The Richmond Register


April 16, 2013

GLENMORE: Dinner with the stars at Augusta



Masters Scramble at Berea Country Club

On Saturday, four teams teed it up in a unique Masters Scramble at the Berea Country Club.

There were two four-person teams and two five-person teams. Each team drew a name out of a hat for the top four players on the leaderboard at the Masters. This players Saturday’s score was added to the teams score to come up with the winner.  

Picking up most of the marbles was the team of Whitney Maupin, Dan Reynolds, Kim Gilliam and Blake Maupin. They had a -9 score of 63, but their Masters teammate was Jim Furyk with a two-over par score so the teams score dropped to a 7-under 65.

The second-place team consisting of Greg Prater, Ricky Clontz, Pnut Johnson, and Bob Adkins had a 64 but their Masters player was Fred Couples and he had a +5 score for the day which dropped their score to a 3-under, 69.

The third-place team was Barbara Belcher, Doug Duerson, Jody Glen and Jason Powell. They had a -3, 69 and their Masters teammate, Marc Leishman, shot an even-par round. They tied for second but lost on a scorecard match.


Fourth place went to Dean Turner, Matt Powell, Glyn Reed and Jamie Tate with a 69 but their Masters teammate, Jason Day, had a +1 score so dropped to a score of 70.

It was a beautiful day for golf and thoroughly enjoyed by everyone, even the losers!

Relay for Life a big hit

Last Friday, 22 four-person teams teed it up at Battlefield in a fundraiser for the American Cancer Society.

Three teams shot identical scores of -14, par 58. On a scorecard match the winners were: First – Dennis Hatfield, Conner Cornett, Madison Johnson, and Mitch Mullins; Second – Steve and Michael Bryant, Chad Bacon and Yancy and third – Ricky Clontz, Joey Centers, Bernie Harris and Larry Huffman.

There were tables loaded with prizes so I am sure the winners and many non-winners got prizes also. Chairwoman Lynn Hisle and her committee did a fine job of getting so many people to play this early in the season.

Well done, Lynn!

Thanks to Head Pro Clay Hammrick for the info.

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