Scores are up, click here to see them.
A big thanks to the New Albany-Floyd County Parks Department and the Lang family for all the support and help they've so generously given us. I also want to thank the maintenance crew, as well as the many, many volunteers who worked on the course and helped make it look so very good and shape it into what it is today; there's no way we could have done it without you.
Thank you to our sponsors, My Old Kentucky Homebrew, Innova & Paragon.
This tournament ran nice and smooth thanks to much help from Judge and Martin, I don't think I could run a tournament without those guys.
Congrats to Brad Schick and Pete Caldwell for winning Open and Masters 2 years in a row!
I noticed a few locals who shot well over their ratings. Nice shooting guys!
If I overlooked anyone add them to the list.
Cortney Caldwell - 105 & 37 points over her rating
Jason Woogs - 99 & 56 points over his rating
Brian Sanford - 90 & 36 points over his rating
Daniel Allgeier - 73 & 38 points over his rating
Brian Schmeltz - 60 points over his rating
Judge Belvins - 48 & 28 points over his rating
Charles Gwinn - 44 & 42 points over his rating
The new course record is 52, shot twice by Brad Schick and once by Paul Oman.
I am hoping in the official update the ratings go up a bit as the course is certainly playing 1.5 - 2 strokes harder then last year.
Great shooting everyone - Play Seviren it will improve all aspects of your game
I kind of thought they seemed low myself. I want my 1000 rated round. Haha
Originally Posted by martin
There were quite a few players who shot well above their ratings and others who shot well below. I believe we'll see a difference at the Masters since there will be a larger field. And while we did make it harder on three holes, the telephone company made hole 9 easier by widening that tunnel. That said, I also believe the SSA should be more like 56. We'll see if there's any change when the ratings become official.