Moon Landing Tournament
Good day for Golf at Stewart Meadows Golf Course & Resort. Going to be hot today. Glad we’re starting early.
The golf course fairways and greens were in gorgeous condition and you knew where the nearest golf course was.
Special Thanks to Our Sponsor:
Special thanks to Phoenix Auto Center Tire Pros sponsoring the Moon Landing Tournament.
The check-in desk was set up and ready for us as well as the golf carts.
Everyone was busy discussing how good they have been playing before tee off.
The tournament scoring system was Callaway. Same used for our first tournament at Quail Point GC. This scoring system made competition scores a lot closer.
Luck of the draw
When you registered you put your name on a playing card and put it back in the deck. Even though you played with who(m) you wanted to at the end of the day the team you were assigned to was literally determined by drawing of cards. The players scores were added together and then the Callaway scoring system was applied to determine team score and tournament places.
Team #1: Jack Smith, Brandon Rupert, Dan Long, Roy Striley
Team #2: Victor Wiggington, Rich Muriset, Mike Johnson, Jack Smith
Team #3: Howard Magill, Rick Drake, Karen Murphy, Jack Rollins
Team #4: Dottie Muriset, Allan Pankonin, pat Johnson, Mick Metcalf
Team #5: Jim Scroggins, Jack Thomas, Ricky Kong, Monte Leone
Team #6: Don Coats, Mason, David Jack, Joe Wiesenberger
Team #7: Chris Boren, Jim Marston Haily Scala, Tony Yanez
First Place with a team score of 247.5 was team #2: Victor Wiggington, Rich Muriset, Mike Johnson, Jack Smith
Second Place with a team score of 252.5 was team #3: Howard Magill, Rick Drake, Karen Murphy, Jack Rollins NOTE: Karen was in the parking lot at time of picture.
Women: Pat Johnson; Men Under 64: Nick Metcalf; Men Over 64: Don Coats
Accuracy Drive: Al Pankonin
Closest to Pin: Brandon Rupert, Joe Wiesenberger, Pat Johnson
Congratulations to all!
See you 24 August at End of Summer Classic at Stone Ridge Golf Course.
President, Veterans Golf Club of Southern Oregon