Winners announced: Silver Dollar City Pro-Am

Design Fabrication
Design Fabrication

Design Fabrication won the Silver Dollar City Pro-Am on Tuesday at Buffalo Ridge Golf Course in Branson, besting a nearly 25-team field.

The event was a fundraiser for the PGA Korn Ferry Tour’s Price Cutter Charity Championship presented by Dr Pepper.

Design Fabrication, which fired a 55, featured Dianna Devore, John McKaig, Kendra Falttem and Matt Flattem. They won on a scorecard tiebreaker thanks to an eagle on No. 14, and played with pro Jason Millard.

Hiland Dairy took second place thanks to Rob Ballowe, Nate Angus, Rick Beaman and Aaron Elliott. Their pro was Scott Gardiner.

A Silver Dollar City team of Austin Herschend, Doug Meadows, Chuck Ritter and Don Johnson fired a 57 and placed third. Their pro was Ron Streck.

1st-55 Design Fabrication(eagle on 14, 2nd HCP hole)

2nd- 55 Hiland Dairy

3rd-57 SDC, Meadows/Herschend team

57-Tanco

57- MSU Foundation

59- USA Mortgage

60- Heim Young & Associates

60- Copy Products Inc.

61- Reliable Superstore

61- Ronnoco Coffee

63- SDC, VanPelt/Ong team

63- Carr Excavating

64- Schilling Sellmeyer and Associates

64- Springfield Grocers

64- Lanktons Welding

65- SDC, Edwards/Ussery team

65- Strohm Construction

65- Star Wholesale

66- J&M Engineering

67- National Fasteners

68- SDC, Dunn/Florke

68- TRAC

Congratulations to winners: Pitch, Chip & Putt Finals presented by MGA

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Six local youths earned victories in their respective divisions Monday night in the third annual Pitch, Chip & Putt Championship presented by the Missouri Golf Association.

The event was part of the PGA Korn Ferry Tour’s Price Cutter Charity Championship presented by Dr Pepper. Held at Horton Smith Golf Course, the finals featured the top three division winners from the qualifier on July 6.

Winners were Taylor Ebbrecht (Girls 6-8, 70 score), Max Albers (Boys 6-8, 150), Laylah Bates (Girls 9-11, 130), Clark Hubbard (Boys 9-11, 160), Delaney Daniels (Girls 12-14, 160) and Matthew Whitworth (Boys 12-14, 170).

By division, the breakdown was:

6 to 8 Age Division

Girls – Taylor Ebbrecht, 70; Anabella Meyer, 50; Boys  – Max Albers, 150; Schen Fronce, 150

Age 9-11 Division

Girls – Laylah Bates, 130; Sarri Fronce, 100; Boys – Clark Hubbard, 160; Wyatt Retasket, 150; Landon Nichols, 140

Age 12-14 Division

Girls – Delaney Daniels, 160; Savannah Thessing, 130; Kaydence Yockey, 110; Boys – Matthew Whitworth, 170; Stewart McDonald, 150; Micah Baker, 110.