Cullen and deWindt take Palm Beach Parent-Child Championship
WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. (Oct, 23, 2011) – The
Martin County team of Cullen and Dana
deWindt are champions for the first time after
winning the 24th annual Honda Classic Parent-
Child golf tournament Sunday at Bear Lakes
The runners-up a year
ago, heretofore their best finish in more than a
decade of trying, the deWindts won by three
strokes with a scramble score of 11 under par
61 on the Lakes course.
we won last year when we finished with 62
and beat the Lees by three strokes,” said Dana
de Windt of Stuart, a retired Morgan Stanley
executive. “Then Jason and Wayne Dollard
came in late and beat us by two.”
Added Cullen, a tennis pro at Piper’s
Landing in Palm City, “We made a lot of 10-15
foot putts for birdies and pars, and we only
missed one green,” at the par-4 fourth hole,
“and Dad made about a 20 footer for par. It
kept the momentum going.” Overall, the
deWindts birdied Nos. 2, 3, 5, 6, 7, 9, 10, 11,
13, 17 and 18.
Willie and Jesse Lee of
Belle Glade and Wellington, respectively, have
won the Parent-Child, previously known as the
Father-Son, a record 12 times. They did not
enter this year because of a schedule conflict.
“I am so happy for Cullen and Dana,” said
Wayne Dollard, a dentist from Reston, Va.
“They have been trying to win this thing for so
conducted by the Palm Beach County Golf
Association drew 37 teams, 10 with the son or
daughter 12 years or younger. The winners of
that division were Kristian and Ricky Fortis,
West Palm Beach, low gross, 65, and Tyler and
Carl Mistretta, North Palm Beach, low net, 63.
Team Fortis was also overall low net at 60.
Rounding out the top five gross scorers: 2, Joe
and John Latowski, Stuart, 64; 3, Liam and
Fred Fine, Jupiter, and Team Fortis, 65; 5,
Jason and Wayne Dollard, Boca Raton, 66
View results for Palm Beach (PBCGA) Parent-Child Championship