Chip Lutz cruises to victory at the Florida Azalea Senior
PALATKA, Fla. (Mar 11, 2012) -- After his lead shrank to only two strokes after round two, Chip Lutz rebounded back to red numbers with a final round 67 to take the title by five strokes.
The challengers, Tom Sykes and Bill Zylstra each shot a final round 70 and total of 208, tying for second with matching daily scores of 68,70,70.
W. Himelsbaugh carded a final round 69 to take fourth at 210 (71, 70, 69).
In the super senior flight, Jim Carley shot a final round 69 to move into a five-way tie for 1st with Brad Franks, Brian Sachs, Fred Peel and second round leader Ted Smith at 217.
ABOUT THE Florida Azalea Senior
54 hole stroke play championship with Senior (ages
55+), Super Senior (ages 64-69), Legends (ages 70-
74) and Super Legends (ages 75+) divisions. Players
will be grouped into six flights by handicap. After 36
holes the Championship flight will
be cut to top 70 players and ties.
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