Asbell team wins Fathers Day tournament

  • Saturday, July 6, 2013

Bob and Chris Asbell came in with a low gross score of 115 to win the 2013 Summerville Country Club Father-Son/Daughter Tournament.
The Asbells topped the defending champions, Tod and Brady Cox of Anderson, by four stokes June 22-23 during the annual tournament held on the Miler Course.
The format was a two person Captain's Choice with the low gross winners claiming the overall title.
Barry and David Connor placed third with a 121 score and Tom and Ben/Will Jeter placed fourth with a 122 score.
Low net results
1st flight winners: Tom and Will/Ben Jeter (124)
Runner up: Barry and David Connor (125)
3rd place: Scott and Cory Deering (125)
2nd flight winners: Tod and Brady Cox  (131)
Runner up: Terry and Terence Jenkins  (131)
3rd place: Scott Alumbaugh and Paul Ponder (133)
3rd flight winner: Bill and Dane Henderson (137)
2nd place: Ed and Eddie O'Donnell (137)
3rd place: David and Chris Terry (139)
4th flight winner: John Sims Jr. and Eric Sims (143)
2nd place: Danny and Reid/Olivia Coyle (143)
3rd place: Bufort and Brodie Blanton (144).


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