Moody logs six-shot victory at Gate Petroleum Senior Amateur
Ponte Vedra Inn's Ocean Course
PONTE VEDRA BEACH, Fla. (Dec. 13, 2018) – Ken Moody ran away with the Gate Petroleum Senior Amateur title on Wednesday after rounds of 71-75-75 at Ponte Vedra Inn’s Ocean Course left him six shots ahead of the next closest player.
Moody had just two birdies in his final-round 75, but he minimized the big numbers for the week – his sole double bogey came in the first round – to pull away from the field.
Bill Dahlenburg was second with rounds of 74-79-74. Dahlenburg was even after 15 holes in his final round, but made two bogeys coming in to fall to 74 and a little farther off Moody’s pace.
Defending champion David Anthony was third just one shot behind Dahlenburg. In addition to last year’s Gate Senior title, the Jacksonville, Fla., resident also won this year’s Florida Azalea Senior title.
Two players tied for fourth at 15 over, including Martin Hochberg and Keith Nagy.
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ABOUT THE Gate Senior Amateur
Since its inception in 1995, the Gate Petroleum
Senior Amateur Championship has developed into
the largest and most respected event for senior
golfers in North Florida. Competition is conducted in
(3) divisions: Senior division (50-64 yrs.), Super
Senior division (65-74 yrs.), Grand Senior division
(75 yrs. and older). A qualifying round held the week
prior will yield an
actual field of (48) senior amateurs and (30) super
seniors and grand senior amateurs. This three-day
54-hole gross stroke play event is conducted on
both the Ocean and Lagoon Course.
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