Participants Announced for the Golf to Paradise – First Tee Champions Challenge

Select veterans return to the challenge along with new hopefuls

NAPLES, Fla. – The Chubb Classic has invited young golfers from nine First Tee Chapters to participate in a three-day golf competition at the TwinEagles Club in Naples, Fla. during the Chubb Classic, February 9 – 14, 2016. On behalf of the Naples, Marco Island, Everglades Convention and Visitors Bureau, eighteen First Tee participants (two participants from each chapter) will travel to Naples from across the country to compete in the Golf to Paradise – First Tee Champions Challenge.

“I am really excited to have been chosen by The First Tee of Roanoke Valley to attend the Chubb Classic in Naples. Not only is it exciting to play with the PGA TOUR Champions players, but I also get to play with my best friend and teammate Kathryn Bowles” said Grace Huffman. “Naples, Florida is a beautiful place and much warmer than Lexington, Virginia in February!”

Each Chapter will represent one of the First Tee’s Nine Core Values at the Golf to Paradise – First Tee Champions Challenge; the Nine Core Values are honesty, integrity, sportsmanship, respect, confidence, responsibility, perseverance, courtesy and judgment.

“After being in The First Tee of Naples/Collier for nine years, learning more about golf skills and the 9 Core Values, I am very excited to share my community with other First Tee participants”, said Kelly Newbrough, a Junior at Barron Collier High School.

For full bio’s on each First Tee participant please go to www.chubbclassic.com and click the Golf to Paradise – First Tee Champions Challenge.

 

The First Tee of Naples/Collier

Kelly Newbrough                                                        Peter George

16 years old                                                                16 years old

Junior, Barron Collier High School                             Junior, Gulf Coast High School

 

The First Tee of Greater Philadelphia

Gabriella Anna Morganti                                             Kyle Spaulding Jr.

18 years old                                                                17 years old

Senior, Academy of Notre Dame                                Senior, Central High School

 

The First Tee of West Michigan

Andrew DeYoung                                                        Dominic Luciani

18 years old                                                                 14 years old

Senior, Kenowa Hills High School                               Freshman, East Grand Rapids High School

 

The First Tee of Chicago

Trevor Britton                                                              Abdel Raoul

16 years old                                                                 15 years old

Junior, Warren Township High School                        Freshman, Mount Carmel High School

 

The First Tee of Northwest Arkansas

Kendall Vermilion                                                       Ethan Loafman

17 years old                                                                 14 years old

Senior, Fayetteville High School                                  Freshman, Rogers High School

 

First Tee of Pittsburgh

Joseph Auth                                                                 Teddy Ritts

18 years old                                                                 15 years old

Senior, Pittsburgh Central Catholic High School          Sophomore, Woodland Hills High School

 

The First Tee of the Triangle

Ashley Kim                                                                 Clayson Good

16 years old                                                                 13 years old

Junior, Durham Academy                                            8th Grade, Githens Middle School

 

The First Tee of Roanoke Valley

Grace Huffman                                                           Kathryn Bowles

15 years old                                                                 17 years old

Sophomore, Rockbridge County High                         Senior, Rockbridge County High School

 

The First Tee of Atlanta

Najae Butler                                                                 Dario Ayala

16 years old                                                                 17 years old

Junior, Westlake High School                                      Senior, Alpharetta High School

The Chubb Classic will be hosted at TwinEagles Golf Club on February 9-15. This PGA TOUR Champions event has been held since 1988, and will feature 81 of the world’s best players battling for a $1.6 million purse.

For more information on tickets and events please visit www.chubbclassic.com or call the Tournament Office at 239.593.3900.

Fred Couples Joins the 2016 Chubb Classic Field

Chubb Classic field now includes each of the Top 30 PGA TOUR Champions Players

NAPLES, Fla. – Chubb Classic officials announced today that World Golf Hall of Fame member, Fred Couples, has committed to play in the 2016 Chubb Classic, a PGA TOUR Champions event being held February 9 – 14 at the TwinEagles Club. Couples was inducted into the World Golf Hall of Fame in 2013 and is the eighth World Golf Hall of Fame member confirmed in the field.

With the addition of Couples the tournament field will be one of the strongest in event history. The Chubb Classic field now includes 30 of the top 30 players from the 2015 PGA TOUR Champions money list. Couples is returning to the Chubb Classic for the first time since his 2010 victory at the event.

Couples, a former World No. 1 and one of the most popular golfers of his era, has won 57 professional tournaments in his career, most notably the 1992 Masters. In August 2011 he won his first senior major at the Senior Players Championship, and followed this up in July 2012 when he won the Senior British Open Championship.

