The Cedaredge Ladies Golf Club played its annual "Sizzler" Invitational Golf Tournament on June 4-5. The tournament was played at Cedaredge Golf Course.
The first day consisted of a two-person scramble with a four-woman 'horserace' to follow. Some of the difficult, but fun, things to do included stretching over a bale of hay and hitting a ball off a tee, teeing off number 11 with a bandana covering the eyes, and driving off number three with rubalance beamer boots on.
Winners on the first-place team included Nancy Sturgill, Barbara Murphy, Mary Claxton and Gayle Guadarrama. Second place went to Winton Brophy, Barb Stoermer, Jinx Richards and Bev Burke. The third-place team consisted of Teresa Jaskunas, Peggy Brink, Becky Brown and Archie Wethington.
Situation prize winners were: Long Drives - First Flight, Barb Murphy; Second Flight, Chris Anderson; Third Flight, Bev Burke.
Long putt winners included Peg Brink (First Flight), Vicki Ripp (Second Flight) and Archie Wethington (Third Flight).
On the second day of competition, players participated in a two-person best ball round. Winners from the First Flight were Nancy Sturgill and Barb Murphy (First Gross), Lindy Melberg and Margie Landis (Second Gross), Helen Carner and Leslie Lewis (First Net), Kathy Short and Lynn Lijenberg (Second Net).
Second Flight winners included Chris Anderson and Karen Locke (First Gross), Cindy Lonis and Helen Jurca (Second Gross), Jeannie Pippin and Karla Schlatter (First Net), and Joleen Feazell and Jane Watson (Second Net).
The top Gross winners in Third Flight play were Ruth Bentley and Phyllis Finlay. Alice Brown and Lila Jiron had the second place Gross score. Net winners were Anna Marie Turilli and Judy Welch (first) and Becky Brown and Archie Wethington (second).
Kudos go out to the tournament committee members (Alma Evans, Karen Helbert, Nancy Sturgill, Sharon Williams and Geri Wilkens).
Joleen Feazell was responsible for the smooth running of the 'Horserace' and Cedaredge golf pro Larry Murphy and the staff (including the grounds keepers) were commended for their efforts, making play an enjoyable experience.blog comments powered by Disqus