September 16, 2004
Roger Robinson Wins Timber Ridge Lottery
Roger Robinson did not pick the Powerball but he did win the lottery, the Timber Ridge Golf Course lottery. Robinson was the lucky winner in the golf courseís raffle for a free membership for 2005. The winning ticket was picked following a two-player 18-hole golf tourney held Sunday, September 12.
The team of Dave and Doug Shalley won the championship flight with a seven-under-par 61. Lynn Riney and Charlie Boyer finished second with a 64 followed by Dean and Janet Bolick with a 65.
The A-flight saw a three-way tie for first place between the teams of Kris Lister and Chris Hunt; Mike and Jeannie Drummond; and Bob Newman and Chris Feeney.
Newman and Feeney bowed out in the second hole of a playoff to finish third. It took five extra holes to settle the tie as Lister and Hunt took the top prize.
Doug Shalley was the big winner on the course. He won a $25 prize from Memphis Lumber with the tee shot closest to the 100-yard stake on hole #1. He won the closest to the pin contest on hole #3 twice. His tee shot was the best in both the front and back nine to win both prizes. Doug was not done there, as he also took home a $25 gift certificate from the Catfish Place on hole #7 where his second shot was closest to the pin.
Bob Courtright won a $25 prize from Hinds Realty with the longest putt on hole #2. Lister won a golf bag from Pepsi for hitting the shot closest to the golf bag on hole #4. Steve Dial got into the act, winning a polo golf shirt from Timber Ridge with the longest putt on #6. Hunt won a gift certificate from the Party Shack with the longest putt on #9.
The Catfish Place, Jís Foods and Gas & More provided the lunch for the golfers.
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