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September, 10 2012 - Tees Fore Two for ChildSafe

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Golfers had a chance to secure $10,000 with a hole-in-one on the par-3 No. 2. Tim Ledbetter watches his tee shot on the par-3 2nd at Fort Collins Country Club. Mr. Mayer, left, with Bob Groke, Ken Frandsan and Bob Smith Chuck Mabry, left, with Gary Birdsell, Jim Franzen and Tom Hoogendyk
Barry Feldman, left, with Ryan Hansen, Scott Baker and Paul Parsons after Hansen sunk a 25-foot eagle putt on the first green Paul Devenny, left, with Bob Kali and Shawn Matz Mike Lindsay, left, with Scott Wilhelm, Ron Hencey and Rick Holloway Diane Shannon, left, with Tim Shannon, Lindy Brott and Hank Rodriguez
ROMEO Golf Club President Roger Colonnese, left, with Lynn Colonnese, Millie Kneeland and Doug Kneeland Scott Supowit, left, with Brad Thorberg, Thor Kasick and Jeff Reck Jack Shepard, left, with Charlie Adams, Jack Batten and Tom Malsack Paul McGill, left, with Tara McGill, Jeremy Cardwell and April Cardwell
The Fort Collins Breakfast Rotary Club became the premiere sponsor at the third-annual Tees Fore Two. Participating golfers enjoyed two free meals at the Fort Collins Country Club. Brad Thompson, left, with Mr. Dunnigan Dale Gustafson, top left, with Pat Imes, Ellen Lindsay, Cindy Stansfield and Roger Colonnese; Donna Gustafson, front left, with Erin Busch
Shawn Matz, left, with Paul Devenny and Bob Kali Jeff Doran, left, with Bruce Hottman and Tom Hyland Dick and Lee Yahnke Adam Kasick, left, with Jay Nelson, Jeff Reck and Scott Supowit
Jeff Reck earned long drive honors for the men. Lee Yahnke earned long drive honors for the women. Mike Linosan claimed closest to the pin for the men. Linda Keener claimed closest to the pin for the women.
Paul Parsons, left, with Scott Baker, Ryan Hansen and Barry Feldman. The group shot a 55 to lead teams with afternoon tee times. Bill Schaffter, Gary Bartley, Larry Evans and Jack Peck received a "sportsmanship" award for finishing last among those with afternoon tee times, carding an 80.    
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