Mike Forde, Jason Sample and Sandy Wiener all carded net scores of 68 Wednesday to capture low net honors. Anthony Arvidson won low gross. In the Inferno Cup team game, Arvidson and Rich McGee paired to capture first place by three strokes over Sandy Wiener and Kris Rosser. Skins were plentiful with a dozen holes donating a skin to the field. There was some movement in the standings for the Inferno Cup competition, but the top five contenders maintained their positions.
There are seven Inferno Cup matches remaining before the champion is crowned.
- Anthony Arvidson – 69
- Kris Rossser – 74
- Jason Sample – 76
- Mike Forde, Jason Sample and Sandy Wiener – 68
As the Inferno Cup enters the home stretch, we begin to analyze the numbers to see what we can learn from this highly spirited competition. It’s safe to say we’ve got some “revelations” we’ll talk about later. But for those of you who enjoy the numbers, have fun with the following data. The data includes all rounds played so far in the Inferno Cup. There are clearly a number of conclusions that can be reached, some valid, some erroneous. Regardless, there’s lots to look at. What do you see? (Click on the images to enlarge them.)