The home-course advantage was in effect Aug. 9 when members of the Payson Men's Golf Association hosted their Antelope Hills counterparts in an interclub tournament at Payson Golf Course.
The low-gross and low-net champions in each of the four flights, as well as the runners-up, were Payson golfers.
John Pauly took low-gross honors in flight No. 1 with a score of 71. Also in that flight, Greg Williams was crowned the low-net champ after a scorecard playoff against Lionel Martinez. Both golfers shot a 69. Bud Drummond led the No. 2 flight, with a low-gross total of 60. The low-net winner was Dick Harding with a 68, followed by Jim Jones, who shot a 69.
With an 80 and 90 respectively, Keith Boxberger and Roland Kruse were tapped low-gross winners in the third and fourth flights. Herb Sherman clubbed a 67 to earn low-net honors in flight No. 3, and Morris Kropf was the low-net top spot in flight No. 4.
Bill Overton's eagle-eyed swinging left him just 2' 5" shy of the pin on hole No. 5, while Bill Schofield shot closest to the pin on hole No. 8.
The closest-to-the-pin golfers on holes No. 14 and 17 were from Antelope Hills.