Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Inman

Dave Inman, the reigning Gainey Ranch diving champion, continued his comeback Wednesday with a great round sprinkled with mini-disasters.  Dave opened with a double-bogey, followed it with another double-bogey on the usually easy seventh hole and added another double-bogey on the fifteenth (#6 Lakes). However, he added birdies on holes number two, six, eight and nine. Despite two double-bogeys on the front side, he still fired and even par 36. He finished the day with 74 to take low gross honors. His net 66 gave him a sweep with low net honors as well. Dave Kopp was right on his heels with a gross 75 and Jim Stamatis stayed hot with a 78.

Low Gross

  1. Dave Inman – 74
  2. Dave Kopp – 75
  3. Jim Stamatis – 78

Low Net

  1. Dave Inman – 66
  2. Pat Collins and Jim Stamatis – 67

Dave Inman’s team (Dave, Bruce Partridge, Mike Hickey and Ken Vlah) won the team game. Three teams tied for second place. Jim Gabriel, Jim Stamatis and Ken Vlah each won a net skin while Dave Inman won two of them. If there had been a gross skins game (we were asleep at the switch), one each would have gone to Jim Gabriel, Jim Stamatis and Howard Jones. Dave Inman would have won four of them.

Click HERE for complete score results.

Author: h. Alton Jones


One thought on “Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Inman”

  1. Since I don’t know Mr. Inman, I have to ask. Is he really a diving champion or is that a typo or did you mean that he is a diver? Thanks and Great Blog!! By the way, You might enjoy reading my description of East Lake since the Tour Championship is coming up in a few weeks. I got to play the course a few weeks ago in Atlanta and TV doesn’t do it justice.


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