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Four winners at Ethel May golf outing

July 24, 2013

Ethel May winners—Top, L-R: Tonya Hobson, Pat Daniels. Back: Ann Bixler, Steph Shifferly. (Photo provided)

   On Saturday, the Ladies Golf Association held their annual Ethel May Sanmann golf outing at Cross Creek Golf Course.
    The event went on despite a short rain delay and the ladies enjoyed their Florida scramble style nine holes nonetheless.
    There was a four-way tie for the winning score of 33 that belonged to Tonya Hobson, Pat Daniels, Ann Bixler, and Steph Shifferly. Missy Ainsworth was a winner in the closest to 150 marker contest on hole one, while Shifferly won the closest to the pin game on hole three. On hole five, Cheryl Bacon won the longest putt and on hole eight, Shifferly won the closest second shot contest.
    A luncheon followed the charity event at the Double Eagle. (Photo of winners above)On Saturday, the Ladies Golf Association held their annual Ethel May Sanmann golf outing at Cross Creek Golf Course.
    The event went on despite a short rain delay and the ladies enjoyed their Florida scramble style nine holes nonetheless.
    There was a four-way tie for the winning score of 33 that belonged to Tonya Hobson, Pat Daniels, Ann Bixler, and Steph Shifferly. Missy Ainsworth was a winner in the closest to 150 marker contest on hole one, while Shifferly won the closest to the pin game on hole three. On hole five, Cheryl Bacon won the longest putt and on hole eight, Shifferly won the closest second shot contest.
    A luncheon followed the charity event at the Double Eagle. (Photo of winners above)

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