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Local golf results & calendar

Results from the tee.
Posted on July 12, 2013 at 1:00 a.m. | Updated on July 12, 2013 at 6:00 p.m.

Holes-In-One

Glenn Warren

Glenn Warren shot a hole-in-one July 11 at McCormick Creek Golf Course in Nappanee.

He aced the 124-yard 12th hole with a 3-wood. Duane Wardlow witnessed the shot.

Results

Four Lakes

18-Hole Women: Low net: A Flight — 1st, Carol Praklet 68; 2nd, Sharon Marks 69. B — 1st, Cheryl VanDerHeyden 65; 2nd (tie), Jody Lamberth and Betty Whitson 72. C — 1st (tie), Carol Bourne and Doreen Neely 69; 2nd, Judy Squires 71. Low putts: A — tie between Debbie Biggs and Sharon Marks 28. B — Jody Lamberth 29. C — Carol Bourne 30. Two-day Buddy Tournament: A — Pat Rezutko/Carol Praklet. B — Cheryl VanDerHeyden/Carol Bourne. C — Cathy Fleming/Doreen Neely.

Old Orchard

9-Hole Blossoms: Low gross: A Flight — Janet Arnold 40. B — Fran Graber 49. C — Lorraine Fales 56. Low net: A — Jan Lux 26. B — Nellie Lou Meyer 34. C — Helen Free 34. Low putts: A — Bonnie Freshour 16. B — tie between Maxine Stump and Barb Doll 21. Event: A — Janet Arnold. B — Maxine Stump 9. C — Lorraine Fields 14.

South Shore

Wawasee Warrior Open: Team champions: A.M. Men (Jeffery Conrad, Michael Conrad, Andy Wolfe, Brady McKibben); A.M. Women (Joy Goshert, Anne Seward, Kay Caskey, Taylor Goshert); A.M. Mixed (Lake City Builders — Justin Kemper, Jessica Smiker, Jeff Frye, Andy Downton); P.M. Men (Indiana Farm Bureau — Jeff Atwood, Rob Zurcher, Steve Coverstone, Jeff Moore); P.M. Women (Tranter Graphics — Tammy Tranter, Heather Fiandt, Beckie Moore, Shelly Rogers-Stump); P.M. Mixed (Rocky Goshert, Taylor Goshert, Aaron Rovenstine, Caleb Rovenstine). Longest drive: A.M. Men — Joe Leach; A.M. Women — Taylor Goshert; P.M. Men — Trevor McKibben; P.M. Women — Taylor Goshert. Longest putt: A.M. — Jason Carlson; P.M. — Corey Branham. Putting contest: Brad Rhodes. Closest to the pin: No. 5 — Dylan Cousins (A.M.), Ken Ashpole (P.M.); No. 7 — Dylan Cousins (A.M.), Brad Rhodes P.M.).

Calendar

July 15 — Elkhart County Junior Golf Tour: At Elcona Country Club, Elkhart. Age group 8-9 (5 holes) for $8, 10-11 (9 holes) for $10, 12-13 (9 holes) for $10, 14-15 (18 holes) for $15, 16-18 (18 holes) for $15. There will also be team play. Register at www.elkhartcountyjuniorgolf.com.

July 18 — Concord Dollars for Scholars Larry Jackowiak Memorial Outing: At Bent Oak Golf Club, Elkhart. The fifth annual event includes 10 a.m. registration, 11:30 a.m. lunch and a 12:15 p.m. shotgun start. Cost is $360 per foursome or $90 per individual. Sponsorship opportunities also are available. For more information contact George Dyer at georgedyer44@gmail.com or 215-8700.

July 19-20 — Bobby Dutton Senior Open: Also known as the Michiana Men’s Senior Amateur Open, at Four Lakes and Bent Oak golf clubs. Entry fee is $50. Must be 50 years old by July 19. Field limited to 90 players. Breakfast buffet available both days. Entry forms available at most area courses. For more information email paintdoctor23@yahoo.com.

July 20 — Inaugural Northridge Basketball Outing:At Meadow Valley Golf Club, Middlebury. A variety of sponsorship opportunities are available to benefit the Raider boys and girls basketball programs. Four-man scramble, $60 per player or $240 per foursome with 7 a.m. registration and 8 a.m. shotgun start. Prizes at stake and lunch provided. For more information contact coaches Ronnie Thomas at 822-5134 or thomasr@mcsin-k12.org or Doug Springer at 822-5350 or springerd@mcsin-k12.org.

July 22 — Elkhart County Junior Golf Tour: At Meadow Valley Golf Club, Middlebury. Age group 8-9 (5 holes) for $8, 10-11 (9 holes) for $10, 12-13 (9 holes) for $10, 14-15 (18 holes) for $15, 16-18 (18 holes) for $15. There will also be team play. Register at www.elkhartcountyjuniorgolf.com.

July 27 — Kent Jennings Putt for PSP Tourney: At South Shore Golf Club, Syracuse. The eighth annual event is to raise money for research into the causes and a possible cure for Progressive Supranuclear Palsy. The scramble-format tourney includes golf in the morning, lunch at the course and an afternoon cruise on Lake Wawasee aboard Lilypad II. The entire day is $100. Other options are golf and lunch only, $75; lunch only, $15; cruise only, $25. Sponsorship and goody bag opportunities also are available. For more information or to register visit www.psp.org and click on Special Events under the News and Events menu at the top of the page. Individuals may also contact Jack Jennings at jack.jennings@zimmer.com or Jim Kroemer at jim.kroemer@gmail.com.

Aug. 2 — Trine University Alumni & Friends Scholarship Outing: At Zollner Golf Course, Angola. Cost is $125 per golfer. Shotgun starts for foursomes are scheduled to begin at 7:30 a.m. and 1 p.m. Morning registration begins at 6:30 with afternoon registration starting at noon. To register or for more information, visit trine.edu/golf or contact Racheal Benner at bennerr@trine.edu or 260-665-4834.

Aug. 3 — Elkhart County Junior Golf Tournament of Champions: At Christiana Creek Country Club, Elkhart. Age group 8-9 (5 holes) for $8, 10-11 (9 holes) for $10, 12-13 (9 holes) for $10, 14-15 (18 holes) for $15, 16-18 (18 holes) for $15. There will also be team play. Register at www.elkhartcountyjuniorgolf.com.

Aug. 3 — Elkhart Memorial Girls Volleyball Outing: At Raber Golf Course, Bristol. Check-in begins at 1 p.m. with a 2 p.m. shotgun start. Cost is $50 per player of $200 per foursome and includes golf, cart, lunch and prizes. For more information, call Jack or Angie Weller at 574-266-9520.

Aug. 19 — Gallop for the Green, A Swing for the Fences: At Elcona Country Club, Elkhart. The event benefitting LoveWay therapeutic horseback riding will have a 1 p.m. shotgun start. Cost is $500 per foursome before Aug. 5 ($600 after that) and includes golf and buffet lunch. To register or for more information on sponsorship opportunities contact Aimee Miller at LoveWay at 825-5666 or info@lovewayinc.org.

Aug. 24 — RETA Outing: At Meadow Valley Golf Club, Middlebury. Registration for the seventh annual event begins at 7 a.m., with an 8 a.m. shotgun start for the four-person scramble. Cost is $60 per individual or $240 per team before Aug. 1, or $75 and $300 after Aug. 1. Entry deadline is Aug. 15. Cost includes 18 holes with cart, lunch and door prizes. For more information, contact RETA at 522-3888, reta@retaforlife.com, Bonnie Freshour at 596-5351 or bjfresh6@msn.com.

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