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Team sponsored by Bulkley Trucking Co. wins Chamber golf tournament

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The team sponsored by Bulkley & Associates Trucking Company took the big trophy Friday at the 20th Annual Hopkins County Chamber of Commerce Golf Tournament.

Bulkley & Associates, currently located in Martin Springs and owned by Clint and Linda Bulkley, will be displaying the trophy in their offices until next year’s Chamber tourney.

The prize for having the low net score of 52 also included six tickets to a PGA Tour event — the Crowne Plaza Invitational at Colonial Country Club in Fort Worth. The tickets were supplied by Dairyland Automation.

Team members included D.J. Powers, Donnie Powers, Terry Goldsmith, Jeff Brown, Kirt Blake and Pat Larkin.

Low gross score was posted by the team sponsored by Commercial Glass and Mirror, which won six tickets for two to wine tastings at LouViney Winery, which sponsored the prize.

Team members were David Gideon, Brad Morris, Lonnie Cannon and Lonniie Cannon Sr, Tod Conner and David Graves.

Other top performers included Farmer’s Electric Co-op, which had the second-lowest net score, earning dozens of top-shelf golf balls; and Guaranty Bond Bank with the third-lowest net, winning soft-sided coolers stuffed with swag.

The Diamonds and Designs-sponsored team finished with the second-lowest gross score and also won golf balls provided by the Chamber. The Joel Smith-sponsored team, which took home coffee mugs from Morningstar Foods, had the third-lowest gross score.

Other prizes were given in various skills contests. Josh Jones hit the longest drive (men), earning a Carhartt vest from Legacy Ag Credit, while Holly Gray won longest drive (women) and a ladies vest, also from Legacy Ag Credit. Two people won the closest to the hole in two shots contest, Joel Smith and Bud Slider, while Ricky Conway won for closest to the pin. All three took home wallets supplied by Circle E Western Wear. Finally, Heath Gammill sank the longest putt and won a rechargeable flashlight from the Chamber.




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