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Tourney to benefit Springstead


© St. Petersburg Times, published April 28, 2000

A tournament to benefit Springstead High's football booster club will be held at 8 a.m. May 27 at Seven Hills Golf Course.

The four-person scramble costs $45 per entrant and will have a best-ball format with a shotgun start. Scores will be handicapped.

Prizes include rounds of golf. Vacation packages will be auctioned at the event.

Call Scott Simmons at (352) 686-9392 for more information.

AUTISM TOURNEY: GlenLakes Country Club will host a tournament to benefit the autism societies of Florida and America on May 6. The fee is $75. Call Michelle Guarino at (352) 597-9041 for more information.

VISION QUEST: Silverthorn Country Club will host the Share Our Vision tournament to benefit the Hernando Family YMCA on May 6. Entry fee is $60, with prizes for first through third place.

Hole-in-one prizes include a 2000 Buick Century, a three-year supply of golf balls, a four-day, three-night vacation package at El Dorado Resort Hotel in Reno, Nevada, and a three-day, two-night golf vacation to Rayburn Country Resort in Sam Rayburn, Texas.

Call Harry Johnson at (352) 754-6133 for more information.

SEASON BEGINS: Sherman Hills Golf Club will begin its Men's League season on Tuesday. Slots are still available and teams will be chosen randomly.

A $21 fee includes greens fees, carts and prizes.

Call Jared Sonne at (352) 544-0389 for more information.

HEATHER LADIES: Deirdra Howard shot a 90 Tuesday to win the first flight in the Heather Ladies Golf League Bingo-Bango-Bongo tournament. Dot Kaminski (85) was second, followed by Murielle Dubois, Jan LeVasseur and Peg Lilly (all 60).

Other flight winners were: Second -- Liz Gee (80); Third -- Stella Lamb (70); Fourth -- Dot Brooks (60).

HEATHER MEN: The team of Al Coneau, Don Murray, Dick Murray, Dick Lewin and Les Horton shot a collective 17.25 Wednesday to win the first flight in the Heather Men's Golf League scramble.

Dick Weichman-Ed Chandler-Ron Carlson (19) and Emil Wodka-Len Schuneman-Jack Reedy tied atop the second flight.

The teams of Ed Szajna, Jim Lundy, Pete Cuccio and Bernie Cauchon, and Ernie Bottomley, Sid Morgan, Axel Hansen and Bob Schult (20.5) tied in the third flight.

Fourth-flight winners in a tie were Ray Lilly, Miles Karson, Tony Romano and Orland Caliguri, and Jim Livingston and Bob Wiegmann (20.66).

The team of Phil Boyle, Pete Morgero and Don Murray shot a 20 on April 19 to win the Heather Men's League Four-Man Team One Best Ball event.

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