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Four teams shoot 33 in Senior Men's Scramble at Etna Acres
Friday, May 4, 2012 3:13 PM
Four teams shot scores of 33, but first place went to the quartet of Todd Rebholz, Phil Rebholz, Ray McCarty and Bill Fulmer in Tuesday Senior Men's Scramble at Etna Acres.
Also shooting a 33, was the quartet of Lee Richards, Steve McCammack, Bob Anglin and Tom Oldenkamp, the foursome of Jerry McVicker, Denny Thornton, Earl Harrell and Bill Preston and the team of Daryl Smith, Jim Myers, Norm Bell and Bill Rettig.
Bob Hoch was closest to the pin on hole No. 2, and Oldenkamp was closest on No. 8.
The long drive in the fairway went to Tim Kreider on No. 3, and Larry Garrett on No. 4.
Bob Anglin had a chip-in on No. 6.
Mike Goetz recorded a 36 for the low score of the day in the Tuesday Night Men's League, topping Todd Stoffel, David Prater and Mark Laymon, each of whom shot rounds of 37, and Ed Tackett with a 38.