The Bright Realty Texas State Open Pro-Am was held today at The Lakes at Castle Hills in Lewisville. The Pro-Am consisted of 28 teams competing in a low gross plus low net ball format with a separate professional division. The team of Ray Richmond of Spring, Texas and three amateurs, Larry Boatner, Logan Boatner and Scotty Bryant took home first place and each amateur received a Nike VR-S driver with UST Mamiya PROFORCE VTS 65 shaft.
Brian Norman of The Colony, Texas, Stuart Deane of Arlington, Texas, Hudson Johnson of Longview, Texas and Will Osborne of Fort Worth, Texas all tied for 1st place in the professional division with rounds of even par, 72.
The Bright Realty Texas State Open Pro-Am precedes the 42nd Bright Realty Texas State Open, to be contested on Thursday, August 2 through Sunday, August 5 at The Lakes at Castle Hills. The Championship will be a 72-hole stroke play event consisting of 144 professionals and amateurs playing for a projected purse of $125,000. The field will play 36 holes before being cut to the low 50 scores and ties. The 42nd Bright Realty Texas State Open is presented by UST Mamiya.
For further information about the 42nd Bright Realty Texas State Open, please contact the Northern Texas PGA at (214) 420-7421 or visit the NTPGA website at www.ntpga.com.
Please find the final Pro-Am and Professional division results below:
Amateurs from the top three finishing teams received prize packages compliments of UST Mamiya. Amateurs on the 4th 9th place finishing teams all received gift certificates from The Lakes at Castle Hills. Prize amounts listed are per-amateur. All ties were broken by a score card playoff.
All ties in the professional division were equally shared.
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