Fellows, Watt win two-man scramble

Winners in the first and second flights of last Sunday’s two-man scramble at Meeker Golf Course. Golfers played 27 holes.

MEEKER I After 27 holes of golf, Matt Fellows and J.C. Watt won the two-man scramble

Grand Junction team wins ladies’ scramble


MEEKER — Although several of the 26 teams competing in the annual Ladies’ Deerfly scramble tournament were from Meeker, it was the visiting golfers who took top honors last Saturday at the Meeker Golf Course.

McPherson cards ace in tourney

For a third time in his career, local senior golfer Donnie McPherson made a hole-in-one.

Father-son team wins scramble at Meeker Saturday


The annual 27-hole, two-man scramble golf tournament, played last Saturday, May 16 at the Meeker Golf Course was sponsored this year by Berry Brothers Construction and featured 30 teams divided into two flights.

Tucker Tournament: Golfing for a cause


MEEKER — “I think it’s really admirable when family and the community get together once a year to honor a man who is no longer with us,” Meeker Golf Course pro Jim Cook said regarding the second annual Bob Tucker Memorial golf tournament, benefiting the scholarship fund in memory of the late Meeker High School […]

Meeker Golf Course hosts “The Opener”

MEEKER — It’s the first tournament of the season at the Meeker Golf Course, a three-person scramble, also known as “the opener.” Ten teams competed in the 18-hole tournament.

Winners crowned in Meeker Frostbite Golf Tournament

MEEKER — The end-of-season Frostbite Golf Tournament was held Oct. 19 at the Meeker Golf Course with 18 golfers participating in the two-person division and 16 participating in the couples division.

Thorsby leads team to victory at WREA tourney

MEEKER — Twelve five-man teams and four women’s teams competed in the annual White River Electric Association’s invitational golf tournament last Friday at the Meeker Golf Course.

Golf course gets new manager

Sisters Boudreaux, Edwards win Ladies Deerfly MEEKER — Darrin Rohn’s first tournament as the new manager of the Meeker Golf Course was the Ladies Deerfly, which was won by two Rio Blanco County sisters. “Some of the women were asking for heaters,” Rohn said of the chilly temperatures when the