Ralph Myhre golfers defeat Basin Harbor
MIDDLEBURY — Last week brought good weather and lots of action to the Ralph Myhre Golf Course and its members.
Over the weekend, the Ralph Myhre team visited the Basin Harbor Club for the final leg of the 2017 three-way competition among those two courses and Neshobe Golf Club, and Ralph Myhre came away with a 10.5-5.5 victory. Combined with Ralph Myhre’s earlier win over Neshobe, that result means the Middlebury course wins the 2017 Addison Cup.
Also, back in Middlebury this past weekend Ralph Myhre held closest-to-the-pin competitions on its annual Member Appreciation Day. Randy McFall earned the honor on two holes, and Anne McFall, Jane Schoenfeld and Ken Perine were closest on one hole apiece. Also, Sheila Cameron won a longest-drive contest.
The regularly scheduled Tuesday Evening Men’s Scramble on Aug. 22 produced a tie between two foursomes: Dale White, Dean George, Hogan Beazley and Sivan Cotel, and Bert Phinney, Ric Wheeler, Josh Girard and Mike Adams.
The trio of James Hadeka, Dave Campbell and Steve Maier prevailed in Thursday Night Bill Davidson Men’s Golf play on Aug. 24. Finishing second and third, respectively, were the threesomes of Dave Foran, Bill Brown and Russ Reilly, and Joe Thilbourg, Tom McGinn and Russell Leng. Campbell shot the best net score of the evening.
Taking first in the Friday Night Mixer on Aug. 25 were Dale White, Jill Jesso-White and Wes Smith. The trio of James Hadeka, Deb Hadeka and Harold Strassner finished second, and the quartet of Frank Broughton, Mary Broughton, Priscilla Leng and Russell Leng took fourth.