Congratulations to winners of Platinum Clubs & Clays Classic

B&T Electric
B&T Electric

Teams sponsored by B&T Electric and Oak Star Bank carded the best golf scores while Allied Solutions and KOLR 10 TV won their respective rounds on the shooting range in the first Platinum Clubs and Clays Classic presented by USA Mortgage.

The Wednesday event was the final fundraiser of the year for the PGA Web.com Tour’s Price Cutter Charity Championship presented by Dr Pepper, which is benefitting 48 Ozarks children’s charities.

In golf at Top of the Rock, B&T Electric carded a 23 to win the morning round. The team featured Bob Horn, Mark Lee, Taylor Robertson and Matt Kelly. Placing second was an On The Go team of Debi Kitrel, Brenda Cluck, Phil Cluck and Paul Russo as the foursome carded a 24. Placing third was USA Mortgage of Steve Kitrel, Mitch Kitrel, Brad Watson and Jason Whitesell.

Oak Star Bank
Oak Star Bank

Meanwhile, Oak Star Bank fired a 23 and won the afternoon round. Its team featured Rick Watts, Derek Day, Justin Setser and Jerry Cash. Placing second was a team sponsored by Dr. Roger and Cyndi Holden as it carded a 24. The team featured Tara Rayle, David Coutchie, Lori Martino and Kim Bradley. Third place belonged to TLC Properties (24), which included Kenneth Oeser, Carl Boyer, James Grier and Dean Dooms.

Allied Solutions
Allied Solutions

Allied Solutions won the morning round of a sporting clays shoot at the Bass Pro Shops Shooting Academy, finishing with a 243 out of 400 clays. The team featured Josh Ungaro, Josh Peubla, Chad Schuchman and Brandon Abavomitz.

White River Valley Electric placed second in the morning with a 203. The team featured Robert Taylor, Beau Jackson, Tim Shafer and Brian McCoy. Third place belonged to a Cyndi Holden-sponsored team of David Coutchie, Kim Bradley, Tara Rayle and Lorie Martino as the group turned in a 188.

KOLR 10
KOLR 10

KOLR 10 won the afternoon round of sporting clays with a 310. The team consisted of Steve Butler, Brian Waterworth, Dave Standage and Quincy Standage.

Placing second was the Roark Group of Tyler Garman, Dan Ham, Luke Nibbe and Gavin McCann as it fired a 236. Central Bank/Central Trust, which placed third with a 225, featured Dave Thater, Jerry Marlin, David Turner and Brandon Behrens.