After two rounds, the players gathered together for another edition of "Thor's Challenge". The challenge is named after Roger "Thor" Raby, a LDGA member who is currently stationed in Afghanistan. July's theme was a closest-to-the-pin contest from the parking lot to the basket of No. 5. Christian Coursey was the winner and collected $36 for his victory.
Winners of the closest-to-the-pin contests included Coursey (Nos. 11 and 18), Steve Narehood (Nos. 4 and 17), Chris Shirring (Nos. 1 and 5), Scott Crouch (Nos. 2, 6, 13 and 16), Robert Byrd (Nos. 7 and 10), Rory Joyce (Nos. 8 and 14), Anthony Whisnant (Nos. 9 and 15), Daniel Rhodes (No. 12) and Chris Conn (No. 3).
Joyce won the Pro Division with a 36-hole score of 94 (45-49), three shots ahead of Narehood, who posted round of 49 and 48 to get his 97. Crouch was third with a 98 (49-49) and Whisnant rounded out the top four at 99 (46-53).
In the Advanced Division, Jared Secor won with a score of 106 (49-57), outdistancing the rest of the division by 16 throws. Byrd and Chris Shirring tied for second at 122. Both players had rounds of 63 and 59 to finish in a dead heat for the runner-up slot.