Adam Horton captures Chatmoss Invitational
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Adam Horton
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MARTINSVILLE, VA (April 2, 2017) -- With rounds of 72-70 Adam Horton tallied a score of 142 to win the Chatmoss Invitational. The victory for Horton was a slim one over John Rosenstock (74-69--143) who charged hard on Sunday.

Horton has been a consistent performer over the years at the Eastern Amateur placing inside the top-10 five-times in the last six years. His best finish was a tied for second showing in 2012.

Third place at Chatmoss Country Club was taken by Jon Hurst (75-69--144) while Jerry Wood (77-68--145) and Steve Liebler (73-72--75) shared fourth.

Defending champion Keith Decker (75-73--148) settled for a tied seventh finish.

In the Senior Division Phil Mahone (74-70--144) was able to outlast Rich Buckner (75-69--144) on the second playoff hole.

Scott Riesenweaver (74-71--145) finished one-stroke out of the playoff in third as Jim Wright (73-73--146), Patrick Brady (74-72--146), Gus Barber (78-68--146) shared fourth.

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ABOUT THE Chatmoss Invitational

The Chatmoss Invitational Golf Tournament is a 36- hole event played at Chatmoss Country Club in Martinsville, VA. The tournament is the first points event of the year for Virginia Golf Association. George Bayer won the event in 1963 the same year he won The Masters par-three contest.

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