JDCC holds MC Classic
Despite early morning rain, 88 golfers headed to the links of the Country Club of Brewton Thursday as they participated in the 12th annual Jefferson Davis Community College Foundation’s Murder Creek Classic golf tournament.
The Peach Chevrolet team of Terry Clark, Steve Anderson, Chris Coleman and David Hyde captured first place in the First Flight. The David’s Catfish House’s team of Josh Godwin, Lucas Douglas, Ryan Sanders and Rafael Williams placed second with the Bank of Brewton team of Charlie McDaniel, Jack Cain, Paul Owens and Brad Byrne taking third place.
Winning the second flight was the Jackson Thornton & Company team of Ed Williamson, Tommy Thompson, Keith Megginson and James Ward. The team of Bernie Wall, Mark Wall, Bill Gammill and Kinn Pittman placed second. Third place went to the team of Jake Billingsley, Chris Smith, David Peace and Rucker Brown.
The third flight team champions were the Boohaker, Schillaci & Co. team of John Boohaker, Brian Faircloth, Bob McMillan and Larry Waldrep, while Georgia-Pacific’s foursome of Cliff Roberts, Tim Kelly, Jake Riggs and Adam Marickovich took second place. Third place went to the Brewton Medical Center/Medical Center Pharmacy/D.W. McMillan Hospital team of Tommy Sheehan, Dr. James Walker, Ian Vickery and Wayne Hopper.
After qualifying 12 golfers for closest to the pin on hole No. 17, the Shoot-Out winners were Ryan Sanders, first place; Tommy White, second place; and Jack Cain, third place.
“Thank you to all of the sponsors and players who made this event so successful,” Dr. Dan Bain, President of JDCC said. “It was great to see everyone having a good time and because of you, our community sponsors, you will provide scholarship opportunities for so many current and future JDCC students.”
Kelly Billingsley, President of the JDCC Foundation, was delighted with this year’s turnout and support from the community.
“The support we receive from the community enables the JDCC Foundation to continue offering scholarships to the students at JDCC—we are truly appreciative for all the sponsors and players who participated in this year’s JDCC Murder Creek Classic golf tournament,” Billingsley said.
Sponsors of the event included Shoot-out sponsor BankTrust; Platinum sponsors Goodway Refining, Longleaf Energy Group and Wind Creek Casino & Hotel; Gold sponsors Brewton Medical Center/ Medical Center Pharmacy/D.W. McMillan Hospital, First National Bank and Trust and Georgia-Pacific; and Silver sponsor Bank of Brewton. Jim Peach Motors was the hole-in-one sponsor and Siemens Building Technologies was the Shirt Sponsor. Hole Sponsors include: Brewton Insurance Agency, Everette Price, Jr., Attorney-at-Law, Southern Pine Electric, John Jernigan, Attorney-at-Law, Cannon’s Carpets, Ronny & Sherry Martin, Nalty Land & Timber, NDI, Sherrer Lawn Care, Scott’s Outdoors, Thompson, Garrett & Hines, Timberline Homes, Tri-City Newspaper and Tri-City Electric.
Other teams and golfers were First National Bank & Trust – John Brantley, Dale Hurst, Adam Kramer and Mitch White; American Klassic Designs (AKD) – Dean Argo, Dr. Reginald Sykes, Greg Schaefer and Skeeter Schilling; BankTrust – John B. Barnett II, Bill Lewis, Ed Livingston and Tom McMillan; Escambia County Bank – Bill Cox, Robert Lasher, Ronnie Lasher and Shawn Fleming; Jim Peach Motors – Jim Peach, Ron Edge, Jim Shirley and David Stokes; Longleaf Energy Group – William Joyner, Ronnie Wedgeworth, David Knowles and Keith Lisenby; MAC Package Store – Rod McIntyre, Keith McIntyre, Charlie Ward and Richard Nix; the team of Karen Reynolds, Mary Shirley, Judy Brown and Kay Slocum; Scott’s Outdoors – Mike Scott, David Jones, Jack Slocum and Dale Jones; Siemen’s Building Technologies – Jason Adcock, Rodney Kennock, Ron Northrup and Britt Rowland; T.R. Miller Mill – Danny White, Mike Minchew, Jimmy McCracken and Ken Greco; United Bank – Bruce Trammell, Tommy White, R.P. Phillips and P.D. Pollard; the team of Bill Watson, Allen Thompson, Randy Akridge and John Downing.
The tournament was a four-person scramble format with the men’s and women’s teams assigned to flights according to their handicap. The classic is held annually and benefits the JDCC Foundation for Student Scholarships.