Bergland, Sims prevail in annual Ralph Myhre event

MIDDLEBURY — The duo of Eric Bergland and Mike Sims this past weekend won the top flight of Ralph Myhre Golf Course’s annual Dud Phinney Member-Guest Tournament.
The team of Kirk Goodman and Brett Everest finished second, while the pairing of Scott Whitt and Todd Herrington was third in the tournament’s first flight.
Flight by flight, the top three finishers were:
•  Second Flight: 1. Kris Kelton and Ross Lengyel: 2. Matt Curran and John Curran; 3. David Holbrook and Pat Fallon.
•  Third Flight: 1. Kelly Kelton and Jeff Sherman: 2. Mike Adams and John Illick; 3. Ed Lanpher and Larry Provencher.
•  Fourth Flight: 1. Andrew Myhre and Dan Myhre; 2. Kurt Pope and Peter Clark; 3. Russ Reilly and Don Mackay.
•  Fifth Flight: 1. Jim Craig and Tom Provoncha; 2. Jeff McDonough and Marc McDonough; 3. Brian Buteau and Dan Kenny.
•  Sixth Flight: 1. Raymond Gale and Chuck Dollof; 2. Frank Nisun and Tim Robinson; 3. Paul Lengyel and Beetle Morgan.
•  Seventh Flight: 1. Bruce Costello and Albie Cousineau; 2. Skip Doane and Dick Lafave.
The closest-to-the-pin winners on Friday were Kurt Pope, Dennis Smith, John Curran and Kirk Goodman.
The closest-to-the-pin winners on Saturday were Don Mackay, Dennis Smith, Brett Everest and Joe Bartlett.
The closest-to-the-pin winners on Sunday were Frank Nisun, Bruce Costello, Kurt Pope and Ross Lengyel.
The under-55 longest-drive winner was Mike Sims, and the over-55 winner was Gregg Streeter.
In regular weekly action, the foursome of Bert Phinney, Ric Wheeler, Josh Newton and Dale White won the Wednesday Men’s Scramble, with the team of Anders Fogel, Bo Cramer and Sean Cleary taking second.
In Bill Davidson Thursday Men’s Golf, Mike Adams, Doug Biklen, Deem Schoenfeld and Bob Smith were the winning team, with the foursome of Hogan Beazley, Don Dayton, Bernie Andrews and Jim Hadeka finishing second. Schoenfield earned the best net score.
Course officials also want to advise golfers that greens aeration will be in process next week on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, with reduced greens fees for those days.
Golfers will be asked that when playing a hole on which the maintenance crew is working that they do not hit onto the greens, but instead move onto the next hole.

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