21 Jun 19
The Winters foursome of John and J. T. Martin and John and John Lorenzo Jr. shot the low overall score in the third flight to highlight this week’s Winters Stay Day golf tournament at the Yolo Fliers Club.
A four-way tie for first place resulted in the second flight at 21-under 123 in the two best balls-per-hole format. Pedro Garcia of Winters shot a blistering 74 for net 64 to pace his team that included Rick Carner, Anthony Iten and Richard Carter. Others tied were Phil Marler Dan Gentry, John Carrion, Chuck Carrion; Frank Lopez, Glenn Beddow, Greg Nordhues and Chuck Maltese, Chuck Santoni, Don Sharp and Tim Pettit.
The Martins and Lorenzos scored 119, one stroke ahead of the teams of Don Younger, Dave Plessas, Larry Greene, Fred Barry, Tom Martin, Dennis Mariani Jr., Don Bates and Jeff Siebel. Deadlocked at fourth with 123 were Mike Locatelli, George Mattey, Dave Grose, Todd Freer and Mark Zane, Chad Simmons, John Anderson and Ron Ruh
Chris Stein and Chris Gray led their foursome that included Paul Petrowsky and Tom Canevari to first in the first flight at 124. Rich Bedoya, Mike Barrett, Dave Freeman and Don Pappa shot 124, followed by Rich O’Malley, Dustin Davis, Tim Geerts, Jeff Link, and Bryan Barrios, Paul Matsumura, Dave Tsutsui and Ken Aoki at 126.
In the closest-to-the-pin competition, Locatelli led with a 21-inch miss on the 135-yard 15th hole. John Carrion paced the 59-under group on the 15th at 4’9″. Other hole leaders in the 60-over and 59-under divisions were No. 4, Beddow 5-4 1/2, Pappa 7-5; No. 7, Ken Stamey 9-0 and Johnie Lorenzo 6-10 and No. 12, Keith Hitzeman 11-8 and Freer 8-7. Long drive winners were Jeff Milinovich and Bill Nafziger.