Fifth and final Bob Tucker

jim cook Jo Tucker’s daughters, Bobbie Jo and Shelly, organizers of the fifth and final Bob Tucker Memorial Golf tournament. , played to raise money for an annual scholarship in the late coach’s name, were pictured with past scholarship winners Kurtis Dunbar, Clinton Kilduff, Tyler Howey and Ryan Wix. Chas Mills, the first Bob Tucker scholarship winner was unable to return and play in the touranment.

The fifth and final Bob Tucker Memorial Golf tournament was played last Saturday at the Meeker Golf Course and four of the past scholarship winners returned to Meeker, organized teams and played in the final tournament to raise funds to sustain a scholarship.

Fellows, Watt defend title

.C. Watt and Matt Fellows defended their title by winning the 27-hole, two-man scramble Sunday last at the Meeker Golf Course. The Bob Tucker Memorial will be played this Saturday.

MEEKER I One of the challenges of the annual two-man golf scramble at the Meeker Golf Course is teams have to play 27 holes but defending champs Matt Fellows and J.C. Watt saved their their best round for the last nine holes and won the title again this year.

Golf course holds 1st tourney

Rangely’s Robbie Elam and Meeker’s Bryce Ducey read a putt on the first hole of the first tournament held at the Meeker Golf Course this year. The pair, along with teammate Pat Walsh, shot a 30 on the first nine but added three strokes on the back and finished with the second best net score. Dave Brown, Lex Collins and Matt Fellows won the tournament in a field of nine teams.

MEEKER I Two teams of three players were four-under-par at the turn of the first tournament of the season at the Meeker Golf Course Saturday last but neither team could hold the lead.

Golf season opens

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The Meeker Golf Course will officially open April 1 (no fooling) but it didn’t keep Dave Brown from teeing off on No. 9. Emery Bear pulled the pin for his playing partner Matt Greenfell at Cedar Ridges Golf Course where the two were playing Tuesday afternoon. Cedar Ridges has been

Golf New Year’s Day?

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Meeker golf pro Jim Cook tees off No. 2 New Year’s Day as Kent Rath, Harry Watt and Kai Turner watch.

USAF Cadet

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Meeker High School graduate and United States Air Force Academy cadet Nate Bradfield spent part of his recent leave at the Meeker Golf Course, getting a chipping lesson from local pro Jim Cook.

24 couples compete in annual tourney

MEEKER I Couples from Englewood, Castle Rock, Glenwood Springs, Grand Junction, Rifle, Moab, Utah and Rock Springs, Wyo., joined eight teams from Rio Blanco County to complete a field of 24 in the annual Meeker Golf Course couples tournament held last weekend.

Watt wins championship

Meeker’s J.C. Watt trailed Pat Hughes by two strokes after the first round of play in the annual Meeker Men’s Club championship tournament last weekend but came back in Sunday’s round to beat Hughes by two shots and earn bragging rights for the next year as the club champion.

The field of players in the annual Meeker Men’s Club tournament was not very deep but the competition for the title and a year of bragging rights as the men’s club champ was stiff.

Classic benefits MHS team

bobby gutierrez Norbert Boes stands next to Meeker High School’s new football coach Ron Dupree. Boes teamed up with Dr. James Jex and Gary Stewart to win the annual Kickoff Classic golf scramble at the Meeker Golf Course with a six-under par 62. Football practice started Monday, Aug. 15.

MEEKER I Ron Dupree, Meeker High School’s new football coach, does not play golf but he learned some things about the game after hosting the annual Kickoff Classic golf scramble last Saturday at the Meeker Golf Course.

Smith kids sweep jr. golf tourney

Jim Cook Many of the winners of the Meeker junior golf tournament gathered for a group photo. (Front) Braydan Garcia, Connor and Cade Blunt, Dax Sheridan and Trinenden Powell. (Back) Savana May, Barbara Jex, Macy Smith, Addie Joy, Matilda Brown and Jason Smith.

MEEKER I  The Smith siblings from Rifle made a clean sweep of the annual junior golf tournaments in Craig and Meeker this week.

40 golfers in Xcel tourney

MEEKER I Some have said “if you can’t win your own tournament, you’ve got no chance at any other.”

Back wins pro-am tourney, Watt wins Lischke

bobby gutierrez Adam Hawkins of Craig and Ed Leech of Grand Junction were paired together for last Sunday’s round of the Lischke Memorial golf tournament held at the Meeker Golf Course. The two golfers were the youngest and oldest on the course, with more than 60 years separating them. Hawkins finished tied for third, with a net score of 133, nine shots ahead of Leech.

MEEKER I The annual Lischke golf tournament, the only tournament held on the Meeker Golf Course that invites golfers from anywhere to compete as individuals, was held last weekend but local golf pro Jim Cook said the “story” was about the winner of the annual pro-am tournament, preceding the Lischke.