Former club champion, Bryan Noonan turned in a one-under-par round from the back tees to win loss gross honors in a rare Friday morning Inferno Cup round. He beat his closest competitor by ten strokes. He carded five birdies and walked away with more skins than Davy Crockett in a good year. He also took low net honors distancing himself from the second place finisher by three strokes.
- Bryan Noonan – 71
- Bailey Ogrin and Kris Rosser – 81
- Bryan Noonan – 65
- Skyler Irvine and Justin Thomas – 68
After a fine round, you might expect Bryan Noonan’s team to come out on top in the Inferno Cup event. It did. He and his partner, George Stelmach ran away from the field beating the second placed team of Scott Hull and Bruce Partridge by four strokes. James Wexler and Ron Dobkin captured third place after losing a scorecard playoff.
The Lakes/Dunes course played a little tougher than normal. It gave up only ten birdies and half of those went to Noonan. Six, seven and eight Lakes as well as seven and eight Dunes all played at well over bogey. The greens were tough and challenged everyone but Noonan.