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Birdie wins Westmoreland County 3-man scramble

Paul Schofield

The team of Arnie Cutrell, Kevin Fajt and Palmer Jackson birdied the fourth sudden-death playoff to capture the Westmoreland County Golf Association’s 3-man Scramble.

The winning team defeated Billy Clark, Brandon Ledoux and John W. Clark. Both teams shot 60 at Hillcrest Country Club in Lower Burrell.

Placing third a shot back was the team of Nick Licata, Marc Licata and John Jones, and the team of Brady Pevarnik, Jeff Mankins and Tyler Robbins was fourth with a 62.

This was the first of seven county events in 2019.

Paul Schofield is a Tribune-Review staff writer. You can contact Paul by email at [email protected] or via Twitter .

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