The team of Megan Riley, Steph Henderson, Tonya McCall, Kendra Flattem and pro Kyle Sapp won the Betty Allison’s Women’s Pro-Am on Tuesday at Millwood Golf & Racquet Club, firing a 58 and winning on a scorecard tiebreaker.
Taking second was the team of Christine O’Dell, Micki Struckhoff, Ellen Patrick, Terri Mullen and pro Bryan Bigley.
Third place went to the team of Jen Tudor, Marlene McCord, Sharon Koecker and Karen Thomas as they fired a 60.
When the guys from Lockton Insurance arrived for the Silver Dollar City Pro-Am, their designated pro was missing but for good reason. He “Monday qualified” for this week’s PGA Web.com Tour’s Price Cutter Charity Championship presented by Dr Pepper.
His fill-in? Well, Dillon Rust arrived. Did he ever.
Rust, an alternate pro for the event, sprang into action without any practice time and then consistently hit 350-yard tee shots for Lockton Insurance, which capitalized by firing a 56 to win the SDC Pro-Am on Tuesday at Buffalo Ridge Springs Golf Course.
Lockton featured Bob Croy, Glenn Spiking, Michael Patton and Brett Dubay. They were initially assigned with pro Jace Long, but Long fired a 5-under par 66 on Monday at Rivercut Golf Course, qualifying for the PCCC.
Hiland Dairy earned second place with a 57 and featured Rob Ballowe, Nate Angus, Terry Mitchell, Dave Carlton and pro Brad Golden.
Earning third place was an SRC-sponsored team of Harley Owens, Jim Grooms, Tim Clubb and pro Willy Hogan as the group carded a 58.
The event was a fundraiser for the PGA Web.com Tour’s Price Cutter Charity Championship presented by Dr Pepper, which is Thursday through Sunday at Highland Springs Country Club.