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August 13, 2013 8:29 am

Sr. golfer tops club championship

Written by Dante Geoffrey

Adam Aviles uses some body language to get his par putt to fall Sunday morning at the Powell Golf Club Championship. Adam Aviles uses some body language to get his par putt to fall Sunday morning at the Powell Golf Club Championship. Tribune photo by Dante Geoffrey

Forty-seven PGC golfers compete in two-day tournament

The senior men’s champion shot the overall lowest score as the Powell Golf Club held its Club Championship last weekend.

Jerry Herweyer carded a 155 for the lowest total during the two-day event. Zane Bushnell won the men’s championship with a 157, while Laurie Lee won the women’s championship with a 171 and one-hole playoff victory.

Doug Long’s 166 was good for the second-best gross score in the senior circuit and Steve Roehr’s 171 earned him third. Ken Rochlitz had the seniors’ best net score, a two-day total of 136. Mike Whitmore shot a net 140 and Kevin Mitchell shot a 143.

Behind Bushnell’s 157, Brad Hammond and Brian Morse tied for the men’s second-best gross score with totals of 158. Jared Wantulok shot a net 141 to win the men’s honor for top net score. Brian Borcher and Rich Olmsted tied for the third-best gross score and second-best net score with their totals of 162. Dick Fisher and Brock Frates each shot a 169 to tie for the fourth-best gross score.

Lee won the women’s championship after defeating Karen Holcombe in a one-hole playoff. Both golfers hit 171 gross scores and 145 net scores.

Mikala Fulton’s 138 was good for the women’s best net score, just ahead of Jan Bailey (142) and Tess Mitchell (143).

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