Friday, October 1, 2010

Il Naso, Casino take Bartenderís Cup honors

Golf at Bigwood

Celebrating at the Bartenderís Cup Sunday at Bigwood Golf Course are, from left, Franny Hjort, Judy Locke, Janet Appleton and Sara Hjort. Photo by Willy Cook

Ketchum's Bigwood Golf Course at Thunder Spring hosted the fifth annual Bartender's Cup golf tournament for eight teams and 34 players on Sunday, Sept. 26.

Here are the top low net results: 1—Il Naso 54. 2—Sushi on Second 56. 3—Grumpy's 57 and Casino 57.

Low gross—Casino 62 (prize winner) and Il Naso 62s, Sushi on Second 63, Grumpy's and Bistro 44 with 65s, Cellar Pub/Whiskeys 69, Apple's 77 and Sun Valley Company 86.

Special prizes were: Long drive—Blake Jenson and Sara Hjort. Closest-to-the-pin—Jolie Dunn. Here is the player list:

Apple's: Janet Appleton, Judy Locke, Franny Hjort and Sara Hjort. Cellar Pub/Whiskey's: Kitten, Cody Proctor, Blake Jenson and Billy Cook. Sushi on Second: Roger Roland, Zach Venzon, Cuyler Swindley and Mike Pirzynski.

Il Naso: Doug Jensen, Joel Evans and Shawn Tierney. Casino: Mark Belanger, Dave Penn, Gary Moser and Cody Lampl. Sun Valley: Mike Fisher, Tyler Snapka and Kevin Klinges. Grumpy's: PJ Spalding, DC, Matt Kendrick and Darren Barfuss. Bigwood Grill: Sparky Anderson, Shawn Mahoney and Jolie Dunn. Bistro 44: Alain Gilot, Anthony Maratea, Darin Cannon and Ryan Enrico.

Donors were Bigwood Grill, Casino, Cellar Pub, Il Naso, Apple's, Sushi on Second, Bistro 44, Grumpy's, Sun Valley Company and Whiskey's.

Organizers gave special thanks to P.J. Spalding, Bob and Jolie Dunn, Roger and Jill Roland, Brenda Zuck, The Bigwood Grill, Aaron Thompson and the Bigwood Golf crew.

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