Jim Aughtry, Dan Harmon, Derek Goodyear, Joseph Rinaldi & Mason hagen all win at The Palisades
Next tour stop is Charlotte National on Saturday June 1st
a 1:30pm shotgun start. The course is in
great shape as I played it this past Monday and greens are great!
Please email me back (Yes or No) ASAP to get entered in this event. As always I expect a waiting list so let me
know soon either way please.
Practice round rates are only $25 anytime during the week except
this Monday which is a Holiday so $35.
Champ, A, B, C & D Flights: (Blue) 6500
Jim Aughtry had just about given up ever winning at the
Palisades but on Saturday Aughtry posted his best round of the year a three
under 69 for the victory. Aughtry hit
the ball perfect all day and finally got a birdie putt to go in one #9, then he
followed it up by birding 4 of the final six holes to shoot a 32 on the back
nine. Playing in his first event of the
Season Brett Parlier shot an even par round of 72 and beat out Jay Barnes on
the card for second place. Rob Phillips
rounded out the top four places with a nice round of 74.
Dan Harmon won for the first time ever on tour winning by only
one shot at 77. Charles Devenney
continues to improve as he posted a second place score of 78. Greg McCoy, David Aussicker and Jason
Breedlove all posted 80’s with McCoy grabbing third and Aussicker fourth on the
Derek Goodyear won again an immediately asked for a promotion up
to the A Flight even though his index is still in B flight range. Goodyear won with 78 followed by Ed Grbben at
80, Nolan Elenz at 81 and Tom Chambers rounding out the top four spots at 82.
Joseph Rinaldi won for the first time in C Flight with a mice
round of 88. Maurice Mack posted yet
another second place finish with 90 followed by Richard Cairns at 94 and Brian
Chapman 97. Chapman beat out Greer on
the card for 4th place money.
Mason Hagen wins again as he won by only one shot at 93. Rob Formeck finished second on the card over
Eric Parker with both players firing 94’s.
Ed Ford finished in solo fourth place with 96.