CSI's Lori Rogers Fly Like an Eagle Golf tournament in the books
Local golfers hoped they brought their "A" game to the course Saturday.
The Twin Falls Golf Club hosted the 21st Annual Lori Rogers Fly Like an Eagle Tournament.
The event began with a shotgun start at eight a.m. The four–person scramble cost $360 per team and all funds benefit CSI student-athletes.
Men's basketball coach Jared Phay played a round and was pleased he had a well–known local golfer on his team.
Of course, Phay isn't a terrible golfer.
I would go average at best on a good day. But we have zach abels on our team, so no pressure on me.
Phay and his squad represented Donnelley Sports. They produced the lowest gross total of 46. One of his assistants, Aaron Anderson, was on Anchor Bistro Number Two who had the second lowest net score.
The lowest net total went to the team of M and M Electric, who had a 39.7.
Phay exclaimed, "they have a lot of fun, we have a lot of regulars that play in this tournament every year." "It's a fun tournament, great course, again it helps athletics and a lot of our supporters are out here."
The winners got clubhouse credit.
2018 Lori Rogers Fly Like an Eagle
Twin Falls Golf Club
1st Donnelley Sports 46
2nd Gateway Real Estate 47
Last Place CSI Baseball 78
1st M&M Electric 39.7
2nd Anchor Bistro #2 41.2
3rd Stone/Harris 41.9