The annual Pizza Ray’s seniors golf tournament at Forest Hills Country Club drew nearly 30 players over 30 years old for two days this week.
The players were based in four different age groups.
The top gross score in the senior division was turned in by Harvey Myers while Jim Koenig had the best net score.
In the junior division, Dale Turpin had the best gross score and Sam Scott took low-net honors.
For the sophomore age group, Tom Mills won low-gross honors and Grady Walker had the best net score.
And in the freshman division, Tracy Williams won low-gross and Herb Hedges low-net.
Williams posted the best score for the two days with a 73 and a 76 for a total of 149.
Ray Wasson, the namesake for the tournament, was the oldest golfer at 88 while several others were in their 80s.