Charlie Coe Invitational: Three Teams Tied at Castle Pines
Castle Pines Golf Club again hosts the Charlie Coe Invitational
CASTLE ROCK, CO (May 31, 2017) - Three teams share the lead after the first round of the Charlie Coe Invitational at Castle Pines Golf Club
Twenty-nine mid-amateur teams and twenty-six senior teams from around the country teed off at Castle Pines playing four-ball stroke play.
Eoin Middaugh, who won the event in 2015 with Taylor Wood, teamed up with new partner Sean Lim to shoot a six-under 66 and share the first round lead. They were joined by the teams of Jack Larkin/Brendan Williams and Jim Strickland/Mike Wagner. Larkin is a former Charlie Coe champion, having won in 2005 with partner Jim Ireland. Strickland is a four-time champion with former partner Warren Vickers.
The defending champions Jonathan Marsico and Ben Hayes sit tied for fourth after a 69.
Among other former champions, the team of Ted Neville and Andy Latowski (winners in 2014) shot a 71, Tripp Kuhlke and Jeff Knox (2013) shot 70, Jason Pool and Barry Dyche (2012) shot 70.
In the Senior Division, Hollis Sullivan and Jeff Dillard combined to shoot a five-under 67, one shot ahead of four teams: Mike Booker/Pat Youngs, John Bracken/Ronny Ocker, Ernie Danner/Herb Fisher, and Mike Rice/Jerry Hudgins.
The Charlie Coe Invitational, honoring one of golf's greatest amateurs, is the first Major Four-Ball of the summer amateur golf season.View results for Charlie Coe Invitational
ABOUT THE Charlie Coe Invitational
The Charlie Coe Invitational, organized by Mike
Timbers, is played annually to honor one of
the greatest amateurs ever. 54-hole two-man
team event for mid-amateurs and seniors,
max handicap combined 4.0. Starting in 2020, the
tournament uses the International Stableford Scoring
system that was created by Jack Vickers for The
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