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Bristol Area Lions Golf Tournament Results 09/06/2017

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The Bristol Area Lions Golf Tournament first gross winning foursome, from left: Dewey Chase, Dave Maxwell, Sam Matiosian, and Tim Matiosian.

The ninth annual Bristol Area Lions Foundation Golf Tournament was held Sept. 2 at Wawenock Golf Club. The day started out sunny and cool, but quickly warmed up as did the enthusiastic golfers.

No one won the 2017 Jeep Cherokee from Newcastle Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram, the prize for a hole-in-one on the par-three third hole; a 2018 Wawenock Golf Club membership for a hole-in-one on the eighth hole, nor a vacation package for a hole-in-one on the first hole.

The Lions are grateful for all the guidance from Wawenock General Manager Paul Richmond and help from Linda Cosgrove and R. J. Ochs for making the tournament successful. Also, thanks go to the kitchen staff of Chef Peter Flint, son Tristan and Asst. Chef Lucas Woraell. R.J. Ochs compiled the scores and announced the winners.

Winners include David Drever for closest to the lobster trap; John Haas for closest to the pin on the eighth hole; Tim Leeman had the longest drive on the seventh hole; and Joe Holland was the closest to the train.

For the third year in a row, the first low gross winners at the event were the Dewey Chase team with Tim Mateosian, Sam Mateosian, and Dave Maxwell. First net winners were the Hammond Lumber team of Paul Sproul, Richie Sproul, Alex Benner and P.J. Arsenault.

Second low gross winners were the Hammond Lumber team of Matt Corson, Scott Benner, John Haas, and Craig Lebrecque. Second net team winners were the Leeman team of Tim Leeman, Brett Cowan, Jay Bryant, and Matt Leeman.

Tournament proceeds will benefit local charities and the Bristol Area Lions scholarship fund.

Bristol Lions Golf Tournament Prize is New Jeep Cherokee 08/16/2017

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Newcastle Chrysler is offering a 2017 Jeep Cherokee as the prize for a hole-in-one on the third hole for the Bristol Area Lions Golf Tournament. From left: Newcastle Chrysler President Randy Miller with Bristol Area Lions President Brendan Donegan.

Newcastle Chrysler will offer a 2017 Jeep Cherokee as the prize for hitting a hole-in-one on the third hole at the ninth Annual Bristol Area Lions Golf Tournament at the Wawenock Golf Club in Walpole on Saturday, Sept. 2, with a rain date of Sept. 3.

Registration forms are available at Wawenock Golf Club or may be emailed by request by calling 563-7402. The cost is $45 per person for nine holes, and includes a cart and lunch. The lunch will be lobster with corn on the cob, potato salad and cole slaw with a roll.

Other prizes are for the first and second low gross team and low net team, closest to the pin, longest drive, closest to the lobster trap, closest to the train, and a Wawenock golf membership for next year for a hole-in-one on the eighth hole.

Registration is at 8:30 a.m. and tee time is 9 p.m. with a scramble/shotgun start. Teams of four are encouraged, but single players will be assigned to teams.

Proceeds from the tournament will be used for the Bristol Area Lions Foundation Scholarship Fund and to provide funding to other local charities, such as the C.H.I.P. Inc., Round Pond Green, Caring for Kids, and other local charities. This year the club celebrated 50 years of sponsoring a Little League team and awarded four $2,000 scholarships to Lincoln Academy graduates.

Bristol Lions Golf Tournament Hole-in-One Prize 2016 Jeep Cherokee 08/09/2016

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Newcastle Chrysler-Dodge-Jeep –Ram is offering a 2016 Jeep Cherokee as the prize for a hole-in-one on the third hole for the Bristol Area Lions Golf Tournament. From left: Sales Associate Mike Elwell, Bristol Area Lions President Brandon Donegan, and Newcastle-Chrysler-Dodge-Jeep-Ram President Randy Miller.

Newcastle Chrysler-Dodge-Jeep-Ram will offer a 2016 Jeep Cherokee as the prize for hitting a hole-in-one on the third hole at the eighth Annual Bristol Area Lions Golf Tournament at the Wawenock Golf Club in Walpole on Saturday, Sept. 3, with a rain date of Sept. 4.

Registration forms are available at Wawenock Golf Club or may be emailed by request by calling 563-7402. The cost is $45 per person for nine holes, and includes a cart and lunch. The lunch will be lobster with corn on the cob, potato salad and cole slaw with a roll.

Other prizes are for the first low gross team and low net team, closest to the pin, longest drive, closest to the lobster trap, closest to the train, and a Wawenock golf membership for next year for a hole-in-one on the eighth hole.

Registration is at 8:30 a.m. and tee time is 9 p.m. with a scramble/shotgun start. Teams of four are encouraged, but single players will be assigned to teams.

Proceeds from the tournament will be used for the Bristol Area Lions Foundation Scholarship Fund, which in June provided four $2,000 scholarships to Lincoln Academy graduates, and to support other local charities.

2011 Jeep Patriot is prize at Bristol Area Lions Golf Tournament 07/29/2011

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John Janell, (on left) President, Bristol Area Lions with Randy Miller, President, Newcastle Chrysler-Dodge-Jeep with 2011 Jeep Patriot

A 2011 Jeep Patriot is the prize for a hole in one on the third hole at the 3rd Annual Bristol Area Lions Golf Tournament to be held at the Wawenock Country Club on Saturday, Aug. 13 with an Aug.14 rain date.

Golfers are encouraged to preregister their foursome for this popular event. Forms are available at the Wawenock C.C. or may be e-mailed to you, by calling 563-7402 with your e-mail address.

The cost is only $65 per player which includes a cart and a whole lobster lunch with potato and tossed salad. It is only $55 for walkers. Other prizes are also available and there will be a Silent Auction at the Clubhouse.
Registration is at 7:30 am and tee time is 8:00 am with a scramble/shotgun start. Teams of four are suggested, but single players will be assigned to teams.

Proceeds from the tournament will be used for the Bristol Area Lions Foundation Scholarship Fund, which provided five $1,500 scholarships to Lincoln Academy graduates this June, and to support other local charities such as, C.H.I.P., the New Harbor Food Pantry and the Lions Christmas Food Basket distribution to needy families.

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