During last week’s Rhody Festival at the Port Townsend Public Golf Course, three tournaments were held, attracting a total of 108 golfers. These tournaments were able to raise nearly $5,000 for the Rhododendron Festival royalty scholarship fund through individual donations from the golfers, matching contributions from the Caldwell family, and local sponsorships.
On Saturday, May 13th, a stroke play tournament took place with 24 participants. Dylan Stanfield secured first place in the gross score category, followed by Robert Horner in second place. In the net score category, Ben Krabill claimed the first spot, while Al West and Tim Caldwell tied for second, and Doug Collins finished third. Rita Beebe and Becky Beebe emerged as the winners in the Calloway score category.
The following Saturday, May 20th, a two-person scramble tournament was held with 56 golfers. The tournament was shortened to 9 holes to ensure its completion before the grand parade. Robert Horner and Gabriel Tonan took first place with the lowest gross score, while Eric Nelson and Jeremiah Fountain secured second place. In the net score category, Terry Berg and Peggy Tonan won first place, followed by Al West and Buddy O’Meara in second, and Bobby Dean and Mike Lux in third. Tom and Ryan Olson claimed first place in the Calloway Division, with Zack Dean and Steve Grimm in second, Greg and Carter Caldwell in third, and Rita and Joey Beebe in fourth.
On Sunday, an 18-hole two-person best ball tournament was held under cloudy skies. Despite the weather, 28 enthusiastic golfers posted impressive scores. Hazli Katsikapes and Nathan Segerson emerged as the winners in the low gross category with a score of one under par (69). Keegan and Terry Khile secured first place in the net score category with a score of 57, followed by Tim and Greg Caldwell in second place with a score of 62. Gabriel Tonan and Kelvin Kisner claimed first place in the Calloway score category with a score of 70, while Chris Cardinaz and Cody Hewitt took second place with a score of 72. Bob Chandler received the closest to the pin award, and Kelvin Kisner won the longest putt award.
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