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Please note that we can no longer offer the US Handicap subscription as part of our membership kit.
The USGA has discontinued the direct licensing program and effectively immediately, all handicap accounts must be obtained exclusively through local state golf associations.

If you have a current US Handicap subscription from the 2021 season, your account may remain active until your current subscription expires. Once expired, you will then be able to contact your state golf association and provide them with your USHandicap Number to get your account renewed. Our understanding is that you will not lose any of your scoring history.

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2022 The Falls Tournament Highlights
The Falls Tournament Highlights

First off, I wanted to thank everyone who came out for the second tournament of the year at The Falls Golf Club. The weather was beautiful, and players took advantage and were scoring well.



Champion Flight Winner - Chris Pestka

 

Second year player, Chris Pestka, came in fresh off the airplane and went straight to the course looking for a battle in the champ flight.  Chris carded seven pars and a birdie on the front side to shoot a 36 and take a three-stroke lead to the back. On the back side, Chris had three birdies coming down the stretch, shooting a -1, 70 to win his 4th career tournament on the tour. New young gunner, Blake Heimburger, poured in four birdies on the day and shot a solid 73. Great job today, Chris, shooting under par is some seriously good golf. You are the man.

 

A Flight Winner – Steve Mccauley

 

Steve Mccauley had himself a day today. On the front side, Steve had six pars and one birdie on the 9th to give him a dominating five-stroke lead at the turn. He started the back paring the first seven holes and finished the par five 18th with a par as well. With a monster 10 stroke lead, he secured his second win in a row to start his season and career victory four on the tour. New player to the tour, Tom Estopare, made his tour debut shooting a solid 84, finishing 2nd in the A flight. Way to smash the competition today, Steve. Heck of a victory and congrats on the winning the free raffle that included the cart cooler and box of Bridgestones.

 

B Flight Winner – JC Coleman

JC Coleman won this tournament last year and was out to repeat. JC had three pars on the front side and had two birdies to take a two-stroke lead onto the back. JC then heated up on the back paring seven of his next nine holes to shoot an awesome 77 and edge out Phil Sherer by three strokes. Phil came out looking to win his 4th tournament in a row, dating back to last season but just came up short, shooting a solid 80. Also, wanted to say a congrats to JC Coleman on getting promoted to the A flight. How cool is that that you and Sam Burns went back-to-back on the same day.

 

C Flight Winner – Rei Nakamura

Rei Nakamura, playing in his first ever Golfweek event, came out blazing until he ran into a triple on six, and finished with a 46 on the front, two strokes off the lead. On the back side, Rei got down to business, carding two birdies to shoot an exceptional 40 on the back with a total of 86 to edge Scott Nishimura by three strokes, winning his first tournament. Scott Nishimura had a birdie and an eagle today and got hot on the back side, shooting a 40 also but was too little, too late. Scott had a solid round, finishing with an 89. Congrats, Rei on winning the first tournament you’ve ever participated in with Golfweek. Heck of a start!

 

D Flight Winner – Greg Cobourn

We had a good one in the D flight today. Greg Cobourn came out and set the tone, shooting a solid 45 on the front to take a four-stroke lead. On the back side, it got interesting coming down the stretch with Les Mays on his tail. Greg finished it off by going par, bogey, par, shooting a 92 to win his 14th career amateur event. Les Mays coming out of a 14-year drought from golf, came out and finished just three strokes off the lead. Great effort, Les. Glad to see you back out here again. Congratulations to Greg on locking down the win.

 

Posted: 3/21/2022 7:57:55 PM