Sport briefs — July 18, 2018

Sprint boats competitions set for July 28-29

Tickets and reserved camping spots for the two upcoming sprint boat races on Saturday, July 28, and Saturday, Sept. 29, at Extreme Sports Park are available online at

Ticket prices are now $25 for adults (ages 16 and older); $20 for seniors (55 and older) and the military; $15 for kids ages 6-15 and free for youths age 5 and younger.

Camping fees are $30 for Friday through Sunday and $40 for Thursday through Sunday.

Pit passes are available at the event only for an additional $5.

Canopy spots and VIP passes are available by calling Kelie Morrison at 360-460-2601.

SkyRidge hosts own ‘Open’

SkyRidge Golf Course, 7015 Old Olympic Highway, hosts the course’s annual Clallam Links “Open” on Sunday, July 22.

Format is individual medal play on the links-style course.

Play starts after The Open finishes. A Mulligan stew-and-fixings lunch is at noon. A mini-shotgun opening starts at 1 p.m. on holes 1 and 7.

The tourney features three divisions: men’s amateur 0-14, men’s amateur 15 and up, and women’s amateur.

The first 40 paid players signed up are in. Cost is $55 per player and includes 18 holes of golf range balls, KPs, longest putt competition and lunch; power carts are $15 per seat.

Call 360-683-3673 for more information or to register.

PA golfer sinks first ace

Glenn Singer of Port Angeles aced his first hole-in-one on July 10 at The Cedars at Dungeness. Singer used an 8-iron to drive the 141-yard hole No. 17 at The Cedars. Scott Aughtry of Sequim and Robin Read of Port Angeles witnessed the feat.

Anglers set meeting

The next meeting of Puget Sound Anglers-North Olympic Peninsula Chapter is set for 6:30 p.m. Thursday, July 19, at Trinity United Methodist Church, 100 S. Blake Ave., and features a special “Boat Set-up Show and Tell.”

As many as four club members will bring their boats and speak about how they enhanced safety, catching, or organization of boat interiors. Some of the topics/demos will be windlass, drop fins, high speed pot puller, electronics (radar, three kinds of sonar, AIS and overlays) and more.

Attendees are encouraged to bring a short step-stool/ladder to aid in viewing. The club will also host a short presentation by a representatives of Clallam County Marine Resources Committee to talk about 2018 educational outreach.

The evening begins with viewing raffle prizes and fish stories. Following the county presentation at 7 p.m. there is break, then a short business meeting — which includes a financial report, government relations report, upcoming events discussions and fishing reports from members.

The club meets the third Thursday of each month. The public is welcome. See and for more information.