Feather Sound CC Winter Series Champs

Peter Navaretta captured the Winter Series event run by the Florida State Golf Association at Feather Sound Country Club in Clearwater, December 12-13. He was joined in the winner's circle by Bill Moore and Fred Allen, who won the Senior and Super Senior divisions respectively.

Peter Navaretta, of Port Saint Lucie, posted a tournament total of two-over par 146 to win the Regular Division by four strokes.  After posting a one-over par round of 73 in the first round, Navaretta found himself in a three way tie for the lead. Navaretta continued his solid play in the final round, posting another one-over par round of 73 to capture the title.  The 2010-2011 Regular Division points champion Michael Goldschmidt, of Lakeland, and Mike Nealy, of Boca Raton, finished tied for second place with a tournament total of 150.


Bill Moore, of Tampa, erased a two stroke deficit to win the Senior Division by one stroke. Moore posted back-to-back rounds of one-over par 73, for a tournament total of 146 to win his first title of the season. Stephen Maddox, of Lakeland, finished alone in second place after rounds of 73-74 for a tournament total of three-over par 147. Gordon Blakeley, of Lutz, finished in third place with a tournament total of 148.

In the Super Senior Division, Fred Allen, of North Venice, went wire-to-wire to win by two strokes. Allen posted a first round score of three-over par 75 to hold a one stroke advantage heading into the final round of play. In the final round Allen posted a round of five-over par 77 to capture the title. Don Miller, of Fort Myers, finished alone in second place with a tournament total of 154. Ben Kenny, of Alpharetta, GA, finished in third place with a tournament total of 155.

The Winter Series events include seven competitions, six individual events and one four-ball event. There are three age divisions, Mid-Senior (40-54), Senior (55-64) and Super Senior (65 & over). The Winter Series is a great opportunity for golfers to compete in competitive events that normally may not because they do not live in Florida year round.

 

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