Crossville Chronicle, Crossville, TN

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August 14, 2013

Lake Tansi POA crowns club champs

CROSSVILLE — MEN'S CHAMPIONSHIP FLIGHT — Jordan Vance won the Lake Tansi POA championship with a one-over par 145, edging Kyle Jackman by five shots. Eighty men and women participated in the annual club championship, with the winners receiving their awards at the Killeen's On The Green, formerly Cannons, following play Sunday evening.

MEN'S FIRST FLIGHT — Jordan Graham won low gross in the men's first flight with a 159, while Darren Danley (not present) low net honors with a 142.

MEN'S SECOND FLIGHT — Dave Passon, left, won low gross honors in the men's second flight with a 184, while Dave Hickey was the low net winner with a 146 total.

WOMEN'S FIRST FLIGHT —Georgia Jacobs, right, won the ladies club championship, while Sharon Kington won low net honors in the championship flight.

WOMEN'S SECOND FLIGHT —  Donna Starr, left, won low gross in the women's second fight, while Norma Miszklevitz was the low net winner.

WOMEN'S THIRD FLIGHT — Carolyn Whittenburg, left, and Sally English were the low gross and low net winners in the women's third flight.

GOLD TEE DIVISION — From left are Sherida Miszklevitz, second flight low net winner; Tom Looney, first flight low gross winner; Tom Skender, first flight low net; and Danny Plumlee, second flight low gross.

GOLD TEE DIVISION — Eddie Liskovec, left, won the third flight low gross division, while Rod Brown won the third flight low net division. They received their awards Sunday night at the country club.

GREEN TEE DIVISION — Dan Boggs won low net in the green tee division first flight, while Will Collis, not present, was the low gross winner.

GOLD TEE DIVISION — Chuck Sullins, left, won the gold tee division second flight low net award, while Earl McRill won low gross honors.

GOLD TEE FOURTH FLIGHT — Tom Beamish, left, and Jerry Davenport won low net and low gross honors, respectively, in the gold tee fourth flight.

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