J.C. Watt wins Meeker Men’s Club golf title for third straight year

Irv Griffin, left, had a good weekend of golf at the Meeker Men’s Club Championship as he captured first place in the second flight, but he also turned in the first sub-par score of his life. J.C. Watt, right, also had another good tournament over the two days of the tournament, having won the championship flight for the third straight year.

MEEKER I “The camaraderie is what made it,” Meeker Men’s Club President Larin Crase said about the reason so many enjoyed men’s club in Meeker this summer. “Everyone showed up and we had a shotgun start each Wednesday, instead of everyone playing at different times during the day,” he said.

Coryell team claims victory at Cowboy Classic golf tourney

The defending champions of the annual Cowboy Kickoff Classic golf tournament all gave credit to the golf cart for their inspiration to defend their title. The champions were Jim Abshire (holding granddaughter Hadley), Matt Dupire, Andy Coryell (holding son Casey) and Eben Abshire (with son Westley).

MEEKER I “We were excited for everybody who came out to support our football team,” Meeker High School head football coach Shane Phelan said after the annual Cowboy Kickoff Classic golf tournament.

Volleyball fundraiser…

Members of the Meeker High School volleyball team held a 2-on-2 grass volleyball tournament on Saturday, then served lunch at Meeker Golf Course for the Meeker Couples Golf Tournament. The girls did both as fundraiser events.

Meeker Golf Course hosts 30 couples; out-of-towners prevail

MEEKER I “It was the biggest couples tournament we have had in five or six years,” Meeker Golf Course manager Scott Bowman said about the annual tournament. “We had a great turnout, especially from out-of-town folks.”

Rangely golfers get even, win RBC Cup back by large margin

After two years of bowing to Meeker golfers, Rangely golfers earned their revenge in a big way, dominating the two-day Rio Blanco Cup Tournament at Cedar Ridges Golf Course in Rangely on Saturday and Sunday. Last year, Meeker just slipped past Rangely for the win, but Rangely dominated them from the beginning this year.

RANGELY I “It was about time we won again,” Robby Elam said after golfers from Rangely, playing on their home course, won the Rio Blanco County Cup back from Meeker, where it has been the past two years.

Big weekend of golf tourneys in Meeker; battle for cup in Rangely

Meeker’s Pat Walsh watches as his ball heads toward the hole during the Two-Man, Best Ball Tournament at Meeker Golf Course during weekend play. Walsh and his partner, Willy Theos, captured second place in the second flight of the tournament, which ran Saturday and Sunday. The overall winners in the tournament were Doug Choate and Jared Brown.

RBC I “It was a good weekend for the Meeker Golf Course,” course manager Scott Bowman said Sunday after the annual two-man best tournament. The 31st annual White River Electric Association Tournament was played Friday, and that was followed by the two-day best ball tournament, and many Meeker golfers will play in Rangely this weekend […]

WREA golf tournament Friday; Two-Man Best Ball set for weekend

MEEKER I There will be two different tournaments for golfers of all levels this weekend in Meeker.

Winners of ladies’ golf tourney named

MEEKER I Local lady golfers fared well in the Ladies Deerfly Golf Tournament at Meeker Golf Course on Saturday, which included the winners of the second flight.

WREA golf tourney is June 19; Meeker’s annual Two-Man Best Ball June 20-21

MEEKER I There will be two different tournaments for golfers of all levels the weekend of June 19-21 in Meeker.

Lex Collins sinks fourth ace

MEEKER I Local golfer Lex Collins recorded his fourth career hole-in-one at the Meeker Golf Course on Saturday after the Ladies’ Deerfly.

WREA golf tourney is June 19; Meeker’s annual Two-Man Best Ball is June 20-21

MEEKER I There will be two different tournaments for golfers of all levels the weekend of June 19-21 in Meeker.

WREA’s annual White River Golf Tourney is June 19

MEEKER I A flat-screen TV and cash prizes will be up for grabs as the White River Electric Association hosts its 31st annual White River Golf Tournament on June 19. Registration includes Thursday’s dinner and Friday’s cart and green fees, range balls and a sack lunch.