Washington (WSGA) State Men's Best-Ball Championship

ORONDO, WA (May 27, 2005) -- Lew Mullen of East Wenatchee and Roger Thorn of Redmond won the 49 th annual WSGA Men's Best-Ball Championship at the Desert Canyon Golf Resort with a final round of 63. Mullen and Thorn had a two day total of fourteen under par 130. Defending champs Jeff Strickland of Seattle and Mike Seek of Mukilteo found themselves tied for second with Paul Houvener of Mill Creek and Todd Tibke of Snohomish at 132. Seek sank a forty foot putt on the eighteenth hole to force the tie.

In the Senior Amateur Division , Mick Remington of Issaquah and Jeff Remington of Edmonds played the most consistent play by shooting a 66 in the first round and a 67 in the second. Their two day total of 133 was enough to capture the championship and barely beat out Jack Lamey and Bruce Richards of Bellevue who combined for a two day total of 134. Lamey accomplished a major feat by shooting his age with a score of 65. After being the first round leaders , Jerry and Steve Dallas of Bellingham struggled and shot an even par 72 for a two day total of 135 and sole claim to third place.

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ABOUT THE Washington Men's Best-Ball

36-hole four-ball stroke play, gross and net competitions. Must be a member of a WSGA member club. Senior and regular flights. Partners' handicaps must be within eight strokes. Field filled by exempt players and then order of receipt.

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