News from the Links/Golf Report Edition of June 20
Thursday June 20, 2013 | By:The Sun Staff | Sports
St. Francis Alumni Association tourney July 11
The St. Francis High School Alumni Association will hold its 29th Annual Charity Golf Tournament on Thursday, July 11 at Terry Hills Golf Course in Batavia. The cost is $135 per golfer and includes golf, lunch, dinner, beverages, contests and a gift. Lunch begins at 11:15 a.m. with a 12:15 p.m. shotgun start. All alumni, parents, friends, alumni parents are welcome to participate. Proceeds benefit scholarship funds established by the association to help academically qualified and financially challenged students attend St. Francis. For reservations, sponsorship opportunities or more information, call Paul Bartell at 627-1200 ext. 465 or e-mail him at firstname.lastname@example.org
Hamburg Men’s ‘65’ Club weekly top finishers
Top finishers from the Hamburg Men’s Golf Club’s “65” competition for Week Five were Steve Dearth and Art Steele with a net of 61, followed by Will Kemp and Joe Scott (61), Charley Brown and Mike McCarthy (62) and Rich Suto and Jim Stiegler (63) in Class A and Joe Kromer and Joe Kubik with a net of 56, followed by Larry Platz and Jerry O’Mara (60), Burt Hurd and Del Jackson (61) and Jim McGuire and Pete McCormick (62).
Golda, Weaver hold off field for HMGC tourney win
Steady rounds of 64 and 63 for a two-day total of a 13-under-par 127 enabled Brad Golda and Ken Weaver to capture the Hamburg Men’s Golf Club’s 2013 J.P. Fitzgerald’s Member-Member Tournament. This year’s event was very competitive as the runner-up place went to Bob Bleech and Mark DiPasquale with a 128 and third-place honors were earned by the father/son duo of Tim and Brian Lalley (128). Fourth through ninth place tandems were separated by just another two strokes. Sunday’s Round Two began with the 84 participants having coffee and snacks at the Tee Off Snack Bar and following the championships completion, the awards banquet and meal were held at the host sponsor, J.P. Fitzgerald’s.
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