Taylors win Knights of Columbus golf tournament

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The winners of the Tri-Community Knights of Columbus Golf Tournament were Steve, Steven, Becky and Paul Taylor. The Taylors came in with a winning score of 14 under par in the four-man scramble format tourney. There were lots of raffle prizes and the chance to bid on green fees for four at Tucson National golf course during the silent auction. The tournament was held at SaddleBrooke Ranch golf course. (John Hernandez photo)

Team Taylor maintained their early lead to take first place at the Knights of Columbus Charity golf tournament last Saturday at SaddleBrooke Ranch West.

The second place team, made up of Knights of Columbus Bob Zelinsky, father and son John and Joe Barno and Mike Rhodes finished with a 60, only two strokes behind team Taylor.

Third place, with scores of 62, was shared by Ralph Medina, Ralph Flores, David Garcia and Mark Vigil who matched Robert Bryant, Drew Kozakeuick, Sean Brannon and Mark Bankes.

"We thank everyone who supported our fundraising efforts for our eleventh year," said tournament director John Wahlmeier.

"We had Knights of Columbus from Globe, Catalina, Oro Valley, Marana and Tucson play, along with teams from the Tri-Community to Raytheon," he added.

Eighty year old Knight, Dan McHenry, of Council 12345 was awarded for being the oldest player in the tournament.

"Many, many businesses and golf courses were very generous with prizes, which have become a hallmark of our tournament," Wahlmeier said.

"We simply couldn't have this top notch tournament without their support," he added.

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