Bryan Askew wins Alabama State Senior
Bryan Askew enjoys his Alabama State Senior victory
(Alabama Golf Association
HUNTSVILLE, AL (May 15, 2016) - Bryan Askew, 51, of
Decatur fired a final round 70 to finish at two-under
to win his first Alabama Golf Association championship
title. Askew, a sales manager for Acme Brick, was the
only player to break par for the championship.
“I really hit the ball great this week,” Askew said.
have played a number of rounds at Huntsville Country
Club and that experience helped me.”
Playing with Askew, 36-hole co-leader and two-
State Senior champion Emile Vaughan of Pike Road
tied for the lead after nine holes. But an inward nine of
37 derailed his hopes for a third title.
Del Wood III of Vestavia Hills gave his best effort
chase down Askew. His final round 69 placed him in the
clubhouse lead at even par 213. However, Askew
his last two holes to seal the victory.
In the Super Senior (65+) division, Ron Aldy of
Tuscaloosa (218) took home a two shot victory over
Wayne Gardner of Mobile (220).
Defending champion David Hancock of Greenville
posted a final round 74 to finish in 15th place at 222.
Awards were presented to the low three 54-hole
scores in the 50-56 and 57-64 age divisions as well as
the overall Champion, and to the low three scores in
65+ age division that played a shorter course. In
addition, the Champion will have his name engraved on
a permanent trophy housed at the AGA office.View results for Alabama Senior Amateur
ABOUT THE Alabama Senior Amateur
Must be a resident of the state of Alabama to enter.
54 holes of gross individual stroke play. Players in
the 50-56 and 57-64 Age Divisions will play the
championship tees and
eligible to win the overall Championship. 65+ Age
Division plays a shorter set of tees and ineligible for
After 36 holes, the field will be cut to the low 48
players and ties in the Championship Division and
the low 12 players and ties
in the 65+ Division.
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