Filed Under: White Plains Golf
Kevin Hawkins, Harry McGugin, and Don Campbell won the April 2, weekly Tuesday Scramble at Belle Acres carding 2 under par. McGugin also took both closest to the pin prizes landing 9 feet from the pin at number 2 and 10 feet away on the nine hole.
The Wednesday weekly A-B-C-D Scramble at Southern Hills Country Club will begin play for the 2013 season April 17. Tee time will be 5 p.m. for this first week of competition and will change to a later time as the daytime hours grow.
Entry fee for the event is $25 each week and includes golf with cart and prize pool.
Southern Hills offers a hamburger bar after play to satisfy your hunger.
For more information contact the course at 931-432-5149.
GOLF PLAYERS WANTED
Organized by Miss Rickie (GolfRus@frontier.com), Wednesdays at Ironwood is the place for 55+ mixed social golf which will begin play April 3 at 8 a.m.
Players of all levels are welcome for fun competitions each week so dust off your clubs and come join in the fun.
For more information call Ironwood Golf Course at 931-528-3221 or contact Miss Rickie, GolfRus@frontier.com.
The first scramble competition of the season in the Upper Cumberland area teed off at Belle Acres Tuesday, March 12 at 5 p.m. as nine players (three, three-man teams) braved the chilly weather for a best ball contest won by Peter Grima, Don Campbell, and Tony Wright.
Closest to the pin winners were Campbell on the number nine hole and Richard Robinson (picture not available) at number 3.
Teen Challenge of the Upper Cumberland will hold its 3rd annual Hope for Life benefit golf tournament on April 6th, 2013 at 8:00AM at Southern Hills Golf and Country Club. This year’s 4-man scramble tournament, sponsored by REMAX Cross Roads, LLC of Livingston, is offering a $10,000 Cash Hole in One Prize along with lots of giveaways, cash flight prizes and lunch provided by KFC of Sparta.
The cost is $75 per player which includes 18 holes, golf cart, shirt, lunch, goody bag, and free snacks and drinks. Participants can register online at www.teenchallengeuc.org or by calling 888-688-0470. Registration Deadline is March 22nd.
Teen Challenge of the Upper Cumberland is a Christian, residential crisis program for women who want freedom from addiction. While residents are in the program, they receive help with overcoming their life controlling issues, as well as placement into one of the many long-term faith-based Teen Challenge facilities. The ministry has plans to open a men’s crisis facility in the near future.
White Plains will once again host the “Jack Frost” tournament Saturday, February 9 with a shotgun start at 11 a.m.
The one day tournament is a two-man scramble event played over 18 holes.
The cost is $25 per player.
Sign up in advance by calling the course at 931-537-6397.
Patrick York (pictured) aced the #9 hole at Belle Acres on January 26, 2013 as Dan Verble, Ernie Evans, Peter Grima, and Bryan Rogers looked on.