Kids 17 and younger will receive free admission to the Chubb Classic when accompanied by a ticketed adult. The Chubb Classic also provides free general admission to all active and retired military personnel, with valid Military ID, and their families.

For more details or to purchase ticket packages and parking passes, please visit www.chubbclassic.com or call (239) 593-3900.

Chubb Classic Announces Notable Names in 2016 Preliminary Field

Chubb Classic Preliminary Field Brings 7 PGA TOUR Hall of Fame players to Naples

NAPLES, Fla. –Tournament officials announced the early commitments for the 29th Chubb Classic, which will be held at The TwinEagles Club in Naples, Fla. on February 9 – 14.  Early commitments to the Chubb Classic include defending Champion Lee Janzen and World Golf Hall of Fame members Tom Kite, Bernhard Langer (former two-time Champion), Sandy Lyle, Colin Montgomerie, Larry Nelson, Mark O’Meara and Curtis Strange. The final field list will be announced Friday, February 5th.

Highlights from the Chubb Classic preliminary field include, 61 former PGA TOUR winners with 355 career titles, 16 players have one or more major titles on the PGA TOUR. There are also, 47 players account for 231 wins on the PGA TOUR Champions and 18 of those have won majors on the TOUR.

Currently the Chubb Classic has 19 of the top 20 in final Charles Schwab Cup standings from 2015 committed, including: Bernhard Langer, Colin Montgomerie, Jeff Maggert, Billy Andrade, Joe Durant, Marco Dawson, Kevin Sutherland, Esteban Toledo, Michael Allen, Woody Austin, Kenny Perry, Scott Dunlap, Lee Janzen, Mark O’Meara, Paul Goydos, Jeff Sluman, Kirk Triplett, Duffy Waldorf, Tom Lehman.

Kids 17 and younger will receive free admission to the tournament when accompanied by a ticketed adult. The Chubb Classic also provides free general admission to all active and retired military personnel, with valid Military ID, and their families.

For more details on tickets packages and parking passes, or to purchase, please visit www.chubbclassic.com or call (239) 593-3900.

ACE Group Classic to Become Chubb Classic

Naples’ PGA TOUR Champions Event to be Renamed Following ACE’s Acquisition of Chubb

NAPLES, Fla. –Tournament officials announce that The ACE Group Classic, a PGA TOUR Champions event that has been in the Naples community for 29 years, will be rebranded to the Chubb Classic. This change reflects the acquisition of The Chubb Corporation by 17-year title sponsor ACE Limited, and its adoption of the Chubb name.  The Chubb Classic will be held February 9 – 14, 2016 at the TwinEagles Club in Naples, Fla.

“We are excited to support our title sponsor by following suit with a new tournament name and overall rebrand of the event,” said Tournament Director Matt Hilliker. “Becoming the Chubb Classic allows us to revamp our look within the Naples community and be the first event to showcase the new Chubb corporate brand. The name of the event is changing, but our commitment to delivering the highest quality event and fan experience will not waver.”

The corporate acquisition will only affect the name of the tournament and the rebrand. No ticket pricing, venue, additional events or other details in regards to the overall event will be changed.

The Chubb Classic returns to Naples February 9 – 14 and will feature 81 of the world’s best players battling for a $1.6 million purse. The tournament annually attracts a strong field from the top of the Money List and World Golf Hall of Fame members. Since 1988 the Chubb Classic has raised more than $3 million for charity. The official host charity of the tournament is The First Tee of Naples/Collier.

Tickets for the Chubb Classic can be purchased in advance at a discounted cost of $25 for a daily ticket and $50 for a weekly ticket. Upgraded tickets to The Talon Club are also available, giving ticketholders access to a shared hospitality suite on the 18th green with appetizers, beer and wine included. The Ultimate Golf Experience Book is also now available. This package provides access and discounted rates to 25 private courses throughout the SW Florida area. A full list of participating courses is available at chubbclassic.com. Parking passes are also available online or over the phone, $5 daily, $20 weekly.

Kids 17-and-younger will receive free admission to the tournament when accompanied by a ticketed adult. The Chubb Classic also provides free general admission to all active and retired military personnel and their families, with valid Military ID.

For more information on the Chubb Classic, to buy tickets or to get involved as a participating vendor, please visit chubbclassic.com or call the Tournament Office at (239) 593-3900.

