It was good to be back in action and though the larger holes created some great scoring, it allowed for safe play and social distancing.
They don’t call him Bryan the Bruce (above center) for nothing as he assaulted the Herbert Strong layout amassing 35 stableford points. Although claiming to have not played very much since the start of the year he was slashing that driving iron like the real Bruce wielded his sword on the battlefield.
On the team front, the duo of Beth and James Chambers captured first in the blind draw competition with plus 17. Thanks to host pro Michael Riso for setting up the days play and to the Clearwater staff who are always gracious hosts.
Our next event is May 17th in Lakeland at Cleveland Heights. Far and Sure.
|Clearwater Total Pts||Clearwater +/-|
|Bryan Bruce||35||Bryan Bruce||15|
|Mike Stevens||31||James Chambers||10|
|Robert Propper||28||Scott Bowles||7|
|James Chambers||26||Beth Chambers||7|
|Tom McCrary||25||Mike Stevens||6|
|Mike Riso||21||Ryan Bucher||5|
|Mike Tracy||20||Robert Propper||5|
|Scott Bowles||18||Mike Tracy||5|
|Beth Chambers||17||Steve Haigler||4|
|Ken Larson||16||Eric Rodts||3|
|Steve Haigler||16||Tom McCrary||2|
|Kirby Wilson||13||Gary Cahill||1|
|Ryan Bucher||10||Bill Wiard||-1|
|Jonathan Sones||9||Ken Larson||-1|
|Eric Rodts||9||John Koenig||-2|
|John Koenig||8||Kirby Wilson||-2|
|Gary Cahill||8||Mike Riso||-3|
|Bill Wiard||7||Jonathan Sones||-3|
|Richard Wilson||6||Richard Wilson||-8|