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An Albatross For Sag Harbor Golf Club Member

Posted on 26 June 2014

The Sag Harbor Golf Club held an outing with 20 of its members at Tall Grass Golf Course on May 25, where Mark Vaughn carded one of the rarest scores in golf. On the 15th hole, a par-5 at 520 yards, Vaughn followed a 305-yard drive with a shot with his 4-hybrid that dropped in the hole for a score of two, or a double eagle which is also known as an albatross.

In other Sag Harbor golf news, the club held its 2014 Men’s Member/Guest Tournament in May, at which Tom Gibbs and Tom Gibbs Jr. posted the lowest gross score. Brett King and Charlie McCarron had the lowest net score, and Jessie Phillips the longest drive. Bob Cuthel was closest to the pin on the 3rd hole and Bob King was closest to the pin on the 8th hole.

Sag Harbor is currently holding a 50/50 raffle to help support the club. Tickets are $25 each or five for $100. Tickets are available at the club and the drawing will be held on October 11.

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