The Coastal Players Tour is excited to announce the creation of 2 Friday Pro-Ams in 2019 that will take place the day before our normal tournament at the same course. On June 28 we will have the Central Carolina Pro-Am at Keith Hills, which will be followed by the Central Carolina Open on June 29-30.
Jackson Spires fired a second round 69 in cool, blustery conditions to claim his second victory of the year in the 2018 Tour Championship @ NC State University’s Lonnie Poole Golf Course. Spires’ 2 day total of 138 (-6) edged David Kocher (-5) , who’s 68 was the low Sunday round, by a single shot.
Taylor Dickson shot a final round 65 to win the Greater Triad Open @ Forest Oaks Country Club with a 2 day total of 134 (-10). Zach Edmondson and Nathan Stamey finished 2 shots back at -8. The Tour will take next weekend off before returning for the Battle by the Sound @ Scotch Hall
Zach Edmondson followed a blistering first round 60 with a second round 68 to claim first place at River Landing. Edmondson (-13) won by 2 shots over Thomas Bass (-11) who also shot 68 on Sunday. In the Amateur Division, Sumner Tate (+7) cruised to a 5 shot win over Michael Wicker (+12). On Saturday,
Tim Conover Fires Final Round 64 to Claim First Professional Victory in Sandhills Classic @ Dormie Club
Tim Conover fired a blistering 64 on Sunday for a 2 day total of 135 (-7) to claim a 2 shot victory over Zach Seabolt (-5) who shot the official course record at Dormie Club of 63. Great playing Tim and Zach!!! This was Tim’s first professional victory. In the amateur division, Jay Jay Howard
Jackson Spires used solid rounds of 70-68 (-6) to claim first place in the Professional Division on the West Course at The Pearl on Sunday. The leaderboard was tightly bunched as Spires clipped Bennett Wisner (-5) by one shot and Derek Watson (-4) by 2. In the Am division, Jay Jay Howard made it 2
Kane Whitehurst stole the show on Sunday at Leopard’s Chase firing a final round 67 to claim a 2 shot victory over Zach Seabolt. Overnight leader Cory Martin bounced back from a tough opening nine to shoot 72 and finish in a tie for third. In the am division, Jay Howard closed with 73 to
Ryan Rettberg Claims First Professional Victory and $4,000 1st Place Prize at Tobacco Leaf Classic @ Wilson CC
Congratulations to Ryan Rettberg on claiming the $4,000 first place prize at Wilson Country Club on Sunday. Ryan fired rounds of 67-70 (-7) to hold off Thomas Bass and local favorite Daniel Claytor by 1 shot. In the Am division, Sumner Tate fired the round of the tournament (pro or am) on
In his first start as a professional, David Kocher fired rounds of 69-68 (-7) to come from behind and claim a 3 shot victory on Sunday at Keith Hills. Kocher outlasted a very solid field that included 47 professionals and 6 amateurs. Stephen Pippin (80-73) also came from behind to win the amateur division and
Zach Seabolt claimed his first professional victory on Sunday, surviving a 4 hole sudden death playoff against Grant Houser. The pair tied at 142 (-2), 1 shot ahead of Daniel Claytor and Christian Sease. The field battled very difficult conditions on Saturday as rain fell the entire day. Seabolt fired a very respectable 70 in