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GDA Hosts 5th Annual Polar Putt Putt

Though temperatures weren't "polar," a total of 37 teams came out to putt throughout Glasgow for the Glasgow Downtown Association's fifth annual polar putt putt event on Jan. 20, making their way to 14 different businesses who designed their own little mini golf courses for a variety of different skill levels.

With an entry fee per two-person team, a total of 70 percent in cash prizes were given back to the top three team placers.

The teams "Diners, Driveways and Drives," comprised of Zack and Melanie Burner, and "W.A.P.", comprised of Kory and Kerry Hughes tied for first place. Each team decided to split the first and second place pot, each taking home $333 each. Third place was awarded to the team Your Hole Is My Goal, comprised of Kyla Forest and Chase Hughes, who took home $111.

The best costume was awarded to the "Scotty Girls," comprised of Lori Stormer and Pam Weinmeister with their Scotty pride. The honor of worst score went to the team "The Nurse Who Loved Me," comprised of Lance Monson and Ashley Arnold.

Most hole in ones was a tie between the Burners and Bob Johnson and Scott Sand.

People's Choice for best course went to Wheatgrass Arts & Gallery who won a $50 Toodie's gift card for their ingenuity in building an amazing mini golf course.

The committee of the GDA appreciates all of the businesses who participated as well as the assistance from the Busted Knuckle for their help in tabulating the scores and hosting the awards ceremony.

Up next for the Glasgow Downtown Association is planning for the summer. Alive At Five events will start in June and go through September. These events are always the third Wednesday of the month, featuring live music, food and the chance to enjoy the summer weather.


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