Winners announced in E&E Pro-Am

E&E winners from left: Steve Wendler, John Cyrus, pro Oren Geri, Don Phillips and Chris Hamon, the CEO of White River Valley Electric Cooperative.
E&E winners from left: Steve Wendler, John Cyrus, pro Oren Geri, Don Phillips and Chris Hamon, the CEO of White River Valley Electric Cooperative.

The team of Chris Hamon, John Cyrus, Steve Wendler and Don Phillips took top honors in the Energy & Education Pro-Am on Sunday at LedgeStone Country Club in Branson.

The White River Valley Electric-sponsored team won the rain-shortened event with a 20 in A Flight. Placing second in a scorecard tiebreaker, and finishing with a score of 22, was another WRVE-sponsored team that featured John Bruns, Chris Boedefeld, Nathan Bruns and Harry Vanderploeg. A Mercy-sponsored team fired a 22 and featured Kevin Rash, David Globig, Drew Rash and Ben Rash.

In B Flight, the top three teams all finished with 24s, which were decided on scorecard tiebreakers.

The winning team, sponsored by Meyer Communications and Loyd’s Electric Supply, featured Rusty Bass, Mark Caloric, Doug Wilks and Shelly Arnold. Placing second was Rural Missouri, which featured Doug Schreiman, Dusty Weter, Paul Newton and Byron Dudley. Third place was won by a Great Southern Bank-sponsored team, which featured Levi Paterson, Riley Hamilton, Mack Murray and Sam Paterson.

In C Flight, a White River Valley Electric-sponsored team took top honors. Cy Murray, Christiaan Horton, Doug Lay and Billy Graham combined for fire a 25, winning on a scorecard tiebreaker. Arkansas Electric, which placed second with a 25, featured Dan Paxton, Dan Weidmaier, Pat McClafferty and Brad Grainger. Taking third place was another WRVE-sponsored team (25) featuring Brian Coleman, Dave Hughes, David Kesterson and Dave Edwards.

In D Flight, the KAMO team of Cody Johnson, Joel Mehrens, DeWayne Willis and Kevin Orduno fired a winning score of 26 in a scorecard tiebreaker. Placing second was Signs Now featuring Karl Achterberg, Red Jackson, Punch Young and Greg Walker. Placing third was a WRVE-sponsored team with Jeff O’Dell, Bill Calovich, Parker O’Dell and Caleb Bronn.