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Mobley wins Cherokee Rose championship
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The Cherokee Rose Country Club and Golf Course hosted its 35th annual championship tournament on Sept. 15 - 16, where, for the sixth time, Travis Mobley came out as the club champion. He shot a 72 and a 74 for a combined 146 and the trophy.

Coming in second place was Bucky Keel who shot a 71 and an 80. Jack Shuman came in third shooting a 75 and an 82. Shuman won third after a playoff round against Dale Rowe and Robert Darby.

Here are the rest of the days scores:

First-flight champion, Jeff Stewart shot 84 and 85 for 169
Second place, Jim Rowe shot 83 and 98 for 171
Third place, Sean Begg shot 91 and 81 for 172
Second-flight champion, John Porter shot 88 and 81 for 169
Second place, Steve Welborn shot 89 and 81 for 170
Third place, James Jones shot 91 and 84 for 175

Third-flight champion,
Steve Harris shot 89 and 83 for 172
Second place, Dave Hollahan shot 92 and 83 for 175
Third place, Dennis Dasher shot 93 and 93 for 186

Fourth-flight champion, Adrian Brewer shot 93 and 90 for 183
Second place, Bradley Dennis shot 93 and 91 for 184
Third place, Curtis Lee shot 105 and 98 for 203 (after a layoff with Gary “Tiger” Rearley)
Medalist trophy for low round went to Bucky Keel and the senior champion was awarded to John Porter.

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