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Hole-in-ones at Devil's Thumb

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The final results from Devil's Thumb Men's play for July 17 and 24 indicate some strong play with plenty of accuracy, especially on the 17th. Two hole-in-ones were recorded, one in Senior Men's League play and the second in Men's League play.

Don Brown was the top net scorer on July 17 in senior's play with a 69 acing Mike Brown's 71. The winner got lots of help with his score by recording a hole-in-one on number 14. Steve Hicks and Lonnie Savage tied for third net honors with identical scores of 74.

Ray Tyler placed first in gross play with his 81 and was followed by Jim Timmerwilke and Dennis Phillips' scores of 82 and 85.

Josh Applegate carded a 31 to win the Men's League match on July 17. He also duplicated Don Brown's feat of knocking in his tee-shot on number four (and obviously won the closest to the pin award for the day).

Mike Savarrd and Alden Shuss tied for second place in gross play with scores of 41.

Kenny Heinze was the day's (July 17) top net scorer in men's play with his 28. Scott Petershiem was second with a 33 and Lyle Wingard had a 34 for third place.

In closest to the pin honors (with Applegate), James Nix's ball came to a stop 19 feet and eight inches from the pin on number 7.

Results from July 24 (Senior's) had Kevin Davis the day's top gross 18-hole player with a round of 76. Craig Lund was second with a 79 and Ray Tyler placed third with an 84.

In net play, Timmerwilke, Mike Brown and Jack Lonis all shared first place with scores of 68.

In Men's League action for July 24, Dwain Bush's 37 topped the field in gross play with Lund's 40 good for second place and Shuss' 41 a third place winner.

Net winners included Nix (33), Leland Chadwick (34) and a tie for third (35) between Cal Letey and Lyle Wingard.

Closes to the pin on the back nine was claimed by Lund (19-11 on number 14 and 17 feet on number 17).

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