Tim Jackson and Craig Smith win National Senior Junior
Tim Jackson (left) and Craig Smith -- both holding trophies
You've got to love a two-man tournament that ends with a scramble. It sets things up for potential fireworks, especially when you look at the amazing players who competed for Senior/Mid-Am title in Florida this week.
Firing a 61 in the final round, Tim Jackson and Craig Smith of Tennessee won by two strokes over two teams that are always in the running -- Tommy Brennan/Patrick Christovich of Lousiana and Roger Newsom/Tyler Gullicksen of Virginia.
The Legends Division title was captured by Pat Tallent and Michael Murr -- they fired 63 in the scramble format to win by a single stroke over Larry White and Larry Clark.
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ABOUT THE National Senior Junior
Mid Amateur, Senior Amateur. Unique three-format
54 hole invitational features a "junior" (mid
am) and a senior paired together. There is also a
that pairs legends and super seniors. Started in 1991
Society of Seniors members, the tournament is
wonderful course re-done by Pete Dye. One round
each of Best-Ball, Scramble, and
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