Dixie Senior Amateur: Woulfe, Hullender take titles
CORAL SPRINGS, Fla. (Dec. 14, 2008) -- Ft. Lauderdale's Rick Woulfe, the three-time defending Florida State Golf Association Senior Player of the Year, carded a final-round of 2-under-par 70 to edge Graham Cooke at the Dixie Senior Amateur, held at the Heron Bay Golf Club in Coral Springs. It was Woulfe's fourth victory at this event.
Cooke, the 36-hole leader, closed with a 2-over 74 on Sunday to finish at 1-under 215, while Woulfe came in at 3-under 213.
Woulfe was a former collegiate All-American at Michigan State and has 19 USGA appearances under his belt. He was the runner-up at this event last year, and notched victories at the Dale Morey and Ralph Bogart Senior Championships in 2006, giving him a third place finish at the amateurgolf.com - Bridgestone Golf Senior Player of the Year race. For a full list of his tournament accomplishments, click here.
In the Super Senior division, Bob Hullender of San Antonio entered the day tied with Minnesota's Richard Anderson for the lead, and took a one-stroke victory when he finished with a 1-over 73. He finished the tournament at 1-under 215.
We wrote a profile on Hullender last year after he won the Carlton Woods Invitational, to check out that article, click here.
ABOUT THE Dixie Senior & Mid-Master
The senior version of the Dixie Amateur
Championship added a Mid-Master division
starting in 2019. 54-hole
stroke play event with no cut. Mid-Master (ages 40-
54), Senior (ages 55-64)
and Super Senior
(65+) Divisions. The tournament has long drawn
some of the
country's top senior golfers to South Florida -- Doug
Hanzel (2013-2014, 2017); Brady Exber (2012); and
Woulfe (an amazing 7 titles, his latest in 2015) are
among the past
champions. All three rounds are
the TPC Eagle Trace. You may request an
invitation at www.dixieamateur.com
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