About the New Chubb

Chubb is the world’s largest publicly traded property and casualty insurance company. With operations in 54 countries, Chubb provides commercial and personal property and casualty insurance, personal accident and supplemental health insurance, reinsurance and life insurance to a diverse group of clients. The company is distinguished by its extensive product and service offerings, broad distribution capabilities, exceptional financial strength, underwriting excellence, superior claims handling expertise and local operations globally.  Parent company Chubb Limited is listed on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE: CB) and is a component of the S&P 500 index.  Chubb maintains executive offices in Zurich, New York, London and other locations, and employs approximately 30,000 people worldwide. Additional information can be found at: new.chubb.com.

About PGA TOUR Champions
PGA TOUR Champions has the most recognizable and accomplished players in the game, with many of its 34 members in the World Golf Hall of Fame competing regularly in its events. It’s where Legends play. The Tour also counts numerous other major championship winners among its members. PGA TOUR Champions is a membership organization of professional golfers age 50 and older. Conceived in 1980 as the Senior PGA Tour, it started with just four events and purses totaling $475,000. PGA TOUR Champions primary purpose is to provide financial opportunities for its players, entertain and inspire its fans, deliver substantial value to its partners, create outlets for volunteers to give back, protect the integrity of the game and generate significant charitable and economic impact in communities in which it plays. Points earned in official Charles Schwab Cup events in 2015 determined Bernhard Langer as the Charles Schwab Cup champion. In 2016, the newly-introduced Charles Schwab Cup Playoffs will identify and recognize the Tour’s leading player. The Commissioner of the PGA TOUR is Tim Finchem. Greg McLaughlin is President of PGA TOUR Champions. The PGA TOUR’s website is pgatour.com, the No. 1 site in golf, and the organization is headquartered in Ponte Vedra Beach, Fla. Follow the PGA TOUR Champions at facebook.com/ChampionsTour and on Twitter @ChampionsTour.

About The TwinEagles Club

TwinEagles is conveniently located just 6 miles east of I-75 off Immokalee Road in Naples. Additional information on this premier community and club can be found at: www.twineagles.com.

About the Naples, Marco Island, Everglades CVB

Whether travelers are looking for a romantic escape or family getaway, Florida’s Paradise Coast – Naples, Marco Island and the western portion of the Everglades – has an array of vacation options year-round. With more than 30 miles of soft, white sand beaches, a thriving arts and culture scene, distinctive dining, great golf and the best of outdoor adventure, the Paradise Coast is truly a destination with it all. For more information about the Paradise Coast, call 800-688-3600 or visit www.ParadiseCoast.com. Follow the destination on Twitter @ParadiseCoast and on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/theparadisecoast

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BITE SW Florida Announces Participating Restaurants

The inaugural food festival will host some of the area’s top local restaurants at the two-day event

NAPLES, Fla. – Today, Chubb Classic officials announced the participation of 12 local restaurants and over 40 different craft beer choices at BITE SW Florida, a two-day food, beer, wine and spirits festival. BITE SW Florida will take place February 12 & February 13 in conjunction with the PGA TOUR Champions tournament held at the TwinEagles Club in Naples. A limited number of tickets are still available for both days of the event.

“BITE SW Florida will feature the best local and national restaurants, beers, wine and spirits all located within the SW Florida region,” said Chubb Classic Tournament Director Matt Hilliker. “Our unlimited sampling ticket allows us to showcase each participating restaurant and ensures that ticketholders can truly take a bite out of SW Florida.”

BITE SW Florida ticketholders can come out and watch the legends of the PGA TOUR Champions play at the Chubb Classic, then head to the TwinEagles Driving range to sample menu items prepared by some of Naples’ best local restaurants. The food items will be paired with samples of wine, craft beer and spirits, all taking place on the TwinEagles Club Driving Range. Below is a complete list of BITE SW Florida participants, to date.

Participating Restaurants & Spirits:

Blue Point Brewing Company

Boston Beer Garden

Casalvento Wine

David Frost Wine

Fire & Rice, Naples

Fish Crazy Restaurant and Fish Market

Goose Island Brewery

Hurricanes Grill & Wings

Inca’s Kitchen

Kona Brewing Company

Livernano Wine

New York Pizza & Pasta

Paradise Wines

Randy’s Fishmarket Restaurant

Seasons 52

Seminole Casino Hotel

Stevie Tomato’s Sports Page

Sweet Tomatoes

The Counter

Wicked Dolphin Rum

 

To become a vendor contact BITE SW Florida Coordinator Kyler O’Shea at Kyler.Oshea@octagon.com or the tournament office at (239) 593-3900 for more information.

 

General admission tickets to BITE SW Florida are $45 per day, which includes access to the event on the selected day and daily grounds access to the Chubb Classic on the selected day as well. For those who plan to attend the tournament or have already bought Chubb Classic tickets, a $20 upgraded ticket for access to BITE SW Florida can be purchased. Only a limited amount of tickets to BITE SW Florida will be available each day. To purchase tickets, please visit www.chubbclassic.com.

For more information about tickets to BITE SW Florida or to get involved as a participating restaurant or vendor, please visit www.chubbclassic.com or call the Tournament Office at (239) 593-3900.

 

Inaugural BITE SW Florida to be Held in Conjunction with ACE Group Classic

BITE

Tournament officials announce new food and beverage experience planned for 2016 event 

NAPLES, Fla. – Today, ACE Group Classic officials announced the addition of BITE SW Florida to the tournament’s festivities at The TwinEagles Club in Naples, February 9 – 14. BITE SW Florida is a two day food, beer, wine and spirits festival being held Friday, February 12 and Saturday, February 13 on the TwinEagles Driving Range. The inaugural festival will kick off each afternoon in conjunction with the PGA TOUR Champions tournament and include live music.

“We are excited to introduce this brand new event to Naples and SW Florida community, and to celebrate the best local restaurants, beer, wine and liquor this region has to offer,” said Tournament Director Matt Hilliker. “BITE SW Florida will be the ultimate experience for foodies, beer and wine lovers and everyone in between with a wide variety of options to satisfy any palate.”

BITE SW Florida ticketholders will be invited to sample menu items prepared by some of Naples’ best local restaurants including Seasons 52, Fire & Rice, The Counter, and Randy’s Fishmarket Restaurant. The food selections will be paired with wine, craft beer and spirits such as Cape Coral’s own Wicked Dolphin Rum distillery, all taking place on the TwinEagles Club Driving Range. For a complete list of participating restaurants and spirits, please visit www.acegroupclassic.com.

General admission tickets to BITE SW Florida are $45 per day, which includes access to the event on the selected day and daily grounds access to the ACE Group Classic on the selected day as well.  For those who plan to attend the tournament or have already bought ACE Group Classic tickets, a $20 upgraded ticket for access to BITE SW Florida can be purchased. Only a limited amount of tickets to BITE SW Florida will be available each day.

For more information on tickets to BITE SW Florida or to get involved as a participating vendor or restaurant, please click HERE or call the Tournament Office at (239) 593-3900.

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Golf to Paradise – First Tee Champions Challenge Returns

Challenge grows to nine chapters including the First Tee of Naples/Collier

NAPLES, Fla. – The ACE Group Classic seeks to engage young golfers by inviting several First Tee Chapters from throughout the country to participate in a three-day golf competition at the TwinEagles Club in Naples, Fla. during the ACE Group Classic, February 9 – 14, 2016. On behalf of the Naples, Marco Island, Convention and Visitors Bureau, 18 First Tee participants (two participants from nine different chapters) have been invited to participate in the Golf to Paradise – First Tee Champions Challenge.

“We are excited to expand the First Tee Champions Challenge in its second year to nine teams, representing the nine core values of The First Tee,” said Tournament Director Matt Hilliker. “With the help of the Naples, Marco Island, Everglades Convention and Visitors Bureau, we hope to continue growing the game of golf and instill the First Tee’s core values in youth across America and right here in the Naples community.”

The nine Chapters participating in the Challenge will be traveling from across the country from the following markets: The First Tee of Naples/Collier, The First Tee of Greater Philadelphia, The First Tee of Northwest Arkansas, The First Tee of Pittsburgh, The First Tee of the Triangle, The First Tee of Chicago, The First Tee of West Michigan, The First Tee of Greater New York and The First Tee of Roanoke Valley.

Teams will play nine holes each of the three days with a different format every day. On Friday, the groups will play in a scramble, followed by a modified alternate shot on Saturday, and finishing out the weekend playing a better ball format on Sunday. Total score upon completion of all three formats will determine our winners at this year’s First Tee Champions Challenge.

“We are very excited to once again sponsor the First Tee Champions Challenge as part of the ACE Group Classic. These young golfers are the future of the game of golf in the US and their skills and dedication to the game are a real inspiration to golfers of all ages,” Jack Wert, Executive Director, Marco Island, Everglades CVB.  “We heard wonderful comments from last year’s participants about the great tips and friendship they received from the pros met and played with. We wish all the First Tee participants great success in this year’s event.”

In 2015, Wade Schaller and Hanna Brauburger both 18, of Bentonville, Ark. representing First Tee of Northwest Arkansas, won a four-hole tournament to play Wednesday’s ACE Group Classic Official Pro-Am.

 

The ACE Group Classic will be hosted at TwinEagles Golf Club on February 9-15. This PGA TOUR Champions event has been held since 1988, and will feature 81 of the world’s best players battling for a $1.6 million purse.

 

For more information on tickets and events please visit www.theacegroupclassic.com or call the Tournament Office at 239.593.3900.

Golf to Paradise – First Tee Champions Challenge

Challenge grows to nine chapters including the First Tee of Naples/Collier

NAPLES, Fla. – The ACE Group Classic seeks to engage young golfers by inviting several First Tee Chapters from throughout the country to participate in a three-day golf competition at the TwinEagles Club in Naples, Fla. during the ACE Group Classic, February 9 – 14, 2016. On behalf of the Naples, Marco Island, Convention and Visitors Bureau, 18 First Tee participants (two participants from nine different chapters) have been invited to participate in the Golf to Paradise – First Tee Champions Challenge.

“We are excited to expand the First Tee Champions Challenge in its second year to nine teams, representing the nine core values of The First Tee,” said Tournament Director Matt Hilliker. “With the help of the Naples, Marco Island, Everglades Convention and Visitors Bureau, we hope to continue growing the game of golf and instill the First Tee’s core values in youth across America and right here in the Naples community.”

The nine Chapters participating in the Challenge will be traveling from across the country from the following markets: The First Tee of Naples/Collier, The First Tee of Greater Philadelphia, The First Tee of Northwest Arkansas, The First Tee of Pittsburgh, The First Tee of the Triangle, The First Tee of Chicago, The First Tee of West Michigan, The First Tee of Greater New York and The First Tee of Roanoke Valley.

Teams will play nine holes each of the three days with a different format every day. On Friday, the groups will play in a scramble, followed by a modified alternate shot on Saturday, and finishing out the weekend playing a better ball format on Sunday. Total score upon completion of all three formats will determine our winners at this year’s First Tee Champions Challenge.

“We are very excited to once again sponsor the First Tee Champions Challenge as part of the ACE Group Classic. These young golfers are the future of the game of golf in the US and their skills and dedication to the game are a real inspiration to golfers of all ages,” Jack Wert, Executive Director, Marco Island, Everglades CVB.  “We heard wonderful comments from last year’s participants about the great tips and friendship they received from the pros met and played with. We wish all the First Tee participants great success in this year’s event.”

In 2015, Wade Schaller and Hanna Brauburger both 18, of Bentonville, Ark. representing First Tee of Northwest Arkansas, won a four-hole tournament to play Wednesday’s ACE Group Classic Official Pro-Am.

The ACE Group Classic will be hosted at TwinEagles Golf Club on February 9-15. This PGA TOUR Champions event has been held since 1988, and will feature 81 of the world’s best players battling for a $1.6 million purse.

 

For more information on tickets and events please visit www.theacegroupclassic.com or call the Tournament Office at 239.593.3900.

Lee Janzen Wins 2015 ACE Group Classic!

Lee Janzen made a clutch 8-foot birdie on the 54th hole to tie Bart Bryant and then took advantage of a miscue by Bryant on the first playoff hole to win the ACE Group Classic. Bryant had posted a 16-under-par score of 200 and led Janzen by one stroke as Janzen headed to No. 18. After hitting his 9-iron from 140 yards to eight feet he drained his putt to force a playoff. After each hit their drives in the playoff, Bryant’s second hit railroad ties in front of 18 and caromed into the water opening the door for Janzen. Janzen then hit his 7-iron to 40 feet and two putted for the win.

With his victory, Lee Janzen wins a Tour event for the first time since the 1998 U.S. Open at The Olympic Club, a span of 16 years, 7 months, 25 days. This was his 413th start since his victory and that includes all three Tours.

His victory also earns him a berth in the Mitsubishi Electric Championship at Hualalai for the next two years as well as 240 Charles Schwab Cup points and the $240,000 first prize.

Janzen has won in Naples previously. He teamed with Rocco Mediate, a teammate at Florida Southern, to win the 2002 Franklin Templeton Shootout which was held at Tiburon Golf Club.

This was Janzen’s eighth start on the Champions Tour and he wins the event at age 50 years, 5 months, 18 days. His previous best finish was a T6 at last year’s Nature Valley First Tee Open at Pebble Beach.

