Cheri Scully putts for birdie while Shannon Hanley watches the line Saturday on the 17th hole at Catamount Ranch & Club. The team of Scully, Hanley, Amy Hillenbrand and Toni Hennessey shot a 245 over two days to record the second best score in the tournament and win Flight B.

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Cheri Scully putts for birdie while Shannon Hanley watches the line Saturday on the 17th hole at Catamount Ranch & Club. The team of Scully, Hanley, Amy Hillenbrand and Toni Hennessey shot a 245 over two days to record the second best score in the tournament and win Flight B.

Alpine Bank team wins Ski Town Classic golf tournament

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The Alpine Bank team of Glen Traylor, Tom Henninger, Jeremy Behling and Geoff Coon won the top flight of the 2013 Ski Town USA Golf Classic. The team, shown together on the fifth hole at Rollingstone Ranch Golf Club, shot 44 under par over two days to win.

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Randy Nelson tees off on the sixth hole Saturday at Catamount Ranch & Club during the Ski Town USA Golf Classic. Nelson and his teammates — Buddy King, Butch Boucher and Steve Dodson — shot a 263 during the two-day tournament.

Results

For complete results from the tournament, click here.

— Consistency turned out to be the key to winning the top flight of the 16th annual Ski Town USA Golf Classic.

After carding a 22-under par score of 122 on Friday at Rollingstone Ranch Golf Club, the Alpine Bank team of Jeremy Behling, Tom Henninger, Geoff Coon and Glen Traylor found themselves just one shot back of the Black Tie Ski Rentals team — including Ian Prichard, Joe Sternberg, Rich Van Tine and Nick George — which carded a 121.

On Saturday at Catamount Ranch & Club, Alpine Bank was able to match its 122 and win the tournament’s top flight by five strokes over the team of Scott Stanford, Jim Miller, Devon Meeks and John Sherrill.

The Ski Town Classic is played throughout two days. Foursomes are flighted according to total handicap and teams record two scores on each hole: low gross and low net. No one was able to match the 44 under par score of 244 carded by the Alpine Bank team.

“We played really consistently both days,” Behling said. “That’s what you have to do. We had a great team. Most of all, it’s great to be able to support a community event like this.”

The Alpine Bank team win broke a string of three straight wins by the Tin Man Roofing team of Buddy King, Butch Boucher, Steve Dodson and Randy Nelson. Tin Man Roofing had won every Ski Town Classic since the tournament switched to a flighted format four years ago.

The all-women team of Cheri Scully, Toni Hennessey, Amy Hillenbrand and Shannon Hanley carded the second-best score of the tournament, a 23-under par 245 that won Flight B.

The Steamboat Motors team of John Centner, Randy Reed, Brian Siegel and Ron Boyer carded the low round of the tournament, shooting a 25-under par 119 on Saturday at Catamount to finish at 248.

The tournament field featured 37 teams and 147 total golfers. For complete results from the tournament, click here.

As part of the event, the benefit auction is a major fundraiser for Steamboat’s two Rotary clubs and Routt County United Way. This year’s event grossed more than $150,000, including $60,000 that was raised at the benefit auction Friday night at the Sheraton Steamboat Resort.

Alpine Bank is the event’s title sponsor. Other gold sponsors include Central Park Liquor, Prudential Steamboat Realty, B&K Distributing and MillerCoors, Steamboat Pilot & Today, Sheraton Steamboat Resort, Steamboat Ski and Resort Corp., KEZZ Easy 94.1 FM and ESPN KTYV 98.9 FM.

Mignon Stetman, who chaired the 2013 event, said she was thrilled with the turnout and results. “I can’t thank our sponsors enough,” Stetman said. “They are the key to making this event successful.

“We had a great two days of golf and a great auction. Most importantly, we raised a lot of money for Rotary and the United Way, which means we raised a lot of money that will go back into the community.”

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