North Carolina (CGA) Senior Amateur Championship

Mooresville, NC - Bob Kulp of Winston-Salem fired a final-round 68 to claim the 20th North Carolina Senior Championship at The Point Lake and Golf Club. Kulp finsihed at five-under par 211 to win his second N.C. Senior title in as many years. Bob Desjardins of Matthews finsihed four strokes back in second place. Second-round leader David Strawn of Charlotte stumbled to a final-round 76 and finished alone in fourth at 217.

Kulp, a dentist, gave credit to his new wife Connie and to a new book, Fearless Golf.

"Connie kept me calm all day out there," said the newlywed Kulp. "She settled me down by talking to me duruing the round."

Kulp also credits a new book, Fearless Golf.

"The book explains how a golfer should play each shot and not worry about what the end result will be," said the 58 year-old Kulp. "The book says It is important to keep your ego out of your game."

This win is Kulp’s third CGA senior win in three years. He is a former winner of the Carolinas Senior Championship.

The North Carolina Senior Championship is conducted by the Carolinas Golf Association.

ABOUT THE North Carolina Senior Amateur

Must be a resident of North Carolina and a member of a CGA member club. Maximum handicap for ages 55-69 is 10.4; ages 70+ maximum handicap of 15.4.

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