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Local golf: Arendt shoots hole-in-one
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Bob Arendt, father of Chicopee Woods head golf professional Jim Arendt, scored a hole-on-one Saturday at Chicopee Woods Golf Course.

Arendt, 84, had three additional birdies during the round. He shot better than his age by carding a 79.

CMGA: The team of Roy Bartlett, Denny Momper, Jim Carroll and Rick Lane took first place in the Chattahoochee Men’s Golf Association’s modified stableford with quota match Wednesday at Chattahoochee Golf Course.

Second place ended in a tie between the team of Buzz Hansen, Ed Pledger, Bill Oliver and Roger Miller and the team of Bill Sutton, Bob Henderson, Jim Hollobaugh and Dave Griffin. The team of Scott Adams, Richard McClure and J.B. Johnston finished fourth.

Closest to the pin winners were Bartlett (No. 3), Oliver (No. 5), Stu Virgin (No. 12) and Bob Pyne (No. 17).

WEDNESDAY DOGFIGHT: The team of Roger Stapp, Tom Bolton and Tom Frier finished 20-under par to take first in Wednesday’s action at Chicopee Woods Golf Course.

Second place resulted in a tie at 16-under between the team of Ron Melin, Bob Arendt and Yoshi Keiichi and the team of Jerry Horton, Don Schrum and Scott Thompson.

Thompson shot a 64 for the lowest individual net score of the day. Luke James finished second with a 66 and Stapp was third with a 67.

Fourth place ended in a tie at 69 between Walt Hope, Frier and Alan Kellogg.

MATCH PLAY: Wendell Turner defeated Vince Jonte’ in the final match to win the 2013-14 Match Play Championship on Tuesday at Chicopee Woods Golf Course.

Semi-finalists were Simmie Miller and Tony Tankersley.

In the third annual “Bubba Tournament,” a five-way tie for first at 62 was shared between Yoshi Keiichi, Jonte’, Tait Freeman, Clay Poole and Tom Matyas.

In sixth place at 63 were Don Schrum, Chad Stapp, Mike Kishimoto, Tom Bolton and Eric Awtry. In 11th place at 64 were Brian Coley,

Josh McGee, Kyle Rylee, Scott Thompson and Alan Kellogg.

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