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Bolt and Endicott hatch an Egg Invitational victory
Chad Bolt and Kyle Endicott won the 9th annual Egg Invitational, holding off the team of Chris Okeson and Jeffrey Blechschmidt by a single shot at Mayfield Sand Ridge Golf Club in Chardon, Ohio.

Bolt and Endicott started the day three shots behind the overnight leaders Cliff Bostrom and Vince McDonald, but shot a final-round 67 to complete the comeback.

Bostrom and McDonald grabbed the lead after a first-round 66 in the four-ball format, tied with the team of Steve Putinski and Phil Bojc, who led the field with 8 birdies on the round.

Representing the host club, Okeson and Blechschmidt were five shots back after an opening 71, but got closer after a 69 in the Chapman format. When the 36-hole leaders faded in the final round (again a four-ball format), it became a two-team race.

Bolt and Endicott finished at 10-under 206, one shot clear of Okeson and Blechschmidt. Putinski and Bojc toed for third at 8 under with Dan Arison and Kevin Bove.

Ian Weinberg and Mike McKenna finished fifth at 7 under par, with Bostrom and McDonald finishing tied for sixth.

Jim Krivanek, who won the 2021 Egg Invitational with Vaughn Snyder, partnered with Brian Smith and finished eighth at 4 under. Krivanek and Smith were Egg champions in 2018.

The course defended itself well, with sunny skies and cool breezes allowing greens to get lightning quick.

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ABOUT THE The Egg Invitational

The Egg Invitational is a two-day 54 hole scratch Four-Ball event. 36 Holes are slated for the first day of competition with a shotgun start and 18 holes of play on the final day. The Egg aims to bring together players from the nation’s finest facilities for two days of great golf and camaraderie.

The host course is a Tom Fazio design ranked as high as #52 on Golf Digest’s America’s 100 Greatest Courses. Situated in the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains, the course has hosted the MAC Championship and NCAA Division I Men’s Central Regional, and features gently rolling countryside, dramatic elevation changes, unique wetlands, and a plentiful mix of mature woods.

On-site lodging is available upon request.

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