Till, Craig Take Titles at Old Corkscrew Senior

ESTERO, FL (Jan.10) -- Fort Wayne, Ind. resident Sam Till was able to overcome an 8-over par 80 in the second round to win the the Old Corkscrew Senior Invitational at the Old Corkscrew Golf Club in Estero, Fl. with a three-day total 70-80-73--223.

Number 1 ranked Senior Player Bill Zylstra took solo second with scores of 75-76-75-226. Tom Studer was alone in third at 74-77-76--227.

In the Super Senior division Ed Craig ran away with the title with a three-day total of 74-78-77-229. Bill Spadafora was the next closest competitor at 78-83-777--238. Nick Kirkland was solo third at 78-79--85.

ABOUT THE Old Corkscrew Senior

Opening "major" event of the Senior season which earns players points in the Golfweek and AmateurGolf.com senior rankings. The event is a 54 hole individual stroke play tournament for amateurs fifty-five years and over. The tournament includes a Senior Division (age 55- 64); Super-Senior Division (65 and over); and a Legends Division (70 and over), the Legends Division plays from the same yardage and tees as the Super-Senior Division. Participants must reach the minimum age requirement in each division bracket by the first tournament round.

Old Corkscrew Golf Club is a Jack Nicklaus ‘Signature Design’ that has received many coveted awards. The venue is also the host qualifying site for the 2012 ACE Group Championship, PGA Champions Tour.

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