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Oct. 8, 2015

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Just added to the National Raffle Prizes! JB's Golf will be giving away a 2016 JB's Classic Golf Trip, valued at up to $3000. 2015 trips included destinations such as Napa Valley and Ireland. Already scheduled for 2016 are trips to San Antonio and the Niagara Falls with more big announcements to come.

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Sept. 26, 2015

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Oct. 8, 2015

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(L to R): Joe Jaspers, Championship; Dan Wanner, A; Brandon Maple, B; Kevin Parker, C; Mike Roten, D


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Jaspers wins Golfweek Amateur Tour Championship

By Carlton Reese; October 19, 2014

HILTON HEAD ISLAND, S.C. – Please forgive Joe Jaspers if his recent run of golfing success doesn’t plant some crazy ideas of grandeur into his head.

He’s coming off victories in the Charlotte (N.C.) City Amateur (fifth consecutive) and more recently the North Carolina Mid-Amateur. On Sunday, Jaspers captured his second consecutive Golfweek Amateur Tour Championship title and fifth overall.

Playing some of the best golf of his life, the 48-year-old Jasper has his eyes set squarely onto the senior circuit.

“I’m looking forward to getting onto Dennis’ senior tour,” Jasper said jokingly about gaining eligibility for Dennis McCormac’s senior division of the Golfweek Amateur Tour. “It would be fun at one point to try and qualify for a (professional senior) event, but I don’t have any designs on that. I tell people that if I can’t win a state amateur it’s kind of silly for me to think I can skip that level and go make money at it.”

The Golfweek Amateur Tour has provided Jaspers, who plays the Charlotte Tour, with high-level amateur competition to keep his competitive fire.

He built a five-shot lead heading into the final round and withstood an early challenge en route to a four-shot victory over Eric King (Kentucky Tour).

“It’s never old hat,” Jaspers said. “It’s always big. You always come down here wanting to play well.”

Jaspers shot 72-71 heading into the final round at the difficult Bear Creek track under windy conditions. He struggled early with four bogeys on the front nine and saw Andrew Tindall(Michigan East Tour) close the gap by playing the first seven holes in 1 under.

Tindall turned to the back nine only one shot behind and Jaspers had to refocus.

“At that point, I’m just thinking that fortunately I had a big lead coming in,” Jaspers said. “So now it’s like any other tournament where you’re tied for the lead.”

Jaspers played the final 12 holes in even par, while Tindall slipped back with a triple bogey at No. 12.

“I did not drive the ball well, especially on the front nine,” Jaspers said. “I was a little erratic, not hitting it solid, but I righted the ship on the back nine and (Andrew) just had a disastrous back nine, which was too bad because he was playing really well.”

Jaspers finished at 219. King closed with 2-under 34 on the back and finished 78-70-75–223 for second.

Dallas Massey (Denver Tour) shot 76-74-76–226 for third. Tindall finished eighth at 70-78-82–230.

• In the A flight, Dan Wanner (Charleston, S.C., Tour) won a playoff over Gordan Brixi(Washington DC Metro Tour) after both finished at 235. Wanner shot 83-76-76, while Brixi shot 81-79-75. Jimmy Lawrence (Louisiana South Tour) finished third at 76-84-76–236.

• In the B flight, Brandon Maple (Arkansas Tour) shot 82-89-83–244 for a two-shot victory over Bob Burinskas (Tidewater, Va., Tour), who shot 86-80-80–246. Jason Dores (Charleston Tour, 80-86-83), Robert Luter (Arkansas Tour, 84-82-83) and Matthew Nolan (Jacksonville, Fla., Tour, 84-85-80) tied for third at 249.

• In the C flight, Kevin Parker (Downeast NC Tour) survived his worst round of the tournament but still won by three shots over Gene Garrick (Tidewater, Va, Tour). Parker shot 81-80-88–249. Garrick finished at 88-83-81–252. Vic Lowenstein (Chicago Tour) was third at 81-95-85–257.

• In the D flight, Mike Roten (Columbus, Ohio, Tour) shot 88-93-83–264 for a two-shot victory. Matt Thompson (Chicago Tour) was second at 88-90-88–266, followed by William Hinson (Columbia, S.C., Tour) in third at 84-94-89–267.

In the Edwin Watts Two-Man Challenge, Joe Jaspers and Jim Haughty (Charlotte, N.C., Tour) teamed to win the Championship flight at 451. Other winning teams: Joe Aikens-Jason Snider (Michigan West Tour) in the A flight; Jason Dores-Joe Turner (Charleston, S.C., Tour) in the B flight, John Robinson-Rich Davies (Hilton Head-Savannah Tour) in the C flight; Trent Parker-Dallas Shackleford (Downeast NC Tour) in the D flight.






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