June 22, 2006
Forty-Nine Teams Take Part In Father’s Day Golf Tourney
For years golf and Father’s Day have gone together in the Memphis community. Sunday, June 18th maintained the tradition as 49 teams participated in the annual Father’s Day Tournament at Timber Ridge Golf Course.
The two-man teams played during a morning and/or afternoon session with an 18-hole scramble format.
The team of Kyle Briscoe and Andy Boyer won the championship flight, winning the tie-breaker among the three teams that shot 10-under-par rounds of 58.
Dave Shalley and Mark Drummond finished second with Hubert and Jessie Nelson earning third. Fourth place went to Jared Drummond and Jacob Brewer who shot an eight-under-par round of 60.
The A-flight title went to the team of Reuschel and Reuschel with a 64. The father-son team won the tie-breaker to beat another father-son tandem of Mike and Jared Drummond who also shot 64.
Two teams tied for third place with a score of 65. The tie breaker went to Mike and Mark Druimmond. Kyle Lister and Doug Shalley settled for fourth.
The B flight featured a four-way tie with scores of 69. Jeff Davis and Kelly Cooley took first place honors. Kyle and Laddie Briscoe finished second with the team of Waddle and Scott in third and Mike Johnson and Chris Feeney in fourth.
The C flight was also a four-way tie for top honors with scores of four-over par 72. Donnie Middleton and Frank Parsons won the tie-breaker. Max Eggleston and Mike Frazier finished second followed by Mattingly and Robinson in third and Dial and Dial in fourth.
Mike Drummond won the prize for the drive closest to the 100-yard marker on hole #1. Mark Drummond had the longest drive on hole #2.
Eyad Aljundi had the second shot closest to the pin on hole #4 to win a gift certificate from Community Bank of Memphis.
Kelly Cooley had the second shot closest to the pin on hole #5 while Jacob brewer sank the longest putt of the day on hole #7.
Kyle Briscoe earned a gift certificate courtesy of US Bank with the longest putt on hole #9.
The 50/50 contests for the tee shot closest to the hole on number three went to Chris Hunt in the morning session and Brett Brewer in the afternoon. Hunt was 1’11” from a hole-in-one while Brewer just missed an ace by 1’7”.