Black Butte Ranch Homeowner-Guest in the books, who came out on top?
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The Homeowner Guest Classic Invitational can always be counted on for a good time. And this year was no exception.
One of Black Butte Ranch’s oldest and most popular traditions was again played over the weekend. Played across three flights, the 36-hole tournament featured nine holes of scramble and nine holes of Chapman in Saturday’s first round at Glaze Meadow. On Sunday at Big Meadow, a final round of best ball determined the winner.
And as always, great food and drink as well as contests spread throughout the weekend only added to the enjoyment.
So who came out ahead?
In the Mt. Jefferson Flight, homeowner David Devore and teammate Chris Devore edged homeowner Blake Howells and teammate Steve Peterson with a 68-71—139 to win the flight’s first gross. Homeowner Mike Larsen and teammate Chip Dircks (64.5-61—125.5) came from behind to outpace Brad Wilson and Chuck Gall for first net.
Homeowner Paul Ferder and guest Jason Thompson dominated the Mt. Washington Flight after firing a final-round 73 to put the team at a total 147, seven strokes clear of second place. A final-round 59 pushed homeowner Scott Casebeer and teammate Jerry Marr (66.5-59—125.5) to the first net win, outpacing Don Emry and George Haworth by a half stroke.
Homeowner Stasia Larsen and teammate Patty Dircks closed with a final-round-best 78 to card a 159 and win the first gross in the Three Sisters Flight. Homeowner Kathy Wilson and Teresa Gall teamed to shoot 65.75-63—128.75 and win first net, outpacing runners-up Ann Spires and Sandra Turpurins by 9.5 strokes.
Dating back to the the 1970s, the event is annually one of the most popular of the year.
Book a tee time online, call 855-210-5305 or the Golf Shop at 541-595-1545.
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September 1, 2015 | Share: