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Sunday, March 26, 2017
Cross Creek Highlights
By Jimbomatic @ 3:31 PM :: 511 Views :: 0 Comments :: Article Rating
 
Cross Creek won this battle.  No one could shoot under par net today.    Cliff Adams, Mark Hardin & Mike Santuci each got their first closest to the pin on the year  Ray Coats wins long putt and is tied for the most on the year with 2 now.   Javier Chavez wins his first long drive of the year.   Bob Lindner takes the lead and wins his 3rd long drive for the seniors  Fermin Andres & Mike Santuci get a gross birdie each and join Mansfield on top of the gross bird list for the year with 4. Duke Forbes birdies the # 1 handicap hole and double dips to win a gross and net skin and now leads the men’s club in net skins for the year with 5  Jaime Lockhart wins his first low putts on the year with 27 today, beating Grant Clarke by 1 and Mark Hardin by 3.   Jaime also got a rare gross skin with a “par” on # 11.  Cliff Adams and Fermin Andres had their birds also hold up for a gross skin.
Birch Hills Cup PointsJamie Lockhart shot the low net of the day +2 (73) and receives 15 points to move up to 17th place.  Ray Coats remains in first with Mike Santuci close behind in 2nd.
SCGA away net rankings-  Mike Santuci remains on Top.   You must have a minimum of 3 away tournament played to qualify for the playoffs.   Mile Square & Arizona are the last 2 before playoff start.
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