Utting wins senior title

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The Hillsboro Golf Association held its 31st annual men’s senior and 15th annual women’s senior golf tournaments Sept. 17-18 at the Hillsboro Municipal Golf Course.

The two-day event drew 104 golfers, including 80 players from outside of Hillsboro.

When the last putt was made, Stan Utting of Hillsboro had captured the men’s title with an 18-hole score of 69 while Linda Davis of Walton took home top honors for the women with an 18-hole total of 86.

Men’ results

Age 50-59: 1. Stan Utting, Hillsboro, 69; 2. Ken Johnson, Hillsboro, 72; 3. Roger Fleming, Hillsboro, 82.

Age 55-59: 1. Dan Seballoz, Wichita, 79; 2. Ed Thiessen, Hesston, 79; 3. Maurice Benninga, Newton, 81.

Age 60-64: 1. Max Terman, Hillsboro, 76; 2. Merle Schaar, Valley Center, 77; 3. Harold Oakleaf, Chapman, 79; 4. Bill Goentzel, Marion, 79.

Age 65-69: 1. Carl Long, Hillsboro, 79; 2. Dick Mathis, Wichita, 81; 3. David Weihe, Rosehill, 81.

Age 70-74: 1. Darrel Temple, Newton, 83; 2. Russell Wade, Wichita, 84; 3. Joe Stubblefield, El Dorado, 87.

Age 75-79: 1. Jim Goering, Wichita, 78; 2. Dale Lambert, Wichita, 81; 3. Elton Weeks, Wichita, 81; 4. Jim Onken, McPherson, 86.

Age 80-plus: 1. Clay Hedrick, Newton, 80; 2. Tom Peterson, Newton, 93; 3. Byron Brittain, 95.

Women’s results

Age 50-59: 1. Linda Davis, Walton, 86; 2. Pat Bartel, Hillsboro, 88; 3. Nancy Alt, Abilene, 93; 4. Sheryl Pankratz, Hillsboro, 94.

Age 60-64: 1. Ginger Martin, Hutchinson, 91; 2. Vada Wilson, Lindsborg, 99; 3. Delores Stone, Council Grove, 103; Betty Schult, Wichita, 110.

Age 65-69: 1. Elouise Edwards, McPherson, 87; 2. Elaine Sears, Abilene, 90; 3. Millie Thompson, Alamo (Texas), 99.

Age 70-74: 1. Shirley Meysenburg, Abilene, 91; 2. Maurine Gaddis, Abilene, 105.

Age 75-plus: 1. Dorothy Hartman, Abilene, 95; 2. Wilma Bradley, Abilene, 101; 3. Doris Coppock, McPherson,108.

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