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Charlie Coe Invitational: Strickland-Vickers repeat

CASTLE ROCK, Colorado (June 1, 2007) -- Jim Strickland and Warren Vickers repeated as champions at the Charlie Coe Invitational, setting a single-day record with a 63 in the second round and a tournament record of 199 over 54 holes.

It was the third time that Strickland has won the tournament.

In the senior division, Mike Rice and Jerry Hudgins came from three strokes back to fire a 64 in the final round and take a two stroke victory over Jim Hays and Steve Dallas, setting a new senior record with a 200. They are the only team to win four times, taking both the mid-am and senior divisions twice.

Complete results follow:

Team Rd. 1 Rd. 2 Rd. 3 Tot.
MID-AM DIVISION        
Jim Strickland - Warren Vickers 66 63 70 199
Trent Brown - Chris Kessler 65 68 69 202
Kyle Coody - Shane Heise 63 68 71 202
Jeff Knox - Tripp Kuhlke 68 69 69 206
Bill Hodges - Harold Wyatt 68 68 71 207
John Elway - Eddie Lyons 67 70 72 209
Kevin Kobalter - Gary Young 69 71 70 210
Roberto Duran Jr. - Ernesto Duran 68 73 72 213
Andy Cooper - Marvin Morris 69 72 73 214
Jay Pumphrey - Dave Clement 72 71 74 217
Jay Anderson - John Parker 66 76 75 217
James Reid - Eric Sexton 71 70 76 217
Garrett Larson - Mark Maguire 67 75 76 218
Robbie Dew - Rocky Costa 71 75 73 219
Rick George - Bill Fowler 69 72 78 219
Peter Persons - Jeff Avant 71 75 74 220
Jim Ireland - Jack Larkin 71 74 75 220
Tim Kohn - Rick Houston 71 73 76 220
John Austin - Mark Austin 71 72 77 220
Randy Elliott - Dan O'Callaghan 70 73 77 220
Doug Dvorak - John Mitchell 75 69 77 221
Frank Ramey - Stan Payne 74 72 76 222
Glen Davis - Chas Bailes III 72 77 74 223
Kelly Cox - Mac McGee 74 76 74 224
John Pigg - Billy McBee 70 79 75 224
Michael Brown - Seth Knight 77 71 76 224
Ben Hargis - Dave Delich 75 73 77 225
Joel Farkas - Bob Masten 73 77 76 226
Brad Kelly - Al Swanson 69 74 83 226
Carl Anderson - Ron Burns 74 74 79 227
Fred Emich - Rick VanDyke 75 78 77 230
Rob Martin III - Phillip Huff IV 75 76 79 230
George Roat - Mark Weston 75 81 76 232
Rick Luzar - David Lightholder Jr. 77 78 78 233
SENIOR DIVISION        
Mike Rice - Jerry Hudgins 69 67 64 200
Jim Hays - Steve Dallas 63 68 71 202
Bill Heldmar - Roger Brown 64 67 72 203
Tim McAdam - Mike Guetz 66 70 70 206
Roberto Duran - Gene Ryzewicz 69 69 69 207
Bob Hullender - Bob Howe 73 64 70 207
Lloyd Hughes - Steve Earsley 71 73 64 208
Denny Alexander - Gary Hardin 73 69 68 210
Stan Smazal - Ed Gowan 67 71 75 213
Michael Mahoney - David Carroll 70 73 71 214
Rick Coe - Bill Jackson 71 76 69 216
John Goode - Ken Redfern 70 73 73 216
Robert Currey - Gary Shimmin 73 74 70 217
Andy Wall - Gary Kirwan 69 71 77 217
Denny Gallagher - Terry Quinn 73 72 73 218
Rick Bauch - Dave Johnson 75 71 73 219
Mike Timbers - Dan Smith 72 73 76 221
Van Lefferdink - Jack Richey 70 77 75 222
Henry Cole - Van Stewart 72 74 76 222
Scott Peterson - Gary Cowan 74 74 78 226
         

 

ABOUT THE Charlie Coe Invitational

The Charlie Coe Invitational, organized by Mike Timbers, is played annually to honor one of the greatest amateurs ever. Coe is remembered for winning the U.S. Amateur twice, and for captaining the Walker Cup and Americas Cup teams. His first national amateur win came in 1949, and then again in 1958. Defending his title a year later, Coe lost to Jack Nicklaus. Coe had a distinguished Masters record. An Augusta National member, he played in 19 consecutive Masters, and finished as low amateur six times. He tied Arnold Palmer for second, behind Gary Player, in the 1961 Masters. In 1998, his alma mater, the University of Oklahoma, dedicated the Charlie Coe learning Center, a state of the art teaching facility. Coe was a member at Castle Pines until he died in 2001. Team Event, max handicap combined 4.0. Inquire by letter and golf resume.

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