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               2019 Sunriver Mens Club Low Gross Champion
               Mike Calhoun, 2 Round Total 142 (-1)



The 2019 Sunriver Mens Club Championship had no defending champions repeating, but Mike Calhoun won his third Low Gross Championship quite handily at one under par 142 for two rounds, having also won in 2012 and 2017.   Always competitive Bret Mackay (148) finished second in low gross and was first in low net (5 under par) for Flight I. Last year’s champion, Scott Brown, acquitted himself well enough to finish in third place (154) and was awarded second low gross due to Mr. Mackay’s low net finish. 

Dick Korban won his first Low Net Championship* from Flight III with a nifty 10 under par, playing very steadily with rounds of net 66 and net 67 edging out Doug Kristensen (net 64 and net 70, also Flight III) by one stroke.  2018 Low Net Champion, Tim Swezey finished first Flight IV.

Flight Winners (Flight I Low Gross and Low Net; all others Low Net Only)

Flight I, Low Gross
Mike Calhoun 142  (72 Meadows + 71 Woodlands)
Scott Brown 154  (80 + 74)
Flight I, Low Net (one place only)
Bret Mackay  -5 (71 + 67)

Flight II Low Net
Don Wright  -7 (69 + 67)
Don Olson -5 (64 + 70) card playoff
Dave Saxe -5 (68 + 70)

Flight III Low Net
Dick Korban -10 (66 + 67)*
Doug Kristensen  -9 (64 + 70)
Gary Sosinski -5 (68 + 70)

Flight IV Low Net
Tim Swezey -5 (69 + 67) card playoff
Dave Hennessy – 5 (64 + 72)
Mike Stamler -2 (66 + 75)

Doug Johnson and Scott Brown Win Their Third Memorial Trophy;
Tom Tullis and Harlie Peterson remembered



Last year’s winners of the Memorial Trophy, Dan Frantz and Dave Hennessy, produced a valiant effort to repeat as champions only to finish in second place two points behind the 2016 and ’17 winners, Scott Brown and Doug Johnson.  Johnson and Brown scored an incredible 17 under par in a one-net format, with Johnson also taking individual low net honors for the day at 62.  For the rest of the event’s winning teams,  go to the SRMGC web site, then click on Schedule & Results in the left hand menu then Summary Results under the date July 10.  The Memorial event featured an SRMGC sponsored lunch afterwards, and is held in honor of those members who passed away in the previous year. 
     This year SRMGC President Dave Buhaly and the club honored Harlie Peterson and Tom Tullis.  Mr. Peterson was a member of the Mens Club over a decade ago and passed away in 2018.  Tom Tullis passed away at the age of 80 in June and will be remembered for his high energy level, his gentle sense of humor and his affable demeanor.  Annie Tullis, Tom’s wife of 58 years, and two of their four children were present for the luncheon.  They lived in Sunriver and environs for over 30 years, with Tom being active in the Mens Club and as a golf marshal for much of the time.  There will be a memorial for Tom on August 17th at their home during the Tullis’ annual “pool party” and potluck. Details will be made available in August on the SRMGC web site and via email blast to members for anyone who would like to attend to pay their respects.


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