Kerry Cowgill and Ken Johnson won the event by shooting a two-penny round at Meadow Lakes Golf Course in Prineville.
The Christmas Goose Golf Tournament at Meadow Lakes Golf Course offered one last chance in 2021 to play golf, and at the same time was an opportunity to participate in charity.
The tournament, which took place on December 4, filled a giant box of toddler toys, and a little more.
The Chapman format tournament was won by Kerry Cowgill and Ken Johnson, who shot a round 70 to two under par. and Ryan Heck came away third in steal A with a round of 72, while Ted Kennedy and Patrick Andrade were fourth with rounds of 73.
Flight B saw a tie for first place as Norman Mallonee and Scott Smyth finished with a round of 79 by seven and Daron Hill and Jack Rutz’s pair shot identical rounds of 79. Tom Hatch and Dewey finished third of flight B. Springer.
Jose Sanchez and Brandin Noland took first place in the net in Flight A with a score of 62.7, while JW Miller and Dave Christian finished second with a net score of 63.7. John Lanning and Paul Klotz tied with Steve Anderson and Kimmo Akerblom for third place in the steal A net with scores of 64.9.
James Withers and Anthony Strand took first place in the net in Flight B with a score of 56.3. Zuanne Neal and Kathy Lieser were second at 60.8, while Peter Wallis and Rene Swift were third at 64.3.
Jim Johnson won the closest to the pin contest on hole eight for flight A with a distance of 10ft 2 inches, while Todd O’Neal won the closest to the pin contest on the 13th hole with a distance of 18 feet.
In flight B, Peter Wallis won the closest to the pin on hole four with a distance of 11 feet eight inches, while Zuanne Neal was closest on the 17th hole with a distance of just two feet five inches.
The gross winners of the skins were Steve Spangler and Jim Johnson with a birdie on the 16th hole; Gabe Couch and Rob Bailey with an eagle at hole 12; Chris Kraft and Brian Cox with one Birdie in 10; Tony Ashcraft and Rick Fosburg with an eagle on the first hole; Jesse Heinly and Ryan Heck with one of two birdies; John Lanning and Paul Klotz with a hole-in-one on the fourth hole; Scott Boyer and Daniel Thompson with one birdie of eight; and James Withers and Anthony Strand with one birdie on nine.
The clean skins were won by Zuanne Neal and Kathy Lieser with an eagle on 13 and a double eagle on 17; James Withers and Anthony Strand with one eagle in seven and double eagle over nine; Steve Spangler and Jim Johnson with an eagle in 16; Chris Kraft and Brian Cox with one in ten eagles; Scott Boyer and Daniel Thompson with a net 1.8 of eight; Tony Ashcraft and Rick Fosburg with a double eagle on the first hole; Peter Wallis and Rene Swift with an eagle in 11; and Tom Hatch and Dewey Springer with one in five eagles. Each raw hide earned $ 23, while those with two crisp skins earned $ 37 and single crisp skins were worth $ 18.
The closest to the winners won golf balls.
The next tournament on the program will not take place until January 8, 2022, when Meadow Lakes will host the New Year Scramble.
The 18-hole, two-person tournament begins with a shotgun tee off at 11 a.m. The cost of entry is $ 65 with a cart or $ 55 on foot. Members and pros can participate for $ 30.
To enter, contact Meadow Lakes.
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