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Low scores show up at weekly Breck golf leagues

Daily Staff Writer

The Men’s and Women’s Clubs at the Breckenridge Golf Club completed their second week of competition this week. The Women’s Club began the week’s events on Tuesday with a low-net-in-flights competition, meaning a player’s score was determined by subtracting her handicap from her actual shot total that day. Players were grouped by their handicaps.Winning the first flight – made up of players with the day’s lowest handicaps – was Amy Guras, with a net 68. She was followed by Deborah Bangham, who shot a net 71 to take second. In the second flight Kathy Warner used a net 69 to take top honors, and Janice Reynolds came in just one stroke behind for second. Anita Bullington won the third flight with a 67, and Dee Dice finished close behind. In the fourth flight it was Jo Anne Cudahy in first with a net 67; Laura Kerl shot a 70 for second.On Wednesday, the Men’s Club held a low gross in flights competition, a similar format to the women’s competition, except it was each player’s actual score that counted. The first flight battle was conducted from the Nicklaus championship tees, testing the competitors on Breckenridge’s most challenging length. Mike Dudick carded an impressive 74 to go home with the win, and Brett Malek’s 77 secured him second place. In the second flight Allan Johnson won with an 83 and Bob Watson finished 2 strokes behind for second. Tom McDonald, at 88, led the third flight, and Peter Diamond took second with an 89. Bill Hess won the fourth flight with a 92, and Jim Chandler finished second.On Monday, June 21, the Breckenridge Golf Club will be inaugurating its Ladies Night Out for Summit County residents. – Daily News staff report


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