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Cassadaga Country Club
Thursday Night Men’s Golf League – Scott Johnson 35, Paul Edson 38, Don House 38, Dan Butts 39, Randy Butts 40, Rob Kahle 40, Alex McQuiggan 40, Dan Thorp 40, Matt Wallace 40, Mike Lawhead 41. Closest to the pin: Henry Smith (No. 6). Low net: Paul Edson 31. Skins: Steve Wickmark (No. 3, birdie), Mike Lawhead (No. 9, birdie).
Brenton Wilcox and his guest Drew Chaddock are the 2013 Member Guest Champions at Cassadaga Country Club. The two-day tournament ended with Wilcox and Chaddock, Jamestown Community College Golf teammates, winning over the second-place team of Todd Fenton and guest Scott Winkley.
The first-day, best-ball format showed Barry Wilcox and guest Tim Lancaster in the lead by two strokes over Fenton and Winkley. Tied for third place were the teams of Rod Lind and guest Jack Skinner and Rick Fenton and guest Jeff House.
With a final-day scratch scramble victory by seven strokes, Wilcox and Chaddock were able to overtake the field. Finishing in third place overall was the team of Rod Lind and Jack Skinner. Sean Helmer and guest Scott Jagoda round out the top four places.
Tri-County Country Club
2013 Ladies Memorial Tournament – First Overall: Louella Muscarella, Carol McEntarfer, Brenda Clarke and June McDonnell 80. Second overall: Jane Fisher, Salli Locke, Mary Bolo, Rosemary Mancuso 84. Third Overall: Maureen Krause, Suzanne Newman, Edna Smith and Grace Grundtisch 89.
Gowanda APA League
Standings as of July 15 – Mike’s PG Team, 8-Ball Assassins, Ronnie’s Crazy 8’s, Legion Machines, Jamestown St. Marauders, Jamestown Tavern, Twoguns Team. TOP GUN: Gary Oehler is first in the Purple Tier. Joe Capitano is first in the Red Tier. Terry Bridenbaker first in the Yellow Tier. Judith Kurtzwurth is first in the Blue Tier.
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Lee Szymanski used a 6-iron to ace the 138-yard hole No. 2 at Chautauqua Point. The shot was witnessed by Benita Szymanski, Donna Ferrara and Bob Hacker.
Tom Flatley carded a hole-in-one at Chautauqua Point on No. 9. He used a 9-iron for the 131-yard shot that was witnessed by Jim McGill and Al Johnson.