The Enders Lake Golf Course team, from left, of Doug Carman, Matt Klima, Rogan Einspahr and Troy Space won the championship flight of the Chase County Hospital Foundation’s 10th annual Slice Fore Life benefit golf tournament held at Enders Saturday. (Courtesy photo)
Enders Lake Golf Course team wins 10th annual Slice Fore Life golf benefit
Enders Lake Golf Course fielded the winning team at the 10th Annual Chase County Hospital Foundation Slice Fore Life Golf Benefit.
The event was held Saturday at the Enders Lake Golf Course.
The team of Matt Klima and Rogan Einspahr of Wauneta, and Troy Space and Doug Carman of Imperial finished the day with an 18-hole score of 61 in the championship flight.
Second place was captured by the Imperial Country Ford team with a score of 62. Team members included Diane Mathews, Brandon Beard, Ray Lindekugel and Dennis Batterman, all of Imperial.
Rounding out the championship flight was the team of Hajek Orthopedics with Michael Hajek, Sammy Guzman, Rueben Guzman, all of
Greeley Colo., and Barry Marshall of Imperial, shooting a score of 63.
The Enders Lake and Hajek teams donated their winnings back to the foundation. Batterman donated a portion of his winnings as well.
First place honors in the first flight went to the Pivot Electric team with a score of 63. Team members included Eric McDaniel, Carrie Terryberry, Aaron Cyboron and Tiffany Reeves, all of Imperial
Second place went to the Adams Bank & Trust team consisting of John and Angie Paisley, Jake Burke, all of Imperial, and Katie Flaig of Palisade, shooting a 66.
There was a tie for third place. The Imperial Country Club team of Alyson Pryor, Luke Tyerman, John Diaz, and Marcie Kelley, all of Imperial and the Home Town Agency team of Brent Thelander, Carson Thelander, Jeff Skeels all of Grant, and Rick Einspahr of Wauneta, each finished with 67s.
Two teams tied for second flight honors as well. The Scrambled Eggs team of Abby Cyboron, Elisabeth Hiykel, Josh Burke and Joel Burke, all of Imperial, tied with The Studio Keys team of Dori Regier, Jerry Wood, Joe and Jeanie Weiss, all of Imperial, each with 69s.
Third place honors went to Pinnacle Bank with Kelly and Lori Beard, Josh Moreno and Lance Kimble, all of Imperial, shooting a 72.
This year’s event featured several major hole prizes. They included a hole-in-one prize of a golf cart sponsored by Imperial Country Ford and $777.00 for closest drive to the pin on hole 7, sponsored by the Hays Companies of Denver.
While no hole-in-one was made, Julie Sharp of Imperial took $388.50 home for the women’s share which came within 35 feet, 2 inches of the pin. Jake Burke took home $388.50 for the men’s share came within 14 feet, 10 iches of the pin.
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