The club members got their wish of an earlier tee time for this event with an 8am shotgun start. The reason for the early time goes to the need to hold our annual membership meeting to discuss the state of the club and to vote on some changes to our policies and procedures. With a shotgun start, everyone should finish about the same time.
First Flight winners included Jim Cowie with a one-under 71 to take the top spot in the gross competition. Dave Bridgman captured the top spot in the net competition with a three under 69. Jun Barron, Steve Guzman and Chuck Crain all shared second place at net 71. After a significant layoff with back issues, long time member John Osness returned and shot even par 72 for fifth low net.
In the Second Flight, Jim Yeaman stepped out from behind the pro shop counter to post an 83 and win low gross. Low net went to Michael Kern with a 67 while Frank Cavaliere finished second with a 70. Another three way tie completed the flight with Ed Barkley, Darien Arends, Jack Simpson and Keith Arends all sharing third at one under 71.
The Third Flight experienced the most excitement for the day with Rob Harrell acing the 15th hole and finishing second in the net competition. Thomas Barriera shot a consistent 88 for low gross while first low net went to Chuck Pickett with the best net score of the day at 63. Ken Arends took third with a 69 to complete the family trifecta while Gordy Cole and Trevor Heathorn tied for fourth at 70.
Congratulations to the winners - John Frykland, Webmaster