini Masters history

34-- Matt Cullen, Par-King Red, 2009
34-- Matt Cullen, Par-King Red, 2010

35-- Mick Cullen, Par-King Red, 2010
35-- R.J. Dusak, Par-King Red, 2014
35-- Tom Schweiss, Lighthouse, 2016
35-- Tom Schweiss, Par-King Black, 2009
35-- Tom Schweiss, Par-King Red, 2011
35-- Tom Schweiss, Sisolak's East, 2003

36-- Matthew Cullen, Sisolak's West [round 1], 2011
36-- Michael Cullen, Lighthouse, 2006
36-- Michael Cullen, Lighthouse, 2011
36-- Michael Cullen, Par-King Black, 2011
36-- Michael Cullen, Lighthouse, 2015
36-- Michael Cullen, Par-King Red, 2015
36-- Mick Cullen, Par-King Red, 2011
36-- Mick Cullen, Par-King Red, 2016
36-- Mick Cullen, Sisolak's West, 2012
36-- R.J. Dusak, Par-King Red, 2016
36-- Jason Gola, Congo River, 2008
36-- Tom Schweiss, Sisolak's West [round 2], 2011
36-- Tom Schweiss, Sisolak's West, 2012

37-- Stephanie Altergott, Lighthouse, 2006
37-- Matthew Cullen, Lighthouse, 2002
37-- Matthew Cullen, Congo Rapids, 2014
37-- Michael Cullen, Sisolak's West [round 2], 2011
37-- Mick Cullen, Sisolak's West, 2002
37-- Mick Cullen, Sisolak's West [round 2], 2010
37-- Mick Cullen, Sisolak's West [round 2], 2011
37-- Mick Cullen, Par-King Red, 2013
37-- R.J. Dusak, Rocky's Fun House Gurnee, 2007
37-- Doug Gekeire, Sisolak's West, 2002
37-- Karen Kemnitz, Par-King Red, 2011
37-- Andrew Miller, Par-King Black, 2012
37-- Ed Montano, Rocky's Fun House Waukegan, 2009
37-- Julie Schweiss, Par-King Red, 2009
37-- Tom Schweiss, Par-King Red, 2016
37-- Tom Schweiss, Lighthouse, 2002
37-- Tom Schweiss, Sisolak's West, 2003
37-- Tom Schweiss, Sisolak's West [round 2], 2010
37-- Rusty Silber, Par-King Black, 2015
37-- Rusty Silber, Par-King Red, 2015
37-- Brian Waldman, Par-King Red, 2016

Highest rounds in M.C. Mini Masters history

83-- Sarah Lampel, Action Territory, 2000

81-- Lisa Curran, Action Territory, 1997
81-- Harold Davidson, Aloha Falls, 2012

79-- Eli Cullen, Wild West, 2016

78-- Nat Ahrens, Lighthouse, 2004
78-- Carolyn Howard, Sisolak's West, 2009
78-- Becca Klunder, Aloha Falls, 2014
78-- Sarah Lampel, Action Territory, 2001
78-- James Morren, Action Territory, 2011

77-- Jeff Bull, Action Territory, 2005
77-- Lisa Curran, Action Territory, 1998
77-- Lisa Curran, Action Territory, 1999
77-- Carolyn Howard, Aloha Falls, 2014
77-- Ben Lee, Action Territory, 2009
77-- Ben Lee, Action Territory, 2010

76-- Emily Donahue, Action Territory, 2011
76-- Carolyn Howard, Action Territory, 2012

75-- Nat Ahrens, Ballybunion, 2004
75-- Michael Arf, Libertyville, 2003
75-- Carolyn Howard, Action Territory, 2009
75-- Mary Kemnitz, Action Territory, 2003

Sixless streaks

Here are the ten longest sixless streaks in tournament history (including ties).
Matthew Cullen, 1,285 holes
Michael Cullen, 528
Tom Schweiss, 503
Mick Cullen, 431
Michael Cullen, 420
Josh Altergott, 365*
Zach Reichert, 365
Carrie Donahue, 341
Mick Cullen, 339
Dan Hill, 339
*-indicates active streak


These are the ten longest current sixless streaks.
Josh Altergott, 365
Rusty Silber, 324
Michael Cullen, 314
Jason Gola, 298
Julie Schweiss, 275
Dan Lee, 265
Frank Ettinger, 216
Alex Mason, 193
Tom Schweiss, 193
Tommy Schweiss, 184