The second annual Barry County Drug Court golf tournament was held Oct. 3 at the Cassville Golf Course with over 70 golfers participating.
Winners of the four-person scramble in the A Flight were: McCullah, Utter, Keeler and Haynes, first place; Edie, Edie, Crass and Ledgerwood. second place; and Stimble, Stimble, Meadows and Ledford, third place.
B Flight winners were: Kelley, Kelley, Allen and Richardson, first place; Reed, Erwin, Wilson and Eckel, second place; and Gripka, Divine, Henry and Epley, third place.
Longest drive honors went to Chuck Edie, and Casey Crass won longest putt. Jim Roe won closest to the pin.
Several golfers won prizes at the tournament. David Ross won an 18-hole round of golf at Murder Rock in Branson, and Mike Edley won an 18-hole round of golf at Hickory Hills. Gary Fields won a pair of cowboy boots donated by Justin.
In addition, golfers were treated to a delicious lunch, which was prepared and served by members of the Tau Eta Sorority.
Tournament sponsors included: Les Jacobs Ford; Cassville Veterinary Clinic; Able 2 Products Co.; Barry County Circuit Clerk-Recorder of Deeds Craig Williams; Bruner Pharmacy, Inc; Red Rose Health & Rehab; Freedom Bank; Lewright-Foulke Law Office; Ken's Collision Center; Ball & Prier Tire, Inc.; Trotter Law Office; Ellis, Cupps & Cole Law Office; Security Bank; Luck E Strike; Baywash Car Wash; Tomblin's Jewelry and Gifts; Riehn Law Office; Brinkman Specialities; Heritage Medical Clinic; Hutchens Construction; Willis Insurance, Inc.; Latco of Missouri, Inc.; Campbell Point Marina; First State Bank of Purdy; International Dehydrated Foods; Bob Bishop Insurance; Barry Electric Cooperative; Barry County Ready-Mix; Justin Boot; and BallPark Graphics.
"The Drug Court team greatly appreciates the support from Barry County," said Cindy Puryear, coordinator of the Barry County Drug Court. "We had teams from Monett, Cassville and Shell Knob. I think everyone had a great time, and the weather and food was perfect. Thanks to all the support we can look forward to our second year of drug court."
The tournament raised over $6,400 for the Barry County Drug Court Program. For more information about the program, call Puryear at 847-3133.