Hanzel wins Lupton Senior Invitational
OOLTEWAY, Tenn. (May 27, 2012) -- Doug Hanzel of Savannah, GA edged a trio of top ranked senior players to win the Lupton Senior Invitational golf tournament by a single shot on Sunday at the Honors Course.
Hanzel's 111 Stableford points were good enough to beat Brady Exber, Paul Simson and Chattanoogan Neil Spitalny.
Runner-up Simson, the amazing North Carolina player who captured the US, Canadian, and British Senior Amateur in the same year, was recently inducted into the Southern Golf Association Hall of Fame.
Doug Marsh won the super-senior division by nine with 116 points
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ABOUT THE Lupton Senior Invitational
This is the senior division of an event named
after Honors Course club founder John T.
Lupton. The event made it's debut in 2005 on
a spectacular Pete Dye
near Chatanooga. Mitch Voges won the 1991
Amateur here, and Tiger Woods won the
Championship here despite a final round 80.
for the Senior division. Committee invites 72
ams and 54 senior ams. The field will be cut to
approximately 75% in each division following the
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