Kirt Fraley had a hole-in-one to help his team win the low-net honors in the annual Four Man Scramble at Forest Hills Country Club in Reedsport last weekend.
Fraley aced the 161-yard second hole with a 6-iron. He also helped his team to the top net score for the tournament. Fraley, Greg Mulkey, Tyler Mulkey and Bryan Owen combined to shoot 55.6 both days of the tournament for a net total of 111.2.
The best score of the tournament was turned in by a familiar group of golfers, with Kent Kristensen, Darin Humphreys, Kent Wigle and Justin Johnson shooting a 62 the first day and a 59 the second, a two-day total of 121, or 23-under par.
That score was one stroke better than the team of Mark Bedard, Nick Bedard, Brian Strowbridge and Larry Olson, who shot 62-60 for a total of 122.
The second best net score was turned in by Rick Palmer, Bryan Palmer, Marc White and Tony Harrington, who went 57.8-54.8 for a total of 112.6.
The third best net score was a total of 118.2 by Tracy Williams, Robbie Robison, Preston Devers and Kodiak Malmstrom. The team of Dustin Dibala, Wence Dibala, Bill Lyon and Cody Shirley was just behind with a total of 118.8.
The third best gross score was a 129 by John Novak, Dick Manthe, Ryan Sullens and Jeremy Calcote. Next was the group of Mark Lindgren, Pat laBrasseur, Dave LaBrasseur and Brian Kearney at 135.
The tournament included a total of 11 teams. Forest Hills pro Todd Bigley described it as a small, but very competitive field.
Bigley also extended a special thanks to the Bedards (Mark, Karen and Nick) and Bedrock’s Pizza for support and sponsoring the event.
“The food was great,” he said.