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Women's tourney attracts field of 96

Friday, September 23, 2005

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Women's golf winner: The Cassville Women's Golf Association hosted its annual women's golf invitational on Sept. 15 at the Cassville Golf Course. The winners of each flight are pictured above. In the front row, from left, are: Sandra Puckett and Beth Parmley, winners of the championship flight. Second row: Jeanne Shoup and Debra York, Flight C winners; Rosie Petrocomis and Phyllis Potkay, Flight B winners; and Mary Beck and Becky Henningson, Flight A winners. Democrat Photo
The Cassville Women's Golf Association hosted its annual Cassville Women's Golf Invitational on Sept. 15 at the Cassville Golf Course.

A field of 96 golfers competed in the tournament, which also included a luncheon prepared and served by members of the Cassville FCCLA Chapter under the direction of Janet Sullivan, FCCLA advisor. Golfers came from Springfield, Monett, Neosho, Kimberling City, Joplin, Stotts City, Republic, Carthage, Kansas City and Rogers, Springdale, Berryville and Bella Vista, Ark.

Beth Parmley and Sandra Puckett, of Joplin, were the tournament champions. Other winners in the Championship Flight were: Judy Hosford and Brenda Dandy, second place; Leta Higgs and Patty Powers, third place; and Janie Watson and Debby Lewis, fourth place.

Flight A winners were: Becky Henningson and Mary Beck, first place; Jackie Prout and Pat Ellison, second place; Debbie Schubert and Shirley Williams, third place; and Janice Holm and Beverly McIntire, fourth place.

Winners of Flight B were: Phyllis Potkay and Rosie Petrocomis, first place; Margorie Demorast and Mary Ann Donaldson, second place; Joe Weatherly and Shirley Kossoris, third place; and Lynn Johns and Bobbie Platt, fourth place.

Topping Flight C were: Debra York and Jeanne Shoup, first place; Ruth Callahan and Patty Holmstrom, second place; Bonnie Shelton and Mary Lee Meyerkord, third place; and Jo Wulder and Carol Soule, fourth place.

Closest to the pin on #6 was Judy Gumm and closest to the pin on #11 was Edna Stockdale. Kimmie Johnson had the longest drive on #5 and Janie Watson had the longest drive on #13.



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