By winning on Sunday, Lee Janzen kept an impressive streak alive. The winner of The ACE Group Classic has now come out of the final grouping in each of the last 15 years. The last time it didn’t happen was in 2000 when Lanny Wadkins needed a final-round 64 to rally from three strokes back and eventually triumphed in a playoff.

Lee Janzen becomes the 12th player to have won The ACE Group Classic in his first attempt. He joins Gary Player (1988), Lee Trevino (1990), Hale Irwin (1997), Allen Doyle (1999), Lanny Wadkins (2000), Craig Stadler (2004), Mark James (2005), Loren Roberts (2006), Fred Couples (2010), Kenny Perry (2012) and Kirk Triplett (2014).

Janzen is also the fourth player to win his first Champions Tour title in Naples: Allen Doyle (1999), Lanny Wadkins (2000) and Fred Couples (2010) are the others.

Bart Bryant tied the tournament-course record when he finished with a 10-under-par 62 on Sunday. Larry Mize set the mark in 2012 and it was later matched by Kenny Perry and Bernhard Langer. Bryant’s 62 matched his career low on the Champions Tour. He originally posted a 62 at the 2013 Dick’s Sporting Goods Open and he later matched it at the 2014 Shaw Charity Classic.

Bart Bryant made an eagle on the par-4 opening hole, sinking a 9-iron from 148 yards.

Greg Kraft enjoyed a nice finish in his Champions Tour debut. Kraft, who open qualified earlier in the week, closed with a 4-under-par 68 to finish T18.

Bernhard Langer, who was T5 after two rounds, withdrew prior to the start of Sunday’s final round due to a family matter.

Colin Montgomerie bid to go wire-to-wire in this event ended when he finished with an even-par 72 and dropped to fifth place.

Gene Sauers has now posted 17 consecutive rounds par/better dating back to the 2014 season. He shot a 1-under-par 71 on Sunday.

The most difficult hole on Saturday was No. 2 with an average score of 3.300 (+.300). There were just two birdies – Jose Coceres and Grant Waite.

With his T10 finish Tom Byrum earned a berth in the upcoming Tucson Conquistadores Classic for a player not otherwise exempt.

There were 22 rounds in the 60s and 46 players finished below par on Sunday and the field averaged 71.893 for the event. A year ago the average was  71.738.

Final Results:

