RANGELY I “It was a long and hot day,” Chris Hejl, the manager of Cedar Ridges Golf Course in Rangely said of the temperature Saturday when the 27-hole, four-person scramble was played.
Because of a late no-show, the winning team played with only three players and still won by five shots.
Ellen Boudreaux and her son, Clark Edwards, and Ryan Kennedy shot a 16-under par 92 to win the tournament under a hot Rangely sun.
The local trio defeated one of two teams from Grand Junction in the field of seven. The second place team from Grand Junction included Chris and Mel Muhr, Jim Cox and Bud Sanford.
Grand Junction’s Scot Hayduk, Spence Swartz, Mike Bullen and Bruce Cady finished with the best net score and Rangely’s Rob and Leilanie Morgan, Teresa Broderick and Linda Gordon finished with the second best net score.
Cedar Ridges Golf Course will host tournaments the next two weeks, beginning with the Rangely Open, a stroke-play tournament that will be played Saturday. The Rangely Open is sponsored by Prather Plumbing.
The annual 27-hole, two-man mixed-format will be held July 26, when golfers will play nine holes in a scramble format, nine best ball holes and the final nine as alternating shots.
For more information,call Cedar Ridges Golf Course at 675-8403.