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Women's, mixed scramble, men's league play at Country View

By Staff | Jul 31, 2017

Brooks — Recent news from Country View Golf Club.

On Friday, July 28, in a women's scramble, Sharon Todd, Donna Short and Henna Smith finished first at 39, with 13 putts; Doris Cowell, Jean Raven andLinda Potter, second at 40, with 12 putts; and Joette Fields, Donna Nason and Susan Hart, third at 41, with 15 putts. The pin winner was: Sharon Todd, 19-2 on the ninth hole.

Also on Friday, July 28, in men's league play (points in relation to quota), the top five were: 1, Ted McDonald, +2; 2, Ross DeLorenzo, Bob Lee and Clair McDonald, +1; and 5. Mike Newell, even. The pin winners were: Bob Hooper, 10-1 on the fourth; and Ross DeLorenzo, 19 inches on the ninth.

On Sunday, July 30, in a mixed scramble, Doug Merrifield, Susan Hart and Gary Birkbeck finished first at 29, with 11 putts; Bo Curtis, Hunter Quinlan, Keith Todd and Sharon Todd, second at 32, with 13 putts; John Cushman, Howard Fogg and Donna Short, third at 34 with 13 putts; and Gary Snowden, Doris Cowell, Darrell Raven and Jean Raven, fourth at 36, with 15 putts.

The pin winners were: Doug Merrifield, 9-1 on the fourth; and Gary Birkbeck, 4-2 on the ninth.

In other news: The date for the "Annual Scramble For The Course" is Saturday, Sept. 9 at 8 a.m. The entry fee is $50 per person and $200 per foursome. That fee includes 18 holes of golf, with a cart, lunch and prizes. Registration begins at 7:15 a.m. For more information, call 722-3161.

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