1 Bart Bryant -16 70 68 62 200

Lee Janzen -16 68 65 67 200

3 Esteban Toledo -14 69 67 66 202

4 Scott Dunlap -13 69 67 67 203

5 Colin Montgomerie -12 66 66 72 204

6 Kevin Sutherland -11 72 67 66 205

7 Marco Dawson -9 69 71 67 207

Olin Browne -9 71 66 70 207

9 Michael Allen -8 69 70 69 208

10 Jeff Sluman -7 73 69 67 209

Tom Byrum -7 74 67 68 209

Paul Goydos -7 69 70 70 209

Jeff Maggert -7 72 65 72 209

14 Tom Pernice Jr. -6 75 67 68 210

Brad Bryant -6 71 69 70 210

16 Roger Chapman -5 75 66 70 211

Sandy Lyle -5 70 70 71 211

18 Greg Kraft -4 71 73 68 212

Jose Coceres -4 70 73 69 212

Jerry Smith -4 71 72 69 212

Rocco Mediate -4 72 70 70 212

John Cook -4 72 69 71 212

Tommy Armour III -4 67 72 73 212

Stephen Ames -4 71 67 74 212

25 Brian Henninger -3 70 74 69 213

Fuzzy Zoeller -3 71 72 70 213

Rod Spittle -3 71 71 71 213

Jay Haas -3 73 68 72 213

29 Jeff Hart -2 71 73 70 214

Frank Esposito -2 73 70 71 214

Gene Sauers -2 72 71 71 214

Larry Mize -2 76 72 66 214

Duffy Waldorf -2 73 68 73 214

Kirk Triplett -2 68 72 74 214

Gary Koch -2 72 67 75 214

36 Gil Morgan -1 74 71 70 215

Joey Sindelar -1 73 73 69 215

Mark O’Meara -1 71 72 72 215

Mike Goodes -1 71 75 69 215

Mark Brooks -1 72 70 73 215

Wayne Levi -1 74 68 73 215

David Frost -1 71 70 74 215

43 Bob Tway E 71 75 70 216

Jay Don Blake E 74 73 69 216

45 Dan Forsman +1 70 75 72 217

John Riegger +1 71 75 71 217

Chien Soon Lu +1 73 70 74 217

Corey Pavin +1 74 73 70 217

Scott Hoch +1 73 69 75 217

Sonny Skinner +1 77 71 69 217

51 Wes Short, Jr. +2 69 76 73 218

Gary Hallberg +2 74 72 72 218

Billy Andrade +2 73 74 71 218

Bob Friend +2 76 71 71 218

Steve Pate +2 78 70 70 218

56 Bob Gilder +3 71 73 75 219

Bobby Wadkins +3 69 75 75 219

Blaine McCallister +3 75 72 72 219

John Huston +3 73 75 71 219

John Harris +3 73 76 70 219

Loren Roberts +3 73 78 68 219

Jim Rutledge +3 77 74 68 219

63 Jeff Coston +4 73 72 75 220

Mark Wiebe +4 76 72 72 220

65 David Eger +5 75 73 73 221

Steve Lowery +5 81 69 71 221

67 Bill Glasson +6 76 71 75 222

Peter Senior +6 76 72 74 222

Dana Quigley +6 78 73 71 222

70 Russ Cochran +7 74 76 73 223

71 Peter Jacobsen +8 77 73 74 224

Hale Irwin +8 76 77 71 224

73 Craig Thomas +9 78 74 73 225

Curtis Strange +9 76 77 72 225

Tom Purtzer +9 73 83 69 225

76 Brad Faxon +11 74 75 78 227

77 Nolan Henke +15 80 77 74 231

78 Hal Sutton +16 80 75 77 232

79 Ben Crenshaw +17 78 78 77 233

80 Grant Waite +18 78 82 74 234

WD Bernhard Langer -7 71 66 137

 

Wednesday Pro-Am Results

WEDNESDAY, February 11 – See Full Results Below 

AM – 7:45am Shotgun

1st Place (51)– Sonny Skinner: Hanna Brauberger (1st Tee), Wade Schaller (1st Tee), Eric Famiglietti (SAS Championship Sweepstakes), Crystal Russ (SAS Championship Sweepstakes)

2nd Place (51)– Jeff Hart: Ernie Schaub, George Mason, Curt Edwards, Bob Fauls

3rd Place (52)– Mike Goodes: Kelly Kinsella, Tim Bucci, Michael Horbath, Dwayne Trawer

Closest to the pin (#2): Stuart Cochrane

Long Drive (Men): Bruce Pecard

Long Drive (Women): Hannah Brauberger

 

PM – 1:00pm Shotgun

1st Place (51)– Estaban Toledo: Casey Weidenmiller, Robert Weidenmiller, Wes Weidenmiller, Rich Yovanovich

 2nd Place (53)– Greg Kraft: Jim Lamb, David Reading, Mike Stephens, Erich Tines

3rd Place (53)– Bobby Wadkins: Joe Casey, Bob Roth, Brian Duffy,Ted Doolittle

Closest to the pin (#2): Dan McDonald

Long Drive (Men): Ted Doolittle

Long Drive (Women): Brenda Austinfeld

 

 

