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Tee Time: More results from ‘tournament-of-the-year

Rochelle Danielson writes a weekly golf column for the Chieftain.

Published on September 12, 2018 8:35AM


Although winners of the High Country Rat Race held at Alpine Meadows Golf Course on Labor Day Golf weekend played a masterful golf game, they were not awarded a green blazer, but instead, good old hard earned cash ... greenbacks.

Of this magnanimous group of golfers ─ the crafty Cats, rueful Rats and chucky Cheeses ─ winners were awarded in Low Gross (before handicap) and Low Net (handicap added) down three places in each flight.

Low Gross for the Field:

Cats: This year the coveted First Low Gross went to Chris and Carla Greenough with a two-day gross score of 155. They were +11 for 36 holes.

Second Low Gross Kevin Hegeman/Nancy Brown, 157. Third Low Gross Ken/Becci Kramer, 165.

Rats: First Low Gross Jason/Elizabeth Speer, 164. Second, Scott/Carol Franks, 165. Third, Jim/Lauri Bauer, 175.

Cheese: First Low Gross, Brad Hagerman/Emma Gabriel, 169. Second, Mike/Lil Harshfield, 183. Third, Terry Hughes/Kim Hulse, 187.

Low Net for the Field:

Cats: First Low Net: Gary/Carol Marr, 134. Second, Albin/Chris Presley, 135. Third – Tiebetween Pat Reynolds/Cindy Parks and Warren Wilson/Kim Tally, 137. Rats: First Low Net, Bill/Judy Ables, 131. Second, Alan/Carol Stephens, 135. Third, Mike/Patsy Taylor, 137.

Cheese: First Low Net, Bruce/Kathy Greenough, 129. Second, Lloyd/Nita Baker, 138. Third, Steve/Betty Wilcox, 139.

Thanks to the committee, Gary and Carol Marr and Terry and Cheri Lamb, for their diligent “tournament-of-the-year” work.

And in turn, the committee wants to thank all the volunteers (Jerry Hook cooked delicious hamburgers) and those who donated to the raffles.

END OF fifth week sessional Wednesday Match Play: Team 2 – Harlan Menton and Sherri Currie won with 9 wins. Team 5 – Tristin Beck and Pat Lynn, and Team 3 – Terry Lamb and Dean Duquette, tied with 7 wins.

Coming this Saturday is the Fall Golf Scramble. Line up a 4-man team. Starts 10 a.m. $50 per person includes dinner. Annual meeting and ball drop raffle drawing to win a free single membership for 2019 will follow.

For information on Scramble and Ball Drop Raffle, contact Cheryl at clubhouse.

Rochelle Danielson writes a weekly golf column for the Chieftain.



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