Tim Jackson wins Coleman Senior Invitational
JUNO BEACH, FL (April 30, 2016) - Tim Jackson continued his years of fine play at the Seminole Golf Club on Saturday as he won the George L. Coleman Senior Invitational Golf Tournament. It was Jackson's first win as a senior and second overall after winning as a mid-amateur in 2012.
With the win Jackson became the first player to win both the Coleman Invitational and the Coleman Senior Invitational.
After finishing tied for second last year, Jackson won this year by an impressive five-strokes. Jackson fired rounds of 71-68-72 and finished 5-under. His 211 54-hole tally was the lowest score ever in the Senior Division.
"When I finally won the mid-amateur division in 2012 it was such a relief," Tim Jackson told Global Golf Post. "I had begun to think it might never happen. I had blown so many opportunities, but I think if I play my game, I can win the senior division again."
Seminole Golf Club member John Pinkham started the day tied for fourth and ended it in solo second at even-par. Tommy Brennan and Patrick Tallent were 1-over and tied for third. Brady Exber, 2-over, was fifth.
-Global Golf Post contributed to this stroy
ABOUT THE Coleman Senior Invitational
**Not held in 2021 due to the club hosting the
Walker Cup. Next event will be in 2022.
Senior Division of one of the very best
events all year
long played on the last great private course
designed by Donald Ross. The course, not long
today's standards, lies hard by the Atlantic
Ocean. Oceanic winds and very fast greens
this course teeth. Ben Hogan once said 'If you
can play Seminole, you can play any course in
The tournament is a 54-hole stroke play invitational
that draws an elite field of
mid-amateurs and seniors.
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