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Glade Springs 2017 Recap

Contributed by Sean Naylor

 

The two-day regional major finished up on Sunday afternoon. Weather was great and the beautiful courses made for close competition. Also, more than a dozen tours were represented!

A 3-under-par performance by Tony Bostic (DC Metro) on the second day propelled him to victory in the Championship Flight. Bostic, who was four strokes behind Stephen Pippin (Central Carolina) after 18 holes, made six birdies and nine pars on Sunday. He finished with a card of 149. Pippin placed second, edging Skip Brinson (Eastern NC) by one stroke, 162-163. Steven Ingwersen (Atlanta) finished fourth (178).

Tom Burlison (Kentucky) made shots needed down the stretch to take the top spot in the A Flight. Trailing by three strokes heading into day two, Burlison shot a 79 – two birdies and seven pars – for a total score of 155. James Kauffman (DC Metro) carded a 160 for second while Todd Gibbs (Kentucky) placed third (164).

We had a close one in the B Flight! Kevin Brown (Columbus) was tied with Bryan Baquer (DC Metro) after 18 holes, 82-82. Nine holes later, Baquer held a five-stroke lead over Brown. But then Brown found his way back. They were tied two other times – on the 15th and 16th hole – before the Columbus tour member birdied the 17th. Brown pared the final hole to hold a two-stroke lead, 169-171, and secure the victory. Allen Wright (Tidewater) tied with Baquer for second while Chris Franklin (Upstate) and Imee Stackhouse (DC Metro) tied for third (173).  

Two DC Metro tour members battled it out in the C Flight. Jack Pereira edged out Garry Burke after 36 holes, 170-171. Pereira birdied one hole on the second day but his nine pars made the difference. He pared the final two holes – holding off Burke. Deno Contos (Upstate) took third with a score of 175 while Jason Goodwin (Atlanta) placed fourth (182).

Brian Savaro (Eastern NC) had no trouble in the D Flight, coming away with the win. Savaro tallied a card of 185. Don Stackhouse (DC Metro) placed second (195). Both Richard Harris (DC Metro) and Shaggy Brown (DC Metro) scored a 198 after the 36 holes.


 
 

 

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