Seven Senses wins Cookeville Chamber’s Fall Golf Tournament in scorecard playoff

The Seven Senses team (l. to r.): Will Brooks, Sam Brooks, Jake New and Jay Albrecht won the First Flight with a 20-under 50.

By Michelle Price
UCBJ Managing Editor

COOKEVILLE – The Cookeville-Putnam County Chamber held its Fall Golf Tournament last Friday at the Golden Eagle Golf Club, and the Seven Senses team won the First Flight in a scorecard playoff.

The Friday afternoon tournament was broken into two flights with golfers extremely evenly matched with multiple teams recording low scores. Winners of both flights were determined by a scorecard playoff.

The Seven Senses team, consisting of Will Brooks, Sam Brooks, Jake New and Jay Albrecht won the First Flight with a 20-under 50.

The Farm Bureau team, consisting of Sam Cass, Tyler Hillis, Wade Wheaton and Tyler Cassetty, finished second in the First Flight also with a score of 50.

The Southern Comforts team, consisting of Dylan Cisco, Tommy Tayes and Mike Tayes finished third in the First Flight with a 52.

The Second Flight had a three-way tie for first place at 10-under 60.

The T.W. Frierson team, consisting of Tom Gregory, Tyler Tedrow, Josh Carroll and Bill Gallagher, finished first.

The Tri-Star Beverage team, consisting of Rob Eads, Barry Smithmier, Jeff Haney and Drew Dickey, finished second.

Third place in the Second Flight went to the Thompson Cat Rental team, consisting of Joe Maynard, Alex Richardson, Cody Huddleston and Lane Mayberry.

Longest Drive winners were Kerry Davis (mens) and Jennifer Prowse (womens).

The Farm Bureau team (l. to r.): Sam Cass, Tyler Hillis, Wade Wheaton and Tyler Cassetty.
The Southern Comforts team (l. to r.): Dylan Cisco, Tommy Tayes and Mike Tayes.
The T.W. Frierson team (l. to r.): Tom Gregory, Tyler Tedrow, Josh Carroll and Bill Gallagher.
The Tri-Star Beverage team (l. to r.): Rob Eads, Barry Smithmier, Jeff Haney and Drew Dickey.
The Thompson Cat Rental team (l. to r.): Joe Maynard, Alex Richardson, Cody Huddleston and Lane Mayberry.

Michelle Price is the managing editor of the Upper Cumberland Business Journal and can be reached via email. Send an email.

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