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Promontory Dye Canyon Course Club House

Living the High Life at Promontory

In the mountains of Park City, under sunny blue skies, the fourth tournament of the season was an experience to remember.  The Promontory Dye Canyon Course lived up to its reputation delivering narrow, undulating fairways and elevation changes as it led players through the contours of the canyon. The award-winning club house also delivered on our lofty expectations with its incredible views and gastronomic delights.  The field of twenty-eight, which was the largest field of the season so far, included seven new members and two guests.  Ten of the players took home prizes.  The prizes included first place trophies, a $560 prize pool of Edwin Watts Golf gift certificates for 1st and 2nd place winners, $105 in cash prizes for the closest to the pin game, and $95 in cash prizes for the skins game.  The registration, score tallying, and prize presentation took place on the spectacular club house patio.  While relaxing in the beautiful outdoor accommodations after the round, many players enjoyed the opportunity to socialize with each other and order dinner and drinks off the menu from the five-star grill.  A pink and lavender sunset closed the event.

Tournament Details:
  • Championship Flight Winner:  Collin Townsend picked up his first win of the season with an 82. 
  • A Flight Winner:  New member James Gibb shot an 80 with three birdies to take the win by five strokes.  Cade Sargent was second at 85 in his first event on the tour. 
  • B Flight Winners:  Daniel Low bested the biggest field this season shooting an 81 and winning skins for his birdie on 16 and his closest to the pin tee shot on 13.  Steve Jones was second with an 87 and a skin for his birdie on 14. 
  • C Flight Winners:  The younger Gibb brother, John, had a three-stroke win with a 100 and a birdie on the third hole in his first event on the tour.  Ricky Roberts was second at 103 with a birdie on number eight. 
  • D Flight Winner:  Roger Keally fired an 89 for a two-stroke victory and wins for his birdie on 13 and his closest to the pin tee shot on 16.  Scott Wilson took second place with a 91. 
  • Skins Winners:  Roger KeallyDaniel LowScott BurnhamBruce CritchleySteve JonesRicky Roberts 
  • Closest to the Pin Winners:  Roger KeallyDaniel LowRicky Roberts

See more tournament photos here!

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