2023 Egg Invitational: Reynolds and Schreiber shatter tournament records
Gabe Reynolds and Austin Schreiber (Mayfield Sand Ridge Photo)
There was a tight race at the top of the leaderboard at the 2023 Egg Invitational at Mayfield Sand Ridge Club in Chardon, Ohio.
However, that race was for second place.
Gabe Reynolds and Austin Schreiber finished in first place by 10 shots with rounds of 63-64-69 to finish with a total of 196.
The 196 total was a tournament record by three shots, and the 10-stroke victory was also a tournament record.
The duo finished runner-up in 2021, so they left no doubt this time around.
Brett Kaufman and Mackey Miles shot 67-67-72, Brian Smith and Jim Krivanek shot 67-71-68, and Michael Peters and John Angelo shot rounds of 68-69-69 to all finish tied for second place with a total of 206.
Kaufman and Miles won the Championship in 2020, while Krivanek and Smith won inn 2018. Krivanek also won in 2021 with partner Vaughn Snyder.
Steve Putinski and Phil Bojc and Jeff Blechschmidt, and Mike Blechschmidt finished tied for fifth place with a total of 207.
The tournament was hatched in 2014 and has built a loyal following of two-man teams that come from the Midwest and beyond to gather each September for 54 holes of team competition. The Mayfield Sand Ridge Golf Club is a 1998 Tom Fazio Course situated in the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains and running through scenic wetlands and mature hardwoods.
The Egg aims to bring together players from the nation’s finest facilities for two days of great golf and camaraderie. 36 holes are played on day one, with the final round on day two. The format is Four-Ball and Chapman on the first day and Four-Ball on the second,View results for The Egg Invitational
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
as #52 on Golf Digest’s America’s 100 Greatest
Courses. Situated in the foothills of the
Appalachian Mountains, the course has hosted the
Championship and NCAA
Division I Men’s Central Regional, and features
countryside, dramatic elevation changes, unique
wetlands, and a plentiful mix of mature woods.
On-site lodging is available upon request.
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