Karen Rainey of Daniels took another win in the Women’s Division
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CHARLESTON, W.Va. — The West Virginia Golf Association (WVGA) FLIGHT by Yuengling Amateur Series saw Davey Jude of Kermit take the title in the Championship flight thanks to a totally impressive seven birdies for a six under par 64. He finished four strokes ahead of the next competitor.
Karen Rainey of Daniels took another win in the Women’s Division with a three over par 73, scoring the only eagle of the day on the par five third hole.
Josh Howell of Charlton Heights won the Men’s Gross Division, posting a three under par 67. Jeff Rollyson of Barboursville took the Men’s Net Division with a two over par 72.
Birdies were out in force today, following Jude’s impressive seven. Ian Patrick of Huntington posted five birdies, with four birdies each scored by Trenton Roush of Point Pleasant, Sterling Shields of Mason and Jared Taylor of Bluefield.
The FLIGHT by Yuengling Amateur Series is open to anyone, male or female, of any skill level. Awards are given in several flights based on net and gross scores.
The FLIGHT by Yuengling Amateur Series closes 2022 action Thursday, Oct. 6. at Lakeview Resort. For more information please visit wvga.org.
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