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Old Habits are Hard to Break

Above, COO/Executive Vice President Carolanne Marquis with Scott Jensen (center) and Josh Robinson and below with Roger Jensen (left) and Kyle Reagan.

Winning the Keuka College Golf Classic has become a habit for the team of  Kyle Reagan ’05, Roger Jensen, Scott Jensen ’07, and Josh Robinson ’09.

The foursome have carved their names on the trophy three times in the past four years and was favored to make it four out of five at the 12th renewal of the event July 18 at Lakeside Country Club in Penn Yan.

Reagan, Jensen, Jensen, and Robinson delivered once again, although they were pushed to the limit by the team of Jim Stork, Matt Stork, Jeff Zimar, and Ben Stewart.

Both teams carded 13-under par 59s, with first place determined by a match of scorecards.

Senior division winners Bob Meriwether, Glenn Rolls (standing) and Jean and Paul O'Neill (seated.)

The team of Mike Sweet ’03, Jenn Sweet, Mike Heib, and Bryan Lanahan won the mixed team division with a 62 while Paul O’Neill, Jean O’Neill, Bob Meriwether, and Glenn Rolls returned a 61 to win the senior division.

Marty Sample and Jenn Sweet won the longest drive competitions while Judy Erwin, Doug Lippincott ’11, Jesse Bond, and Sweet won closest-to-the-pin prizes.

The tournament benefits the Deb Manahan Golf Classic Scholarship, which carries the name of the late Penn Yan resident, avid golfer and Keuka College benefactor. In its first 11 years, the tournament raised some $137,000 for the scholarship, awarded annually to Keuka students from the Finger Lakes region.

To see more of golfers in action at the Keuka Classic, click here.

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