Dressler Memorial: Two Lead with First Round Suspended
01 May 2017
by AmateurGolf.com Staff

see also: Valley Brook Country Club

Indiana Country Club <br>(Penn. Golf Association Photo)
Indiana Country Club
(Penn. Golf Association Photo)

INDIANA, PA (May 1, 2017) - Playing at their home club Robert Morris freshman Kyle Grube and Doug Gradwell are both 2-under and tied for the lead with first round George Dressler Memorial play suspended. Following a delay in the morning at Indiana Country Club play was unable to conclude meaning that first round action will resume at 8:00 a.m. Tuesday morning with the final round to follow.

Grube moved into the lead with a four birdie, two bogey round with the birds coming on Nos. 1, 7, 8 and 16.

For Gradwell it was a four birdie, two bogey round as well with the circles coming on the 4th, 5th, 9th and 12th holes.

Five players are currently tied for third place at even-par.

In the Senior Division Martin Detweiler is even-par through nine holes and leading the way. The leader in the clubhouse is the 2-over Sean Knapp.

Lee Lykens has taken a three shot in the Super Senior Division with a 2-under 69. Lykens, playing at home, carded four birdies and just two bogeys on Monday.

ABOUT THE George Dressler Memorial

Formerly a public links tournament, the George Dressler Memorial is a 36 hole stroke play event with Championship (up to age 54), Senior (ages 55-64) and Super Senior (age 65 and older) divisions. There is a simultaneous team event with a best-two-of-three-score format among teams of three players from Pennsylvania Golf Association member clubs.

All players up to age 64 play from the same tees. The Senior Division is paired among the Championship Division

The tournament is named in honor of George Dressler, who was a member of the United States Golf Association's public links committee.

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