September 18, 2012
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Payson Men’s Golf Association member Dave Rutter has earned fellow member Herb Sherman’s sometimes flattering honor of being a double dipper.
Golf is fun, but the month ending awards ceremonies are even more fun for the Payson Women’s Golf Association nine-hole members.
Payson Men’s Golf Association Tournament Director Russ Morris has added a new contest to the club’s agenda.
Payson Men’s Golf Association spokesman Herb Sherman has apparently expanded his definition of “double dipping” — previously it referred to golfers who won closest-to-the-pin prize money on two holes.
“What do we know,” asked Payson Men’s Golf Association member Herb Sherman after not a single club member picked first place-finishing Adam Scott or runner-up Angel Cabrera to win the 77th U.S. Masters played last week at Augusta National Golf Club.
In a blind draw that allowed Payson Men’s Golf Association member Jesse Smith to play on two different 2-man-best-ball teams, the longtime Rim Country golfer pocketed prize money as a second and third place finisher.
Although Payson High School Athletic Director Don Heizer was walking the fairways at Payson Golf Course to watch a Longhorn junior golf match, he left PGC impressed by some of the ongoing intangibles that often occur in high school sports.
Dan Castleman, Jack Greenshield and Dave Rutter teed off, pitched and putted their way to first place flight finishes in a Payson Men’s Golf Association-hosted individual low net tournament at Payson Golf Course.
September was full of fun for the Payson Women’s Golf Association.
It’s doubtful any of the Payson Men’s Golf Association’s macho he-men would want to be publicly praised for wearing “cute matching outfits”.
The highlight for the Payson Women’s Golf Association in July and August was the annual Medallion Tournament.