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Murphy Tractor & Equipment Hosts Annual Golf Scramble in Cheney, Kan.

Wed August 17, 2011 - Midwest Edition
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(L-R): Mike Bellick, Andy Womack, Eric Richardson and Troy Richardson combined their skills to win the event and collect a Cherry Oaks Pro Shop gift certificate.
(L-R): Mike Bellick, Andy Womack, Eric Richardson and Troy Richardson combined their skills to win the event and collect a Cherry Oaks Pro Shop gift certificate.
(L-R): Mike Bellick, Andy Womack, Eric Richardson and Troy Richardson combined their skills to win the event and collect a Cherry Oaks Pro Shop gift certificate. Troy Richardson starts his day on the course with a lengthy drive off the tee. (L-R): The team of  Jeff Caverness, Jason Eaglin, Ron Larson and Nick May finished second during the event, also scoring a Cherry Oaks Pro Shop gift certificate. (L-R): The third place team of Paul Moser, Mike Heddon, Bill Mullin and Tom Schuckman are all smiles after being awarded a Gander Mountain gift certificate. (L-R): Mike Craft, Tom Schuckman, Brandon Kauffman, Bob McMillan and Terry Carlson are the lucky winners of door prizes given out during the lunch break. (L-R): Richard Jefferson, Amy Koehler, Jeff Gaona and Curtis Mead of ISG Technology are ready to show off their golf skills. A happy Brett O’Connor collects his prize for sinking the afternoon’s longest putt. Mike Bellick had no trouble winning the longest drive. Jeff Blosser tees off at hole 2 in hopes of getting a hole-in-one and winning the John Deere 318D skid steer.

Murphy Tractor & Equipment held its 3rd annual Golf Scramble Aug. 4 at Cherry Oaks Golf Course in Cheney, Kan.

Participants in this year’s scramble were eligible to win a John Deere 318D skid steer if they were to hit a hole-in-one at one of the most difficult holes on the course.

“Although no one was able to get a Hole-In-One, all 92 attendees had a blast trying to do so,” said Eric Timken, Murphy Tractor compact equipment sales manager, Wichita, Kan.

The top three teams, along with participants who made the longest putt and longest drive, were awarded prizes donated from Murphy Tractor & Equipment Co. and sponsors of the tournament. Door prizes were awarded to lucky individuals during the lunch break. Brett O’Connor took honors for the longest putt, while Mike Bellick had the day’s longest drive. Door prize winners included Mike Craft, Tom Schuckman, Brandon Kauffman, Bob McMillan and Terry Carlson.