Monday, October 8, 2001
Steamboat Springs Thirty-two players showed up last weekend at the Haymaker Golf Course for the final tournament of the season.
The team of Scott and Kip Tiron finished 21 strokes under par (123) to win the Last Call Flight of the Sunset Tournament.
Molly Orr and Anne Mayberry topped the Fresh Horses Flight finishing 14 under par with a score of 130.
The two-day event featured a two-player best ball on Saturday and a two-player scramble on Sunday.
Other top finishers included the team of Glen Martin and Tom Armstrong, who finished second in the Last Call flight. Tom Ptach and Frank May placed third in that flight at 14 under par.
In the Fresh Horses flight, the team of Billy Cook and Alex Rogger placed second with a round of 13 under par.
The team won a tiebreaker to beat out the third-place team of Jack carter and Lee Findell, who also finished 13 under for the tournament.
"The weather was great and the golfers played really well," assistant Haymaker pro Tim Fuhrer said.
All of the players in the two-day event were local, and the event wrapped up the tournament season at the Haymaker.
This Haymaker hosted 13 tournaments, including junior and high school events.
The course will remain open to the public, depending on the weather, through Nov. 4.
Fuhrer said the course is open seven days a week with tee times starting at 9:30 a.m.
Those times may get later as the weather gets colder to allow the frost to melt away for the fairways and greens in the morning.