Kenai Watershed Forum holds golf event

The Kenai Watershed Forum held its first golf outing Saturday at Kenai Golf Course.

The Kenai Golf Course team of Doug Jung, Gordon Griffin, Tom Reese and Keith Stuart took first place in the four-person scramble with a score of minus-14, but the squad turned down the first-place prize.

First place went to Sweeney’s Clothing, made up of Gary Davis, Delaine Richards, Mike Hollingsworth and Darrel Jelsma, at minus-9. Taking second, at minus-8, was Team Drewes, made up of Bob Drewes, Dwight Kramer, Dave Ramsey and James Milborn.

Both Arby’s and Marathon Petroleum tied at minus-6, with Arby’s wrapping up third place in a shootout. Arby’s is made up of Matt Tunseth, Ryan Tunseth, Ryan Fusaro and Dave Fusaro. Marathon is made up of Sean O’Riely, James Queen, Keith Chilson and Brian Wodarek.

Also at the tourney, Ryan Kapp Edward Jones finished minus-5, Team Skipworth finished minus-5, Parker Horn finished minus-4, Edge Survey and Design finished minus-4, Josselyn O’Connor Edward Jones finished minus-1, Peninsula Health Center Team 1 finished plus-2, Peninsula Health Center Team 2 finished plus-3 and Kendall Ford finished plus-6.

Closest to the pin went to Ryan Kapp at No. 14, Ryan Fusaro at No. 10, Shawna Cooper at No. 5 and Brad Carver at No. 9.

The longest drive for women went to Tanna Chenault, the longest drive for men went to Steve Fickes and the longest drive for seniors went to Steve Horn.

Tami Murray, development director for the Kenai Watershed Forum, said proceeds from the event went to support education, restoration and research programs at the Kenai Watershed Forum.

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