July 27, 2012
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It’s not often that two golfers dead-knot during the Payson Men’s Golf Association’s weekly closest-to-the-pin competitions.
Usually the Payson Men’s Golf Association weekly tournaments tee off on Wednesday mornings.
Members of the Payson Men’s Golf Association have wrapped up the first round of their three-week match play tournament. The fray began on May 1 and wraps up May 15. All three rounds are being played at Payson Golf Course.
A Payson Men’s Golf Association hosted a “Four Man Select Drive” tournament at Payson Golf Course that turned into one of the most hotly contested frays of the spring season with the top-three foursomes finishing within two strokes of one another.
A Payson Men’s Golf Association ABCD “Best 3-out-of-4” formatted tournament turned into a junkyard dog fight when the top three finishing teams were separated by only one stroke and a chip off was needed to decide the second and third place finishers.
Payson Men’s Golf Association members weren’t singing “Turn out the lights the party’s over,” as Dandy Don once did on Monday Night Football, but they were bemusing the end of a highly successful 2012 season at an awards banquet held Nov. 12 at Diamond Point Shadows.
As the fall golf season began winding down, Payson Men’s Golf Association members were seen scrambling to get as much tournament play in as possible before the winter recess arrived.
Europe and the United States weren’t playing one another in a Ryder Cup tournament played Oct. 3 at Payson Golf Course.
Russ Morris and Tim Ernst are locked in a fierce toe-to-toe battle for bragging rights as the Payson Men’s Golf Association closest to the pin champion.
Russ Morris dominated Payson Men’s Golf Association tournament play on Aug. 8, finishing first in the low net competition and pocketing closest to the pin prize money on two holes.
While some Payson Men’s Golf Association members battled in the annual club championship, others locked horns in a series of three low net tournaments