Okemo golf league completes 11th week
LUDLOW -- The Okemo Valley Golf Club Men’s League completed week 11 of its 14-week season on July 22.
Grabbing top honors for the night was ID3 Designs. Josh Rourke, Ed Whitman, Bob Ahlers and Bill Higgins combined to win 21 holes.
Second place went to Stryhas Builders. Ted Stryhas, PJ Garvey, Charlie Howard and Tim Faulkner combined to win 20.5 holes.
UBS Rutland placed third as Ryan McGuire, JP Rousse, Craig Peters and Tom Harris combined to win 20 holes.
Closest to the pin winners were Francis Devine on the 4th hole and Ryan McGuire on the 8th hole.
1st ID 3 Designs 21 holes won/15 points
2nd Stryhas Builders 20.5 holes won/13 points
3rd UBS Rutland 20 holes won/ 11 points
4th M&M Excavating 19.5 holes won/10 points
5th EVS Metal 18.5 holes won/9 points
6th Diamond Realty 17.5 holes won/ 8 points
7th Built Rite MFG. 16.5 holes won/ 7 points
8th Willie Dunn’s 16.5 holes won/6 points
9th Honey Dew Man 15.5 holes won/5 points
10th Green Mountain Appraisals 15 holes won/ 4 points
1st EVS Metal 128 points
2nd UBS Rutland 105 points
3rd Diamond Realty 103 points
4th Willie Dunn’s 100 points
5th Built Rite MFG. 97 points
6th Stryhas Builders 95 points
7th ID3 Designs 92 points
8th M&M Excavating 87 points
9th Green Mountain Appraisals 84 points
10th Honey Dew Man 77 points
Okemo Valley Golf Club is Vermont’s first heathland-style golf course and was designed according to the traditions of the game. The golf club features a full-service clubhouse, indoor practice facility, 18-acre state-of-the-art outdoor training center, fully stocked pro shop and fleet of electric carts. The layout is a par 70 that measures 6,400 yards in length and features bent grass greens, tees and fairways with multiple tee areas on each hole, ensuring playability and challenge for all ability levels. Rolling hills, moderate elevation changes and wide fairways with well-placed hazards enhance the heathland layout.
For more information about Okemo Valley Golf Club, call 802-228-1396 or visit okemo.com.
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