Hall uses final-round 66 to take Geranium Senior title
Chris Hall (GSGA photo)
STOCKBRIDE, Ga. (July 18, 2018) – Chris Hall
used a final-round 66 at Eagle’s Landing Country Club to win the Geranium Senior Invitational. It was Hall’s lowest round of the week by six shots, and it allowed him to sneak into the top spot on the leaderboard by a single shot.
Hall, who was runner-up at this tournament a year ago, finished the week at 5-under 211 after opening rounds of 72-73. Steve Humphrey was close behind him at 4-under 212. Humphrey came out of the gate with a 4-under 68 that gave him an early lead. Humphrey and Hall were the only two players to finish the 54-hole event under par.
Allen Peak and Marcus Beck tied for third at even-par 216. Rusty Strawn and John Foster finished at 5-over 221 to tie for seventh.
The Super Senior leaderboard also was topped by a player in the red. John Armstrong used a closing-69 to reach 3-under 213 for the tournament. It left him five shots ahead of runner-up Rob Hess.
In the Legends division, Don Kuehn put together rounds of 73-70-67 for a 6-under 210 total. Behind him, Don Marsh took second-place honors at 3-under 213.
ABOUT THE Geranium Senior Invitational
Formerly known as the Georgia Senior Invitational,
Charlie Busbee and Paul Cobb launched this 54
hole invitational event in 2004. The tournament
was changed to the Geranium Senior Invitational in
2017. This 54-hole tournament has three divisions:
Senior - Age 55-64, Super Senior - Age 65-69,
Legend - Age 70 and above
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