2009 Golf Tournament & Long Drive Contest
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TOP 10 FINISHES IN THE LONG DRIVE:
1st Dave Mobley $10,000.00 410 yards 2 ft
2nd Patrick Hopper $4,100.00 410 yards 1 ft
3rd Matt Riggs $3,200.00 406 yards
4th Chad Roberts $2,500.00 401 yards
5th Steve Monroe $1,950.00 400 yards
6th Jeff Crittenden $1,800.00 399 yards
7th Jeff Swihart $1,550.00 386 yards
8th Robbie Biershank $1,200.00 384 yards
9th Frank Miller $900.00 376 yards
10th Tom Klintworth Free entry next year 358 yards
First Low Gross - GreenBank - (L to R) Rick Shelton, Randy Humphreys, and Allen Fennell. Not pictured, Stan Puckett.
Second Low Gross - Harrell Team - (L to R) Brad Johnson, Patrick Harrell, Drew Overbay, and Brad Dalton.
First Low Net - Suntrust - (L to R) Steve Norris, Kerm Gladfelter, Brent Byers, and Bob Wrather.
Second Low Net - DeRoyal - (L to R ) Doug Briggs, Wayne Sharp, Reid Salterfield, and Allen Nance.
Third Low Gross - JanPak - Johnny Painter, Doug Peterson, Alan Hendrix, and Art Rambo.
Fourth Low Gross - Tourney Team 5 - Tony Hughes, Greer Craig, Anna Martin, and Chris Pastina.
Fifth Low Gross - Pet Dairy - Peanut Wright, Mark Perry, Benny Shelton, and Tom Dillion.
Third Low Net - Trane - Dennis McFarlane, Jerry Whitener, Paul Gebhardt, and Glen Johnson.
Fourth Low Net - Tri-State Claims- Roland McCamis, Chad Correll, John McInturff, III, Jeff Munson.
Fifth Low Net - Summit Medical/Statcare - Ryland Prince, Dr. Steve Prince, Dr. Jaime Oakley, David Erikson.
Longest Drive (Amateur)
55 and over
Closest to the Pin
The Junior Golf Clinic, an important part of the Laughlin Memorial Hospital Annual Tennessee Pro/Am and Long Drive Tournament for scholarships, was held again this year with support from several professional long drivers, who participated in the two-day tournament event. Working with the young golfers at the clinic to encourage their participation in the game of golf were long drivers Thomas Landers, Mike Zeigler, and Frank Miller (seen in the photo below). Mack Kraus is the junior golfer shown in the photo above taking a swing at the golf ball during the clinic. First Tee of Tri-Cities also participated on Saturday with two tournaments for young golfers. First Tee of Tri-Cities was created to promote character development and encourage life-enhancing values through the game of golf.