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Kodiak High School booster club golf tournament results released
by Daily Mirror Staff
Jul 18, 2012 | 24 views | 0 0 comments | 3 3 recommendations | email to a friend | print
Dustin Roberson follows the flight of his ball after teeing off in front of the Bear Valley Golf Course clubhouse during the "Tee off for Kids" best-ball scramble Sunday, July 15, 2012 during a fundraiser to benefit the Kodiak High School Booster Club. Roberson's foursome won the scramble.
(James Brooks photo)
Dustin Roberson follows the flight of his ball after teeing off in front of the Bear Valley Golf Course clubhouse during the "Tee off for Kids" best-ball scramble Sunday, July 15, 2012 during a fundraiser to benefit the Kodiak High School Booster Club. Roberson's foursome won the scramble. (James Brooks photo)
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A golfer takes a swing amid Bear Valley Golf Course greenery during the "Tee off for Kids" best-ball scramble Sunday, July 15, 2012 during a fundraiser to benefit the Kodiak High School Booster Club.
A golfer takes a swing amid Bear Valley Golf Course greenery during the "Tee off for Kids" best-ball scramble Sunday, July 15, 2012 during a fundraiser to benefit the Kodiak High School Booster Club.
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The foursome of Kris Sockwell, Dustin Roberson, Guy Hughey and Mike Martin was the big winner at last weekend’s “Tee Off For Kids” golf tournament to benefit the Kodiak Booster Club.

The annual tournament, held since 2003, is one of the largest single-event fundraisers for the club, which supports Kodiak High School sports teams by paying for travel expenses. Last year, the club donated in excess of $80,000, which went primarily to the high school’s “B” and “C” teams.

This year’s best-ball golf scramble raised more than $5,000, and the booster club released tournament results Tuesday.

In second was the foursome of Kris Larsen, Terry Knapp, Chuck Martin and Brett Larsen. The foursome of Greg Prewett, Aaron Nahikian, Eric Bonde and Bryan Larson took third in the eight-team field.

Greg Prewett had the longest men’s drive of the day, while Sharon Horn had the longest women’s drive of the day.

Guy Hughey won the closest to the pin award, while the red lantern honor went to Joann Brodie, Bob Brodie, Dough Letch and Fred Hawley.

The foursome of Sharon Horn, Alison Horn, Debbie Refior and Mike Lester won the award for the least amount of putts.
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