Cedars at Dungeness photo At left, Dalton Dean of the Everett Golf and Country Club won the gross amateur at the 2022 Polar Bear tournament held at the Cedars at Dungeness Golf Course this weekend. At right, Joel Skarbo of Seattle won the professional tourney at the 2022 Polar Bear tournament.

Cedars at Dungeness photo At left, Dalton Dean of the Everett Golf and Country Club won the gross amateur at the 2022 Polar Bear tournament held at the Cedars at Dungeness Golf Course this weekend. At right, Joel Skarbo of Seattle won the professional tourney at the 2022 Polar Bear tournament.

GOLF: Linksters compete at Polar Bear tournament at Cedars at Dungeness

SEQUIM — More than 60 amateur and professional golfers from the Olympic Peninsula and western Washington competed in the 2022 Polar Bear tournament at the Cedars at Dungeness this weekend.

The top amateur was Dalton Dean of the Everett Golf and Country club, who shot an 11-under-par 67 in round one and 66 in round two for a 133. The top pro was Joel Skarbo (unaffiliated) with an 8-under- par 136 (69, 67).

There was a total purse of $8,891. Dean won a $300 purse for top net amateur score and $500 overall. Dean and Danny Romero shared the biggest payouts at $500 each. Romero won the Flight Two net and gross scores and took the gross payout.

Skarbo, who beat Andy Lee by just two strokes (138 — 69, 69) won a $350 purse.

The top winners included:

Gross

Flight One — Dalton Dean, Everett Golf and Country Club, first, 133 (67, 66), $300; Garrett Stephens, Puetz Golf Club of Bellevue, second, 141 (70, 71), $225; Shawn Thornton, Snoqualmie Falls Golf Course, third, 145 (69, 76).

Flight Two — Danny Romero, Cedars at Dungeness, first, 146 (72, 74), $300; Adam Weber, Puetz Golf Club, second, 154 (75, 79) $225; Josh Milam, Cedars at Dungeness, third, 155, $150.

Flight Three — Tim Mannor, Cedars at Dungeness, first, 163 (83, 80), $300; Doug Bancroft, second, 164 (84, 80), $225; Michael Richardson, Lake Padden Golf Course, third, 173 (86, 87).

Net

Flight One — Nick Van, Port Ludlow Golf Club, first, 141 (71, 70), $300; Flavio Rivera, Riverbend Golf Complex, second, 142 (69, 73), $225; Sean O’Mera, third, 145 (72, 73), $150.

Flight Two — Steve Wilson, 144 (73, 71), Cedars at Dungeness, first, $262.50; Greg Glasser, Sunland Golf Club, first, 144 (71, 73), $262.50; Eric Weiss, The Pro Golf Club, third, 147 (73, 74), $150.

Flight Three — Keith Beck, Cedars at Dungeness, first, 142 (68, 74), $300; Brad Brewer, Tumwater Valley Golf Course, second, 146 (73, 73), $187.50; Ted Potter, Cedars at Dungeness, second, 146 (79, 67), $187.50.

Professional

Joel Skarbo, first, 136 (69, 67), $250; Andy Lee, second, 138 (69, 69); Craig Wilcox, third, 151 (76, 75).

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