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Poole Brothers Win 9The Annual WVOL Golf Tournament

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A four man team consisting of John, Wade, Raymond and Jerry Poole won the 9The Annual WVOL Golf Tournament recently at Hidden Valley Golf Course in Glen Daniel. The second place team was made up of Robert Dyer, Jackie Justice, John Cox and Steve Carpenter. Taking third place were Darrell Stone, Bernard Bailey, Mike Browning and John Cowley.

The Winners -- (from left) John Pool , Wade Poole, Raymond Poole and Jerry Poole

According to WVOL State Coordinator, John Perry, "The tournament was a success. The weather was perfect and all of the teams played well." Proceeds from the tournament will help provide materials to WVOL Presenters as they take our message out to the people of our state.

In addition to the winners, prizes were awarded for the longest drive which went to Jerry Poole. Closest to the pin  was taken by Darrell Stone (12 feet)  and the longest putt was sunk by John McPhail (15 feet 7 inches).

Perry stated, "I want to tank our sponsors, Jody Cook, Nationwide Insurance, W.R. Murdock and Sons, First Peoples Bank, Castle Rock Restaurant, Pineville Furniture Company, Spring Hills Golf Club, Rhonda's Pharmacy, Pineville Flowers, Pinnacle Drive In, Hidden Valley Golf Course, Erica's Collectibles, Norfolk Southern Corp., Twin Falls Resort Golf Course and the New River Train."

"I also want to thank Larry Powers and Mark Woosley for all their help with putting this tournament together.", Perry said.

Second Place -- (from left) Robert Dyer, Jackie Justice, John Cox and Steve Carpenter.

Third Place -- (from left) Darrell Stone, Bernard Bailey, Mike Browning and John Cowley.

Longest Drive -- John Poole (right) took home a new putter for hitting the longest drive of the day.

Longest Putt -- John McPhail (right) won a new driver for his 15 foot   7 inch putt.

Closest to the Pin -- Darrell Stone (left) took a new wedge for his closest to the pin shot. Stone's shot was 12 feet from the pin.