Lloyd Sowell Memorial Golf Tournament

On a near-perfect day for golf, 112 players representing 28 teams competed in the 32nd Lloyd Sowell Memorial Golf Scramble on October 28, 2022. The Links at Galloway was in fine condition thanks to PGA professional Sean McFetridge and his staff, who also provided immense support to the MASHOF Golf Committee.

This successful fund-raiser was led in outstanding fashion by first-time Chairman Steve Ganong.

Special financial support was provided by Major Sponsors Power Transport and Standard Electric. Additional financial support was given by sponsors Jason’s Deli, Memphis Police Sports Federation, Love Worth Finding Ministries, Super-Lo, Belly Acres Restaurant, STIX Restaurant, McAllister’s Deli, Newk’s Deli, Town Village at Audubon Square, and State Farm Ins.-Michelle Agnew Agency.

Although no player won the $20,000 hole-in-one prize, the tourney experienced a record setting winning score of 49 (21 under par) by a team that included our good friend and Honorary Member Dave Woloshin, and a teenage phenom, Dakota Cunningham.

3 Putters a Driver
Bartlett Eagles
Bartlett Parks
Bartlett Seniors
Chris More Inc.
Dollar Bill
Gerhart Electric
IBEW Local 474
Liquor for Less
Memphis Sports Council
Patterson Warehouse
Po Men #1
Po Men #2
Pro Tech Security
Scramblers
Select Wealth Adv. #2
Select Wealth Adv. #1
Standard Electric
Team Bartlett
Team McDonald
Team McNamee
The Harty Boys
Town Country Lock
Town Villages
U of M Baseball
Walla Bears
Wedgies
Zero for Four

The Lloyd Sowell Memorial Golf Tournament is currently the only fundraiser the Hall of Fame. For the last several years we have had no major sponsors for our organization, so this gives the golf tournament increased significance. All profits from this event help fund the Annual Induction Banquet. We cannot thank our sponsors enough for contributing to the success of the tournament and the banquet.

Since 1970, people like you have generously helped the Memphis Amateur Sports Hall of Fame recognize deserving candidates for induction into this prestigious organization. The Hall of Fame also participates in community outreach programs that promote athletics in the Memphis Metropolitan area. In addition, the Hall of Fame awards scholarships to deserving student/athletes at our annual awards banquet.

2021 Golf Team Winners

Champion Flight

Grand Champions
Memphis Sports Council
(Score 49, -21)

  • Andy Odle
  • Dave Woloshin
  • Steve Cunningham
  • Dakota Cunninghamr

Second Place
Zero for Four (former champions)
(Score 53, -17)

  • Mike Platt
  • Bobby Bunkley
  • Larry Liles
  • Ron Hooten

Third Place
Liquor for Less
(Score 52, -17)

  • Wayne Rutledge
  • Bob Barksdale
  • Jim Brawner
  • Phil Hughes

First Flight

Winner
Bartlett Parks
(Score 57, -13)

  • Keith Richardson
  • Greg Willis
  • Terry Dunn
  • Kevin Dunn

Second Place
U of M Baseball
(Score 57, -13)

  • Jeff Hopkins
  • Mike Dlugach
  • Steve Wherry
  • Horn

Third Place
Town and Country Locks
(Score 57, -13)

  • Vince Formon
  • Cliff Frisby
  • Clay Bounds
  • Ed McDugle

Second Flight

Winner
Dollar Bill
(Score 62, -8)

  • Bill Hall
  • David Rowe
  • Bob Davenport
  • Richard Booker

Second Place
The Scramblers
(Score 62, -8)

  • Murrell Weaver
  • Ken Park
  • Danny Stonen
  • Brad Stone

Third Place
Patterson Warehouse
(Score 64, -6)

  • Mike Mulroy
  • Tim Thornton
  • Scott Vanderburg
  • Van Oliver

Special Awards

Closest to the Pin

  • Hole #5 & #10 – Jim Brawner
  • Hole #2 – Monte McCrary
  • Hole #7 – Bo Reynolds
  • Hole #16
    – Dakota Cunningham

Straightest Drive

  • Hole #11 – Miles McNamee

50/50 Drawing

  • Richard Booker