What a day of golf! Half the field performed substantially worse than their handicaps predicted, but some guys really lit it up was some great rounds. Cris Caruso shot a solid 75 and wondered if that might be good enough to finish first again. Purge the thought! In walked Scott Thompson who carded a gross 72. Surely that would hold up for low gross. And it did . . . until Joel Temple walked in the door. Not only did he shoot gross 72, he did it with a ten handicap for a net 62. Good solid golf rounds from all three.
- Joel Temple and Scott Thompson – 72
- Cris Caruso – 75
- Joel Temple – 62
- Scott Thompson -67
- Cris Caruso – 69
- Joel Temple – 3
- Scott Thompson – 2
- Jim Gabriel, Ron Rosin, Vinny Sollitto and Cris Caruso – 1
Despite the numbers shown above, there were other golfers. Most of them would prefer to remain anonymous after posting some less than stellar totals.
As predicted the birdie bust on #8 Lakes ended when Scott Thompson ran in an eight footer for a two. The toughest hold on the course Wednesday was #10 (#1 Lakes) with no birdies and an average score of 1.22 over par. #7 Lakes and #6 Arroyo played to an average of bogey.