Wedgewood Happenings — 07.02.2018

Men’s League results for Tuesday, June 19 include CTP winners Gary Maggard, holes 2 and 5 and Trent Jones, hole 7.  Doug Jones won skins on holes 6 and 9.  Congratulations David Walker on your 1st place win and Gary Maggard 2nd place.

Monday Women’s League results were 1st place team Jeanette Hale and Jackie Smith. Both of these ladies also had CTPs — Jackie, hole 2 and Jeanette, hole 7.  Hole 5 CTP will be a carryover.   Congratulations to Alicia Biffle for her first MOP (my own par) on hole 2.   Wednesday Women’s League results were  1st place June Gantner and Donna Jones.  CTP winners were Jackie Smith, hole 5; Mary Beth Kaps, hole 7 and hole 2 will be a carry over.

Friday C&D winners were Championship Flight Marty Todd and Michele Myers and A-Flight winners were John and June Gantner.  CTP winners hole 5 June and hole 7 Frank Proctor.

Wedgewood hosted the first Cabool Alumni Golf Tournament and silent auction with proceeds going to the Cabool Elementary Bathroom Renovation Fund (FLUSH Fund).  Friday, June 29th was a hot, humid day but thirty-two golfers endured the heat wave to participate.  Congratulations to Championship winners Roger Tune/Shelton; 2nd place  Carl Tune/Haynes and 3rd place Premer/Altermatt.   A-Flight 1st place Unger/Tate; 2nd place Schutz/Kutz and 3rd place Baker/Holmes.   Longest drive winners Derrick Shelton and Roger Tune.  CTP winners men’s, Bill Altermatt and women’s, Sherri Unger.   Thank you Mary Beth Kaps for cleaning and readying carts for the tournament.  Thank you Cathy (White) Stapp for manning the proshop during the tournament.  Thanks to Jody Jarrett and Ted Noirfalise for flighting the tournament and determining the winners.

Mark your calendar for the Cat & Dog 18-Hole Scramble at Wedgewood July 28-29.

Wedgewood summer hours are Tuesday through Sunday 8 a.m. till 7 p.m.  Wedgewood has range balls available to purchase.   Come visit Wedgewood and play a round or sit in the shade and enjoy the beautiful views.

“Take Pleasure, Not in the Score, But in the Game.”  Bobby Jones 1902-1971 Co-founder of The Masters Tournament in 1934


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