Morning Pro-Am
Professional Score First Name Last Name
Rocco Mediate 57 Alison Towlson
Mark Ryan
Ronald Rispoli
Gary Cooney
Peter Senior 59 Dwayne Hunt
Michael Lusk
John Gorte
James Lusk
Rod Spittle 62 Philippe Bacon
Timothy McAlindin
Kelly Pikor
Jamie Powell
Tommy Armour III 55 Matt Merna
Tom O’Chuida
John Bickel
Mike Elich
Jay Don Blake 55 John Alfieri
Tim Bunt
Mark Rusas
David Karr
Bill Glasson 58 Joe Connelly
Theo Guidry
Rick West
Robert Wolfe
Wayne Levi 56 Scott Meyer
Steve Pincus
Devin Beresheim
Paul Sparks
Mike Goodes 52 Kelley Kinsella
Tim Bucci
Michael Horvath
Duane Trower
Jose Coceres 63 Rob Poliseno
Thomas Cappellett
John Lafferty
Derek Jackson
Bob Friend 56 Steve Haney
Rich Moore
Rob McDonough
Tom Lenihan
Craig Thomas 59 David Patterson
Joseph Clabby
Michael Warren
James Traikovich
Roger Chapman 59 Brian Witzmann
Mitchell Schmidt
Troy Mulder
Lawrence Parks
Tom Purtzer 56 Ross Bertossi
Mike Andersen
Kent Teeters
Tony Tam
Hal Sutton 57 Chris Maleno
Thomas Kim
Brian Mullen
Andres Llop
Gary Koch 61 Rick Dudley
Bob Parr
Shel Johnson
Gary Chensoff
Larry Mize 52 Rusty Shriner
Joe Fisch
Rick Fahey
Beau Ogden
Gary Hallberg 57 Adam Piatt
Trey Ward
Rusty Whitley
Rick Johnston
Mark Wiebe 56 Charles Brooks
Pat Markowski
Joe Ianuzzi
Keith Schlosser
Brad Bryant 54 Frank Murray
Ed Zaccaria
Bill Hazelton
Michael Costonis
Steve Lowery 55 Jon Jay
Rick Rainville
Michael Saadeh
Keith Otto
John Harris 59 Sam Homsy
David Fitzwater
Galen Mantell
Matt Beer
Corey Pavin 60 Jeff Kleiber
Cora Klena
Derrick Ayres
Rocky Patel
Sonny Skinner 51 Hanna Brauburger
Wade Schaller
Eric Famiglietti
Crystal Russ
John Riegger 52 Jim Martin
Stuart Cochrane
Iain Mossman
Bruce Pecaro
Steve Pate 55 Lee Friedel
Michael Axelrod
Stu Kaufman
Dennis Beran
Bob Tway 56 Mark Vroman
Kyle Land
David Lee
Walt Jeffress
Fuzzy Zoeller 59 Bill Barker
Bob Brunjes
Irwin Novack
Tom Wilkinson
Jeff Hart 51 Ernie Schaub
George Mason
Kurt Edwards
Bob Fauls
Afternoon Pro-Am
Professional Score First Name Last Name
Peter Jacobsen 56 Brian Dowd
Stephen Truono
Stephen Baney
Michael O’Halleran
Lee Janzen 57 John Keogh
John Fletcher
Ken Gould
Jim Bennett
Joey Sindelar 60 John Lupica
Henrik Slipsager
Ron McGee
Mike Sorge
Bob Gilder 59 Larry Lombardo
Joe Rego
George Turner
Charles Scott
Dan Forsman 55 Tim Rau
Don McLaughlin
John Drew
John Mayfield
Bart Bryant 60 Jim Shevlin
Gretchen Van Parys
Raymond Alletto
Bruce Jones
Grant Waite 57 Bill Garrigan
John Jennings
Joel Cavaness
James Drinkwater
Loren Roberts 53 Bruce Kessler
Steve DeCarlo
Matt Nichols
Tim Turner
Blane McCallister 56 Jeff Lang
Ken Koreyva
Stephen Moors
Charles Baxter
Gil Morgan 60 Joe Vasquez
Terry Mayotte
Eric Stieritz
Danny Pack
John Huston 54 Dean Andrighetto
Jim Conroy
Bob Greenebaum
Dan McDonnell
Bobby Wadkins 53 Joe Casey
Rob Roth
Brian Duffy
Ted Doolittle
Frank Esposito 55 Derek Talbott
Frank Lattal
David Finnis
Duncan Ellis
Jeff Coston 61 Bob Meyer
Edward Magliaro
Brenda Austenfeld
Hugh Mooney
Jerry Smith 58 Jim Norman
Joseph Messina
Alex Wells
Maureen Caviston
Brad Faxon 56 Gina Lupica
Jan Lyon
Linda Tucker
Bob Lupica
Tom Byrum 53 Alan Heuer
Jack Collage
Don Boudreau
Louis Sfreddo
Dana Quigley 53 Andy Bush
Rich Pehlke
Tom Schoewe
Matt Stephens
Mark Brooks 56 Mark DeVoe
Bob Florio
Pete Weidner
Tom Guthrie
Nolan Henke 57 Tom Hutchinson
Ed Gilligan
Greg McDuffie
Leo Maurusi
Esteban Toledo 51 Casey Weidenmiller
Robert Weidenmiller
Wes Weidenmiller
Rich Yovanovich
Stephen Ames 57 Matt Massei
Larry Conner
Jim Davis
Jim Goodnight
Kevin Sutherland 57 Gunther Reese
Dan Light
Alan Gerstein
David Chrystian
Greg Kraft 53 Jim Lamb
David Reading
Mike Stephens
Erich Tines
Scott Hoch 55 Greg Rubel
Denis Brady
John Briggs
John Head
David Eger 59 Gary Buffington
Kevin Knapp
Jeff Savage
Ryan Longo
Paul Goydos 60 Tad Wise
Steve Knight
Craig Stevens
David Lange
Jim Rutledge 56 Dave McDonough
Paul Greenberg
Chris Chocola
Kevin Birck