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|More than 200 participate in ULM Outback Classic|
Fifty-two teams and a whopping 208 golfers came out to Pine Hills Golf Course in Calhoun on Saturday to vie for the ULM Outback Classic Golf title.
The event, the year's biggest fundraiser for the ULM golf program, was held Saturday. A dinner and silent auction were held Friday at Fant-Ewing Coliseum to kick off the weekend.
The four-man team of Ryan Nelson, Adam Middleton, Dennis Warner and Curt Adams tied for the championship with the team of Gerald Tonore II, Greg Garrett Jody Moss and ULM golf coach Clay Weems.
Each team fired a solid 52 for the day and in a constant back-and-forth battle on the leader board before the final stalemate.
The four-man scramble format also saw the team of Leon Miletello, Ed Walker, Mike Creighton and Mike Harvey finish in third-place.
The Miletello team fired a 54 for their round and fell off contention on the back nine.
There were several other solid performances down the line in the tournament as well.
Scooter Pleasant, Eric Lavespere, Rick Siudy, and Vince Pardue teamed up to shoot a one-day score of 58.
The team had some misfortunes in the putting game that caused them to miss getting into the championship flight by one stroke.
Local golf fans know Lavespere from winning the Monroe City Championship in 2007 and 2008.
Lavespere lost that title to ULM alum Bob Cooper a few weeks back. In this local tournament, Lavespere got the upper hand as Cooper and his teammates Ben Price, Adam Middleton and Lorrie Guimbellot fired a 59 to go one stroke behind the team that included Lavespere.
Other contests during the day included distance competition with the longest drive coming on the eighth hole when Angela Drane got a large strike on the ball and showed off her skill with the driver.
Jimmy Gutherie wowed onlookers with a skillful approach that landed just short of the hole on the second hole at Pine Hills. Doug Farr also made the best approach on the eleventh hole and he shared the winning of the closest to the pin contest with Gutherie.