Rubright sinks ace in Thursday golf

MIDDLEBURY — Jim Rubright’s hole-in-one on Hole No. 12 highlighted May 31 Bill Davidson Thursday Men’s Golf play at Ralph Myhre Golf Course.
Rubright’s ace was witnessed by playing partners Marsdin Van Order, George Ramsayer and Tom Maxwell.
The threesome of Neil Mackey, Bill Brown and Eric Bergland prevailed that evening, with the trio of Mike Adams, Tom Maxwell and Nick Causton taking second, and Bob Smith, Chuck Beazley and Don Dayton finishing third.
Pete Damone was the day’s low net winner, and Joe Bartlett claimed low gross honors.
On May 29 Ralph Myhre hosted the annual Spring Middlebury College Employee Scramble. On the front nine the foursome of Sarah Raunecker, Rob Alberts, KJ Krasco and Katie Ritter won; finishing second and third, respectively, were the quartets of Bruce Costello, Ray Gale, David Mahmuljin and Brad Lambert, and Jean Gross, Karen Carpenter, Marc McDonough and Rick Carlson.
On the back nine the group of Brent Raymond, Luther Tenny, Steven Thurston and Hogan Beazley prevailed, followed in order by the foursomes of Paul Gurney, Bill Hill, Carsen Sanchez and Chuck Beazley, and Kyle Kelton, Dave LaRose, Mike Pixley and Shelly Payne.
Karen Carpenter and David Provost won closest-to-the-center contests, and Patty Murray, Mary Stanley and Kelton won closest-to-the-pin competitions.

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