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Alicia Weber Wins the $10,000.00 Prize in the NIT Tournament at Juliette Falls.
Alicia Weber, Novi, Mich. amazed a strong field with scores of 72-73, Net 137 for a four stroke victory. She closed it out with four birdies on Sunday to become the first female to win on the IGTA Tour. Second place was Tristan Seitz, Ocala, Fla. with a 140.5 for $5,000.00. Third was a tie between Mike Yaeger, Las Vegas, Nev. and Javier Sanchez, Fayetteville, Ga for $2,750.00 each. Tied for fifth for $1,750.00 each was Dawit Proctor, Winter Garden and Michael Utz, Longwood, Fla. Sam Pillion, Villa Rica, Ga finished seventh for $1,200.00. Tied for eighth was Jim Roche, West Palm Bch, Fla, Randy Erskine, Lake Orion, Mich. and David Morland, IV for $1,115.00 each. Eighteen players were in the money with $1,000.00 for eleventh place. (Select Results)
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Leo Coates II, Sunrise, Fla gained his sixth IGTA Tour victory for $4,000.00 His score of 136.5 was his lowest since joining the Tour in 2001. In second place was Murray Miller, Deland, Fla. also with a career low of 140.5 for $1,300.00. Murray has been with the Tour since Feb. 2002. Third place for $1,100.00 went to Amga Chinbat,Ulaanbatar, Mongolia whose game shows continued improvement each month. James Strickland, Clermont, Fla was fourth for $1,100.00. Scott Yancy III, St Louis, Mo, Brooks Ashcraft, Monticello, Ark and Gabriel Menjivar, DeLand, Fla were also in the money.
Great Competitors go to Playoff at North Hampton G.C. after Net 145.0
David Morland IV, Palm Coast, Fla made a great recovery on the second playoff hole, and then won on the third over Tim O'Neal, Savannah, Ga. The victory was for $4,000.00 and second was $1,200.00. Five players were battling down to the final two holes on this demanding course. Murray Miller, DeLand, Fla and Tommy Schaff, Savannah, Ga tied for third for $1,050.00 and $1,000.00. Natalia Ghilzon, Windsor, Can. finished fifth with Raul Perez, Fairburn, Ga in sixth.
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Opportunity for all Competitors
If you are interested in becoming a Tournament player, regardless of handicap, the IGTA Golf Tour is there with the opportunity.
Can we trust the handicap system? That is the first question from all new players.
The system was established under USGA Guidelines. It has been proven over many years and endorsed by the Fact that Even Par (Net) would have won $60,100.00 per year for the last twelve years. Net even par would win at least $1,000.00 in almost every Tournament.
Professionals from All Tours Play with the IGTA
Over 100 Professionals, from virtually all Tours, have competed on the IGTA Golf Tour. They receive handicaps of Plus 1 to Plus 4, meaning they give that many strokes to the field. They return year after year because they agree the system is equitable for all players. A Pro Player is the Tour's leading money winner with over $150,000.00. Most pros or scratch golfers normally would not play in Pro-Net events due to the inconsistency of handicap. The IGTA System works because of the controls in place and the monitoring of all player's scoring. Several have been DQ'd or suspended for false information.