April 25, 2004

Orlando Duo Wins Inaugural Junior-Senior Championship

The team of Cap Caponi and David Lindquist win the first ever Junior-Senior Championship at Riverwood Golf Club on April 24-25.

Caponi and Lindquist, of Orlando, were three strokes back from the leaders after their first round score of 68. The team came out in the final round to fire a nine under par 63, the low round of the tournament, to finish with a 131. Their eagle on the 17th hole clinched the team's victory. The team of Terrance Sourbeer, of Princeton, and Ed Trinidad, from Miami, placed second shooting a pair of 66s to finish one back from the Champions with a 132. The father-son team of Andy and Rick Spears, who won the 2003 Parent-Child Championship, won the first flight recording a 71-67-138. Howard Freeman and Thomas Lapcevic, of Gainesville, prevailed in the second flight shooting a 76-71-147.

Forty-six teams of two competed in this inaugural Championship. One partner must be over 55 years of age and the other between 25-54 years old. Competitors played 36 holes of four-ball stroke play over the course of two days and then the field was flighted after 18 holes.  

Riverwood, designed by Gene Bates, is a par 72 championship golf course that is a Golf Digest 4 1/2 star Southwest Florida Golf Course. The Championship layout features a natural setting of tall pines trees, lakes, marsh and majestic riverfront offering a challenge on every hole.


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