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Local golf: Reunion Senior Group holds March Madness event
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Larry Viola, Gary Szwast, Gene Cronic and Glenn Rush won the Reunion Country Club Senior Men’s Golf Association’s March Madness monthly event on Wednesday in Flowery Branch.

Allan Chernack, Mike Reiland, Autry Smith and Dick Kreusch finished in second place. Tony Gailey, Perry Volpone, Bob Patterson and Nels Sylthe came in third.

Closest to the pin winners were Glenn Vogel (No. 8) and Freddie Koth (No. 16).

DPG: Steve Knowles finished in first place in the Dedicated Players Group’s Monday match last week at the Chicopee Woods Golf Course.

Martha Shell came in second on Monday. On Wednesday, Bob Kidd took first place, and Bill Ingram and Jerry Shell tied for second.

LUNA’S TUESDAY: Gene Weschler, Tom Sexton, Don Rogers and Bud Black took first place at the Luna’s Tuesday golf group event last week at Chattahoochee Golf Course.

Second place went to the team of Stan Davidson Jr., Tommy Lowery, Blake Nix, and Doug Van, while Jerry Johns, Joe Roberts, Richard Strickland, and Randy Gordy came in third.

Closest to the pin winners were Rogers (No. 3), Weschler (No. 5), Sexton (No. 12) and Nix (No. 17).

DOGFIGHT: Greg Lee, Eric Awtry, Terry Clegg and Rick Reed shot an 18-under par to win last week’s Wednesday Dogfight event at the Chicopee Woods Golf Course.

Gayle Gibson, Henry Komoto, Yoko Komoto and Tom Frier finished in second place at 9-under par.

Individually, Clegg came in first, carding a 67, Lee was second with a 68, and Gibson finished in third place with a 71.

CMGA: Don Gage won the first flight at the Chattahoochee Men’s Golf Association’s monthly individual flighted strokes competition last Wednesday at the Chattahoochee Golf Course.

Karl Goellner came in second in the first flight, and Carlyle Cox was third.

In the second flight, Johnny Little finished in firth place, Gary Palmer was second, and Wayne Nelson came in third.

Closest to the pin winners were Roy Lyle (No. 3), Goellner (No. 5 and No. 17) and Bill Holleman (No. 12).

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