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Comanche Trace

Golf Update

Posted by Cobb on December 1, 2012 at 3:01 AM


What is interesting about this tournament is the eclectic format in which the players take their net best ball on the rst day for their score. For the second round, the course is set up the exact same way as the rst round and the ladies are able to replace a score from the previous day if they earned a better score on that hole.

There was a great turnout of 15 teams split up into two flights. Winning the First Flight was the team of Trish Butler and Linda Southwick with a net score of 53. Runners-up in the ight was the team of Michelle Tomlinson and Ariana Almond with a net score of 55. e Second Flight was won with a net score of 54 shot by the team of Paula Perich and Margie Hirsch. Runners-up for the second flight was team Debbie Wade and Maria Swann with a net score of 59.
The format was Combined Quota. The weather forecast called for thunderstorms all day on Saturday but the golfing gods were looking out for us! The rains held off and the tournament wrapped up on Saturday without delay.

The team of Mike Vinson and Bob Scott won the First Flight in a playo over Joe Gosmano and Ted Metcalf, who nished in Second. Both teams were tied at -6 for the tournament. ird Place went to Al Fields and Bob Bender, -8.

The Second Flight Bill Page and Dave Dunkiel won with a score of zero. Second Place went to Paul Schoenfeld and Mike Gooden, who shot -2. In ird Place was the team of Glenn Andrew and John Hall at -6.

In the Third Flight, the winning team was Don Coombs and Jim Palermo, who finished +1 for the event. Second Place went to Ed Longcope and Jim Spencer, who shot -3. Finishing in third was the team of Dave Phelps and Jack Wilson with a score of -5.

The Champions Tour held its AT&T Senior Quali er on the Creeks and Valley courses on October 22nd. There were close to 30 players competing to qualify for six spots. Mark Mouland shot 69 to take the top spot in the field. He was followed by Ben Bates with a 70, Bob Niger and Trevor Dodds with a 71, and Robin Byrd and Lance Tenbroeck with a 72. The players enjoyed the golf course and were very impressed with the speed of the greens, as well as the over-seeding. Each year we have this event, the players and PGA Professionals are more and more impressed with the facilities at Comanche Trace.

the MGA Championship is always an exciting two-day event for the members of the Comanche Trace Men’s Golf Association. The event was played on October 27th & 28th. Dennis Emerson was the winner of the gross division with a score of 81 + 72 = 153. The winner of the net division was Mike Sigerman with scores of 77 + 75 = 152. Congratulations to the winners!

1st – Justin Hamack, Charlie Brown, Margie Hirsch, Chuck McKeen
2nd – Bill Novak, Ed Barlow, Mitch Weatherly, Helen Herd
3rd – John Harrison, Dave McLaughlin, Linda Southwick, Margaret Carey

As the year winds down and temperatures take a turn for the cooler side, Comanche Trace members start to turn toward spending time with their friends and families over the holidays. Thanks for your continued support of the golf shop and the member events we host throughout the year. Happy Holidays from the entire golf staff; we look forward to starting the New Year with you!


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