JUPITER, Fla. (May 11, 2009) – Rick Westwood of Wellington was the only player to break par Monday as he won the Palm Beach County Senior Classic for the second time. Westwood made three birdies and two bogeys for a one-under 70 at Admirals Cove Golf Village. He also won the Senior Classic in 2003 at Frenchman’s Reserve in Palm Beach Gardens.
The 12th annual Senior Classic drew 73 players competing in two age groups. Westwood was low in the 50-64 division. Other flight winners were Ed Cooke, Indiantown, low gross, 65-older, 71; David Dulman, Palm Beach Gardens, low net, 50-64, 68; and Mel Hirsch, Palm Beach Gardens, low net, 65-older, 63.
Next on the Palm Beach County Golf Association schedule:
Saturday-Sunday, Mid-Senior Four-Ball, McArthur GC, Hobe Sound, and May 30-31, Stroke Play, Banyan GC, West Palm Beach. For membership information and tournament entry, go to www.pbcga.org.
Palm Beach County Golf Association
Admirals Cove Golf Village, Jupiter, Fla.
The leaders in each age group:
50-64, 6,300 yards, par 72
Rick Westwood, Wellington 34-36—70
Dave Tassell, Jupiter 37-34—71
Gil Turner, Palm City 35-37—72
Pete Williams, Juno Beach 35-37—72
Stan Zabytko, Port St. Lucie 35-37—72
65-older, 6,000 yards, par 72
Ed Cooke, Indiantown 34-37—71
Don Edwards, Hobe Sound 38-34—72
Gerry Barnett, Palm Beach Gardens 33-40—73
Clyde Gibson, Hobe Sound 36-40—76