Event & Skins)
Mulligan Tour had its 9th event out at Berkshire Hills
in Chester Township. 24
players vied for this week’s title and the scores were the best of
the year so far.
Gibel made a triumphant return to the Mulligan Tour after not playing
since week 4. Dan shot a
79, which was a net 5-under
par. Dan shot an impressive 38 on the front nine and held it
together on the back to capture his first victory.
Roberts continued his hot streak and fired an 88, which was good
enough to get him into a tie for second place.
Gregg finished second at Chardon Lakes and fourth at Bunker
Hill. After struggling to
crack the top 10 in his first five events, Gregg crept into a tie for
2nd place in the overall standings.
shooting an 88 (net –3) was Darren Parkes.
Darren broke 90 for the first time all year and finished in the
money for the first time.
were more birdies than usual this week, but there were only 4 skins on
the day. Although former
Tour leader Brian Murch has faded in recent weeks, he showed signs of
his earlier success with a birdie on the Par 5 4th hole to
take the first skin of the day. Michael
Thompson birdied the par 3 eighth hole, despite playing partner Roy
Munk winning closest to the pin.
Both Dan Gibel and Roy birdied the 9th hole and
Michael Thompson won his second skin of the day on the short par 4 10th
hole with another birdie. Dave
Hawk was the only player to par the long par 4 12th hole
and picked the fourth and final skin.
As expected, the 12th was the most difficult hole,
playing 1.8 strokes over par. Dave
Hawk, Dave Wilson and Michael Thompson birdied the par 5 13th,
while both Peter Rodenhauser and Craig Chenevey birdied the par 4 14th. Mr. Thompson birdied his fourth hole of the day
on the par 4 16th, but was matched by Craig Chenevey’s
second birdie of the back nine.
team of Danielle Folliet and Roy Munk dominated the pin and long drive
competitions. Roy won the
closest to the pin on the front nine, while Daniell captured the pin
shot on the back, as well as the long drive.
Gregg Roberts won the long drive on the front nine.
the year, Michael Thompson has solidified his first place standing
with a fourth place finish. Dave
Wilson and Gregg Roberts are tied for second and only 4 points behind.
Dave Hawk is in fourth and Ken Schley rounds out the top 5.