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Micah Holley, Tyler Brackin, Don McGriff

The team of Michah Holley, Tyler Brackin and Don McGriff won the HCC 3-Man Scramble held on August 18th-19th at the Headland Country Club. The Champions shot 59-54=113 edging out the team of Peters, Dawson and Czarnik.

Joey Burgoon, Jeff Andrews, and Eddie Perkins shot 61-55=116 to win the Championship B flight over Collier, Ferguson and Clark.

The First Flight was won by the team of Nic Boatwright, Keith Shippey and Pete Solomon with a score of 63-57=120 edging out the team of Cole, Cole and McLenny.

The Headland Country Club thanks all of the teams that participated in our tournament. Read on for photos!!

Mark Barnes used an 8-iron from 142 yards to hole out a double-eagle on #18 at the Headland Country Club on Sunday, August 19th during the HCC 3-Man Scramble Tournament. It was witnessed by playing partners Kevin Thompson and his son Patrick Barnes as well as playing companions Mark Bristow, Adam Hardy and Jerry Hardy.

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The pool IS open! Gate opens about 8am and closes about 6pm. If members need to stay later than 6pm, check with Neal and he will leave the gate unlocked but last member leaving MUST lock the gate.

 

The team of Braswell, McLind and McCurley won the 2017 Headland Country Club 3-Man Scramble held on August 19th-20th.  The winning team with a score of 110 edge the 2nd place team of Bagwell, Bynum and Blackmon with a score of 111.  Cole, Freeman and McClaney took 3rd place in the Championship A flight with a score of 117.

In the Championship B Flight, Hardy, Senn and Senn took first place with a score of 123.  The team of Worrick, Otto and Snyder shot a 125 to edge the 3rd place team of Ward, Weeks and Freeman that shot 126.

The Headland Country Club congratulates the winners and thanks everyone who turned our for our main tournament of the year. We invite everyone back on August 18th-19th, 2018 for next years 3-Man Scramble!

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1st place charles clay matthewThe team of Charles Money, Clay Herring and Matthew Money (L-R) won the 2017 American Legion Bradley Keller Post 119 3-Man Scramble held at the Headland Country Club on Friday, April 21, 2017.  Will Glover, Anthony McClendon and Jason Atkins came in second place.  Third place was won on regression by the team of Jay Jarrett, John Phipps, and Jeff Ward. 

Thirty golfers participated in this event and the Bradley Keller Post 119 appreciates everyone turning out for a good cause as well as they thank the sponsors who contributed to this tournament.

kenneth bruce bond 1940 2017 341x600Our good friend, golfing buddy and former HCC Pro Shop Manager Ken Bond has passed away.  We will miss him.

Obituary

Kenneth Bond, a resident of Webb, died Sunday afternoon, February 12, 2017, in a Dothan hospital. He was 76.

Funeral services will be held at 2:30 P.M. Thursday, February 16, 2017, in the Holman-Headland Mortuary Chapel with Reverend Tim Plant and Reverend Don Clark officiating. The family will receive friends from 5:00 until 7:00 P.M. Wednesday at the mortuary in Headland.

In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to the First Baptist Church of Columbia, P.O. 267, Columbia, AL 36319 or to Road Trip 4 Paws, P.O. Box 3603, Coppell, Texas 75019.

Kenneth Bond was born and reared in Dothan, son of the late Wyatt Bond and Audrey Brackin Bond. He was a 1959 graduate of Rehobeth High School. Kenneth served his country eight years in the U. S. Air Force during the Vietnam War era. He was retired as an Air Traffic Controller for the Department of the Army. In later years, Kenneth served as the Manager of the Headland Country Club. He was an avid golfer and gardener and enjoyed nothing more than sharing the fruits of his garden with family, neighbors and friends. He was a member of the First Baptist Church of Columbia and a former member of the Poplar Springs Baptist Church. He was preceded in death by two sisters, Jacqueline Mott and Sara Hulet.

Surviving relatives include his wife, Elaine Livingston Bond; a daughter Kelly Bond, Irving, TX; two sisters, Betty Davidson (Kenneth), Dothan; and Janice Lohman (Ray), Houston, TX; a brother, Jim Bond (Joy), Cowarts; several nieces and nephews.

Kenneth will be greatly missed by family, friends, golfing buddies and his canine friend “Bailey”.