by nathan oster
Twenty-three golfers teed off in a stroke-play tournament Saturday sponsored by L&D Sudsmen Carwash.
The field was divided into three flights, according to handicaps.
Dave Balling of Cody won the low gross in the first flight with a 75, followed in second by Mike Longshore, who posted a 76. Joe Holloway took low net honors in the first flight with a 73. Finishing in a second-place tie with 75s were Lonnie Koch and Riley Goggins.
In the second flight, Jeff Probst had the low gross with an 87, followed by Curt Massey with a 91. The low net title went to Gary Pangburn with a 73, followed by Carl Olson with a 74.
In the third flight, Todd Werbelow had the low gross with a 69, followed by Walter Mayland and Ross Henderson, who tied with a 95. Chuck Williamson and Al Madden tied for low net honors, each posting a 72.
Balling’s 75 was top gross score of the day.
Werbelow earned that distinction in the net scoring with his 69.
Tournament organizers considered the event a success, saying, “It was a great day for golf and everyone seemed to have a good time with this type of format.”