Crossville Chronicle, Crossville, TN

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June 18, 2013

Ward’s hole-in-one is highlight of Exchange Club Golf Tournament

CROSSVILLE — After being rained out in April, the Lake Tansi Exchange Club Golf Tournament was played June 15 at the Tansi Golf Course, but the highlight of the tournament was a hole-in-one by Kay Ward of Murfreesboro. She recorded an ace on the par 3, third hole to win a new car from Dave Kirk Automotive.

She and her playing partners, Shelia Davenport, Diane Edmondson and Gina Maxwell, finished with a 12-under-par 60, which was good for fifth place in the first flight, three strokes behind Tom Solberg, David Potter, Larry Heslip and Tom Looney.

Solberg's team won a scorecard playoff over Bobby Randolph, Jerry Crabtree, Donnie Dixon and Joe Woody. Roger Potter, Brian Dailey, Chuck Dale and Stuart Smith won third in a scorecard playoff over Rick Matzelle, Phil Vaughn, Dan Ferry and David Kerr.

Another scorecard playoff determined the winner of the second flight, as four teams tied at nine-under-par 63.

Bill Roberts, Everett Cook, Eddie Liskovec and Sonny Poland took the nod over Debbie Jones, Janet Brooker, Ann McKinney and Ann Looney, and Tommy Bean, Johnny Frank Warner, Rob Jones and Julian Galan. Fourth was Mike Dalton, Kathy Dillon, Jason Sitton and Sonya Sitton.

Two more scorecard playoffs determined the winners in the second flight.

Tammy Kosar, Todd Mono, Dino D'Agostino and Karen D'Agostino won first place over Jim Jacobs, Jim Hellem, Stuart Pauley and Sheridan Miszklevitz. Both finished at seven-under-par 65.

Third place in the second scorecard playoff went to Ken Deadmon, Mike Givens, Lee Garner and Panco Fuentes, as they tied Cameron Sexton, Joe Salvato, Jerry Harris and Tori Harris at six-under-par 66.

Tom Upshaw, Ron Tomlinson, Ron Bystol and Jerry Mayo won the third flight via another scorecard playoff over Bob Murray, Roger Coulther, Jim Ratliff and Jim Nelson. Both tied at one-under-par 71.

Les Elam, Bud Garchow, Sam Fleming and Jon Stewart took third in another scorecard playoff over Patti Welch, Margie Parko, Bonnie Mullins and Barb Sullins; and Harry Preston, Gene Ballew, Cindy Huth and Marth Huth. All three finished at even par 72.

First flight

57: Tom Solberg,  David Potter, Larry Heslip, Tom Looney

57: Bobby Randolph, Jerry Crabtree, Donnie Dixon, Joe Woody

59: Roger Potter, Brian Dailey, Chuck Dale, Stuart Smith

59: Rick Matzelle, Phil Vaughn, Dan Ferry, David Kerr

60: Shelia Davenport, Kay Ward, Diane Edmondson, Gina Maxwell

60: Jim Goins, Steve Jones, Bill Matherly, Dale Wheeler

61: Jerry Davenport, Larry Ward, Bill Nicoll, Danny Plumlee

Second flight

63: Bill Roberts, Everett Cook, Eddie Liskovec, Sonny Poland

63: Debbie Jones, Janet Brooker, Ann McKinney, Ann Looney

63: Tommy Bean, Johnny Frank Warner, Rob Jones, Julian Galan

63: Chris Burk, Earl McRill, Dennis Sassenger, Perry Turner

63: Mike Dalton, Kathy Dillon, Jason Sitton, Sonya Sitton

64: Fred Roehlig, Jerry Gorman, Kermit Hurley, Paul Carothers

64: Farrell Odom, David Rollins, Joe Mac Bennett, Celeste Flatt

64: Chuck Sullins, Roger Thackston, Conley Dykes, Tom Skender

Third flight:

65: Tammy Kosar, Todd Mono, Dino D'Agostino, Karen D'Agostino

65: Jim Jacobs, Jim Hellem, Stuart Pauley, Sheridan Miszklevitz

66: Ken Deadmon, Mike Givens, Lee Garner, Pancho Fuentes

66: Cameron Sexton, Joe Salvato, Jerry Harris, Tori Harris

67: Diane Beamish, Rhonda Raback, Linda Carothers, Georgia Jacobs

67: Frank Gale, J. Letourneau, Gary Barrett, Larry Robertson

68: Frank Thierry, Carol Thierry, Charlie Barfield, Jewel Barfield

70: Bruce Wood, Dick Washburn, Teva Rainey, Rex Rainey

70: Sandy Cannon, Bill Sutton, David Sutton, Jim Cannon

Fourth flight

71: Tom Upshaw, Ron Tomlinson, Ron Bystol, Jerry Mayo

71: Bob Murray, Roger Coulther, Jim Ratliff, Jim Nelson

72: Les Elam, Bud Garchow, Sam Fleming, Jon Stewart

72: Patti Welch, Margie Parko, Bonnie Mullins, Barb Sullins

72: Harry Preston, Gene Ballew, Cindy Huth, Mark Huth

77: Linda Spivey, Judy May, Darlene Greer, Steph. Stewart

77: Judy Hartman, Pam Barrett, L. Letourneau, Ann Givens

84: Charlotte Springer, Carol Cox, Darlene Elkins, Celia Hellem

Closest to the hole winners were Johnny Frank Warner, No. 3; Tammy Kosar, No. 6; Dan Ferry, No. 12: and Jerry Crabtree, No. 15.

Straightest drive winners were Bill Sutton and Anne McKinney; longest drivers were Tom Solberg and Janet Brooker; and Joe Salvato recorded the longest putt.

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