Shaw and Stulberg tops at ladies wind-up golf tournament

Team of Messenger and Oddy take Eagle River Golf and country Club mixed tourney.

Dave and Lynne Messenger and Kornelia and Brian Oddy were the top team in the Eagle River Golf and Country Club’s 31st Annual Mixed Wind-up Best Ball Tournament.

The Eagle River Golf and Country Club’s 2013 Ladies Wind-up Golf Tournament was held on Sept. 10.

The results were as follows:

Low gross winner was Helene Shaw with a 44. Low net champion was Dianne Stulberg.

Presenting the trophies was Marianne Jager of Eagle River Golf Club.

Mixed wind-up

The 2013 31st Annual Mixed Wind-up Best Ball Tournament was held Sept. 7.

Eleven teams entered to win the 2013 Mixed Tournament and the team of Dave and Lynn Messenger and Brian and Korny Oddy captured the honours with a net score of 53 – three strokes ahead of the second-place runners up team consisting of Todd and Jalayna Kyllo, and Troy and Dee Dee Sylvestre.


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