Moritz Tops Field at Indian River Preserve; Salik Wins B Flight Playoff Over Bettin
L-R: Jeff Moritz (Champ flight), Cory Walker (SrChamp flight), & Danny Hinkley (D flight)
It was an overcast spring day as 82 players challenged the Indian River Preserve course in Mims, FL. It was our second event of the season.
The Championship flight went to Jeff Moritz with 76. Cory Walker was second on 78. Walker's 78 was good for the Senior Championship flight victory--by one stroke over Chad Frank (79)
Ed Paterniti Won A flight
Doug Conklin Took Senior A flight
Ed Paterniti came in with 81 to take the A flight by 1 over two players who shot 82--Chad Miller and Kyle Clapper. Doug Conklin won the Senior A flight with 79. Paterniti was second.
L-R: Mike Salik (B flight), Joe Harris (C flight), Brad Bettin (SrB flight) & Terry Lawson (SrC flight)
In the B flight, Mike Salik took top honors after a one hole playoff with Brad Bettin. Both shot 85. Ray Alexander was second at 86.. Brad won in Senior B
Ths C flight went to tour veteran Joe Harris with 89. It was two better than Wayne Creese. Terry Lawson took the Seniior C flight with 88.
Danny Hinkley topped D flight with 94. Andy Maginnis was second at 104.
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