Rally for a Cure tournament sees successful results
Despite heavy fog and chilly conditions, 28 teams competed in the annual Susan G. Komen Rally for a Cure Golf Scramble sponsored by the Andalusia Women’s Golf Association on Sat., Oct. 25.
The teams competing in the couples scramble came from Florida, Ft. Rucker, Dothan, Elba and Andalusia.
The teams spread out over the course after a shotgun start and teed off for a fun round of golf.
The fog lifted, the weather warmed and the competition heated up.
The Pink Ribbon Flight winners were: first place — Jordan Maynor and Allison Foshee; second place — Ike Isenhour and Cookie Brown of Crestview; third place — Nick Chapman and Christy Leland of Pensacola.
The Red Ribbon Flight winners were: first place — James and Bea Johnson of Dothan; second place — Jurrell Davis and Sharron McCreary; third place — Casey Jones and Bibba Jones.
The Blue Ribbon Flight winners were: first place — Jimmy and Molly Fowler, Jack Reichert and Marsha Williams; second place — Hank and Janet Mooneyham from Niceville, Fla.; third place — Grable and Carolyn Ricks.
The Green Ribbon Flight winners were: first place — Farrell and Shirley Tatum from Niceville; second place — Gary and Brenda Petty; third place — David and Janet Brantley.
The men’s closest to the pin winners were: Tom Partridge on hole No. 5 and Nick Chapman on No. 12.
Sharron McCreary won the women’s closest to the pin.
The men’s most accurate driver was David Barnes and the ladies most accurate driver was Charlotte Fuller.
James Johnson won the men’s longest drive in the fairway and Jordan Maynor won the men’s longest drive out of the fairway.
Molly Fowler won the women’s longest drive in the fairway and Barbara Marquis won the women’s longest drive out of the fairway.
Colleen Petrey chaired the tournament for the eighth year and expressed her appreciation for all of the support for the “Rally For the Cure” of women’s breast cancer.
The AWGA members traveled to Enterprise on Tuesday to compete in their Susan G. Komen Round Robin Tournament.