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Player in LMH's Penny Jones golf tourney wins car for sinking hole in one

Published on September 12, 2016

35th anniversary Penny Jones golf tournament benefits LMH

Eric Vogel of Chanute made a hole in one on the seventh hole at the 35th annual H.P. “Penny” Jones Open Golf Tournament on Friday, September 9, 2016, at Lawrence Country Club.

The feat won Vogel a 2016 Buick Envision, which was donated by Greg Maurer of Dale Willey Automotive. Vogel, who was playing with three friends with whom he attended Neosho County Community College, said he was shocked when the ball went in the hole during the charity golf event. “I’m still shaking,” said Vogel, who was playing on a team sponsored by Rumsey-Yost Funeral Home.

Again this year, proceeds from the Dr.H.P. “Penny” Jones Open benefit Lawrence Memorial Hospital Endowment Association to enhance the quality of health care in the Lawrence area. Since 1969, LMH Endowment Association has provided more than $23 million in equipment and services for our community hospital.

Pictured above, from left, are Curtis Foley, Lawrence; Mike Dressler, Gardner; Bryan Brady, Hays; and Vogel. For more photographs from the 2016 Penny Jones, click here.

Tournament winners

Morning Session

1st Place

First Flight

Nathan Dick

Mason Dick

Gary Dick

Greg Dick

2nd Place

Matt Jennings

Jim Winne

Bart Hoolehan

Marc Brookings

1st Place

Second Flight

Kelvin Heck

Kent Conwell

Gary Sollars

Ron Miller

2nd Place

Lauren Wiest

Mike Boyd

Dave Ruf

Jim Huckleberry

Afternoon Session

1st Place

First Flight

Jay Patterson

Van Reichert

Bud Stagg

Will Gantz

2nd Place

Jason Kimball

Joel Kaczor

Brad Scraper

Jon Haggard

1st Place

Second Flight

Ted Simmons

Bill Hirschler

Andy Brookshire

Bernie Heffernon

2nd Place

Galen Van Blaricum

Kurt Falkenstein

David Olmsted

Peter Olmsted

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