BULLARD — Ross Crawley captured the Emerald Bay Men’s Club Golf Championship on Sunday at Emerald Bay Club.

Crawley had a three-round total of 228. He carded rounds of 77 and 79 along with a final round of 72.

Jim Robinson won the net title with a 219.

Robinson was also runner-up for the overall title with a 231 (78-76-77) with Randy Stuart third at 237 (80-78-79).

In the second flight, Dennis Rogers was first with a 252 (88-87-77), followed by Paul Littlejohn (82-85-93—260) and Terry Purcell (85-85-90—260). Littlejohn won the net title with a 224 (70-73-81).

Dave Moore won the Senior Club Championship by carding a 237 (74-81-82). Smitty Rogers was second a 243 (88-76-79), followed by Bob Boyce at 244 (78-88-78).

Steve Adams won the Senior net crown with a 214 (66-80-68).

In the Senior second flight, Perry Little topped the field with 241 (82-76-83). He was followed by Rudd Marlowe (84-92-87—263) and Robert Lewis (95-86-91—272).

Bill Carver earned the net title with a 211 (69-71-71).

David Morse won the Super Senior Club championship with a 153 (77-76), followed by John Steveson (84-74—158).

Jimmie Morris won the Super Senior net title with a 131 (63-68). Bruce Simmons was runner-up at 142 (75-67).


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