Contributed photo — Useless Bay Golf and Country Club’s 2017 tournament champions pose for a photo. Front row: Mary Jo Sievers (Ladies’ nine-hole champion), Diane Anderson (Women’s Association champion) and Nancy Allison (Women’s Association senior champion). Back row: Ty Kane (Men’s Club champion) and Kirk Bohrer (Men’s Club senior champion).

Country club’s tournament winners crowned

  • Friday, September 15, 2017 6:00pm
  • Life

Five people were crowned as champions of Useless Bay Golf and Country Club’s tournaments for 2017.

The winners include Diane Anderson (women’s association champion), Nancy Allison (women’s association senior champion), Mary Jo Sievers (ladies’ nine-hole champion), Ty Kane (men’s club champion) and Kirk Bohrer (men’s club senior champion).

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