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Randy Towner leaving Alvamar

Alvamar Private head pro Randy Towner reacts after missing a putt on the 16th green in this 2009 file photo. On Thursday, Towner informed Alvamar president Dick Stuntz that he is leaving and has accepted the position of head pro/general manager of the Firekeeper Golf Course at the Prairie Band Casino.

Alvamar Private head pro Randy Towner reacts after missing a putt on the 16th green in this 2009 file photo. On Thursday, Towner informed Alvamar president Dick Stuntz that he is leaving and has accepted the position of head pro/general manager of the Firekeeper Golf Course at the Prairie Band Casino.

October 21, 2010

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Randy Towner, a golf professional at Alvamar for the past 22 years, on Thursday informed Alvamar president Dick Stuntz that he is leaving and has accepted the position of head pro/general manager of the Firekeeper Golf Course at the Prairie Band Casino. Towner begins his new job Nov. 8.

Bryan Minnis, formerly in charge of recruiting new members, becomes head golf pro at Alvamar CC and David Dunn will resume his position as head golf pro at the public course, now called the East Course.

Comments

Steve Jacob 4 years, 6 months ago

I did not know that course was still being built. They announced it around the time of the recession started, and before the Hard Rock was official. Hard Rock is going to eat into all the local casinos profits.

jesse499 4 years, 6 months ago

Well you know they have to do there own stories now instead of sunflower news doing there work for them.

Kontum1972 4 years, 6 months ago

ohhh..i thought he was going to coach the jayhk football team....

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