November 21, 2017
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Cary Golf Tournament Another ‘Classic’

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The 31st Annual Cary Classic Benefit Golf Tournament, sponsored by the Jefferson Cary Foundation and Katahdin Trust Company was held this past weekend, July 12th -13th, at the Caribou Country Club. This year’s overall Tournament Champions were Steve Clark of Caribou, with a 36-hole gross score of 153; and Emily Jose of Caribou, with a gross score of 174. This was Emily’s fourth consecutive Cary Classic win in the ladies division and fifth tournament win overall.

The 31st Annual Cary Classic Benefit Golf Tournament sponsored by the Jefferson Cary Foundation and Katahdin Trust Company drew some outstanding golf talent to the Caribou Country Club for the two-day medal play tournament. Drenched in sunshine for the entire weekend, some 70 golfers competed for more than $8,000 in prizes. Steve Clark of Caribou and a past winner of the Cary Classic, was the tournament champion with a 36-hole gross score of 153. Ralph Michaud of Presque Isle, finished second with a gross score of 158, and Steve Gagnon of Caribou, finished third with a score of 159.
For the fourth year in a row, and a fifth Cary Classic win, perennial champion, Emily Jose of the Caribou Country Club, took the top spot for the ladies play with a gross score of 174, followed by Lupita Albert of Fort Kent in second, with a gross score of 178, and Jane Hochholzer of Florida with a score of 184.
The tournament serves as one of the largest annual fundraising events for the Jefferson Cary Foundation, (JCF), with proceeds this year going toward the new Women’s Imaging Center at Cary Medical Center.
“We can’t thank all of our sponsors enough for their generosity, and all of the players for their continued support,” commented Mary Harrigan, JCF Executive Director.
The winner of the Longest Drive for men on Saturday was Steve Clark and for the women it was Lupita Albert. On Sunday, Longest Drive winners were Travis Beaulieu and Lupita Albert. The winner of the Closest to the Pin for men on Saturday was Rick Theriault, and for the women it was Vi Kemp. On Sunday, Closest to the Pin winners were Kris Treu and Bern Michaud.
The winner of two tickets to the Deutsche Bank Championship Golf Tournament in Boston, August 29th through September 2nd, was Tyler St. Pierre of Presque Isle.
The top three in each of the divisions of play were as follows:
Men’s Div. I Gross
1st – Steve Clark, 153
2nd – Ralph Michaud, 158
3rd – Steve Gagnon, 159

Men’s Div. I Net
1st – Sam Townsend, 144
2nd – Brent Hatchard, 146
3rd – Travis Beaulieu, 148

Men’s Div. II Gross
1st – Bruce Fitzpatrick, 171
2nd – Kris Treu, 179
3rd – Harold Tardy, 181

Men’s Div. II Net
1st – Mike Gagnon, 151
2nd – Mark Desmond, 152
3rd – Greg Dickinson, 155

Men’s Div. III Gross
1st – Dale Plourde, 174
2nd – Norm Collins, 176
3rd – Donovan Savage, 179

Men’s Div. III Net
1st – Rick Hallowell, 180
2nd – Hobart Kemp, 181
3rd – Bob Anderson, 183

Men’s Div. IV Gross
1st – Shawn Savage, 181
2nd – Mike Beaulieu, 186
3rd – David LaFlamme, 195

Men’s Div. IV Net
1st – Tyler Dombroski, 145
2nd – Rick Theriault, 148
3rd – Bill Hochholzer, 149

Ladies Div. I Gross
1st – Emily Jose, 174
2nd – Lupita Albert, 178
3rd – Jane Hochholzer, 184

Ladies Div. I Net
1st – Bern Michaud, 142
2nd – Vi Kemp, 150
3rd – Judy Dombroski, 154

Ladies Div. II Gross
1st – Jesse Thompson, 193
2nd – Kris Doody, 211
3rd – Stephanie Flagg, 278

Ladies Div. II Net
1st – Janice Beaulieu, 154
2nd – Reanna Plourde, 162