Jeff Rollyson of Barboursville, Susan Glasby of Chesapeake win divisions
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CHARLESTON, W.Va. — The West Virginia Golf Association (WVGA) West Virginia Amateur Series, presented by PSIMED, saw Chase Wolfe of Charleston take the Championship Division at Riverside Golf Club in Mason with a one over par 71. Other highlights in the Championship Division included four birdies each for Wolfe, Chris Carter of Tornado and Mason Weese of Charleston.
Jeff Rollyson of Barboursville captured the Men’s Gross Division with a three over par 73 thanks, in part, to a hole-in-one on the 14th hole. Gary Roush of Mason took the Men’s Net Division with a two under par 68. Other highlights in the men’s division included three birdies for Roush, two birdies for Rick Adkins of Flatwoods and a birdie and an eagle for Rollyson.
Susan Glasby of Chesapeake, Ohio, led the Women’s Gross Division with an even par 70, while Diana Watkins of Elizabeth took the Women’s Net Division with a two over par 72.
“We like hosting WVGA events and appreciate PSIMed’s partnership. These are good for our golf club and the players,” said Riverside’s Head Golf Professional Ty Roush. “The greens are as good as I’ve ever seen them and the Bermuda grass fairways are coming into their own.”
“Our players did well today and had some great weather to do it,” said WVGA Tournament Manager Lucas Ware. “Thanks to Ty Roush and his staff at Riverside Golf Club for always being great hosts.”
The West Virginia Amateur Series, presented by PSIMED, is open to anyone, male or female, of any skill level. Awards are given in several flights based on gross and net scores.
Click here for today’s leaderboard: WV Amateur Series @ Riverside Golf Club. The WV Amateur Series is back in action Wednesday, June 7, at Stonewall Resort.
For more information, please visit wvga.org.
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