Petersburg Pilot -

Whale Watching and LeConte Glacier Tours based out of Petersburg Alaska

By Dan Rudy 

Wrangell golf tourney loses one day to bad weather,

Coveted hole-in-one jackpot still unclaimed

 

Dan Rudy/ Wrangell Sentinel

Keene Kohrt takes a crack at $30,000 Sunday morning during First Bank's annual golf tournament. For the 16th year in a row nobody won the tantalizing jackpot, though spotters near the green noted two golfers got their shots onto the green. Grover Mathis' landed just over, while Rocky Littleton's came the closest.

WRANGELL – Intermittent rains and wind on Saturday prompted Muskeg Meadows Golf Course to cancel one of its two days scheduled for the First Bank Golf Tournament.

Twenty-six golfers from Wrangell and Petersburg still hit the links on a sunny Sunday morning for the best-ball, team play competition. Players vied for a number of prizes and for First Bank-related raffle items during the lunch to follow.

Golfing with a handicap of 16, Eric Koding, Faye and Keene Kohrt, and Tyler Eagle took first place overall with a team score of 20 points. They were followed with a score of 20 and handicap of...



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