PGA Tour caddie Tesori among Florida Winter Series winners
Paul Tesori, Douglas Jones and Bobby Lundquist (FSGA photo)
Paul Tesori, Douglas Jones and Bobby Lundquist (FSGA photo)

The Florida State Golf Association crowned three winners Feb. 12 in its next-to-last Winter Series event of the season at LPGA International in Daytona Beach, Fla.

Paul Tesori won the mid-amateur division with a 2-over total. Tesori, of Ponte Vedra, Fla., went 3 over in his final six holes but still came out on top becaue of the lead he had built in the first round. Tesori, who caddies for PGA Tour Player Webb Simpson, had rounds of 72-74.

Christopher Anderson of Mailtand, Fla., finished second at 7 over while two players – Douglas Schneider of Lake Park, Fla., and Brett Riotto of Daytona Beach, Fla. – tied for third at 10 over.

Douglas Jones won the senior division with back-to-back rounds of 75. The Brandon, Fla., resident’s 6-over total left him four shots ahead of the next best players. Keith Nagy of Jacksonville Beach, Fla., and Len Cole of ChampionsGate, Fla., tied for second at 10 over.

This was Jones’ second Winter Series win of the season, after he won the event at Laurel Oak Country Club in December.

In the super senior division, Bobby Lundquist went 1 over, thanks to rounds of 72-73, to win by two shots. HE finished ahead of Tom Grady Jr., and Jim Carley.

ABOUT THE Florida Winter Series - LPGA International

The Florida Winter Series is for players 25 years and older. *Gross scoring only**. A Regular or Foundation Florida State Golf Association membership level is required. The field is broken down into three divisions by age. Mid-Amateur (25-54); Senior (55-64); and Super Senior (65 & over) Mid-Senior plays approximately 6,700 yards. Senior plays approximately 6,400 yards. Super-Senior approximately 6,100 yards.

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