Pine Tree Country Club
(Pine Tree Country Club Photo)
BIRMINGHAM, AL (June 7, 2017) - With 18-holes remaining at the U.S. Senior Challenge Invitational hosted by Pine Tree Country Club the 1-under lead belongs to Tim Freeh and Steve Humphrey.
Freeh moved into the lead following a second round 2-under 70 that included three birdies and a bogey. The birdies came in succession on Nos. 9-11.
Humphrey is apart of the top spot on the leaderboard after carding a 1-under 71 on day two. The day for Humphrey included four birdies, a bogey and a double-bogey. Humphrey's double-bogey came on the 14th hole but he was able to rebound with birdies on the 16th and 18th holes.
First round co-leader Joey Holley, Steve Hudson and Bev Hargraves are tied for third at even-par while in sixth it is the 1-over Richard Jeffers.
The team standings are being dominated by Alabama Team 2 and at 1-over they lead by seven shots over Alabama Team 1 (+8).
Alabama Team 2 received contributing rounds from Joey Holley (E), Richard Jeffers (+1) and Robert Parmar (+3).
Oklahoma is a distant third at 17-over, Michigan at 21-over is fourth while 22-over Kentucky is fifth.
ROUND ONE RECAP
Joey Holley carded a 2-under 70 on Tuesday at the U.S. Senior Challenge Invitational hosted by Pine Tree Country Club to take a one shot lead after the first round.
Holley started his round on the 11th hole and after his 13th hole of the day he was 1-over for the round. However, in golf things can change quickly and they certainly did for Holley as he carded birdies on Nos. 6, 7 and 8 to reach 2-under and the top of the leaderboard. Following the run of three birdies in four holes Holley parred his final hole of the day to sign for a four birdie, two bogey round.
Four players --Robert Parmar, Cyrus Whitney, Bev Hargraves and Mike Brummer-- are all tied for second at 1-under while an additional five players are sharing sixth at even-par.
In the team standings Alabama Team 2 is 3-under and leading the race by seven shots. Each team includes four players with the top-three scores counting for the team tally.
On Tuesday Alabama Team 2 received scores from leader Joey Holley (-2), Robert Parmer (-1) and Richard Jeffers (E).
Alabama Team 1 (+4) is in second place and Oklahoma (+5) is third.
ABOUT THE U.S. Senior Challenge
The U.S. Senior Challenge is the nation's only senior
amateur event conducted
in a state-team format.
Originally encompassing 15
states in 1985, the U.S. Senior Challenge now
of teams and players from 37 states. Each
member state is led by a State Captain
selected and approved by the Board of
The championship is played each year at
Gross Stroke play and includes participants 55
years of age and over with a maximum
handicap of 4.
Teams consist of 4 men including the
State Captain who selects the players. The
field is limited to the first 30 teams entered.
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