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Updated: 11/21/2013 08:00:04AM

Around the links: a local golf roundup

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By DAVID H. RINALD

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Lake June West golf club reopens

The long-awaited reopening of the golf course at Lake June West took place Monday, Nov. 11, and local golfers enjoyed the newly renovated facility. Members of the Women’s Golf Association inaugurated the greens, playing their “Best Ball” tournament on Opening Day. Annie Hall teamed with Betty Kincheloe, Mary Malone and Chris Heath to take first place with a score of even 40. Taking second, at 41, were Eva Huffman, Beth Schuenke, Charlotte Mathew and Jan Mann.

Annie Hall was closest-to-the-pin at hole number two, her shot coming to rest 21 feet, 1 inch from the cup. Chris Heath was closest to number four at 9 feet, 4 inches and Betty Bevard had the honors at number eight, 5 feet, 1 inches.

Thursday morning, Nov. 14, the Lake June West golfers turned out for their weekly Mixed Scramble. Two teams tied for the win at 54. Following the obligatory match-of-cards, first place went to the team of John and Betty Byron, Jane Roush and Charlotte Mathew. Second place was awarded to Joe and Joyce Swartz, Larry and Chris Heath with Bob Orr.

JoAnn McGill was closest-to-the-pin at hole number two, 10 feet, 2 inches from the cup. Larry Heath was closest to number four at 18 feet, 9 inches while Jane Roush had the honors at number eight, 4 feet, 8 inches from paydirt.

Placid Lakes men play 3-2-1 best ball

A 3-2-1 Best Ball tournament was the format-of-the-day for the Men’s Golf Association at their weekly tournament Wednesday, Nov. 13.

The winners were Jack Marceau, Frank Fisher, Travis Harstine and Jim Rosymarynowski with a combined card of -22. In second, at -21, were John Goble, Gene Ransom, John Rosettis and Dick McArdle. The third-place team consisted of Bob McMillian, Jack Hoerner, Bob Sheets and Tom Bramos. They shot -18.

Tom Lacy was closest-to-the-pin at hole number two, 6 feet, 6 inches from the cup.




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