June 19, 2008
Hole-in-One Leads Drummonds to Win at Fatherís Day Golf Tourney
A hole-in-one paved the way for a father-and-son team to claim top honors at the annual Timber Ridge Fatherís Day Golf Tournament held Sunday, June 15th in Memphis.
Mike Drummond recorded his second career ace, sinking his tee shot on the par-three hole number eight. He and his son Mark Drummond, claimed first place in the championship flight of the morning round by carding a 10-under par round of 58 over 18 holes.
Dave and Marcus Shalley took second place with a score of 52 followed by Bob and Tyler Henselman and Brett and Jake Brewer tied with scores of 65 to make it an all father-son leader board.
The A flight top honors went to Acklie and Eddleman with a 68. They won the tiebreaker to edge Garry and Jared Talbert. Jarrod Blessing and Jared Parkin claimed third followed by Jim and Josh McBee.
The B flight featured a four-way tie with scores of 73. Steve and Jessie Mattingly won the tiebreaker. Bob Courtright and Chris Feeney finished second ahead of Max Eggleston and Mike Frazier and Charlie Boyer and Tom Matlock.
Courtright won the prize for the longest putt on hole #9 while Parkin had the longest drive on hole #2. Jason Middleton cashed in the 50/50 prize with the closest shot to the pin on hole #3.
A total of 27 teams competed in the morning round, which was interrupted late by severe weather.
The afternoon round got underway in a light rain but the 20 teams were rewarded with excellent weather the remainder of the afternoon.
Dave Shalley and Mark Drummond took top honors with a score of 59. Corvin Drummond and Chris Hunt took second with a 60.
The A flight was won by Kelly Cooley and Jeff Davis with a 69. They won a tiebreaker with Ryan Robinson and Ken McMinn.
The B flight went to Donnie Middleton and Frank Parson courtesy of a tie breaker with Garry and Jared Talbert. Both squads shot a 72.
The longest putt prize on #9 went to Joe Spurgeon. Mark Drummond had the longest drive on #2 with Dave Shalley claiming the 50/50 prize with the closest shot to the pin on #3.