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BGC tourneys ramp up with team events

DAILY NEWS STAFF REPORT

BRECKENRIDGE – The Men’s and Ladies Clubs of the Breckenridge Golf Club held their second competitive events of the season this past week.The Men’s Club members competed in a four-person team event, which scored the one best net ball and one best gross ball of the team. Coming in first was the team of Tom Gleason, Keith Schafer and Tom Breslin with a score of 131. A blind draw was added to their team as their final player. Taking the second position, just one stroke behind, was the team of Don Nilsson, Scott Mitchell, Ed Noordewier and Dennis Flint. Capturing third, with a 133, was the team of “Cheese” Limbruner, Chris Farley, Pete Hanigan and a blind draw.The Ladies Club players also competed in a four-person team event, which scored the two best net balls of the team. Capturing first place, shooting 120, was the team of Maureen Richey, Amy Guras, Anna Dudick and Jan Marshall. Taking second was the foursome of Sally Lewis, Diana Detmerring, Gloria Breizinger and Kim Stevenson (126).The first mixed team event of the season, held on June 4, was highlighted by a hole-in-one on Elk No. 3 by Krista Morgan. The team of Sandy and Dick Toye along with Libby Richey and Bob Cox won the four-person scramble with a net 56. Taking second were Andrew and Sally Lewis along with Hardy and Mary Grace McAlister (net 57). The inaugural Summit County Golf Day will be hosted by the Breckenridge Golf Club on Sunday. Summit County residents will receive preferred green fees and can participate in a number of exciting on-course contests. Major golf manufacturers will be present allowing you to demo the latest equipment. Fitness experts will be available to discuss strength, flexibility and golf conditioning.


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