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     In a totally surprising and exceptional manner, Sunriver’s Resort Cup team came from 16 points behind after three rounds of play to storm into first place to a 17 point margin of victory, winning the Cup for the first time since its inception 15 years ago.  Sunriver took home course advantage for the final of four events and after removing the lowest “A” and “B” flight scores and mandatorily including the pro’s score, the team averaged nearly 37 points per man. Third round leader Black Butte meanwhile took an unexpected tumble averaging only 33 points each, hence the big reversal of fortunes. Black Butte Ranch fell to third place, Widgi Creek surged into second, and Eagle Crest finished last.  Final Results: Sunriver 1256 points, Widgi Creek 1245, Black Butte 1239, Eagle Crest 1180.
     Leading the charge with very good scores (considering 36 points to be essentially shooting net par) were Steve Phares with a nifty 44 points (copping second place overall in the “B” flights), Dave Hennessy with 40, Mike Hughes with 39 (taking first place in the “A” flights), Paul Grieco with 37 and Bret Mackay with 36 (3rd place “A” flight).  Lest we forget, this team was the fourth team to compete, as three other events took place over the three preceding months, one at each resort, with our teams keeping Sunriver within shouting distance of the lead. Well done to all our participants!
     
             
               2019 Sunriver Mens Club Low Gross Champion
               Mike Calhoun, 2 Round Total 142 (-1)-
               Right, Dick Korban, Low Net Champion



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)



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February 25, 2019, 09:54:55 AM by Greg M Cotton | Views: 412 | Comments: 2

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