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  • GOLF: Local league results

    Local League Results

    Boone’s Butcher Shop League (Morning)

    First place: Wally Bowling/Bobby Lewis (32 points)

    Second: Danny Hayden/Larry Ball (31.5)

    Third: Mike Bartoszek/Bill Osbourne (31)

    Low gross: Wally Bowling (even par 35)

    Low net: Wally Bowling (32)

    Closest to the hole: Bruce Hey (#2) and Doug Lyvers (#7)

     

    Boone’s Butcher Shop (Afternoon)

    First place: Mike Wheatley/Joe Clayton (36 points)

  • GOLF: Local league results

    Local league results

    Maywood Men’s League Shootout

    Overall winner: Chad Riggs/Tommie Hurst

    Second: Willie Edelen/Logan Edelen

    Third: Kelly Wood/Rob Farrell

     

    Bud Light Women’s League

    First place: Joan Rizer/Iva Hamilton (12.5 points)

    Second: Paula Burkott/Vicki Renisch (11.5)

    Third: Jane Roby/Karen Gentry (11)

    Low gross: Joan Rizer (37)

    Low net: Jane Roby and Iva Hamilton (tied with 32)

  • GOLF: Local league results

    League results

    Maywood Men’s League

    Second half winner: Chris Ison/Pat Disponett (21 points)

    Runner-up: Garrett Antle/Phillip Wheatley and Jay Allen/Kelvin Haynes (20)

    Low gross: Mick Spalding and Logan Edelen (2-under par 34)

    Low net: Logan Edelen, Mick Spalding, Robbie Hinkebein, Garrett Antle, and Brian Taylor (tied with 32)

    Closest to the hole: Tommy Reddick (#12)

    Overall winner: Chad Riggs/Tommie Hurst

    Runner-up: Garrett Antle/Phillip Wheatley

  • GOLF: Local league results

    League Results

    Maywood Club Championship

    Championship Flight

    First place: Mick Spalding (230)

    Second: Stephen Ewing (231)

    Third: Willie Edelen (232)

     

    First Flight

    First place: Brian Mattingly (168)

    Second: John Kutch (171)

    Low Net: Jay Allen (129) and Mark Koenig (151)

     

    Bud Light Women’s League

  • GOLF: Valhalla trip gets Burkhead to reminiscing

    After taking a trip to Valhalla Golf Club on Aug. 4 for a practice round at the PGA Championship, Kevin Burkhead had a chance to reminisce about three of his former players who turned into professional athletes and a streak unmatched at Campbellsville University.

    John “J.B.” Holmes and Zack Cox played on Burkhead’s Babe Ruth League Braves’ baseball team.

  • GOLF: Eagles top Green

    Bethlehem took to the road Thursday and grabbed a 174-185 win over the Dragons.

    The Eagles won it with consistency, with their foursome each scoring 45 or below, helping them overcome a strong individual low round by the Dragons’ Elijah Rattliff, who checked in with a 36.

    J.T. Smith’s 41 led Bethlehem, followed by Will Schlosser’s 43. Daniel Steele and Corey Robinson each shot a 45.

  • TEE TIME: PGA lookback

    Wow.

    That’s just one of the many superlatives that describes last week’s PGA at Valhalla. Pick any one that you’d use and it’s still not enough.

    The crowds.

    The drama.

    The weather.

    The Tiger watch. Will he or won’t he show up?

    Rory and Phil. Rory and Rickie.

    The rush against time to finish.

  • GOLF: Local league results

    Results

    Maywood Junior Series Winners

    Girls 13U

    First place: Kylie Guerrein

    Second: Kaci Guerrein

    Girls 14-18

    First place: Caroline Osborne

    Second: Shelby Lynn Clark

    Boys 9U

    First place: Nick Osborne

    Second: Wesley Hughes

    Boys 10-13

    First place: Haydon Osborne (play-off) over Phillip Smith

    Boys 14-15

    First place: Justin Culver

    Second: Kyle Burton

    Boys 16-18

  • TEE TIME: Locals work and enjoy the PGA

    The playing conditions at Valhalla Golf Course have received rave reviews from the players and media since they stepped onto the grounds last Monday.

    Those of you who have been fortunate to play the course in the past will recall the neatly manicured bent grass fairways, the firm and fast greens, and the beautiful white sand.

    The club employs 40 people on its ground crew, with an additional 60 volunteers coming in for PGA week to insure that there is no stone left unturned in making sure everything is perfect.

  • TEE TIME: Notes from PGA Valhalla

    Paying to volunteer not that bad a deal

    It takes a lot of volunteers to stage such a massive event as the PGA. People to work in the gift shops to take care of the customers wanting souvenirs. Marshals on every hole to keep patrons away from the players and manning the crosswalks. Scorekeepers to keep everyone up to date on the leaderboards.

    And when you tell someone that you must pay to be a volunteer, they’ll look at you like you’re crazy.