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CAREER MONEY LEADERS
Scott Yancy, III, St Louis, Mo. Wins the 2017 IGTA Points Championship and the $3,000.00 First Place Award. Tommy Schaff, Savannah, Ga, was 2nd for $1,500.00 and Tristan Seitz, Ocala,Fla was 3rd for $1,000.00. Prizes are paid for the Top 10 in Points. Chris Sullivan, Andy Lowe, Ntengwa Mukosa, Galen Aldrich, Travis Lewis, Stan Tilghman, & Stephen Grant followed.
The Leading Money Winner for the year was Stephen Grant, Dover England with $20,150.00
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Orange Co. National - Panther Oct 6-7 Winter Garden, Fla $8-10,000.00 First!
Timacuan G.C. October 13-14 Lake Mary, Fla Double Points
Orange Lake - Legends Nov 3-4 Orlando, Fla $8-10,000.00 First!
Juliette Falls - Nov 17-18 Ocala, Fla $4-6,000.00 First!
Mission Inn - El Campeon Dec 1-2 Orlando, Fla Double Points $5-7,000.00 First!
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Great Battle at OCN Panther Lake Results in Tie with Robin Byrd and David Healy each winning $5,250.00.
Robin Byrd, Fayetteville, N.C., with a +3 handicap and David Healy, Port St Lucie, Fla with a 15 handicap gained $5,250.00 each sharing First Prize as rain prevented a playoff. The Net 140. beat out the 141.5 by Christian Heavens of Fairview Hgts, Ill for $1,500.00 and Tommy Schaff of Savannah, in fourth with 142.5 for $1,200.00. Scott Yancy III, St Louis, Mo was fifth for $600.00. Jim Roche, Dawit Proctor, and Luke Llaneras were also in the money.
David Morland IV Strong Finish Good for $10,000.00 with 147.5 Net at Mission Inn - El Campeon
Veteran Pro, David Morland, Palm Coast, Fla posted 4 birdies on the final nine for a narrow victory. El Campeon played tough and once again, over par was good for the victory. Second was Ntengwa Mukosa, Lusaka, Zambia for $3,000.00 with Net 148.0 and Robin Byrd, Fayetteville, NC ($2,000.00) was third at 148.5. A 3 way tie for fourth for $1,135.00 each was Galen Aldrich, Miami, Fla, Shepherd Archie, Augusta, Ga, and Leo Coates II, Sunrise, Fla. Seventh for $800.00 was Robert Johnson, Cinncinati, Oh. A 3 way tie for eighth was Stephen Grant, Adrian Evans, and Marcus Manley, followed by Wyatt Worthington II, rounding out the money winners. A tournament highlight was an Eagle by Manley on the 540 yard 17th Signature hole.
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Matthew Almeida Gains His First IGTA Victory with Fine Play at Reunion Watson
Matthew, Lake Mary, Fla posts 78-74 for a Net 140.5 to win the $4,000.00 First Prize on the Watson Course. He was the only one under par to win by 3½ strokes. Scott Yancy III, St Louis, Mo recorded a Net 145.0 for the $1,200.00 Second Place. In third place was Tommy Schaff, Savannah, Ga with a Net 146.0.for $1,100.00. Shepherd Archie, Travis Lewis and Leo Coates II were also in the money.
Luke Llaneras Wins $8,000.00 First Prize with Solid Play at Innisbrook Resort
Llaneras, Miami, Fla shot 1 under 71 on the Island Course and 1 over 72 on Copperhead for 141.5 Net and the $8,000.00 prize. Second with 142.5 was Will Lowery, Charlotte, N.C. for $3,500.00. In a tie for third was Galen Aldrich, Miami, Fla and Paul Wilson, Coconut Creek with 144 Net for $1,650.00 each. In fifth was Tony Infantino, Plantation, Fla for $1,000.00. Sixth was Scott Yancy, III St. Louis, Mo for $600.00. In a 7th place tie was Jim Roche, W. Palm and Ntengwa Mukosa, Lusaka, Zambia for $325.00 each. Also in the money were Jean Pierre Ely, Rocky Justice and T A Thornton.+++++
Again in 2017, Results, Prove the IGTA to be the No. 1 Pro Net Tour in the USA
Any competitor, can win on any given week end with his Handicap. Players with +3.0, +2.5, and up to a 16.5 handicap had victories in 2017. Good to note, when any player plays to their handicap, Net 144.0, they win at least $1,000.00 almost every time. Also, first prize was $10,000.00 in four Tournaments and three times over par won the event with 145.5, 145.5 and 145.0. Low gross for the Pro's was 65-67 (net 136.5) for Tommy Schaff and 67-68 (net 139.5) for Marcus Manley.
James Hodo, Atlanta, Ga played great with a 16.5 handicap at Savannah Harbor for a victory. Jude Bien-Aime, Apopka, Fla posted 146.0 with an 18.0 handicap for 2nd at Eagle Dunes.
Other winners this Fall includes:
Tony Pierson, Charlotte, NC Cobblestone Pk.
Chris Sullivan, Jupiter, Fla Reunion Resort
Travis Lewis, Lake Mary, Fla Southern Hills
Ben Schneider, Hersey, Penn Eagle Dunes