Wednesday, October 25, 2006

NTPGA/UST Fall Pro-Scratch Championship

Here's the recap of the Northern Texas PGA/UST Fall Pro-Scratch Championship:

Dallas, Texas – Coming into round two of the NTPGA / UST Fall Pro-Scratch Championship, held at Oak Cliff Country Club, the team of Michael Henderson,
assistant golf professional at Stevens Park Golf Course, and scratch amateur partner, Roger Marcincuk, sat two shots off the lead.

Henderson made birdie on the last two holes to put the team in the clubhouse with a 4-under par 32-33 – 66. Along with the 66 today, and a two day total of 67-66 – 133, the final birdie on hole #18 sent the team into a playoff with the first-round leaders, Chris Hughes, head golf professional at Eastern Hill Country Club, and amateur partner, Scott Wagoner, who shot 33-35 – 68 (2-under par) in round two.
Hughes and Wagoner also finished the tournament with a 65-68 – 133.

Henderson and Marcincuk didn’t take long to close out the Championship, they made par on the first playoff hole to claim the 2006 UST Fall Pro-Scratch Championship title.

The four-ball stroke play NTPGA major championship features 36 teams of one PGA professional teamed with one scratch amateur competing at Oak Cliff Country Club located in Dallas. This is the inaugural UST Fall Pro-Scratch Championship.

The 36 teams were competing for a share of the $8,775.00 purse. The team of Michael Henderson and Roger Marcincuk took home $1,500.00 for first place.

NTPGA Web site

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