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Charleston Tour Ends 2007 Season

CHARLESTON TOUR FINISHES 2007 AT KIAWAH ISLAND Oak Point Club at Kiawah Island hosted the final event for the Charleston division of the Amateur Golf Tour on Sunday October 7, 2007. The course is a very challenging layout with the ocean breeze a constant threat. The Oak Point staff did a great job in ensuring the event ran smoothly. The tour players received Awards for both the tournament and the end of year Points Championships. Dominic Lizarraga of Goose Creek, SC fired an 83 to take the Championship Flight top honor. Matt Metz from Summerville, SC finished second with David Kane of Charleston, SC in third place; both scored 84. David had the only birdie in the Champ Flight, which clearly indicates how tough the course played today. David finished tied for second place, but held on to the point’s title with Dom and Matt close behind. This has been a tight race all year. In the “A” Flight, Don Lloyd of Myrtle Beach, SC used three birdies to shoot 78; easily defeating Steve Walters of Summerville, SC and Tom Cloud of Hilton Head who shot 84 for second and third place respectively. Casey Collier of Charleston, SC finished sixth and held on to win the “A” Flight points title, with Adam Harmon of Charleston, SC in second and John Shores of Summerville, SC in third. Denny Miller of Charleston, SC prevailed over John Donat of Beaufort, SC in the “B” Flight. Denny shot an 83, with two birdies and John scored an 84. Jim Manning of Charleston, SC shot an 85 for third place. Champion and “B” Flight were the most highly contested flights of the day with the top three players finishing within three shots in both flights. Denny easily took the “B” Flight points Championship with Tim Sumption of Charleston, SC in second place. Mathew Gleaton of Goose Creek, SC who missed this tournament placed third. “C” Flight honors went to Scott Koth of Charleston, SC with a 92. Jason Brisini of Charleston, SC placed second with a 94 over David Shuart of Summerville, SC who shot a 95. Scott held on to the “C” Flight championship over Jason and David Steffens of Charleston, SC who had to miss this tournament. Doug Turnau of Charleston, SC took “D” Flight with a 92 over Cowboy of Charleston, SC who shot 96 for second place. Michael Miller of Summerville, SC held on to take third place. Doug easily won the “D” Flight points Championship with Cowboy in second place. Tommy Bryant of Charleston, SC who missed this tournament held on to receive the third place points trophy. Complete tournament results and final points standings can be found on the tour website at SEE YOU NEXT YEAR!
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