Crossville Chronicle, Crossville, TN

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May 6, 2014

Scorecard playoffs determine Exchange Club tourney champs

CROSSVILLE — Twenty-six teams (108 players) were greeted by beautiful weather April 26 at Lake Tansi for the 28th annual Exchange Club Golf Tournament; however, it took several scorecard playoffs to determine the winners in each of three flights.

Micah McShan, Chuck Dale, Stewart Smith and Brian Daley won the first flight in a scorecard playoff with Sonny Poland, Everett Cook, Pat Kirby and Scott Kirby, after both teams finished with a 13-under-par 59.

Third place in another scorecard playoff was Mike Dalton, Carl Hedgecoth, Robert Parsons and Danny Plumlee over Shelia Davenport, Kay Ward, Diane Edmondson and Joanna Herman and Dale Wheeler, Tom Solberg, Tina Wheeler and Scott VanWinkle.

Three teams were involved in a scorecard playoff in the second flight, as three foursomes finished at eight-under-par 64.

Joe Mac Bennett, Chuck Sparks, Jim Clark and David Legge won first, followed by Conley Dykes, Dan Boggs, Chuck Sullins and Dave Hickey,  and Jerry Davenport, Larry Ward, Kris Burk and Jim Goins.

Judy May, Linda Spivey, Darlene Greer and Rasmussen won first place in the third flight in another scorecard playoff over Sheridan and Norma Miszkevitz, Don Beane and Patti Welch. Both finished at four-under-par 68.

Tammy Kosor, Todd Mono, Dino D'Agastino and Karen D'Agastino finished third with a 69.

First flight

59: Micah McShan, Chuck Dale, Stewart Smith, Brian Daley

59: Sonny Poland, Everett Cook, Pat Kirby, Scott Kirby

60: Mike Dalton, Carl Hedgecoth, Robert Parsons, Danny Plumlee

60: Shelia Davenport, Kay Ward, Diane Edmondson, Joanna Herman

60: Dale Wheeler, Tom Solberg, Scott VanWinkle, Tina Wheele

61: Pancho Fuentes, John Partain, Jack Parger, Bob Skrowronski

61: Janet Brooker, Farrell Odom, Steve Jones, Debbie Jones

62: RIck Matzell, Dan Ferry, Phill Vaughn, Bailey

62: Ken Deadmon, Paul Dixon, David Kerr, Will Collis

Second flight

64: Joe Mac Bennett, Churck Sparks, Jim Clark, David Legge

64: Conley Dykes, Dan Boggs, Chuck Sullins, Dave Hickey

64: Jerry Davenport, Larry Ward, Kris Burk, Jim Goins

65: John Lyon, Gary Barrett, Larry Robertson, Jim Letourneau

65: Ed Yoder, Paul Yoder, Dave Sutton, Bill Sutton

66: Harry Preston, Gene Bellew, Cindy Huth, Mark Huth

66: Les Elam, John Hutchinson, Sam Fleming, James Perry

67: Harry McCulley, Jimmy Green, Rick Heuser, Dave Lucas

Third flight

68: Judy May, Linda Spivey, Darlene Greer, Dawn Rasmussen

68: Sheridan Miszkevitz, Norma Miszkevitz, Don Beane, Patti Welch

69: Tammy Koso, Todd Mono, Dino D'Agastino, Karen D'Agastino

70: B. Murowski, Richard Ely, Steve Brady, Sam Drainas

70: Fred Roehlig, Jerry Gorman, Kermit Hurley, Joe Hamilton

70: Charlie Barfield, Doug Hansen, Jack Kelso, Frank Thierry

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

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

83: Ch. Springer, Carol Cox, Darlene Elkins, Celia Hellem

Special prize winners were Steve Jones, closest to the hole, No. 3; Linda Spivey,

No. 6 David Sutton, closest to the hole, No. 12; Chuck Sparks, closest to the hole, No. 15; Dave Lucas and Judy May, straightest drive; Farrell Odum and Tina Wheeler, longest drive; and Carl Hedgecoth, longest putt, No. 15.

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