Crossville Chronicle, Crossville, TN

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September 10, 2013

Solberg, Letner take Duke, Duchess titles

CROSSVILLE — Tom Solberg and Leslie Letner led wire-to-wire to win the Lake Tansi Duke and Duchess played Sept. 7-8 at Tansi Golf Club. They shot a 19-under-par 125 (61-64) to outdistance 42 other teams.

Second place with an 18-under-par 126 (62-64) went to Sharon and Dan Kington.

Jay Daniles and Sandy St. Clair won the second flight with a 140 (72-68), after trailing Dick and Lorraine Northrup, Sonny and Barbara Poland and George White and M. Woods by one shot after Saturday's round. There were five other teams with even par 72s.

Cathy and Jack Chadwick shot a 141( 72-69) to finish second.

Eugene and Shemaya Dixon won the third flight with a 142 (74-68) by three strokes over Pam and Ron Winningham at 145 (74-71). These two teams were tied with Randy and Judy Barnwell for the first round lead with 74s, with the Barnwells shooting 75 on Sunday.

Dawn and Dennis Rasmussen won the fourth flight with a 153 (79-74), one stroke ahead of Gary and Pam Barrett at 154 (80-74).

The Rasmussens were tied with Jon and Stephanie Stewart at seven-over-par 79 after Saturday's play and one stroke ahead of three other teams. The Barretts shot a 74 on Sunday to take second behind the Rasmussens.

Special prize winners were — Saturday: Leslie Letner, closest to the hole on No. 3; George Hatfield, closest to the hole on No. 12 and Stan Pendleton, longest putt on No. 18; and Sunday: Tina Wheeler, longest drive on No. 2, Tom Looney, longest drive on No. 16; and Tom Greer, longest putt on number on No. 9.

First flight

125: Tom Solberg and Leslie Letner

126: Dan and Sharon Kington

129: Jason and Sonya Sitton

132: Agnes Garrett and Larry Heslip

132: Dale and Tina Wheeler

136; Tom and Anne Looney

137: Janet Brooker and Farrell Odom

137: Dawn and Brad Stewart

137: Jim and Georgia Jacobs

138: Charlie Pepper and Sara Lee Pike

139: Ann McKinney and Stan Pendleton

Second flight

140: Jay Daniles and Sandy St. Clair

141: Cathy and Jack Chadwick

141: George White and M. Woods

143: Dick and Lorraine Northrup

144: George and Faye Hatfield

144: Sonny and Barbara Poland

144: Jim Goins and Teresa Filyaw

146: Karen and D'Agostino

146: Larry and Brenda Coulter

146: Clyde and Cathy Wilocs

147: Todd Mono and Tammy Kosar

156: Anne and Mike Givens

Third flight

142: Eugene and Shemaya Dixon

145: Ron and Pam Winningham

149: Randy and Judy Barnwell

151: Joe Bell and Irene Scheffer

151: Bill Sutton and Judi Hartman

151: Robert and Jeannette Parsons

152: Charlie and Jewell Barfield

152: Jan and Kermit Hurley

154: Aven Fleming and Don Johnson

Fourth flight

153: Dennis and Dawn Rasmussen

154: Garry and Pam Barrett

156: Tom and Darlene Greer

159: Jack and Joann Kelso

160: Jon and Stephanie Stewart

160: Frank and Carole Thierry

165: Herb and Çarolyn Pallett

167: Patti Welch and Don Beane

169: Brian and Eva Hendrix

170: Teva Rainey and Bruce Wood

178: RIch and Monica Menconi

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