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Heatherwoode Results 07-14-2015

Results from Heatherwoode Golf Course on July 14th

Rain. Rain. Rain. Same story as last week. Pars and birdies were hard to come by today with soggy conditions from heavy rains the day before. Then on the back nine the heavy rains came and washed out the round into a 9 hole event. Only 2 birdies on the day. One from Jacob Pell, and one from Carolina Farahay. Kudos to Charlie Winkler for leading the pack by a mile with a front nine of 42 on five pars.  Kudos also to Haley Reedy. She has not finished better than 11th in any event to date, but she takes 2nd place today in our womens division. 


NOTE: Players were only able to complete 9 holes in this event due to a rainout. However, in order to score the event, the back nine mimicked the front nine with the same score, and same number of birdies and pars. This was done so that stats and player handicap were kept as consistent as possible.


Find full results of this event at Heatherwoode Results. You can also find detailed pages for every Tour player, Leader boards, Photo Albums and stats at http://www.cincygolftour.com

Check out our photos of this event on our website or Facebook.

Our next event will be at Weatherwax on July 15th.

 
MENS GOLD
Charlie Winkler (Talawanda) wins his third Tour event and crushes the competition with a score of 42 and included 5 pars. Charlie has now finished in the top three in all seven events he has entered. Daniel Stephen  (Milford) takes second carding a 46. Max Broxterman (Walnut Hills) makes his first trip to the podium this season and ties for 3rd with a 47. Ryan Wessinger (Sycamore) also gets another finish and his score of 47 is good for 3rd as well.


With his win today, Charlie Winkler may have put any competition out of reach. He now has 410 points which is almost double of our second place player. Zach Evans still holds 2nd but is far behind with 240 points. Daniel Stephen moves into 3rd with 220 points and Jacob Breth has 200. A few others are close by. Looks like only a battle for Tour Runner-Up in this division remains.



WOMENS GOLD
Julanna Zhang (Mason) get her first Tour win and beats our leaders on a score of 45 which included three pars. Always in the top five, Carolina Farahay (Springboro) ties for 2nd shooting 47 and carding one of only two birdies on the day. Haley Reedy (Bishop Fenwick) has her best score of the year and also ties for 3rd with a 47.


Although not playing today, Shelby Hoeppner still holds a very small lead with 1020 points. Molly McCudden has closed a big gap and now is only 10 points behind with 1010 points. Hannah Hautzinger also is 10 behind with 1000 ponts. Carolina Farahay holds 4th with 880 points. Wow, what a tight pack!

 

MENS SILVER
Elijah McCarty (West Union) wins for the second week in a row. Four events and four wins is very impressive. He cards a 45 today and wins by one stroke over Jacob Pell (West Union) who scores 46. Tyler Fowler is not far behind and takes 3rd with a score of 48.


Elijah McCarty holds his Tour lead in Mens SILVER but not by much. He has 210 points and is followed closely by Jacob Pell with 190 and Tyler Fowler with 170. Still too close to call with two events remaining. Any one of these three players can be named Tour Champion.

 

Two events remain on our 2015 Tour. Charlie appears to have Mens GOLD champion wrapped up. Womens GOLD is pretty much a 3-way tie down the stretch. Mens SILVER is also a tight race. Who can handle the pressure and become our Tour Champion?

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Thanks for all the work you put into this tour. I was very impressed and pleased with how it was conducted. Nice having all the stats on all the players on a timely basis. The championship at the end was much appreciated to give everyone a chance to win no matter what their playing level. Looking forward to playing it again next year! - Jackie Steele

Thanks for your excellent coordination and hard work in putting everything together! Even though the 1st event was rained out, the event was professionally run. - Mark Durbin

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