THURSDAY NIGHT MEN’S TWILIGHT NEWS
The August 4 edition of the SFG&CC Thursday Night Men’s Twilight was sponsored by Titleist and Hunt & Dopson Insurance Group. A new “powerball” format provided a lot of fun on what was another beautiful night for golf.
The Storie, Peladeau, Bresee, Gough, Hannah, and Reid group won the lottery by posting the low score on the front nine. On the back, the Ouellette, McCallan, Jeffries, and Maitland team claimed victory.
The Roosteraunt closest to the pin prizes went to Bruno Patti and Mark Wiltsie for their tee shots on holes 8 and 16.
Ron Bernicky and Eric Maitland had the best approach shots on holes 4 and 12, earning them the Burns Jewelers prizes.
The Town and Country Chrysler longest drives belonged to Steve James and Mike Donovan; they took their balls deep on holes 5 and 13.
The “Fantastically Fabulous, Barely Doable” games of skill were performed by Geoff Watson and Bob James. A talented pair.
And this week’s winner of the Rocky’s Road Rash ball was Paul Cadeau. He’ll have a chance at the Closing’s big Hunt and Dopson Insurance Group’s hole in one prize. Good luck!
Last week’s Obsessed With Golf trivia question: What club did Jack Nicklaus himself identify as “perhaps the most important putter” he ever wielded? Answer: C. Wizard 600.
This week’s question: In what year did the PGA Tour announce that it would rename the Bay Hill Invitational in honor of its host, Arnold Palmer?
See next week’s article for the answer.