Montoya claims another title at Highland View

Montoya claims another title at Highland View
Lee Montoya tees off on No. 14 Sunday at the Highland View Golf Course. (Bill Foley photos)

YButte’s Lee Montoya added a familiar title to his golfing résumé Sunday: Highland View Champion.

Montoya followed Saturday’s 71 with a 74 for a 5-over-par 145 to win the two-day Highland View Men’s Invitational tournament Sunday at the Highland View Golf Course.

The Highland View title is the fourth for Montoya, who also won it in 2000, 2012 and 2013.

He beat Don Foley by two shots. Foley, who shot a 72 on Saturday, hit 75 Sunday. Luke Schulte was third at 149, followed by first-flight champion Marty Reilly at 150.

Montoya also won the super senior division title for the fifth straight year. That division is for players 60 and older. Mike Fairchild, who won the third flight, claimed the 50-plus senior title at 167, and Foley was declared open division championship.

Dale Grinolds won the second flight, and Walt Hendrickson topped the field in the fourth flight.

Championship flight
Lee Montoya               71-74 — 145
Don Foley                   72-75 — 147
Luke Schulte               73-76 — 149
Bill Kingston              74-80 — 154
Mark Hodges              81-78 — 159

Fist flight
Marty Reilly                74-76 — 150
Mark Noctor               77-88 — 165
Derek Burch                77-92 — 169
John Mike Hollow      87-85 — 172
Frank Gaul                  89-87 — 176

Second flight
Dale Grinolds              85-88 — 173
Steve Hepola               83-93 — 176
Mike Schrapps            91-85 — 176
Dan Gardipee              89-90 — 179
J.P. Gallagher              94-90 — 184
Vern Kingston Jr.        95-89  — 184

Third flight
Mike Fairchild            83-84 — 167
Brad Newman             85-85 — 170
Joe Dangelo                87-84 — 171
Neil Duddy                 86-90 — 176
Brian Noctor               86-93 — 179
Tom Hart                    89-92 — 181
Dan Parish                   90-94 — 184
Brian Kingston           98-88 — 186

Fourth flight
Walt Hendrickson       88-86 — 174
Tim Feisthamel           91-88 — 179
Jim Bennett                 93-96 — 189
Jim MacMillan            96-93 — 189
Tom Sullivan               95-95 — 190
Vern Kingston Sr.       101-92 — 193
Artie Laramie              103-105 — 208
Darrell Langford         WD
Tyler Reilly                 98-WD

Saturday hole prizes
Longest putt No. 2/11 — Vern Kingston Jr., 30-5
Closest to No. 5/14 — Marty Reilly, 7-10
Longest drive on No. 7 (0-13 handicap) — Luke Schulte
Longest drive on No. 15 (14-plus handicap) — Brian Noctor
Closest to No. 8/17 — Bill Kingston, 10-2
Longest putt made on No. 9/18 — Jim MacMillan, 9-0

Sunday hole prizes
Longest putt No. 2/11 — Neil Duddy 17-8
Closest to No. 5/14 —Marty Reilly, 7-8
Longest drive on No. 7 (0-13 handicap) — Luke Schulte
Longest drive on No. 15 (14-plus handicap) — Tim Feisthamel
Closest to No. 8/17 —Steve Hepola, 8-11
Longest putt made on No. 9/18 — Wal Hendrickson, 15-6



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