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|Father Raj wins Shamrock|
Former St. Patrick Catholic Church pastor Rev. Anthony Dhamaraj teamed up with Taylor Riche to win the St. Patrick Shamrock Shootout Saturday at Panola Woods.
"Father Raj," who is now pastor at St. Mary's Assumption Church in Cottonport, and Taylor shot an 88 to win the tournament.
"It's special because I learned to play golf in Ferriday and helped start the tournament," Father Raj said. "Taylor is a person who went to our school and I played golf with a lot. He had a good long game and my short game was working. It was great to be back playing golf with so many good friends."
Placing second was the team of Pat and Cathy Hinson and Matt Malone with a 90.
Mike Pace, Mike Cook and Richard Criswell placed third with a 91.
Taking top honors in the second flight was the team of Bill Shadnaigle, Donnie Shadnaigle and Ricky Irby with a 97.
In second place was the team of Raymond Kelly, Charles Webb and T. Pigott at 99. Shooting 101s and finishing third were the teams of W. Heatherly, Biff Partridge and C. Maxwell and Wayne Miley, David Jones and Pat Patterson.
Winning the third flight was the team of Buddy Clark, P. Johnson and Billy Frazier with a 103.
John James, Clyde Savoy and Coye Pace were second at 104.
Closest to the hole winners were Jerry Johns and Bill Colvin, while Wayne Miley had the longest drive.
The Far Golf Tournament will be held March 27, followed by Corr-Williams on April 9 and the Vidalia Chamber of Commerce on April 22.
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