Griffith, Davis win Good, Bad, Ugly event


The team of Randall Davis and Bub Griffith won the annual Good, Bad & Ugly golf tournament Monday at the Elks 797 Golf Course.

Davis and Griffith were a combined 6-under par.

The tournament format was a scramble on holes 1-6, alternate shot on holes 7-12 and best ball on holes 13-18. A total of 24 golfers participated in the event.

Tim Hill and Keith Mason tied with Kirby Seeger and Jordan Berlin on the scramble holes at 2-under par. Keith Hill and Mike Williams were 1-under par for the best score on the alternate shot holes. Davis and Griffith were 5-under par on the best ball holes.

Event winners were Eddie Camp, longest putt made on No. 2; Davis, longest drive for men on No. 4; Kim DeWeese, longest drive women on No. 6; Bud Miyahara, closest to the pin men on No. 14; Davis for closest to the pin in 3 on No. 17; and Denise Allen, closest to the pin women on No. 18.

Hole sponsors were Ace Hardware, Adecco, Bill Marine Ford, Cook Hydraulic, Groves Tire, Luttrell Farms, Dubtown Smokers, CED Concrete, McBrayer Real Estate, Hidden Carry-Out, Circle Drive Thru, J & M Truck & Tire, Glenn’s Auto Body, Vaughn’s Auto Service, West End Auto Sales, Pro-Tech Auto Center, McKamey Farms, Kramer-Myers, Jason Davis, and Gayle Stanfield.

Door prize donors were Automotive Service and Parts, Wilmington Car Wash, Leading Edge, and the Elks 797 Golf Course.

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