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Myrtle Beach Masters: Barefoot Resort – Love Course – Dye Course

The Myrtle Beach–Wilmington Golf Week tour headed to North Myrtle Beach to Barefoot Resort to play its annual two day Masters event.  On Saturday the Love Course proved to be a great test of golf, and was in spectacular condition.  The Champ flight saw Phil Pfeiffer and Jeff Emory separate themselves from the pack throughout the day.  Both players were having very solid rounds, however Pfeiffer handled the afternoon showers better than anyone in the field, finishing with 2 birdies on his last four holes to turn in a very impressive even par 72 and to take a 3 shot lead after round one.  Day two saw Emory start off with a bang, hitting his approach shot to roughly a foot on the first hole, making birdie, and setting the tone for himself to make 4 birdies on the day and secure a two shot victory.    The A flight saw Adam Finlay fire an impressive opening round of 75 to pace a four stroke lead over Fred Dixon of Charleston.  Dixon would make a run on day 2, but Finlay would hold off any doubt with a birdie on his 17th hole to secure a one shot victory.  The B flight leaderboard was a tight race after day 1.  Jeff Rosier fired an opening round of 81, and led Randy Tame of Charleston by one and Dino Pappas by two.  Day two however belonged to Tame, who was able to “tame” the par fives at the Dye Club.  Tame would birdie two of the par fives including number 16 down the stretch on his way to shooting an outstanding 76 and taking home a 2 shot victory.   Rosier would post a solid 79 of his own to claim second place in the flight.  The C flight witnessed Patrick Ramsey open the tournament with a flight low 89, leading Bradley Bressler by 3 shots, Bart Cragen by 4 and Myrtle Beach’s favorite comedian Cotter Douglas by 5.  Ramsey again would stay consistent at the Dye Club on Sunday, firing another solid round of 90, however the stage and the day belonged to Douglas.   Douglas managed the tough layout by shooting a flight low 82 on his way to a 3 shot victory.  The D flight saw Paul Sharples (91) and Vince Thompson (95) separate themselves from the field on day one.   Sharples would use his four shot lead to pace him on Sunday to hold off a very solid Thompson by 3 and Shelly Roberts (92) at days end.  The players could not have asked for better venue for the Masters Event than the Love and Dye courses at Barefoot.  Both were in great shape and offered a great test.  The next tour stop will be at another great layout:  Kings North at Myrtle Beach National on May 27th.  Sign up early as this course has been a popular host site in the past and has been the scene for some dramatic finishes.


 
 

 

 

 

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