Bessette Putts For Birdie at Stoneybrook West
WINS AT STONEYBROOK WEST; KENNEY WINS FOR SECOND TIME IN
veteran John Bessette was the only player able to break par at
Stoneybrook West. He shot a solid round of 71 to top the Championship flight
by three strokes over Christian Vozza and Garrett
Morrison. It was the first win of the year for
Bessette. Chad Frank and Bill Shufelt
rounded out the top five with rounds of 76.
third week in a row--this time without a playoff, Rob Kempinski
(pictured) topped the Senior Championship flight. His round of
75 was good enough to edge past 2011 Player of the Year Steve Maddox
by a single stroke.
Brosman Wins in His First Event
time player Al Brosman claimed victory in A flight with
a very nice round of 75. He needed every putt as three players were right on
his heels; Mark Farrow, Tom Dillon and former Orlando player
Alex Sandor all posted 76's. Another stroke back was
Adam Wilson in 5th with 77.
Senior A flight, Jeff Bradshaw shot 78 to win top
honors. Jim Amneus and Robbie Robinson shot
79's to tie for second. Robinson won the match of
B flight went to Jim Kenney with a fine round of 79. It
was his second win of the season. Ernie Hallare was two
strokes back in second after an 81. New member Mike Ferretti,
continued his good play with an 84 to finish third. John Beckman
from the Columbia, SC tour was 4th on 85. First place in Senior B
flight went to Bill DeTorres. He shot 86 to beat
Bob Molsick by one.
Rakowski Moves Into First Place in Senior B
flight saw Don Welch fire a hot round of 83 to win top
honors by three strokes over Lorenzo Perez (86) and four over
Enrique Saez (87). Michael Moore took the
fourth prize with 89.
D flight went to Lawrence Blunk. He shot
89. Joshua Johnson shot 93 to finish
Next event is the Bob Mirus Memorial June 2-3 at Mission
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In Memory of Eric Baker
The Golfweek Amateur
Tour/Orlando mourns the loss of one of its brightest stars. Eric Baker died in
a traffic accident on February 10, 2012. The Tour leadership and every Orlando
Golfweek Amateur Tour member extends its sympathy to his father, Andy Baker and
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