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WEEF 2016 golf tournament results


SHOOTOUT WINNERS at the 20th annual Woodford Educational Endowment Foundation's Golf Tournament Fundraiser were, from left, third place, J.D. Gould; first place, Ken Arrington; and second place, Brandon Gould. (Photo submitted)

On Monday, June 27, at Moss Hill Golf Course, 57 players enjoyed a day of golf at the 20th annual Woodford Educational Endowment Foundation's (WEEF) Golf Tournament Fundraiser hosted by Citizens Commerce National Bank. In the 18-hole competition, Chad Egbert won the low gross event with a 65. Rounding out the top 10 were Corey Rush, 68; David McGohon, 71; Ken Arrington, 71; Ben Langley, 71; Josh Vance, 71; Brandon Gould, 72; Rick Johnson, 72; Craig Rush, 74; and J.D. Gould, 75. Andy Spellman won the blind bogey event with a 61. The other golfers to place in the blind bogey event were Dick Graham, 63; David Gould, 64; David Burke, 65; Richard Collins, 67, and Patrick Watts, 67. The team of J.D. Gould, Tyler Marshall, Corey Rush, and Josh Vance won the team -two best ball event, with the team made up of Ken Arrington, Kevin Hamilton, Scott Hawkins, and Rick Johnson coming in second. In the individual categories, Jeff Parrett won closest to the pin, Corey Rush won longest drive, and Butch Martin won longest putt. Ken Arrington won the sudden death shootout with Brandon Gould and J.D. Gould finishing second and third. Proceeds from the tournament will support WEEF's programming for the 2016-2017 school year. A nonprofit group staffed entirely by volunteers, WEEF provides Woodford County public school students access to high-quality fine arts performances free of charge. When possible, WEEF also awards mini-grants to teachers to meet unfunded classroom needs. For information about next year's tournament, contact Silas Hart at silashart@windstream.net or visit the WEEF website at

www.weefoundation.com.

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