Rena Carver, left, Helen Jurca, Norma Miller and Jeannie Pippin enjoyed a fun and challenging afternoon Sunday at the Yampa Valley Golf Course. They played in the Silver Bullet women's tournament that took place on Saturday and Sunday. Women from Colorado and other states teed off for the largest multiple-day, stroke-play game of the year for women. This year, 62 golfers from three states played 36 holes. "It was a beautiful course and it was challenging," Pippin said. "But it was beautiful and very fun to play. These people who put it on are really awesome."

Photo by Noelle Leavitt Riley

Rena Carver, left, Helen Jurca, Norma Miller and Jeannie Pippin enjoyed a fun and challenging afternoon Sunday at the Yampa Valley Golf Course. They played in the Silver Bullet women's tournament that took place on Saturday and Sunday. Women from Colorado and other states teed off for the largest multiple-day, stroke-play game of the year for women. This year, 62 golfers from three states played 36 holes. "It was a beautiful course and it was challenging," Pippin said. "But it was beautiful and very fun to play. These people who put it on are really awesome."

Silver Bullet Tournament celebrates successful, beautiful weekend

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Tournament results:

Championship Flight

GROSS

1st: Kim Eaton, 135

2nd: Jackie Skelton, 160

3rd: Tami Holt, 166

Sunday Day Money

Longest Drive: Hole #1 — Tami Holt

1st Flight

GROSS

1st: Penny Sykes, 172

2nd: Shannon Tittle, 175

3rd: Sheila Naski, 178

Sunday Day Money

GROSS

1st: Peggy Brink, 89

2nd Flight

GROSS

1st: Michelle Marquardt, 186

2nd: Deb Ghiloni, 191

3rd: Cindy Lonis, 193

Sunday Day Money

GROSS

1st: Jackie Heuer, 96

3rd Flight

GROSS

1st: Teresa White, 203

2nd: Rebecca Ludlow, 204

3rd: April Branstetter, 206

Sunday Day Money

GROSS

1st: Marissa Mortensen, 111

Rena Carver, left, Helen Jurca, Norma Miller and Jeannie Pippin enjoyed a fun and challenging afternoon Sunday at the Yampa Valley Golf Course.

They played in the Silver Bullet women's tournament that took place on Saturday and Sunday.

Women from Colorado and other states teed off for the largest multiple-day, stroke-play game of the year for women. This year, 62 golfers from three states played 36 holes.

"It was a beautiful course and it was challenging," Pippin said. "But it was beautiful and very fun to play. These people who put it on are really awesome."

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