July 13, 2017 | Updated: January 29, 2019

Congratulations to Team Texas, which crushed it at the SONA Golf Invitational in Seattle last month. The team was able to check out the course that will host the 2018 USA Games. Thanks for doing such a great job representing our state!

Here are the results:

  • Jus and Mike Singh:  Level 2 Gold 
  • Stacy and Bill Brown: Level 2 Silver
  • Marcus Gary and David Hutchins:  Level 3 Participation Medallion
  • Chaz Curiel and James Coleman:  Level 3 Bronze
  • Shaun and Mark Linsey:  Level 3 Fourth 
  • Elizabeth and Bill Crook:  Level 3 Silver
  • Stephen and Alan Hirshman:  Level 3 Silver
  • Shawn Coleman:  Level 5 Silver
  • Michael Gallagher:  Level 5 Bronze
  • Matt Mantor:  Level 5 Gold
  • Jonathan Blackmon:  Level 5 Participation Medallion

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