Post by Celtic Wolf on Feb 24, 2019 6:10:29 GMT -5
CC Wolf Pack Pro/Am Results
I'd like to congratulate Marc Van Niekerk on his triumph on the first Wolf Pack Pro/Am. He was unhindered by the fast greens on the last round and shot a round of -10 to finish -40. In joint 2nd place we have Paul Rainford and Ashton Fox who couldn't be separated in the last round and both shot -7 to finish -37. Two strokes behind on -35 and in 4th place is Hunter Butler with a final round of -5, then on -34 in 5th place is Pat O'Dell with a final round of -8. Shooting a final round of -4 following his 3 rounds of -9,-10 and -10 is Bill Owensby finished in 6th place on -33. One shot behind Bill is Chris Keenan -32 with an -7 final round, Then another 2 shots behind is the 8th placed Zach Eads who finished with a round of-8. Mark Ross takes 9th place who came home with a round of -5 to finish on -27. Completing the top 10 is Paul Bradford with a score of -26 despite of his -3 final round.
I'd like to thank you all for taking part in the competition. Unfortunately due to just finishing the Ryder Cup and planning the CC-A V CC-B Clash, I've not had much time to spend on this. I'm thinking of running another one in Week 25 and maybe base it on the promo event course. I'd like to get participants from every flight and maybe tweak the format to make it more engaging for the players.
(Makes his way out of the debris from 3rd & 4th round) yep thanks Pat.. really glad we have guys like you who organise these type of challenges.
Yeah I noticed your last 2 rounds weren't great, rounds like that happen sometimes. Competitions like this benefit us all because you get to know players from outside your flight and can give you something else to play for.
Appriecate the time and effort.. think this we tourny made me up my game ended up winning CC-F this week.
In to CC-E for me
Thanks again Keeno
That's great I noticed you were high up when I was doing the scores, seeing active forum members move up make the competitions worthwhile. There's a rivalry group going on in CC-E, it might be something to enquire about on the CC-E thread. The groups just give your rounds a wee bit of an edge and something to play for.