The Luna’s Tuesday golf group played at the Chestatee Golf Course this week. First place went to the team of Gene Weschler, Tom Sexton, Cleve Brown and Johnny Nix.
Second place went to the team of Stan Davidson Jr., Tommy Lowery, Randy Gordy and Don Rogers. Third place went to the team of Bud Black, Joe Roberts, Juan Luna and Doug Van. Closest to the pin winners were Brown (No. 3), Lowery (No. 7 and No. 15), Sexton (No. 11) and Ken Chahoy (No.17).
CHICOPEE WOODS CHAMPIONSHIP: The 2015 Chicopee Woods Championship was played August 8-9.
Roger Stapp won a five-hole playoff over Tommy Calhoun to win the White Tee flight with a score of 144. Tait Freeman won the Blue Tee flight with an eagle on the first playoff hole to beat Rusty Clifton and Dee Patel with a score of 149.
The Overall Champion was Randy Sizemore. Tied for second was Michael Nunn and Jim Foote. Tied for fourth was Josh Armour and Jameson Foote. Sizemore is the first man in Chicopee history to hold both the regular and Senior Championship titles in the same year.
CMGA: The Chattahoochee Men’s Golf Association played a Stableford points match Wednesday at the Chattahoochee Golf Course.
First place was the team of Doug Van, Larry Smith, Bob Henderson and Ron Stephens. Second place was the team of Richard McClure, Bill Oliver and Johnny Little.
Third place was the team of Jere Cochran, Jim Carroll, Gary Moses and Bud Clegg. Fourth place was the team of Chuck Keith, Clay Bartlett and J.B. Johnston. Closest to the pin winners were Denny Momper (No. 3), Chuck Keith (No. 5), Jim Van Dyke (No. 12) and Jerry Shell (No. 17).
WEDNESDAY DOGFIGHT: The Wednesday Dogfight Group at Chicopee Woods Golf Course played a best three net scores out of four.
The first place team was Chris Jones, Tom Bolton, Terry Scott and Alan Summerville (minus-23). The second place team was Luke James, Mark Black, Don Bull and Phil Rothermel (minus-15). Roger Stapp (66) finished first in individual net score.
Second was Tom Bolton (67). Tied for third was Ken Dooley and Don Bull (68). Tied for fifth was Phil Rothermel, Mark Black and Joe Proterra (70).