Hunting slows down golfing — temporarily

Hunting season is upon us, so for a couple of weeks golfing slows down, but in spite of that nine Senior Men showed up on Monday and they played a three-man scramble.

The team of George Stein, Sid Cox and Darell Jelsma were the winners. Second place went to Mike Hollingsworth, Gary Davis and John Davis, while third place was Earl Mathis, Tim Bowser and Gary Dawkins. The greenie at the sixth went to Gary Dawkins and at the eighth went to Darell Jelsma. Tim Bowser had the longest putt.

Tuesday, only four ladies showed up — Margaret Stanley, Rita Geller, Denise Cox and Chiya Bazan. Chiya won both low gross and low net.

On a beautiful Wednesday night, 14 men played a team scramble and the winners were Steve Hammarstrom, Steve Griglione, Jakob Brown and John Davis. Second in a card-off went to Robert Stiver, Tom Maloney, Bill Haese and Mark Baker. The long drive was performed by Jeff Selinger and closest to on No. 6 was Tom Maloney and on No. 8 was Jeff Selinger. The pure birdie went to Tom Maloney.

The last Par 3 Challenge of the year was played on Saturday, so results will be in next week’s column.

The final tournament of the year is the Cold Weather Classic, a two-person, man-woman team playing a Scotch Double (alternate shot) format. Call the pro shop for more info or to sign up.

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