Results – Rivercut

Flight 1 – Gross – Wayne Begger, Bill Wester, Richard Cameron                                                   Net –  Art Farris, James H. Roberts, Steve Griffin                                          Flight 2 – Gross – Steve Hirsh, Jerry Morgan, Butch Morris                                                           Net – Charles Erickson, Don Patterson, Bob Fleckal                                    Flight 3 – Gross – Dan Emrie, Del McCormick, Bill Fischer                                                           Net – Bill Brell, Mark Ringenberg, Bob Bennett                                             Flight 4 – Gross – Bob Cooper, Bill Adams, John Catau, Melvin Foster                                         Net – Art Raborar, Scott Rhodes, Ernest McCutchen                                    Flight 5 – Gross – Jerry Bader, Gay Wheatley, John Ford                                                             Net – CJ Wiggins, Clarence Lange, Jim O’brien, Earle Doman

Long Drive – 60/67 Dave Moots; 68/75 Lynn Carlton; 76+ Jerry Sowell                       Closest To Hole #2 – Charles Erickson (Hole in One), Wayne Begger,                                                               Richard Cameron                                                                   Closest To Hole #15 – Bill Dake, Bill Bauer, Mark Ringenberg

 

Branson Hills format change

We have decided that because of the difficulty of this course (branson hills), we will be changing the format from an individual event to a 4-person scramble. Teams will be put together based on handicap. We will have an A, B, C, and D player on each team.  We will be making more announcements about this tournament at the Millwood event.

See you at the course very soon,

Dick Covey

Twin Oaks CC entries

DO NOT send in entry for twin oaks cc yet. Some have and they will have to be shredded. The entries for twin oaks will be accepted only after a mail out in August that includes the end of year banquet entry form. Thank you for being anxious, but to keep things as simple as possible, and these events need that, we ask again for no more twin oaks entries at this time.

Thanks you,

Mel Foster and Dick Covey