Eagles host golf tournament


Jeroline McCarthyFlorida’s golf tournaments abound, and when it comes down to it, The Eagles Golf Club of Palm Coast promotes the enjoyment of playing golf.

Members and guests took advantage of the 18-hole Grand Reserve Golf Course, the area’s newest course in Bunnell, making a great day for a recent annual “4 Club” Golf Tournament. The members were gratified by the participation.

Harry Davis
Harry Davis

The weather was wonderful with excellent course conditions and excellent service from the pro shop, cart staff, and in the restaurant. Goals were established in less than 4 1/2 hours.

In the 4 Club Stroke Play (no handicap) Tournament, congratulations go to:
Flight A, first place, Harry Davis, gross score 70; second place, Ralph Lightfoot, gross score 75; third place. David Ragsdale, gross score 78. Ragsdale won on card off over Charley York on No. 1 handicap hole (11) with a 4 vs. a 5.

Flight B, first place, George Weaver, gross score 81; second place, Nat Harris, gross score 82; third place, Doug Coleman, gross score 84.

Flight C, first place, Ken Arthur, gross score 93; second place, Al Brown, gross score 97; third place, Howard Jennings, gross score 98.

Flight S1, first place, John Rucker, gross score 76; second place, Foster Vestal, gross score 81; third place, Jim Freeman, gross score 83.

Flight S2, first place, Vern Stallings, gross score 83; second place, Joe Shields, gross score 91; third place, Byron Stewart, gross score 94.

In the Par 3 competition:
Doug Coleman, hole 4; Charley York, hole 10; Foster Vestal, holes, 13 and 16.

Prizes were available for the Eagles’ last club meeting at the African American Cultural Society. They were talking about the next outing on March 30 at the Grand Club’s Pine Lakes Course in Palm Coast.

David and Joy Eurie were honored with gifts for the arrival of their baby.(PHOTO COURTESY OF THE EURIE FAMILY)
David and Joy Eurie were honored with gifts for the arrival of their baby.

Information on the March outing with plans for the one in April, along with sign-up sheets for both, are available at 386-446-9982.


A baby shower had all the makings to honor David and Joy Eurie with gifts at Bunnell City Hall for the arrival of their baby. It was a welcome for men attending the unisex shower, along with other relatives and friends far and near.

Edward Tucker Caterers prepared a buffet with relatives also “putting it down” in the kitchen.

David and Joy received lots of gifts – a stroller, car seat, crib, and plenty of clothes – ready and all fixed up in the baby’s room.


As always, remember our prayers for the sick, afflicted and bereaved.



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