Golfers Scramble at International Days Championship Tournament


By Aajah Breinholt

The second annual Price City International Days Golf Championship was hosted Saturday at the Carbon Country Club. Four person teams fought for the top three spots. The first place team won a minimum of $200 each while the second place prize included $100 for each person and the third place team received $50 each. Trophies were awarded to the top three finishing teams.

Lunch and an award ceremony was also included along with many participation items. The teams played in scramble format where all players take a shot, select the best shot and all hit from that shot until the ball is holed.

Sponsors of the tournament were at every hole with giveaways and contests for the teams including a longest drive and closest to the hole contests.

Sponsors in order of the holes are: Castle Country Radio, Eastern Utah Community Credit Union and Sutherlands Lumber, Carbon Trophy and Award, Castleview Hospital, Codale Electric Supply, Sutherlands and Tony Basso GM, Peczuh Printing, Joy Global and Price City Mayor, Jones and Demille Engineering, Taton & Mellor Insurance, Market Express, Carbon County Office of Tourism, Sutherlands and Tony Basso, Cold Stone Creamery & Rocky Mountain Chocolate, Tram Electric, Price Chapel, Tony Basso General Motors and Great Clips.

The top three teams at the tournament included:

First Place (score 59): Price City #3

  • Tracy Howard
  • Frank Lujan
  • Ashley Lujan
  • Steve Radmall

Second Place (score 60): Price City #1

  • Nick Tatton
  • Ed Howa
  • Phil Howa
  • Grady McEvoy

Third Place (score 61): TK’s Pro Shop

  • John Vasquez
  • Brett Johnson
  • Freston Smith
  • Clay Finkbiner


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