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Golfweek Amateur Tour – Salt Lake headed east to the Heber Valley on Saturday, June 8th with a tour stop at Crater Springs GC presented by Intermountain Mortgage Co.  Cooler June temperatures greeted players for a 10am tee time, but quickly warmed to a very pleasant round.

In Champ Flight, Daniel Meaders went uncontested, shooting a round of 77 (+5) and added 450 points towards his lead for the season-long Tour Championship, as the season nears the halfway point.

In A Flight, Jeff Clifford won his first ever event on tour, posting an 80 and nipping Colby McDonald by a stroke.  Clifford also leads the season standings for A-Flight heading into Hubbard at Hill AFB.

It was a runaway in B-Flight for Tom Eveland as he collects his second trophy of the 2019 season.  Eveland charged out of the gates, posting an impressive +2 on the front 9 and enjoyed a 5 shot lead over Michael Hollan before the rest of his competitors could catch their breath.  Eveland would finish at 80, 9 shots better than newcomer Dennis McGraw, who took 2nd place in his first ever event on tour.  With the win, Eveland added 450 points to his season total, leaping Shawn Larsen and taking over the lead for the Tour Championship.

C Flight was super competitive as 5 golfers were within a shot of the lead with just a couple of holes to play.  Emerging from the pack to win his first event on tour was Brian Harris and his 87 (+15).  Luke Barritt finished in 2nd place at +16.  Chad Davies & Mark Amann tied for 3rd place, two shots back.   

Michael Collins won his first event of the season, taking home the D-Flight trophy for his very impressive 92 on a difficult and tight golf course.  Mani Kottaichamy and David North tied for 2nd, two shots back with their 94.  In a scorecard playoff for second place prize money, Kottaichamy’s 44 nipped North’s 45 on the first tiebreaker (back 9). 

In the "Par 3 Partner” contest, golfers blind drew a partner and added their cumulative scores together for all of the Par 3’s on the course.  Daniel Meaders (11) and Michael Gatrell (12) won with a team score of 23 and took home $260 in Crater Springs Pro Shop credit, courtesy of event sponsor, Intermountain Mortgage Co.  Honorable mention goes to Jeff Clifford (11) and Adam Park (15), who were three shots off the winning pace.

Closest to the Pin contests were won by Michael Gatrell on both holes on the front 9 (2 & 8).  Hole #12 was won by Jeff Clifford and Hole #14 went to Shiv Subramaniam. 

Skins were few and far between this weekend and no Super Skins were won by the entire field.  Champ/A/B Skins winners were Colby McDonald & Michael Hollan.  C/D Skins winners were Shiv Subramaniam x 2, Potter Clark, & Chad Davies.  The $105 pot for super skins will roll over to the Hubbard tournament on June 22.

Congratulations to all our champions and various winners.  For the next event, the tour will gain exclusive access to the Hubbard GC on the grounds of Hill Air Force Base.  Always a fun event amongst the roars of fighter jets overhead, we will have to close registration earlier than usual to ensure our players gain clearance to enter the property.  Registration will end Friday, June 14th.  Defending Champions from the 2018 event are Jay DeJesus (A), Matt Stevenson (B), Mark Amann (C), and Ricky Roberts (D). 






   
   
 
  
 




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