Caleb Loudin, Tom Swartz, Radek Klauda, Larry Penfield, and Matt Roach all win at the IceBreaker Regional hosted at Robert Trent Jones & Harbour Town Golf Links!
Head Island, SC – This year’s IceBreaker Regional was
played in Palmetto Dunes Plantation (Robert Trent Jones) and Sea Pines Resort
(Harbour Town Golf Links). In the 18th year this regional tournament
this was the largest field ever with 128 players from over 24 different tour
cities across the country. This marks the kick off to the 27th anniversary
of the Golfweek Amateur Tour!
the Championship Flight, Caleb Loudin from the Charleston Tour
led wire to wire for the victory with 73-77-150. Jamie Manning from the Hilton
Head/Savannah Tour played well and finished in solo second with 75-78-153.
Jim Aughtry (Charlotte) and
Wes Strader (Eastern NC) finished in
tied third at two day totals of 150. James Emerson (Hilton Head/Savannah)
rounded out the top five scores at 155.
the A Flight, Tom Swartz of the Charlotte tour won by three
shots with rounds of 82-83-165. Lee Dixon (Charleston), Sean
Kenneck (Charleston) and Travis Wireman (Charlotte) all finished tied in second
place with two day totals of 168 . Marc Janse Van Rensburg (Charlotte) finished in solo fifth place at
the B Flight, Radek Klauda (Hilton Head/Savannah) won by four
shots for the victory at 81-80-161. Terry Dunn (Atlanta)
finished second at 165 followed by Daniel
Maxwell (Charlotte) third at 166. Randy Ward (Michigan
West) and Justin Gainey (Myrtle
Beach/Wilmington) both tied fourth at 172.
the C Flight, Larry Penfield (Charleston) wins with a 172 two day total for the victory.
Ray Clark (Hilton Head/Savannah) was
second at 179 followed by Jerry Lorenz
(Jacksonville) third place with 182. Ronnie Henderson (Jacksonville)
finished in fourth place at 184 followed by Scott Allen (Dallas Fort Worth) who finished fifth with 187.
the D Flight, Matt Roach (Columbia) won by one shot with 195. David
Schmidt (Augusta), Dan Pierce
(Tidewater) and John Davis
(Myrtle Beach/Wilmington) all tied in second place with two day totals of 196. Jack
Moose (Central Carolina), Brandon Manning (Tidewater) and Bob
Lloyd (Augusta) all tied fifth place with 198.
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