Thursday Night Men’s Twilight News

The August 15edition of the SFG&CC Thursday Night Men’s Twilight golf was sponsored by Glen Tay Transport. The scramble format was in play,the sun was shining, and thegolf gods were smiling. 

John Hoysted, Jim Gunn, Rod Cook, and Larry Willard posted the low score on the front nine. The power trio of Kyle Hitchcock, Eric Maitland, and Seth Baker cruised to victory on the back.
 
The Roosteraunt closest to the pin prizes went to Josh Veneer and Glen Campbellfor their tee shots on holes 3 and 14.Lee McFadden and Rick Thompsontook home the Burns Jewelers gift certificates for the best second shots on holes 6 and 10.

The Town and Country Chrysler longest driveswere sent into orbit by Mike Donovan and Roger Cookeon holes 7 and 13. Keith Jordanwon the Milano’s Pizza prize for a great tee shot on hole 8, and the Valley Custom Cutting gift certificate went to Rick Thompson for his beauty on hole 16.

The fabulous test of skill was performed byRyan Henderson and Murray Campbell. Their reenactment of the “Dual in the Sun” received a standing ovation.
 
The Twilight cart prize went to Kyle MacDonald, and this week’s Rocky’s Road Rash ballwent to Peter Aunger.He’ll try for a hole-in-one to win the $15,000 Hunt and Dopson prize at the Closing. Good luck! 

Last week’s Obsessed With Golf trivia question: In honor of Payne Stewart on the week of his death in a Learjet crash in 1999, who wore Stewart’s trademark cap and plus-four pants at the Tour Championship later that same week?Answer: D. Stuart Appleby.

This week’s question:Why did Tom Weiskoph not participate in the Ryder Cup in 1971? 

A.    His wife was having a baby
B.    He didn’t like the captain
C.    His membership application to the PGA wasn’t forwarded in time
D.    He was injured


See next week’s article for the answer.