The Turkey Creek seniors dedicated Thursday’s scramble to Rich “Bogey” Blubaugh, who died June 14 after an automobile accident in Missouri.
His wife, Rael, also died in the car crash.
In honor of their fallen comrade, Turkey Creek dedicated hole prizes on the Nos. 2 and 9 holes. Ed Younger claimed the prize on No. 9 for the longest putt, while Jerry Nelson took the prize on No. 2 for being closest to the pin.
Hole five was also dedicated in honor of Blubaugh.
The scramble was won by the foursome of Don James, Joe Pfaraenstal, Ed Younger and Leroy Weddle, who shot a 62.
Galen Regehr, Mick Norbert, Willie Johnson and Jerry Nelson came in second in the championship with a 63.
The first flight was won by Lane Bomberger, Chuck Horn, Dean Dent and Tom Billings, who shot a 68.
They won the tiebreaker with Bill Unruh, Roy Pientka, Joe Unruh and Marty Zink.
They will be back out on the course next Thursday for another scramble, with sign in at 7:30 a.m. and tee off at 8 a.m.
Seniors 55 and older are welcome to join.