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October 2, 2012

GLENMORE: Wiggins the club champ at MCC

RICHMOND — The Men’s Club Championship was conducted Sunday at the Madison Country Club.

Taking the checkered flag after a beautiful afternoon for golf was Selby Wiggins. Selby shot a one-under par, 71 to edge second-place Hubert Broaddus (73) by two shots.  

Derek Ward was third with a 74.

Congratulations, Selby.

 

Two flag tournament at MCC

Last Saturday at the Madison Country Club, 16 two-person teams teed it up in the annual Two Flag Tournament.

What is unique about this format is having two holes on each green to shoot at. It was an 18-hole tournament with the first nine holes best ball and the second nine a scramble.

Stepping into the winner’s circle in the three divisions were —Division A: First place — Ricky Terrill and Luke Wright with a score of 65 and second place — Hubert and Travis Broaddus with 67. B Division: First place — Jim and Bud Carr, 67 and second place — Chad Gordon and Brent Whittaker, 68.

C Division: First place — Mike Freer and Harvey Winters, 73 and second place — Rick O’Toule and Kenny Wilson, 76.  

The players all enjoyed this different format and had a fun day on the links.

Special thanks to Hubert Broaddus for the info.

 

EKU seventh at Cardinal Intercollegiate

Last Monday and Tuesday, the Colonels traveled to Simpsonville to participate in the Louisville Cardinals annual invitational tourney at the 7,036 yard Cardinal Club.  

There were 15 teams entered in the 54-hole event.

On Monday, EKU had back-to-back rounds of 292 and Tuesday shot a round of 298 for a total of 882. UofL captured the team title with a score of 858. Bowling Green was second, 867, Murray State was third, 868, Arkansas-Little Rock was fourth, 871, Austin Peay was fifth, 880, Furman was sixth, 881, and EKU was seventh, 882.

Stuart Witt and Garrett Hinton led EKU with 2-over par 218 for the three rounds.  Taylor Riggs had a 223, Zack Butler shot a 225 and Andrew Yeast finished at 234.

  Playing as an individual Daniel DeLuca had a 229.

The Colonels will be back in action on Oct. 8 and 9 at the Bearcat Invitational hosted by the University of Cincinnati at the Traditions Golf Club in Hebron.

Special thanks to Kevin Britton, assistant director of athletic public relations at EKU for the info.

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