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Golf tournament sets record for chamber

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The Enumclaw Area Chamber of Commerce rang up record profits during its annual golf tournament, staged last week at the local course.

The event attracted 112 golfers who enjoyed good weather and a day on the links, followed by dinner and awards.

The event clearly surpassed its goal of raising $10,000 (net), according to Cathy Rigg, chamber director. As of late last week, she had not received a final accounting, but was hoping the final tally might show a profit closer to $12,000.

The money, she said, goes for the general benefit of the chamber, its members and the community. Tournament profits are not earmarked for a particular cause.

Following are the winners from the Aug. 4 tournament.

Low Gross of the field

Jay Meier, Marc Medley, Duane Coleman, John So Hong - 56

Handicap Flight

First Place - Angela Foulk, Jeff Foulk, Dawn Hay, Chris Thornton - 40.18

Second Place - Dan Roach, Craig Baldwin, Peter Carrington, Scott Fitzimmons - 44.34

Third Place - Kevin Brown, Dan Kraus, Don Willis, John Nelson - 45.84

Fourth Place - Gregg and Teri Fugate, Phil and Ann Campbell - 46.98

Open Flight

First Place - David Babbitt, Jeff Huff, Scott Corliss, Jeff Hogan - 44.44

Second Place - Lee Pohlman, Pat Demery, Steve Rhodes, Zach Erwin - 45.62

Third Place - Glenn McCorkle, Bill Marquardt, Michael Anthony, Craig Martin - 46.44

Fourth Place - Trip Hart, Mike Runland, Mark Van Wieringen, Rob Kahne - 46.74

Closest to the Pin (KP)

Hole 3 Men - Chris Thornton, 12 feet, 9 inches.

Women - none qualified

(Sponsor, Enumclaw Jeep/Chrysler/Dodge)

Hole 5 - Ken Hildebrand, 5-5

(Sponsor, Gamblin Motors)

Hole 7 - Guy Hubert, 9-8

(Sponsor, The Courier-Herald)

Hole 13 - Tammy Almay, 17-7

(Sponsor, Fugate Ford)

Hole 17 - John Nelson, 2-1/2

(Sponsor, Line -X Cascade)

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