Lancaster Team Wins Mixed Team Championship
On the first day of four-ball stroke play, the Lancaster team, of Orlando, shot a 71 to lead the fifty teams. The final day consisted of 18 holes of modified alternate shot and the Lancaster’s recorded a 69 to finish the tournament with a score of 140. Ashley Shinn and David Dilibero, of Gainesville, shot a 73-69—142 to finish two strokes back from the leaders. In the second flight, Chris and Julie Taylor, of Winter Park, won the flight after shooting a 74-75—149. The third flight featured Donna and Richard Blomstrom, of Melbourne, winning after they shot a 77-76—153. In the fourth flight, Susan Fischer and Ron Gay, of Port Charlotte, shot a 78-84—162 to place first in the flight and Dana and Stephen Turker, of Dunedin, shot a 83-86—169 to win the fifth flight. The teams were flighted based on the combined team handicap index.
Last year, also at the Mission Inn Resort, Mary Kozak Lancaster and Ryal Lancaster won the title shooting three more than this year, 143.
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