Randall Little fired a 3-under-par 69 to win the championship flight of the Howell Park Polar Bear Open golf tournament on Saturday, while Suzanne Seefield had a net score of 68 to clip Tracy Simoneaux (69) for the ladies championship.
Michael McDonald (even-par 72 finished second in the championship flight, followed by Gregg Barthe in third (even-par 72).
Roy Gay (79) won a playoff over Durwin Jackson (79) to take the first flight, while Julious Dilliard (80) finished third.
In the second flight, Moses Williams had an 83 and won a playoff over Clay Smith to take the title. Fred Logsdon (83) finished third.
In the ladies net flight, Delores Andrews (76) finished third, and Thelma Andrews (77) was fourth.
Ed Mitchell (72) won the BREC flight, followed by Jason Miller (76) and Morgan Miley (80).
TOWNS-TOUSSAINT-HOFFMANN TEAM WINS HOWELL PARK TOURNAMENT: The team of Timothy Towns, Derrick Toussaint and David Hoffmann fired a 7-under-par 65 to win the Howell Park Men’s Golf Association Fellowship tournament on Saturday.
The format was a three-man best ball tournament.
The team of Jason Miller, Roy Gay and Dave Raby was second with a 4-under-par 68, while the team of Bobby Cheely, Durwin Jackson and John Tate shot a 4-under-par 68 for third place.
RABY, GREEN LEAD HOWELL STROKE PLAY GAME: Donald Raby was the low back-nine winner with a 35 and the overall winner with a 72 in the Howell Park Men’s Golf Association Sunday Stroke Play Game.
Brian Green was the low front-nine winner with a 36, and finshed tied for second with a 74 with Michael Thomas.
MORSE, SIMON TAKE TITLES: Trey Morse of New Orleans fired rounds of 83 and 73 to win the boys 11-13 age division title, while Julia Simon of New Orleans had rounds of 78 and 76 to win the girls 14-18 age division in the New Orleans Junior Open held at the Links at Stonebridge in Gretna over the weekend.
Morse’s round of 73 featured four birdies and five bogeys as he carded a 156 to win the division. Cameron Guidry of Picayune, Miss., (82-76 — 158) was second in the division, while Ryan Dupuy and Luke Haskew of Baton Rouge tied for third with 159s.
Simon (78-76 — 154) edged Hannah Levi of D’Iberville, Miss., (77-78 — 155) for the girls title. Angelica Harris (75-81 — 156) finished third in the division.
Zack Vingoe of Houston (79-80 — 159) won the boys 16-18 age division, followed by Carlo Carino of Harvey (85-76 — 161) and Wondell Smith of New Orleans (82-80 — 162).